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not meet in August. The next meeting is


September 5, at 1:00 p.m. in the


Ceramics Room. The committee has no recommendations for the Board or management. Complete minutes of this committee’s meetings are available for viewing at Homeowner Services. Recreation Committee: This committee


did not meet in August. The next meeting is


September 9, at 1:30 p.m. in the


Phoenix Room which is a change of date due to Labor Day. The committee has no recommendations for the Board or management. Complete minutes of this committee’s meetings are available for viewing at Homeowner Services. Safety, Security and Access Committee:


The report was given of the meeting held August 7. The next meeting is September 4, at 10:00 a.m. in the Saguaro Room. The committee has one recommendation for the Board on today’s agenda, to approve the proposed parking lot plan, as submitted by Dick Gothier, for the parking lot west of the San Tan Ballroom, Saguaro Room and Pickleball Court in Cottonwood. The committee has no recommendations for management. Complete minutes of this committee’s meetings are available for viewing at Homeowner Services. Administration Building Task Force: Don


Hicks gave the report on ABTF activities. The request by the ABTF for the 6 foot wall variance was approved by the Board of Adjustment on August 15. We no longer will need a 6 foot wall on the property. After the fi rst review of comments by Maricopa County on the updated plans, they are ready for the second and fi nal submittal. The plan of development will be submitted this week. The building department submittal will follow and that will be held up until after the vote for extended funds on September 12. Value engineering of the project continues to be discussed and evaluated. The ABTF participated in the Vote Informational Session held on August 20. He reported that


this meeting


answered all homeowner questions and heard many comments. Next meeting is to be determined. PROJECT REPORTS: Cottonwood Pool Restroom Report: Met


gave


with the architect on August 27, and the site selected was the north end of the pool. The architect will be developing an RFP so we could put it out for bids in the next few weeks. MANAGEMENT REPORT: Steve Nolan the management


report. He also


welcomed Chef Anthony Damiano who has been hired for Palo Verde. He thanked Chef Marshall for his service and wished him well at his new restaurant. DIRECTORS COMMENTS: George


supported by the Food and Beverage Committee, from US Foods for $17,549.65 (low bid), plus a 10% contingency for a total cost of $19,304.62. There was discussion regarding the fact that installation is going to be done by B&G Electric, which is part of the contingency. The motion carried unanimously. VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION FUND:


None OLD BUSINESS: George Thomas made a motion,


seconded by Don Hicks, to approve changes to B.P 5-03 Authorization to Contact the Association’s Legal Counsel and Auditor. The motion carried unanimously. NEW BUSINESS: George Thomas made a motion,


seconded by Richard Hawkes, to approve the proposed parking lot plan, as submitted by Dick Gothier, for the parking lot west of the San Tan Ballroom, Saguaro Room and Pickleball Court in Cottonwood. The motion carried unanimously. FIRST READINGS: None HOMEOWNER COMMENTS: The following subjects were commented


on or discussed: Delay important decisions during


meetings and elections during the absence of homeowners during the summer. Comment that 70 percent of homeowners live here year-round.


interested in what is going on they would attend meetings. No matter what


If people were so time of


year, the meetings are not well attended. Comment regarding the publishing of the


Board Agenda and a media for homeowners to contact the Board with their input. The meeting adjourned at 4:00 p.m. 


RELIGION 83


Sun Lakes Lutheran Church news Lutheran Church


Marty Garrison The worship community of Sun Lakes is


thankful for those


who have continued to worship with us throughout the summer months. Your attendance and support have been a blessing. We are also eagerly anticipating the return of those who have been away. You were missed and we look forward to hearing of your adventures. In September, we shared an evening of


fellowship with a potluck dinner, followed by the attendees sharing their hobbies. October


is a busy month; we will be


participating in the Open House at Sun Lakes Country Club on October 5, and at the NWC Open House on October 26. On October 6, SLLC will be sponsoring a Family Promise Dinner at Mountain View


Lutheran. On October 26, we will enjoy great food


and fun at our Welcome Back Picnic at Sisk Park. This month we will also be resuming the


Ladies Phoebe Circle and Bible Study for men and ladies. Plans are underway for our Celebration


Sunday. More details for this event will be included in the November Splash. All are welcome to worship with us


each Sunday morning at the Sun Lakes Chapel at 8:00 a.m. followed by fellowship with refreshments


in the Chapel Center.


Sun Lakes Lutheran Church is a mission of Mountain View Lutheran Church, Phoenix, Arizona and is ELCA affi liated. For more information about our services, activities or mission, please call 480-893-2579. 


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Oasis Ramada Pool at Sun Lakes Country Club, located west of the clubhouse on Sun Lakes Blvd. just past Player Drive. Food, coffee and water will be provided. If you want another non-alcoholic beverage you should bring it; RSVP is required so we can accurately plan food and supply purchases. We will meet candidates, hear issues and understand how club members can help in the next election cycle. Carol will take your reservations; email her at camaas@aol.com or call 480-895-4821. Please bring non-perishable food items to the club meetings for the Matthew’s


Crossing Food Bank. Collections take place in the west parking lot from 6:30-7:00 p.m. We also have a box at the north entrance of the Sun Lakes Sunset Grill lobby. Donations can be dropped off there. Thanks for your generosity, August donations collected 272 lbs. + $134 cash. Total donations collected for the year 2,127 lbs. + $378 cash. Club meetings are held the second of


Monday each month. Everyone is


welcome. For information contact Ruth Kloner


at 480-895-1378 or Tom Amrhein at 480-895-1162. 


Thomas: Thanked Thomas


Phelan for his military service. Commented on this afternoon’s Five-Year Plan Workshop. Richard Hawkes: Thanked Thomas


Phelan for his military service and thanked Brian Shaw and Nancy Pannebecker for their work on the budget. Nancy Pannebecker: Thanked Brian


Shaw, Steve Nolan and the managers for their work and effort on the budget. Kathy Skrei: Thanked Brian Shaw. Woody Neiman: Asked everyone to stay


on top of the efforts of COOP and STOPPP regarding the SRP proposed high voltage power line project. He encouraged those that are able to make a contribution toward the effort. He commented on the additional $5,000 donation made by Mr. Robson. He asked everyone to be a supporter of this effort.


Don Hicks: Thanked Thomas Phelan for


his military service in addition to all those who serve in the military. He commented on and thanked Brian Shaw. Bud Jenssen: Thanked Thomas Phelan


for his military service and thanked Brian Shaw and the managers for their effort on the budget. He wished good luck to Chef Marshall in his new pizza restaurant. CAPITAL


RESERVE REPLACEMENT


FUND REQUESTS: None PV GATE RESERVE FUND: None CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND


REQUESTS: Richard Hawkes made a motion,


seconded by Bud Jenssen, to approve the purchase of a Doyon Model T-2 Pizza Oven for the Cottonwood kitchen, as


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