CHEESMAN WILDCREST CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
May 21, 2008
The regular meeting of the Cheesman Wildcrest Condominium Association Board of
Directors was held on May 21, 2008 in the basement meeting room, 1265 Race St., Denver.
Virginia Pfeifer: Resigned Mike Dunlap: Present Harry Chance: Present
Lance Bartholomew: Present Ron Thorne: Absent
Phillip Mills was present representing the Managing Agent, Western States Property Services.
Glenn Grassi , new owner of #708 was present.
Call to Order: President Chance called the meeting to order at 6:03 PM.
Election of Director Harry announced that one position on the Board was vacant due to
Virginia Pfeifer having sold her unit and resigned. He nominated Ken Bing of #206 to fill the
remainder of Virginia’s term. Mike Dunlap seconded the nomination, it was put to a vote and
Ken was duly elected to office.
Glenn Grassi of #708 registered complaints about the wind chimes in #709. Lance
Bartholomew offered to speak with the owner of #709 about removing them.
Glen also suggested having association purchase a bark collar for noisy dogs and letting
residents rent it for $10 per week to train their dogs not to bark, cheaply.
Minutes: The minutes of April 16, 2008 were reviewed and approved as presented, subject to
any objections by members present at that meeting but absent now.
Committee Reports: None were due or presented.
Financial Reports: Mr. Mills reviewed the April reports with the Board, noting that operating
cash on hand increased due to the special assessment collection but about $2,000 more was spent
on operating account items than was received . The delinquency report showed total
delinquencies were $6,395, up from $3,501 last month. Three units, #307, #402 and #702
comprise over half the delinquency and have been sent to the attorneys for further collection
action. Out-of-the-ordinary disbursements included the annual storm sewer service charge and
the fire department inspection.
Total funds on hand were $93,736 of which $45,014 was special assessment funds. The
Comparative Budget report showed the Total Expenses for the year were about $1,000 under
budget. Reserve activity during January consisted of the regular transfer and interest earned.
Management Report: Mr. Mills reported on items including:
Repairs to the front stair rubber nose pieces.
Waste Management reneging on their renewal offer
Repairs to the front drive ramp.
Repairs to the chiller system.
Another letter was sent to #701 about preparations for his fan-coil replacement.
Problems with #709 wind chimes, etc.
A violation notice was sent to #704 about dog noises.
Virginia Pfeiffer sold her unit and will be resigning from the Board.
Phil was asked to coach Misa on cleaning the ashtray more often, cleaning the laundry rooms
more thoroughly and pulling weeds around the building.
It was noted that the #704 dogs still made noise although they were not on the balcony as
Phil will schedule another filter change program for all the units.
Phil was authorized to send a fine letter to the owner of #505 for violating the move-in
procedures – i.e. letting his tenant move in on Sunday.
The Board reviewed the current pet policy and move-in/out policy and scheduled next month
to make changes that would result in a more enforceable policy.
Phil will prepare a draft budget for review next month.
Adjourn: There being no further business, the meeting was declared adjourned at 7:15 PM.
The next meeting will be at 6:00 PM in the basement meeting room on June 18, 2008.
Phillip Mills, Acting Secretary