02 – Minutes March 28, 2012

Tanglewood Homeowner Association of Sebring, Inc.
Sebring, FL 33872

Board of Directors Meeting Minutes for March 28, 2012

Present from the Board of Directors:
Don Toth Bob Cartwright Don Pisani Gladys Nealon
Merritt Wiley Jack Nelson Bill Evans George Weyrauch
Not Present: Jim Child, Garland Wampler
Meeting was called to order by Don Toth at 10:00 A.M. in the Tanglewood rec hall bingo area. Don Toth led the Pledge of Allegiances to the flag. Estimated number in attendance 300 residents.
Don Toth read the Presidents report including some of his personal history. Motion to accept by George Weyrauch and seconded by Bill Evans.
Due to his absence, Jack Nelson read Vice President Jim Child’s report. Accepted by Merritt Wiley and seconded by George Weyrauch.
Bob Cartwright gave the treasurers report including some of his personal history. Accepted by George Weyrauch and seconded by Bill Evans.
Merritt Wiley gave the secretaries report including some of his personal history. Accepted by Jack Nelson and seconded by Bill Evans.
Vice Treasurer Jack Nelson gave a report on some of his personal history.
Gladys Nealon gave a report on her personal history.
George Weyrauch reported on the FMO and on some of his personal history.
Don Pisani gave a report on the starting of our HOA and some of his personal history.
Bill Evans gave a report about the growth of Tanglewood from 1999 and some of his personal history.
Old business – Don Toth read a description of the Statutory Committee from our By-Laws and tabled further discussion until our next Board of Directors meeting.
New business – Don Toth discussed the forming of resident supported committees for – property rents, re-sales and marketing, security, illegal rentals, amenities and condition of the park, outside vendors, elections, resident concerns and acquisition.
Jack Nelson and Bill Evans discussed rent increases and new leases for the Outback area.
Don Toth closed the Directors meeting and opened the meeting for discussions from the floor. The following issues were received from the floor and discussed with the BOD – DIRECTV, our rents used to support other parks owned by Hometown America, maintaining a good relationship with park management, security and neighborhood watch, not being able to use the rec hall kitchen, condition of the park, handy cap access to the pool using a lift, felons living in the park, what can be done about speeding and HOA mission statement.
On a motion by Don Toth, the meeting was adjourned at 11:40 A.M. and seconded by Bill Evans.

Merritt Wiley – as its Secretary