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12 GENERALS


editorial@robson.com — September 2012


Workshop for potential Board of Director candidates


There will be two openings on the


IronOaks Board of Directors next year. The election to fi ll those two positions will be held in November. The Board is designated under state law to serve as the legislative body of the IronOaks community. Serving on the board is extremely important to the culture and standards that help maintain the value of this area. To assist homeowners who may be


interested in being a candidate for these vital positions, the IronOaks Elections Committee is sponsoring a workshop that will provide information on what a person serving on the board can expect. Several current and past members of the board will be present to provide their view of what service on the board can be like and to answer questions that attendees might have. The workshop will be held from 3:00-


5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 12, in the Bradford Room of Oakwood Country Club. The nominating period for candidates opens Tuesday, September 4, and closes at the close of business on Friday, October 19. Nomination forms and information regarding candidacy and campaigning will be available at the workshop. Many homeowners have considered


the possibility of running for the Board of Directors in the past but were hesitant because they weren’t sure what might be required in the position. Here is the opportunity to fi nd out the details so that an informed decision can be made. The board needs members with the knowledge and experience


that so many of the


homeowners in IronOaks possess. You are encouraged to come to the workshop and fi nd out what being a board member can be like. 


September Upcoming events ALL SUN LAKERS AND GUESTS ARE


WELCOME! For questions pertaining to any of the


following events or to purchase tickets contact the Oakwood Clubhouse at 480- 895-7275. To view fl yers for each event go to: www.


ironoakshoa.org and click on Activities. Sept.3. Labor Day Doo Wop Dinner


and Dancing with “Time and Time Again” in the Oakwood Ballroom. Tickets are $22.00 per person with 5:30 p.m.


IronOaks Board news


David Peters Ms. Linda Shanahan, a homeowner, led


the Pledge of Allegiance. CALL TO ORDER: President Charlene


Petragallo called the meeting to order at 9:00 AM. The meeting was held in the Oakwood Clubhouse Ballroom. Board members present included Ms. Petragallo, Wayne Karp, Vice President, Dave Wigton, Treasurer,


Joe D’Amore, Secretary, and


Members at Large Dave Peters, Charlie Bunce and Bob Deken. Randy Ankeny, General Manager, and


Trisha Brooks, Controller, also attended the meeting.


A quorum was present. COMMITTEE REPORTS: RULES & REGULATIONS – Mr. Dave


Heffernan, Chair, presented the Rules changes that are on the agenda for approval today and outlined some of the topics under discussion by the Committee. TREASURER’S REPORT: Mr. Wigton


arrival, 6:00 p.m. dinner and show time. Buffet menu is available on fl yers at the clubhouse. Sept. 5. Wine Tasting in the Poolside Bar


from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Enjoy a sample pour of up to three wines for $12. We will be offering a choice of six hand-selected wines for your


tasting pleasure together with a


sampling of select cheeses and crackers. Limited space so please pre-purchase your ticket for this event.


— EVENTS cont. on page 58


discussed the April Balance Sheet, Cash Analysis and Working Capital. His report is included with these minutes. OLD BUSINESS - None NEW BUSINESS REPLACEMENT OF TABLE TOPS – Ms.


Petragallo read a resolution to purchase eight replacement table tops for the Greenbriar Room and 17 replacement table tops for the Bradford Room. The resolution passed unanimously. Funding of $6,954.72 will come from reserves. REPLACEMENT OF FITNESS STRENGTH


EQUIPMENT – Mr. Wigton read a resolution to purchase three pieces of equipment for the Fitness Center. This equipment was recommended by the Fitness Committee,


Fitness Director and General Manager. The Board unanimously approved the purchase at a cost of $11,098.02 from reserves. REPLACEMENT OF OAKWOOD BAR


REACH-IN COOLER – Mr. Karp read a resolution to approve the purchase of a replacement reach-in cooler for the Oakwood bar area. The resolution passed unanimously. The cost of $3,643.31 will come from the reserves. RFID PURCHASE – Mr. Deken read a


resolution to approve the purchase of 500 windshield gate entry devices at a cost of $5,375. The resolution passed unanimously. Funding is through 2012 operations. IRONWOOD GOLF PUMP REPAIR –


Ms. Petragallo read a resolution to approve the repair/rebuilding of one of the 75 HP vertical turbine pumps located on the Ironwood golf course The resolution passed unanimously. Funding of $10,395.59 will come from 2012 operations. TENNIS SUMMER FEES – Mr. Deken


read a resolution to approve summer tennis fees, as recommended by the Racquet Committee and Racquet Management. The fees were unanimously approved. The fees: $75 for IronOaks homeowners; $150 for SLHOA 1 & 2 and SunBird; and $230 for non-Sun Lakes residents will be in effect from June 1 to September 30, 2012. PICKLEBALL COURTS RESURFACING –


Mr. Deken read a resolution to approve the replacement of the pickleball court surface. The motion passed unanimously. Funding of $43,390 will come from reserves. TEMPORARY PICKLEBALL


COURT


– Mr. Deken made a motion to approve temporary use of one tennis court for


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