2014-02-12 Minutes

Post date: Jul 7, 2014 5:44:48 PM

Board Member in Attendance: Mary Ann Cox, Ron Smith, James Zenyuh, Doc King, Brent Anderson

Others in Attendance: Dan Bluntzer, Liz King, Becky Anderson

Board Members Absent: Tom Dill, Angela Merino

Brent Anderson will contact the cell tower company and ask them to attend the March Board meeting.

Mary Ann Cox presented a motion to spend $1000 in furniture purchases and repairs which was seconded by Ron Smith and with no opposition. Ron will reach out to the furniture company to purchase 16 green resin chairs and rest rap two lounges.

Mary Ann Cox is developing a survey to be sent to the current membership to help generate ideas and drive priorities for the upcoming season.

The Board brainstormed the following mid and long term projects:

The Board discussed March PVNC newsletter submissions to include:

  • Spring Clean-Up Weekends on April 26-27 and April 5-6

  • Ask for items for the PVNC yard sale

  • Repeat membership rates and discount announcement

James Zenyuh provided a membership update. Several questions have come through about membership elgibility for family vs single memberships and comments about high costs for some membership categories. Marketing campaigns were discussed and will include brochures distributed to Gate Post and East Gate neighborhoods based on costs, using the lawn signs within Pleasant Valley, business cards at Cub Run and potentially Craigs List.

The status of the Fairfax County grant was discussed. Mary Ann will follow-up with a status report. Ron Smith will look at the stands to determine which ones need to be replaced and recycling an old refrigerator.

Operations report - Nothing to report other than pool levels are still being lowered.

Brent Andserson presented a motion to move our Qucikbooks online for 3 users at the cost of $250 per year. The motion was seconded by James and carried unanimously.

Brent Anderson made a motion to allow the swim team to pay $500 annually in order to use the pool’s tax ID. The motion was seconded by James and carried unanimously.