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1 The Club at Wells Point 2003 ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION MEETING

2 The Club at Wells Point Homeowners Association Board of Directors Suzan Smith, President Norm Williamson, Vice President Julie Bynum, Secretary Scott Boyd, Treasurer Mario Ibañez, Director

3 The Club at Wells Point Roll Call Certifying of Proxies Proof of Notice of Meeting Review and Approval of the November 12, 2002 Annual Meeting Minutes Homeowners Association

4 The Club at Wells Point Election Board of Directors – three seats for election Two Year Term Four Candidates : Julie Bynum Tim Chandler Kristina Swenson Kirk Zippe Homeowners Association

5 The Club at Wells Point Financial Review November Review 2004 Review Reserve Account Review

6 The Club at Wells Point 2003 Projection Compared to 2003 Budget

7 The Club at Wells Point 2003 Projection Compared to 2003 Budget

8 The Club at Wells Point 2003 Projection Compared to 2003 Budget

9 The Club at Wells Point 2004 Budget Compared to 2003 Projection

10 The Club at Wells Point Budget 2004 versus 2003 Projection

11 The Club at Wells Point Total Budget – 2004

12 The Club at Wells Point Grounds & Landscaping

13 The Club at Wells Point Grounds & Landscaping Budget 2004 versus 2003 Projection

14 The Club at Wells Point Pool & Amenity Center

15 The Club at Wells Point Pool & Amenity Center Budget 2004 versus 2003 Projection

16 The Club at Wells Point Reserves Account Balances

17 The Club at Wells Point Reserves 2003 Activity

18 The Club at Wells Point Reserves 2004 Activity

19 The Club at Wells Point Committees Recreation Committee Amenity Center & Grounds Pool Grounds Architectural Committee Publicity / Web Site / Newsletter Committee Security/Community Relations Committees Security Community Relations

20 The Club at Wells Point Recreation Committee Work with the Publicity Committee to publicize events and activities Plan neighborhood parties and other Association events Help organize neighborhood social activities Collect votes for and award "Yard of the Month"

21 The Club at Wells Point Recreation Committee Recreation Activities 2004 Annual Garage Sale Spring Event Yard of the Month Annual Neighborhood Party 4th of July Parade National Night Out Halloween Party Holiday Lights Contest Annual Neighborhood Party

22 The Club at Wells Point Amenity Center & Grounds Pool Committee: Make recommendations to the Board regarding operation of Community Recreation Center & Pool Swimming (including rules and hours of operation), maintenance issues Schedule pool parties Plan and organize annual neighborhood party

23 The Club at Wells Point Pool Season – April 1 to Sept 30 We Need Volunteers/Committee Members Workout Room Surveillance Pool Surveillance Light Maintenance/Clean-up Children Must Be Supervised Pool & Amenity Center

24 The Club at Wells Point Grounds Committee: Make recommendations to the Board regarding maintenance of and improvements to the neighborhood common areas Coordinate with landscaper for ongoing maintenance of the common areas Oversee upkeep and improvements to playscape, tennis courts, play field Oversee upkeep and improvements or installation of signs within the neighborhood Amenity Center & Grounds

25 The Club at Wells Point New irrigation and landscaping for Olympic Completed. Landscaping & Grounds

26 The Club at Wells Point Five trees were planted on park area near water tower. Landscaping & Grounds

27 The Club at Wells Point Basketball goal was installed on tennis court. Landscaping & Grounds

28 The Club at Wells Point Costs reduced by not planting rye grass and moving to perennial plantings at pool and entrances Discussions of welcome signs at all entrances Volunteers needed for clean-up or planting days Landscaping & Grounds

29 The Club at Wells Point Consists of 3 volunteer residents of the neighborhood as defined by the DCCRs Assists residents in complying with deed restrictions Reviews and approves all plans and specifications for improvements Architectural Committee

30 The Club at Wells Point AC Improvement Application process Submit an Architectural Committee Improvement Application (AC Application) Wait for approval from the AC Begin your project after you receive AC approval Architectural Committee

31 The Club at Wells Point Examples of improvements that require AC approval Room additions Changing exterior paint color Storage sheds Patio covers Deck/patio Permanent brick flowerbed retaining walls Permanent basketball goals Flag pole (freestanding) – one per lot Ponds/pools Fence Sidewalks Playscape Lampost – one per front yard Fountain – one per front yard Sprinkler system Trashcan screening Any type of permanent construction requires an AC approval. Architectural Committee

32 The Club at Wells Point Architectural Committee Room additions Storage sheds Patio covers Decks/patios Roofing Siding or brick veneer Sidewalks & other concrete work Sprinkler systems Swimming pools Spas City Building Permits are required for:

33 The Club at Wells Point City Building Permits - continued Architectural Committee City permit sign must be visibly posted on your property during construction. If not, city building department will be contacted to ensure whether or not your home improvement requires a permit. City building inspectors ensure that the project you are building is safe and compliant with proper zoning and building codes. Inspections protect you, your neighbors, and the people who may live in your house after you. Obtaining a permit from the city does not constitute approval from the AC. You must first receive AC approval before beginning any project.

34 The Club at Wells Point Common Deed Restriction Violations Not submitting AC Applications for projects Not maintaining lawn & flowerbeds Leaving trashcans & recycling bins out in view Too many cars parked in driveways and along the curb Architectural Committee

35 The Club at Wells Point VIOLATION Boats 22 Pool 79 Portable BB Goals 310 Trash Can/Debris 5727 Unsightly Articles 2729 Vehicles 63 Yard Maintenance Total DCCR Violations Architectural Committee

36 The Club at Wells Point Architectural Committee Trashcan Screen

37 The Club at Wells Point Publicity and Web Site Committee Work with the other committees to publicize HOA events and news Prepare Neighborhood Newsletter Maintain The Club at Wells Point Website Inform members of all activities and functions of the Association Advertise services provided by members, etc., and publish information concerning new social groups in the neighborhood

38 The Club at Wells Point Security and Community Relations Community Relations Committee Coordinate with city activities including proposed zoning changes, land annexations, etc. Attend meetings of the Pflugerville Council of Neighborhood Associations (PFCONA)

39 The Club at Wells Point This committee is currently in need of a chairperson who can help coordinate the efforts of the committee with the Police and get our neighborhood certified as a Crime Watch Neighborhood. As always, we need as many eyes out there as possible. Do you jog or walk in the morning, late at night or during the day? Do you come home for lunch, work from your home or work in the area? If so, you can be part of our security by simply watching for any suspicious activity and calling the Police to check it out. Security Committee

40 The Club at Wells Point Community Relations Security Committee Make recommendations to the Board regarding Security of the neighborhood Coordinate the Neighborhood Watch program Coordinate with the Citys Citizens on Patrol (COPs) program We continue to work with the city and developers in providing our input as to the type of business development south of our neighborhood.


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