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2 JESSICA SEDGWICK Association Manager FirstResidential

3  Call to Order & Acknowledgement of Quorum  Introduction of Current HOA Board Members  Introduction of FirstService Residential Representatives  Voting Process o Nominations from the Floor o Presentation of Candidates o Cast Your Ballot  State of the HOA Association o Committee Reports o HOA Improvements o Development Update o Traffic Update o Financial Review  Announcement of 2015 Election Results

4  Ginnie BucekPresident  Paul BlevinsVice-President  Scott SmithTreasurer  Erika UggenSecretary  Chris Hamilton Director at Large

5 Jessica Sedgwick Association Manager

6 Chris Hamilton Erika Uggen

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9 CHRIS HAMILTON 1415 Parkside Drive

10 ERIKA UGGEN 4313 Old Grove Drive

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12  State of the HOA Association o Committee Reports o HOA Improvements o Development Update o Traffic Update o Financial Review  Announcement of 2015 Board Election Results

13 Ginnie Bucek HOA President

14 Volunteers Needed

15 COMMITTEE INTEREST FORM LOWE’S FARM HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Committee Interest Form Name: ___________________________________________________________________ Street Address: ____________________________________________________________ Telephone Number(s): _______________________home _______________________cell Address: ____________________________________________________________ Please Check Which Committee(s) You Would Like to Help: _____ Communications Committee (manages & posts community information on HOA website and Facebook page; helps with the community newsletter) _____ Social Committee (organizes social and holiday events for the community; provides refreshments at other HOA events; sponsors community garage sale) _____ Pool/Amenity Center Committee (monitors areas to ensure pool and playground are organized, safe, and clean environments for the community) _____ ACC Committee (maintains the community’s integrity through the enforcement of the HOA CC&R’s (deed restrictions); reviews ACC requests) _____ Landscape Committee (coordinates with Landscape Company on HOA common areas; advises Management Company of any landscaping needs) _____ Safety Committee (organizes Neighborhood Watch Program; coordinates block captains; hosts NNO event; informs neighborhood of any safety concerns) Please return to: Lowe’s Farm Homeowners Association, Inc. c/o: FirstService Residential Management Co Keller Parkway, Suite 200 Keller, TX By fax: By

16 CHAIRMAN: ED WOOD (Webmaster)  Manages & Posts Information on LF HOA Website  Post Events…  Documents & Reports…

17  Set up LF Facebook Page (191 homeowners) (Post Events, Lost Pets, Communicate with Neighbors…)

18  E lectronic Newsletters  Signs  Blasts  Event Postcards  Connect

19 CO-CHAIRS (JANE THOMPSON & CHARLETTE FULLER)  Organize Social Events  2 Pool Parties (opening/closing of season)  Dive-In Movies

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21 Spring 2015 Garage Sale on April 18 th

22 Albertex Photography Classic Goodness Bakery Oliver’s DECEMBER 7 th Gift Bag

23 CHAIRMAN (vacant)  Monitors Pool, Amenity Center & Playground Area  Safe, Clean Environment  Blue Waters & Site (maintenance)

24 Enhances Pool Safety and Enjoyment Scott Christensen 2015 Ambassador

25 OPENS SATURDAY, MAY 16 th  POOL PARTY on JUNE 6 TH (Pizza & Dive-In Movie) CLOSES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 th

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27 CHAIRMAN – Scott Smith  Maintains CC&Rs (Deed Restrictions)  ACC Requests

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29 56 ACC Requests were submitted in 2014 Example of the requests: installation of patios, outdoor kitchens, painting, replacement of fences, play sets, pool and spa installation, patio covers, sheds, pavers or walkways, landscaping, solar panels 40 Approved 9 Approved with Conditions 7 Denied

30 502 Violations in 2014 ACC - 16Basketball - 16 Exterior of Home – 8Fence – 92 Inappropriate Behavior – 1Nuisance - 1 For Rent Sign – 1Trash Receptacle – 52 Garage Door – 3Paint – 6 Repairs Misc – 5Roof Repair – 1 Holiday Decorations – 10Vehicles - 10 Landscaping: Borders - 1General Maint - 5 Trees – 25Missing/Dead – 12 Mow/Edge/Trim - 47 Weeds – 179 Trim Shrubs– 11

31 Procedure for Handling CC&R Violations  Authority -provided in the Deed  Enforcement & Fines  Each situation is independent  Escalation  TROPA Process –Violations 1 st Letter –Friendly Notice + 10 days –2 nd Letter -TROPA + 30 days –Demand Letter by Attorney + 30 days –Injunctive Action –Legal Relief

32 Repeat offenders who continue to violate deed restrictions over an extended period of time Fine policy will be implemented AFTER numerous notifications of violation  Notice of infraction and given 10 days to cure it  2 nd Notice of infraction and another 10 days to cure it  Certified Letter with 30 day warning a $50 fine will be assessed to their account on the 31 st date of that letter if violation is not taken care of  Monthly fines if violation is not cured

33 CHAIRMAN: DAN PETERS  Coordinates with Landscape Company On HOA Common Areas

34 Lowe’s Farm Homeowner Yard-Of-The Month Program 1306 Bramble June 2014 Winner YOTM Sign in Yard Sense of Pride $50 Home Depot Gift Card Bragging Rights

35 2014 FLOWERS IN COMMON AREAS

36 Texas Wildflower Garden at Amenity Center (Future Family Photo Area) Re-Seeded Blue Bonnets & Installed Wildflower Signage

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38 West and East Flower Beds Center Median Re-Establishment Beginning April 2015

39 PERENNIALS: Black-eye Susans Cone Flowers Golden Yarrow Salvia (2) Adagio Miscanthus Day & Tiger Lilies Purple Mums Jasmine Grasses SHRUBS: Dwarf Yaupon Holly Drift Roses Nelly R. Stevens Holly Crepe Myrtle ANNUALS ******************** West & East Flower Beds

40 TREES: YAUPON HOLLY CREPE MYRTLE LITTLE GEM MAGNOLIA EAST PALATKA HOLLY NELLY R. STEVENS HOLLY SHRUB MOUNDS: DWARF YAUPONS DRIFT ROSES IN PHASES East Palatka Holly Yaupon Holly Crepe Myrtle

41 CHAIRMAN (vacant)  Organizes Neighborhood Watch Program  Coordinates National Night Out

42 Special Thanks To David Littlefield Robert Wilcox Social Committee

43 POLICE NONEMERGENCY (Public Safety Bldg.)

44 ANIMAL CARE & CONTROL HOURS: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICES & SHELTER: 407 Industrial Blvd., Mansfield, TX EMERGENCY CALL OUT HOURS: 4:30 p.m. – 8:00 a.m. Monday - Friday & all day on weekends TO NOTIFY OF AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL MANSFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT AT

45 DAVID LITTLEFIELD

46  State of the HOA Association o Committee Reports o HOA Improvements o Development Update o Traffic Update o Financial Review  Announcement of 2015 Board Election Results

47  Re-Surfaced Pool Decking  Re-Stained Wood Portions of Buildings  Re-Painted Wrought Iron Fencing

48  REPAIR AMENITY CENTER’S: PARKING LOT BUILDING RE-DECKING  RE-PAINT PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT

49  INSTALL TREE LIGHTING ALONG LOWE’S FARM PKY.  RE-ESTABLISH ENTRANCE FLOWER BEDS (Presented Earlier)  INSTALL DRIP IRRIGATION

50  State of the HOA Association o Committee Reports o HOA Improvements o Development Update o Traffic Update o Financial Review  Announcement of 2015 Board Election Results

51 Paul Blevins Vice-President

52 MANSFIELD ISD – ALL GRADES (Reported December 2014) 2014 % Passing Rates for All Students 84%Reading (State - 76%) 84%Math (State - 78%) 82%Writing (State - 72%) 83%Social Studies (State - 76%) 82%Science (State - 78%) TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY Texas Academic Performance Report 2012 – 2013 District Performance Reported by Peter Ponce MISD Research, Assessment & Accountability Specialist

53 Dr. Michael Evans School Board President Place 3 Karen Marcucci School Board Secretary Place 5 Danny Baas School Board Trustee Place 6 Beth Light School Board Trustee Place 2 Terry Moore School Board Trustee Place 1 Raul Gonzalez School Board Vice-President Place 4 Courtney Wilson School Board Trustee Place Jim Vaszauskas Superintendent

54 Brent Newsom Place David Cook City Mayor 2015 Stephen Lindsey Place 3 Darryl Haynes Place 4 Cory Hoffman Place 5 Wendy Burgess Place 6 Larry Broseh Mayor Pro Tem Place

55 City Council MISD School Board

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57 Chase Bank WhatABurger Taco Casa Starbucks State Farm Chick-fil-A Kroger Avante’ Salon Day Spa Madilyn’s Boutique Mansfield Smile Luxury Nail Spa MooYah

58 Methodist Mansfield Medical Center $118 Million patient tower, 200 jobs Fall 2015

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60 Paul Blevins Vice-President

61 HIGHWAY 360 EXTENSION  Tollway Authority approved financing  Beginning in 2015, finishing in 2018  10 Mile Extension from Sublett Rd. to 287 o 4 lanes from Sublett Rd. to E. Broad St. o 3 lanes from E. Broad St. – U.S. 287  Frontage road improvements  Partnership between N. Tx. Tollway Authority & Tx. Dept. of Transportation

62  State of the HOA Association o Committee Reports o HOA Improvements o Development Update o Traffic Update o Financial Review  Announcement of 2015 Board Election Results

63 Jessica Sedgwick Association Manager

64 2014 Year End Account Balances Operating Cash $77,907 Investment Account $165,483 Reserve Account $126,011

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67 FirstService Residential Emergency # (24 Hour Customer Care Center and Emergency Call Care)

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69 Jessica Sedgwick Association Manager

70 Cookies Donated by Classic Goodness Bakery


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