submitted by Janice Ellis
When your mail box is damaged you should contact Cambridge as soon as possible:
Helen Ferrer – 239.249.7000
If possible please advise Helen of the vehicle plate number or name of the person who caused the damage. Cambridge will send them the bill.
A repair person will be sent to your address and generally, the mailbox can be fixed within one business day. Occasionally, the mailbox has to be taken back to the shop. In those situations, the repair may take a few days.
PLEASE NOTE: The Post Office will not deliver mail to a box on the ground. Until the mailbox is fixed, place it or a container on some milk crates, a step ladder, or something similar. We understand, even just a shoe box marked mail will work, as long as it’s elevated.
Anyone having suggestions on how to keep mailboxes from being damaged, please add a comment.
November 8, 2019
Under the guidance of the Masters ARC, two working groups, Aesthetics and Operations, are tackling this important community project.
The Operations working group has updates for three aspects:
Roof Cleaning – Roofs are regularly cleaned with algaecide to kill and prevent the growth of algae, mold and mildew on the decorative cement roof tiles. The Operations team talked to various firms and looked at the chemical compounds that they use.
At our next committee meeting we will look at our options and make recommendations to the Board for consideration at the December 11 meeting.
Repainting – We have been in discussions with the Sherwin Williams paint expert regarding the need to repaint in 2020. Sherwin Williams has provided some valuable input.
We will discuss this and other considerations at our Paint Committee meeting and make recommendations for Board consideration at the December 11 meeting.
In the meantime, we are busy identifying maintenance concerns that owners need to attend to prior to painting. Beginning Monday, our Operations working group will be walking around the community to assess requirements.
Quality of paint – In 2012, we selected Sherwin Williams paint, with a 7-year warranty and typically repainted in eight to nine years. Now up for consideration is a more superior Sherwin Williams paint with a 12-year warranty and typically repainted in 12 to 15 years.
Basically, homes painted in 2020 could be repainted 2035. A cost benefit analysis will be done to determine the best option.
The Aesthetics working group has been busy considering:
Color options – We have visited other communities, reviewed the Gleneagles colors, and looked at our current color schemes. Our thoughts are to recommend 10 color schemes. Allowing for reversal between base and trim, there would be 20 member choices.
New light fixtures – Gleneagles did a great job in changing up many of their fixtures to more modern styles. We will also be looking at providing options.
Dikran Ohannessian, Masters ARC Committee
THE MASTERS AT PELICAN SOUND
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
DATE: November 8, 2019
TIME: 3:00 P.M.
PLACE: RIVER ROOM, PELICAN SOUND GOLF AND RIVER CLUB, ESTERO, FL 33928
1 – CALL TO ORDER B. Ellis
2 – DETERMINATION of QUORUM B. Ellis
3 – PROOF OF NOTICE D. Jancin
4 – APRROVAL OF MINUTES – APRIL 16, 2019 &
Amendment to MARCH 26, 2019 minutes D. Jancin
5 – OFFICERS REPORT
President B. Ellis
V.P J. Swanger
Secretary D. Jancin
Treasurer P. Venosa
6 – Committee Reports
Website Committee J. Roberts
ARC Committee D. Ohannessian
Paint Committee D. Ohannessian
7 – PROPERTY MANAGEMENT H. Keel
8 – OLD BUSINESS
Resident Complaint B. Ellis
9 – New BUSINESS
GOVERNANCE D. Ohannessian / D. Jancin
STRUCTURE OF ASSESSMENTS D. Ohannessian
LANDSCAPE POLICY UPDATE etc. D. Jancin
INSURANCE RENEWALS H. Keel
MAIL BOX REPLACEMENT B. Ellis
Board Contingency Reserve J. Swanger/ D. Jancin
Masters 2020 Budget (four issues) P. Venosa
10 – Resident Open Forum B. Ellis
11 – Next Meeting – DECEMBER 11, 2019 9:00 A.M. B. Ellis
12 – MEETING Adjournment B. Ellis
At the new Pelican Sound Clubhouse.
Sunday Evening, December 8, 2019
5:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Dress: Holiday casual
The planning committee is working on details with our PSG&RC Staff . Because of the delayed clubhouse opening our final planning is still progressing.
We need to have the number of attendees to advise the club.
Check your email for a link to the reply form or:
CLICK HERE for the signup form.
There will be more information as plans are finalized.
We appreciate your cooperation and any welcome any comments for improving our community events.
Mary Grace Gallagher
THE MASTERS AT PELICAN SOUND NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION, INC.
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR
BOARD OF DIRECTORS WORKSHOP MEETING
DATE: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
TIME: 9:00 AM
PLACE: Lakes Room, River Club, at Pelican Sound Golf and River Club, Estero, FL 33928
1. Call to Order
2. Proof of Notice
3. Budget Workshop
4. Next BOD Meeting Date: November 8, 2019
Please Note: This is a Workshop session only. No formal decisions or reports by officers or committees.
Editor’s note: The Welcome Back Dinner is $15 per attendee. Please bring a check payable to Don Jancin, or if paying by cash have it in an envelope with your name on the outside.
Masters Residents, Renters & Guests
We are looking forward to seeing you at the “Welcome Back Party” outdoors at the PSG&RC Racquet Club lanai this Thursday, November 7, 2019, 3:30 pm until 7:30 pm.
There will be a ‘golfing scramble event’ earlier, followed by a challenging golf putting contest at the putting green.
After, there will be social time, Happy Hour, and dinner at the Racquet Club lanai. This is intended to be a casual gathering, houseguests and renters are welcome and encouraged to join in.
We will have two new neighbors also attending. Everyone as always, Please wear your name badges
1:00 pm Golf Scramble event
2:45 pm Golf Putting Event – Putting green
3:30 pm Move to Racquet Club Lanai – social time
4:50 pm Eric Long and Travis Childers
5:15 pm Dinner will start
6:15 pm Event Prizes
GOLF SCRAMBLE EVENT:
The golf outing (scramble format) will start at 1 pm on the Lakes Course. Golfers are asked to be ready at 12:45 pm at the range.
Event instructions will be on each cart. Holes two and six will have a closest to the pin, reminder to record all shots on the green!
Make sure you have plenty of water with you when leaving to play.
GOLF PUTTING EVENT:
The golf putting event will start at 2:45 pm for non-golfers and golfers as they finish their scramble event. Players should bring their putter and a golf ball.
If you don’t have them, we will supply them. This year’s event will be more challenging – any two players can be a team – You must alternate shots through all 6 holes.
We will have different size holes at different holes to test skills, and have a number of prizes for winners
The club will not have a portable drink cart at the Golf putting range; We will have bottle water available .
RACQUET CLUB LANAI:
We expect to proceed to the Racquet club at 3:30. The bar will be open.
The initial hour is social time. Prior to dinner, Eric Long and Travis Childers will give latest updates on Club Project and services. Dinner will follow and then we have many prizes for events or just attending.
The cost for our Welcome Back will be $15 per attendee. There will be a table for paying and make sure your name is crossed off.
Payment can be by check to Don Jancin or if cash, please put in an envelope with your names on it.
We will have Famous Dave’s catering our event. It will include roasted chicken, pulled pork ( naked ), rolls if you prefer sandwich, cornbread, coleslaw, and baked beans, along with dessert chosen by the committee. Sauces for pulled pork will be on side for you to chose and add.
GOLF TEE SCHEDULE:
|MASTERS GOLF – Shot Gun Start 1:00 P.M. 11 07 2019|
|Mert & Pat Becker||1A|
|Brian & Cynthia Cecca||1A|
|Arnold & Christine Mantilia||1B|
|Norm & Ann Zeig||1B|
|Ben & Carmelita Albano||2A|
|Ed & Emma Mayuga||2A|
|Dennis & Joann Olson||3A|
|Michael & Pris Thibodo||3A|
|Scott & Mary Grace Gallagher||3B|
|Ric & Jan Ellis||3B|
|Erich Knehans & Cheryl Nabolz||4A|
|Tim & Mary Anne Bartholomew ( guests)||4A|
|Roger & Linda Farmer||4B|
|Jim & Lynn Van Auken||4B|
|Tim & Celeste Eaton||5A|
|Henry & Jill Geise||5A|
|John & Marty Fenton||5B|
|Jerry & Mary Ellen Vasile||5B|
|Ken & Nancy Freeman||6B|
|Jim & Kathy Leonard||6B|
|Bill & Sharon Ellis||7A|
|Allan & Pam Scott||7A|
|George Cheatham & Jean Dugan||7B|
|Roger & Carol Roberts||7B|
|Larry Hannah & Michele Towey||8B|
|James & Alma McClure||8B|
|Richard & Diane Calcasola||9A|
|Phil & Suzanne Campbell||9A|
|Kurt & JoAnne Blumenthal||9B|
|Bruce & Monika Clark||9B|
Don Jancin ( Co-Chair)
Cynthia Cecca ( Co-Chair)
The new Pelican Sound Club House is rapidly progressing to completion but not in time for our Welcome Back Party originally planned for Sunday, November 3, 2019.
The revised date is Thursday, November 7, 2019, with golf at 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. for all other attendees.
Please Note: Dinner will be at the Racquet Club Patio.
Golfers, please think about who you want to play with before sign-up is available. Naturally, the committee assigns any players that don’t have a preference.
The committee is currently in planning stages given the changes received from club management. A formal sign up will be available in 7 – 10 days.
We look forward to seeing everyone.
Don Jancin, Cynthia Cecca, Roger Roberts, Phil Sherman, Terry Mountford, Carol Roberts, Dikran Ohannessian, June Roberts.
Please note, the following document has not been approved by the Masters Board of Directors (BOD).
The Masters at Pelican Sound
Homeowners Association, Inc.
Minutes of Annual Meeting of Members
March 20, 2019 Pelican Sound Fitness Center – River Room
The meeting was called to order at 10:08 A.M. by Board President Marcy Holtz
A Quorum of Members was established by Steve Hart from Collier Financial with 73 Homeowners represented in person or by proxy.
Proof of Notice – Notices were mailed per statute.
Board members Present: Marcy Holtz, Pam Venosa, Nancy Freeman, Bill Ellis, Jim Swanger
Also present: Heather Keel, Cambridge Property Management; Steve Hart, Collier Financial; and Richard DeBoest, attorney
Reading or Waiver of 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes – A motion was made and seconded to waive the reading of the 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes. Motion passed by voice vote of the membership; the minutes were approved.
There were no nominations from the floor.
The Masters attorney, Richard DeBoest was asked to attend the meeting and presented information concerning the changes and/or rewording of the Declarations and By-Laws. He also responded to questions from the residents.
Presidents Report- Marcy Holtz thanked the ad hoc document review committee for their dedicated work to make the amended and restated documents available for this meeting. She also mentioned the importance of resident’s checking their mailing address with Collier Financial (our corporate office) if they are going to be in residence for many months as the document package containing the ballot and proxy forms were mailed to out-of-town addresses
Treasurers Report- Bill Ellis reported that the association is on sound footing and nothing stands out as being out of line. Painting reserve will get another year to accrue.
ARC Landscape Report –Jim Swanger reported that typical things have been approved. 1 new roof approved. 2 fruit trees approved for removal.
Property Management Report – Heather Keen explained rollover and waiver of CPA.
She announced the following: Rollover 2019 Association funds: 73 in favor; 0 opposed
Waive CPA compilation of 2019 financial report: 67 in favor, 5 opposed, 1 abstention
Approve Seconded Amended and Restated Declarations and Bylaws: 63 in favor, 10 opposed.
Announcement of Board of Directors –Four owners ran for two positions available on the Board, they were: Russell Frith, Marcy Holtz, Don Jancin, Dikran Ohannessian. The two owners with the most votes were elected to the board. The 2019 Board of Directors is:
Bill Ellis, Don Jancin, Dikran Ohannessian, Jim Swanger, Pam Venosa
There being no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 11:20 A.M.
Respectfully Submitted by,
Nancy Freeman, Secretary