THOMPSON HIGHLANDS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
Approved Minutes of Board of Directors Meeting
January 17, 2011
Board Members Present: Craig Braun, John Abercrombie, Lori Quiring, Pat Goodell,
Board Members Absent: Dan Heilman
Guests: Karen and Dave Sailor
-The meeting was called to order at about 7 pm by Board President, Craig Braun, at the
home of Pat Goodell.
-The current balance in the account is $15,721 as of 12/31/2010
-This time last year the balance was $16,891 – down about $1100.
This is attributed to the $1000 cost of new entrance and monument landscaping as well
as the $50/per household reductions in dues. .
-Craig will ask Molly Shum for the 7 D’s Landscaping credit card which still has a
balance after the landscaping work that was done earlier in the year.
-The Board agreed that we would split the cost for spraying the trees at the Thompson Rd
entrance with the homeowners at that location – 3876 NW Loy Court. Their “tree guy”
will spray their trees to control infestation and the “tree guy” will also spray the HOA
trees at the entrance. This will be done in summer and in March until the infestation
problem is under control. The cost to the HOA will be about $180 each time.
-There was discussion about the possibility for the HOA to pay for a large trash/debris
bin to be placed in a central location by Washington County for a one-time opportunity to
dispose of large trash items. Lori Quiring will look into this.
-It was suggested that the next newsletter include a request that everyone asks their
landscapers not to blow debris into the street or onto their neighbors’ yards.
-The Board used this meeting as an opportunity to organize the Winter Newsletter, HOA
Dues statements and Roster for mailing to all neighbors.
-There was also discussion of how to handle the issue with the neighborhood dog who
has been behaving in an aggressive and threatening manner to some neighbors. It was
decided that the THHA would send a letter to the owners of the dog before an civil action
Next Meeting to be held in on February 10.
Respectfully submitted by Pat Goodell, Secretary