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                                SPRING LAKE ASSOCIATION, INC.
                                  90 SPRING LAKE HILLS DRIVE
                                 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL 32714

                                 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
                                       February 19, 2000

The meeting was held at Spring Lake Hills Playground on February 19, 2000. The following Directors
were present: Tom Curry, Win Adams, Kathy Erlacher, Paul Hueber, Steve Erlacher, and Pat
McGroarty. Dick Copeland was absent due to having to man the guard gate, and Lorrie Stewart was
absent. Seven resident/Association members were also present.

The meeting was called to Order at 9:06am by the President, Tom Curry.

Discussed Garbage/Trash pickup. Guests from the Seminole County Government and Disposal were
present and spoke regarding fees for service, pickup procedures, general difficulties/inefficiencies,
and possible solutions/corrective measures. Motion made regarding the Association becoming
responsible for collecting the fees concerning side door pickup. The fee will be incorporated into
annual dues beginning 2001. Motion seconded and passed unanimously. Disposal will contact Tom
Curry should the need arise.

Discussed Security/Personnel. Dick Copeland covering current shift as pool of guards is not sufficient
at present time. Steve Erlacher appointed Resident Security Chief.

Financial Matters Discussed. At Annual Meeting member questioned what services are paid for with
the $350.00/month bill for accounting. Tom previously requested itemized statement from accountant;
Pat provided statement from accountant at today's meeting. Discussion of overdue accounts. Motion
made to rescind automatically mailing Certified Letters to Members whose accounts become
overdue. The Board will review each account on an individual basis (reviewing overdue amount,
length of arrearage, etc) and at its discretion send Certified Letter. Motion seconded and passed by
overwhelming majority with only 1 oppose (Kathy Erlacher).

Issue of Vandalism discussed. Incidents of graffiti on tennis and basketball courts as well as breaking
of street signs. Continue to diligently pursue culprits and take appropriate action.

New Business. Outside wall condition of ground - Win has been following and will continue to stay on
top of. Tom has appointment Tuesday, February 29, 2000 at 9:00am, with subcontractor to survey
wall and discuss clean up. Need for obtaining bids for lawn service as well as extra
ground/maintenance work discussed.

There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 10:45am

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President




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                            Board Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                          May 13, 2000

The meeting was held at Spring Lake Hills Playground on May 13, 2000. The following Directors were
present: Tom Curry, Win Adams, Kathy Erlacher, Paul Hueber, Pat McGroarty, Steve Erlacher, Dick
Copeland, and Lorrie Stewart.

The meeting was called to Order at 9:30am by the President, Tom Curry.

Discussed dues. 27 people with overdue accounts. The treasurer or his designee will telephone
residents with overdue accounts. Attorney letters will be sent to over due accounts at the discretion of
the Board of Directors Motion made and passed by consensus.

Wall Update. Condition. Discussed history, sod tentative date for installation approximately June 1.
Wymore Rd widening discussed. Irrigation/sod/landscaping. Estimate should be back 5/15. Engineer
report will be put in writing. Will look into feasibility of irrigation for landscaping.

Entrance Signs plants. Discussed new entrance signs as well as landscaping. Motion made to
authorize 4 separate plantings/yr. Seconded. Motion passed by overwhelming majority with one
abstains. Discussed tree trimming, condition of playground - sand vs. other ground cover. Estimates
will be obtained. Steve to speak with landscaper (Mark) regarding job - get job description/agreement.
If unable then get other bids for work.

Garbage and yard trash collection discussed. If no pick up call company (Mr. Gregory solid waste
management Seminole County) will place note in upcoming newsletter for info on who to call for no
pickup reports.

Street repairs discussed. Pot holes, etc. Tom/Steve to look at. Win to research coating/Pat look at
who did prior maintenance.

New business. Discussed back property, moving gate for emergency entrance. In conversation with
Spring Valley. Speed - traffic calming device discussed/police patrol. Steve will contact Sheriff Office.

There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 10:50am.

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President




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                            Board Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                           July 1, 2000

The meeting was held at Spring Lake Hills playground on July 1, 2000. The following Directors were
present: Tom Curry, Kathy Erlacher, Paul Hueber, Pat McGroarty, Steve Erlacher, Dick Copeland,
and Lorrie Stewart. Win Adams was absent.

The meeting was called to order at 9:30am by the President, Tom Curry. Approximately 25 residents
were present.

Minutes from May 2000 meeting were read and approved.

Wymore update. Discussed "Wall", background given. Discussed structure of wall. Paul discussed re-
facing from engineering standpoint. Feasibility, repair vs. replace. Due to current unknown status of
the Wymore Road widening will repair wall to safe condition. Discussed irrigation installation, grounds
cleanup, and landscaping (canopy cleanup and vine planted along wall) to enhance appearance of
wall. Discussed purchasing new signs for entrance area. Motion made to improve wall and entry
(irrigation, landscaping improvements, grounds cleanup, and new signs). Approximate cost of
improvements will be $12,400.00. Motion seconded and passed by consensus. Bids were discussed
for maintenance. Steve/Tom to get bids for maintenance.

Back entrance update given and discussed. Orlando Grace Church update.

There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 10:35am

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President


                                    SPRING LAKE ASSOCIATION
                                   90 SPRING LAKE HILLS DRIVE
                                  ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL 32714

An emergency meeting was held in the area near the Spring Lake Hills guardhouse on July 22, 2000.
The following Directors were present: Tom Curry, Win Adams, Kathy Erlacher, Paul Hueber, Pat
McGroarty, Steve Erlacher, and Lorrie Stewart. Dick

Copeland was absent.

The meeting was called to Order at 9:30am by the President, Tom Curry. Approximately 17 residents
were present.

The condition of the existing wall was discussed. After "walking" the brick wall discussion centered on
the condition. It was decided that the sign would be put on hold until a decision on the wall is reached
i.e. replacement/repair, specifications, etc. A Wall Committee was formed consisting of the following
Board members and residents: Paul Hueber will act as chairman, Win Adams will act as liaison
between the Association and the county, Steve Erlacher, Mr. Singer, Mr. String, Mr. Hadley, Mrs.
Sonntag, and Mrs. Silverman. The Wall committee will gather bids/specifications/etc for the brick
portion of the entrance wall. The committee will report back to the Board of Directors at which time an
emergency meeting will be called to discuss findings/recommendations and course of procedure. The
irrigation system was also discussed; must have meter and backflow valve (which will add cost to the
previous bid).

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at l0:00am

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President
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                           Board Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                        August 19, 2000

The meeting was held at the Spring Lake hills playground on August 19, 2000. The following
Directors were present. Tom Curry, Win Adams, Kathy Erlacher, Paul Hueber, Pat McGroarty, Steve
Erlacher, Dick Copeland, and Lorrie Stewart.

The meeting was called to order at 9:30am by the President, Tom Curry. Approximately 14 residents
were present.

Discussed Garbage/Trash pickup. Representatives from Seminole County and Refuse Collector were
present. Discussion centered on current level of service/potential use of an "alert system" as well as
enforcing a standardized level of service throughout the community. Will bring before entire resident
members during Annual Meeting (November 2000).

Brick Wall Committee report submitted. Motion made to accept no more than $2700.00 expenditure
on contract. Architectural Review discussed Sheplan residence; 110 Lake Destiny Trail. Motion made
to approve enhancements as presented to Architectural Review Committee, seconded and passed
unanimously. Chase residence; 120 N. Spring Lake Hills Drive. Discussed submission of plans.
Motion made to table until next meeting, seconded.

Wymore Road Update. Concrete block wall update. Area South of Guardhouse will have 18" retaining
wall erected by the county. Discussed. Board recommended that discussion be undertaken with
homeowners directly buttressing wall. Have one attorney represent homeowners/Association in
negotiation with County regarding wall. Motion made, seconded and passed unanimously.

Real Estate signs. Discussed uniform signs throughout Spring Lake Hills - enhancement to area. Sign
committee to come up with new design for sign and submit to Board for approval. Motion made and
seconded to have uniform real estate signs throughout community. Passed unanimously.

New Business. Discussed renovation in Guardhouse Island area. Authorization to purchase and plant
new flowers in area. Discussed new logo for resident/guest vehicles. Property management service
discussed - Steve will contact and have present at future meeting.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 11:30am.

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President

                            Emergency board of directors meeting 8/1/00.

Meeting was called to order at 4:35 pm by the president, Board members in attendance were Tom
Curry, Pat McGroarty, Dick Copeland, Win Adams and Paul Hueber. Subject of the meeting was for
Paul Hueber to proceed with the entrance survey. Two firms were asked to make proposals. One firm
was unable to take on the project for at least three weeks and the other could start the task within the
week. The estimate for the project based on time and materials would be approximately $500.00
depending upon the difficulty in finding the abstract and etc. A motion was made and seconded to
hire Hollis Engineering to develop the survey. The meeting was adjourned at 4:55pm

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                           Board Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                       September, 2000

The meeting was held at the Spring Lake Hills playground on September 23, 2000. The following
Directors were present: Tom Curry, Kathy Erlacher, Pat McGroarty, Paul Hueber, Dick Copeland, and
Steve Erlacher. Win Adams and Lorrie Stewart were absent.

The meeting was called to order at 10:05am by the President, Tom Curry. Approximately 10 residents
were present.

Board of Directors meeting minutes from 08/2000 was approved as written.

Architectural review. Cregeen residence. Motion made to accept remodeling renovations as review by
Architectural Review Committee drawing #13. Motion seconded and passed unanimously. Chase
residence. In regard to Chase residence. Motion made to affirm requested changes. Motion was
denied unanimously by the Board members.

Wall update. Discussed wall committee recommendations. Motion made to allow 8-foot height of wall.
Wall to follow footpath of existing wall. Motion made to accept design of wall as submitted with
exception being to follow existing wall footpath.

Treasurer report. Discussed delinquent residents/delinquent list. Discussed cleaning up books.
Motion made to clean books of old accounts. Motion denied by majority vote with one director
abstaining.

No old business.

New Business. Discussed Annual meeting for November 2000. Steve Erlacher to head nominating
committee for new Board members. Dan Copeland chairs food committee for annual meeting.

There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 11:20am

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President
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                          Board Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                        October, 2000

The meeting was held at the Spring Lake Hills playground on October 25, 2000. The following
Directors were present: Tom Curry, Kathy Erlacher, Pat McGroarty, Paul Hueber, Dick Copeland,
Steve Erlacher, and Lorrie Stewart. Win Adams was absent.
The meeting was called to order at 6:05pm by the President Tom Curry. Approximately 6 residents
were present.

Board of Directors minutes from September meeting were read. Minutes were changed to reflect the
following: paragraph 4 Architectural Review. In regard to Chase residence. Motion made to affirm
requested changes. Motion was denied unanimously by the Board members. Paragraph 5 Wall
Update. The following should be added to minutes, The wall to be replaced and not repaired.
Corrected minutes were approved.

Budget for 200. Discussed. Motion to accept budget as submitted, seconded and passed
unanimously.

Resolutions. Discussed Resolution 1 Annual Budget. Motion made to accept, seconded and passed
unanimously. Resolution 2 Continuance of Covenants. Discussed. Motion made to accept as
written. Motion seconded and passed unanimously. Resolution 3 Continued funding of the wall.
Discussed - block wall only. Wall to be between 7' 4" - 7' 6" in other words to maximum
recommended height per the architectural design. 20% of wall must be replaced now due to
deplorable condition. Remaining 80% needs to be replaced. Motion made to accept resolution as
written, seconded and passed unanimously.

Letter announcing November Annual Meeting. Approved as written, motion made seconded and
passed unanimously.

Architectural committee recommendations 135 Lake Destiny Trail. Discussed proposed changes,
reviewed drawings of 07/17/00. Motion made to accept as proposed with exception being the proper
county permits; etc. must be obtained prior to renovations being undertaken. Motion seconded and
passed unanimously.

New business. Condition of canal discussed. Discussed a letter with a 30 day notice to clean up
property or assessment will be imposed. Tabled, some member will inspect canal and report
findings. Steve Erlacher to contact garbage persons to negotiate service/rate.

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Tom Curry, President
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                                       ANNUAL MEETING
                                      NOVEMBER 18, 2000
The Annual meeting for the Spring Lake Hills Homeowners Association was held on Saturday,
November 18, 2000 at the Recreation Area. Approximately 50 resident / association families were
present.
Tom Curry, President, brought the meeting to Order. The following Officers were present: Tom Curry,
President; Win Adams, Vice-President; Pat McGroarty, Treasurer; and Kathy Erlacher, Secretary.
The following Directors were present: Paul Hueber, Architectural Review; Dick Copeland, Security
Chief; Lorrie Stewart, Welcoming; and Steve Erlacher, Maintenance. The Secretary, Kathy Erlacher,
read minutes from the last Annual Meeting. A motion was made to accept the minutes as read.
Motion passed unanimously. Proxy's Certified. Notice of Meeting was mailed 11/06/00.

Reports of Officers/Committee Chairmen.

Welcoming, Lorrie Stewart, gave report. 16 new families have moved into our neighborhood over the
past year. Thanks given to all the ladies who helped with the picnic (baking goodies, manning tables,
hospitality, etc). Security, Dick Copeland reported no significant security problems over the past year.
Vice-President, Win Adams, gave Wymore Road update; still don't know status. He will stay on top of.
Maintenance, Steve Erlacher, no report.

Motion Number 1, to adopt budget for 2001. Questions/answers. Motion made and seconded to
accept budget as presented. Motion passed unanimously.

Motion Number 2, to adopt resolution providing for continuing Covenants and Restrictions on Spring
Lake Hills Subdivision. Discussion on Motion. Motion made to accept resolutions as set forth. Motion
seconded and passed unanimously.

Motion Number 3, to Adopt Resolution funding Wymore Road Wall Fund. Increasing it from the
current $15.00/family per quarter to $50.00/family per quarter. Discussion. Questions/Answers.
Motion made to amend the motion from $50.00/family to $100.00/family per quarter. Discussion.
Motion seconded. Motion failed with 10 members in favor and overwhelming majority opposed.
Motion made to accept Resolution Number 3 as presented. Motion seconded. Motion passed by
overwhelming majority with only 2 oppose.

The following persons were duly nominated and a vote being taken were elected Directors of the
Corporation to serve for a three-year term. It should be noted Mr. Raike and Mr. Pelski received the
same number of votes each. It was agreed that the tie would be ended by a coin toss. The coin was
called in mid-air and the election went to Mr. Raike.

Dan Copeland

Ronald Raike

Alec String

Thanks were given to outgoing President, Tom Curry and Architectural Review, Paul Hueber.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Steve Erlacher, President

Spring Lake Association Inc.
90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

(A Corporation Not-for-Profit)
6 November 2000

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance with the Bylaws of the Spring Lake Association Inc., that
the annual meeting of members will be held at the following date, time and place:

Date: Saturday, November 18, 2000
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Place: Recreational Area, Spring Lake Association, 90 Spring Lake Hills Drive, Altamonte Springs, FL
32714

Agenda:

Call to order by the President.
Certifying of proxies.
Proof of notice of meeting or waiver of notice.
Reading of minutes of last membership meeting by the Secretary.
Reports of Officers and Committee Chairmen.

Motion Number 1 to adopt budget and to set the annual charge (dues) for ensuing year.
*Discussion on motion limited to 3 minutes by members on agenda
Call the Question on the motion.

Motion Number 2 to adopt resolution providing for continuing Covenants and Restrictions on Spring
Lake Hills Subdivision.

*Discussion on motion
Call the Question on the Resolution.

Motion Number 3 to Adopt Resolution funding the Wymore Road Wall Fund.
*Discussion on motion limited to 3 minute by members on agenda.
Call the Question on the Resolution

Election of Directors.

New Business.

Adjournment.

* MEMBERS DESIRING TO ADDRESS ANY MOTION FOR A PERIOD OF THREE (3) MINUTES
MUST CALL THE PRESIDENT, TOM CURRY AT 862-8826 TO BE PLACED ON THE AGENDA.
RECOGNIZED MEMBERS MUST COME FORWARD AND USE THE PROVIDED MICROPHONE.

Votes for the Board of Directors can be cast by members of the Association who are in attendance at
the meeting or who have submitted an absentee ballot.

Absentee Ballots and Limited Proxies may be obtained by the Member only unless other
arrangements have been made from Tom Curry at 407 862-8826

The proposed Budget and Resolutions are enclosed.


SPRING LAKE ASSOCIATION INC.
BY: Kathy Erlacher, Secretary

BUDGET FOR 2001
Spring Lake Association, Inc.
2001 Budget

INCOME                     1997           1998            1999           2000Est            2001Est

Dues, 229 Households       $109,920        $114,500       $114,500       $123,660           $123,660
Interest                        954           1,113           845           1,150               440
Other
GROSS INCOME               $110,874        $115,613       $115,345       $124,810           $124,100


EXPENSE

Guard Service               $74,312         $79,502       $81,561          $83,900           $87,200
Facilities Maintenance          1,369          2,118          3,803            700               2,500
Grounds Maintenance             8,604          7,577          7,996          8,100              8,500
Utilities                       7,499          7,525          7,387          7,800               8,000
Insurance                       3,718          3,635          3,670          3,850               4,000
Legal Services                    210              27              0             0               1,000
Accounting Services             3,900           3,900         4,200          4,200               4,200
Administrative Expense          1,008           1,612         2,239          1,700               1,800
Taxes                             347             402            305           450                 300
Bad Debts                       1,200           1,200           -650            400              1,000
Directory Expense                  37               0             66              0                  0
OPERATING EXPENSE           $102,204        $107,498      $110,577        $111,100           $118,500
Paving Reserve                 10,000          10,000        10,000         10,000              10,000
TOTAL EXPENSE               $112,204        $117,498      $120,577        $121,100           $128,500
Net Income (Deficit)          -$1,330         -$1,885       -$5,232         $3,710             -$4,400
Prior Year Carry Forward       15,347           3,717         1,832          4,440               8,150
Transfer Other Funds          -10,300                          7,840
CARRY FORWARD                  $3,717         $1,832         $4,440         $8,150              $3,750

DUES PER HOUSEHOLD                $480           $500          $500           $540                  $540
EXPENSES PER
 HOUSEHOLD                        $490           $513            $527          $529                 $561

RESOLUTION NO. 1

A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE ANNUAL BUDGET AND TO SET THE ANNUAL CHARGE
(DUES).

WHEREAS, Section 1(a), paragraph 31, of the Covenants and Restrictions of Spring Lake
Association, Inc. provides that each building plot in Spring Lake Hills is subjected to an annual
maintenance assessment, and that the annual maintenance assessment will be assessed for and
cover the calendar year.

WHEREAS, The membership has been provided with a copy of the proposed budget by U. S. Mail as
required. Now

THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing, it is hereby

RESOLVED, That the budget is adopted as submitted and that the annual charge is approved.

RESOLUTION NO. 2

A RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONTINUANCE OF THE COVENANTS AND
RESTRICTIONS AS PLACED ON THE SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS SPRING LAKE HILLS FOR AN
ADDITIONAL 30 YEARS.

WHEREAS, (Chapter 712, Florida Statutes) Marketable Record Title Act extinguishes all estates,
interests, claims or charges of any kind on title to real property which are older that the "root of the
title" (last transaction to have been recorded 30 or more years ago) and

WHEREAS, Spring Lake Hills is approaching that time frame and

WHEREAS, The majority of its residents realize that the covenants and restrictions serve very useful
functions including, but not limited to protecting property values and guarding against unacceptable
behavior by other residents now

THEREFORE The Secretary of this association is hereby directed to have a Statutory Notice as
required by Chapter 712.06, Florida Statutes, recorded with Seminole County, Florida that on this
date, 18 November 2000, a majority of the owners of the Subdivision known as Spring Lake Hills
Florida as recorded in Plat Book 15 , at pages 73 & 74 , Plat Book 17, Page 34 , and the Official
Records Book 753, Page 545 of the current public records did meet at a properly announced Annual
Meeting of it’s members and did vote in the majority to extend these covenants and restrictions for
another 30 years. Be it

RESOLVED, That this resolution as submitted is approved.

RESOLUTION NO. 3

A Resolution to provide for the continued funding of the wall fund as established at the last annual
meeting.

WHEREAS, the requirement for a large sum of money to meet the funding for the construction of a
new front wall is probably within a two to three year time frame the necessity for continuing the wall
fund and increasing it from it’s current $15.00 per household per quarter to $50.00 per household per
quarter is recommended. And

WHEREAS, this requirement is not to be confused with the brick entrance walls which will be
considered in the very near future at a special meeting of the association. Be it

RESOLVED, that the recommendation of the Board be accepted and the funding be set at $50.00 per
quarter.
                               MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 18, 2000
                               BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Win Adams, Vice-President, brought the meeting to Order. The following Directors were present: Win
Adams, Pat McGroarty, Steve Erlacher, Lorrie Stewart, Alec String, Dan Copeland, Dick Copeland,
and Kathy Erlacher. Ronald Raike was absent.

The following persons were duly nominated and a vote being taken were unanimously elected
Officers of the Corporation.

Steve Erlacher, President

Win Adams, Vice-President

Pat McGroarty, Treasurer

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary

The following Committee assignments were made:

Lorrie Stewart, Welcoming

Dick Copeland, Security

Alec String, Maintenance

Dan Copeland, Architectural Review

Ronald Raike, At-Large

Discussion regarding bids on brick wall. Bids are due in Wednesday, November 22, 2000. A Board of
Directors Meeting will be held on Monday, November 27th to review bids and award contract. Meeting
to be held in the home of Dan Copeland, 195 West Spring Lake Drive, at 6:00pm. The Board of
Directors meetings are open meetings and all resident members are encouraged to attend.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Steve Erlacher, President

             MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 27, 2000 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

The meeting was held in the home of Dan Copeland at 195 W. Spring Lake Drive. The meeting was
called to Order by the President, Steve Erlacher, at 6:05pm. The following Directors were present:
Steve Erlacher, Pat McGroarty, Bud Raike, Lorrie Stewart, Alec String, Kathy Erlacher, Dan
Copeland, Win Adams, and Dave Copeland. Approximately 9 residents were present.

The minutes from the 11/18/00 Board meeting were read. Motion made to approve minutes as read.
Motion seconded and passed unanimously.

Wall contract/bids were discussed. Discussed sod, landscaping, history, Wall committee
recommendations, etc. Paul Hueber presented summary of bid proposals. 6 separate contractors
were contacted regarding wall. 3 turned down outright, 1 declined after looking over plans, 1 failed to
return bid, and received 1 bid on wall and 2 on landscaping. Discussed bid/cost, etc. Will receive
$5000.00 credit on brick if order before 12/01/00. Discussed. Wall Committee was reappointed to
determine style of lettering, etc. The committee to consist of the following persons: Steve Erlacher,
Dan Copeland, Win Adams, Terry Hadley, Gary Singer, Alec String, Donna Silkwood, and Ellen
Silverman. The meetings of the wall committee will be open meetings to all residents. Meetings to be
announced at a later date. Motion made to reconsider placing vines on wall. Motion seconded and
passed unanimously.

Discussed funding of wall. Using paving fund, this fund to be approximately $121,000.00 (estimated
use to be 95K) verses borrowing monies from financial institution. Pat McGroarty to solicit legal
opinion on aforementioned subject. Motion made to accept Paul Hueber’s proposal regarding bids
received. Go forward with curved brick wall contingent upon financial requirements. Motion seconded
and passed unanimously.

Committee to discuss financing wall. Committee members will solicit financing bids from financial
institutions and present to Board at next meeting. Committee will consist of Pat McGroarty and Win
Adams.

Discussed new directory of the Association. Have had approximately 30 new homeowners move into
neighborhood since the last directory. Motion made to replace directory with up dated one. Will speak
with Cliff Fancher who did such a marvelous job on preceding directory. Will get quotes for printing.
Motion seconded, passed unanimously.

Discussed new vehicle stickers. Current number style verses new lettering, i.e. "SLH". Alec String to
research styles, designs and will present findings with 2 weeks.

Corporation Seal. Pat McGroarty currently has seal. Steve Erlacher requested as per the bylaws the
Corporation Seal be given to the Secretary. Pat to follow through.

New Business. Brad Chase presented request to remodel home. Has changed variance to 29.1 feet.
Motion made to table decision until all members have opportunity to view design as well as Chase
residence markers. Motion seconded and passed unanimously.

Board of Directors meeting to be held within 2 weeks. Meeting announcement to be posted at
Guardhouse.

Thanks to Lorrie for the delicious brownies.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 7:30pm.

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Steve Erlacher,President
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                                    SPRING LAKE ASSOCIATION
                                   90 SPRING LAKE HILLS DRIVE
                                    Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

                                     Board Of Directors Meeting
                                    Minutes Of December 9, 2000
The meeting was held at the Spring Lake Hills playground. The meeting was called to Order by the
President, Steve Erlacher at 9:37am. The following Directors were present: Steve Erlacher, Win
Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher, Lorrie Stewart, Alec String, Dan Copeland, Bud Raike, and
Dick Copeland. Approximately 11 residents were present.

Architectural Review regarding Brad Chase residence. Motion to approve building addition. Motion
seconded and passed unanimously.

Security Guard raises. Security report given. Discussed need for future replacement guard. Will put
notice into next newsletter for "an as needed basis guard". Discussed pay raises for all guards. A 5%
across the board cost of living raise was discussed. The cost of living raise in no way will have -affect
on any future merit raises. A motion was made to give 5% raise to all guards; Art $8.40, John S
$7.35, John M $7.10 and Jim $7.10. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously. Christmas
bonuses for the guards was discussed. Art $235.00, John S $200.00, John M $175.00, and Jim
$125.00. Motion made to award Christmas Bonuses in aforementioned amounts. Motion seconded
and passed unanimously.

Discussed Spring Lake website. Much thanks and untold appreciation goes to Cliff Fancher for all
hard work in designing and maintaining website. A motion was made, seconded and passed
unanimously to maintain the web site at an approximate cost of $60.00/quarter.

Discussed the Webmaster. Again much appreciation goes out to Cliff Fancher for all his time and
effort in the job of Webmaster. Cliff declined to maintain position therefore a search for a new
Webmaster fell to Steve Erlacher .

Report and Recommendations of the sign committee. Committee made report/recommendations,
which were discussed by board members. Recommended the sign to be black granite with gold
colored old English letters. A motion was made to accept recommendation of the sign committee. The
motion was seconded and passed with 5 members in favor and 3 oppose.

Discussed Wymore Road construction. Win Adams and Steve Erlacher to meet with county to
discuss construction as pertains to wall.

Car Stickers. Report was given by A1ec String regarding custom car stickers. 3x3 5-year lifetime with
"SLH" emblazed in black/gold. Discussed in detail custom stickers vs. old round numbered stickers.
Cost Will be approximately $1.15 per sticker for custom order. Discussed 2 per household if more
than 2 are required the resident has the option of purchasing custom sticker or placing round
numbered sticker on windshield. A motion was made to provide 2 custom stickers per residence, the
round colored stickers will be made available for all who require more than 2 vehicle stickers, the
resident has the option of purchasing more custom stickers should he desire. The motion was
seconded and passed with 7 board members in favor and 1 oppose.

A motion was made that no two Board members from the same household can be on the list to sign
corporation checks. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously. Discussed Board members
authorized to sign corporation checks. The following persons are authorized to sign checks for the
corporation: Pat McGroarty , Katherine Er1acher , Lorrie Stewart, and Ronald Raike.

Discussed the President's letters entitled "Victims of the wall" and "Personal comments". The Brick
wall committee was disbanded with untold thanks toPau1 Hueber. A Block wall committee was
formed with Paul Hueber to chair. Other members will be decided at later date. All interested should
inform the president, Steve Erlacher .
Discussed changing name from block wall fund to read wall fund. Will bring forth in resolution form
during general association meeting.

Discussed paving fund. Financing wall via borrowing monies from a financial institution. Negotiate
with a financial Institution; maintain a compensating balance and pledge the wall assessment to
repay. Motion made to go ahead with financing brick wall by borrowing monies (approximately
$92,000.00) maintaining a compensating balance and pledging $50.00/residence per quarter
assessment to fund the front brick entrance. Motion was seconded and passed unanimously.

A motion was made to nominate Paul Hueber to review and report recommendations regarding all
options for the block wall, repair in sections, replace in full, etc. The motion was amended to the
following: Paul Hueber appointed committee chairperson for the Master plan Committee which will
incorporate all enhancements including handling the safety hazard of the wall.

Discussed within the next month calling a general membership meeting to discuss resolutions 1) to
rename block wan fund to wall fund, and 2) freeze funds going into paving fund and diverting these
funds to the wall fund.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at11: 15am

Kathy Erlacher, Secretary
Steve Erlacher, President


MINUTES OF EMERGENCY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
December 14, 2000

An emergency meeting was held in the area of the Spring Lake Hills guardhouse on December 14,
2000. The following directors were present. Steve Erlacher, Win Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy
Erlacher, Alec String, Bud Raike, Dick Copeland, and Lorrie Stewart. Dan Copeland was absent.

The meeting was called to Order at 5:30pm by the President, Steve Erlacher. No resident members
were present

The brick for the wall has been ordered and is on its way. The wall was discussed pertaining to
revision of the drawings regarding footers, specifications, location, county codes, buffer zones, etc.
Board members viewed plans, walked the wall, and discussed in length all options. A motion was
made to accept the Architectural and engineering drawings by AlphaGeo dated 12/12/00 and
accepting a reduction of the pavement as per the drawing specifications. The motion was seconded.
The motion passed with 6 Board members voting in favor and 2 oppose.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 5:55pm.

Kathy Erlacher Secretary
Steve Erlacher President

Spring Lake Hills
Security Wall and Long Range Planning Committee
Date: December 15,2000

President Erlacher asked that we form a committee to give the Board recommendations on the block
portion of the Security Wall and to give long range thoughts to the facilitation of our association.

Names I wish to propose:

          Win Adams

          Terry Hadley *

          Bud Raike *

          Gary Singer

          Alex String *

          Donna Silkworth

          Ellen Silverman

Those noted * have already agreed. Would the remaining nominees please let me know if you would
serve by calling (407) 774-0775?

Thanks,

Paul Hueber

P.S. We are trying to get a reading if the meeting must be "sunshine". If so because of the
undetermined number of attendees they will probably have to be on Saturday mornings TBD. If
committee only we could have them in evenings at my house or where ever you wish.

cc: President Steve Erlacher
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                                         << 2001 >>
                                       Spring Lake Association
                                      90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                     Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                                           Spring Lake Hills
                           Security Wall & Long Range Planning Committee
                                         Date: January 4, 2001

To: Win Adams, Terry Hadley, Gary Singer, Bud Raike, Alex String,Donna Sllkworth, Ellen SiIverman

Terry Hadley, Esq. said that the Sunshine Law only applies to government and we are not
government.

There will be a meeting of the Security Wall & Long Range Planning Committee Thursday, January
11,2001 at 7:30 P.M., 105 Spring Cove (Hueber residence).
Items to be discussed:

.Report on entry wall, schedule and letter design sample. .

Thoughts and ideas:

.Replacement/repair of existing block wall (any report on County progress) .

Brainstorm ideas:

Security

Access stickers

Guard house bricking design .

Playground

Thoughts on any other items.

Report of ideas will be given to the Board.

Thanks, Paul Hueber

cc: President Steve Erlacher

Spring Lake Hills
Security Wall & Long Range Planning Committee
Meeting: January 11,2001 7.30 P.M.


Present: Alec String, Bud Raike, Donna Silkworth, Terry Hadley, Paul Hueber

1. Report on brick entrance wall:

a. Drawing submitted by Contractor to County for permitting.

b. Contracts for the entrance wall were given to the President with the Notice of Commencement,
when returned signed with the deposit check, they will be given to the Contractor (Contracts, Notice
of Commencement, and deposit check received 1/14/01, Hueber to record Notice and forward
material to the Contractor).

c. Sample of the polished brass letter finish was shown to the Committee. It was approved.

d. Layout of the sign in 10", 12" and 14" letters were shown to the Committee, 12" letter size was
chosen. The bid was based on 10" letters. Hueber to get the price of 12" letters for the Committee to
relay to the Board.

e. Brick design for the guardhouse is needed. Hueber is to try to get a design from an architect
(Landscape architect suggests that soldier courses be used over the windows, quoins at corners.
Alec and Paul need to meet Contractor prior to construction).
2. Repair/replacement of block wall:

a. Status of attorney for condemnation. Alec and Terry called President Erlacher to get and receive
permission to have a meeting with a prospective attorney and ask for a proposal to relay to the Board.

b. Types of walls to be considered:

i. Block painted

ii. Block stucco painted

iii. Brick: structural wall (8'0" maximum height -some areas must also act as retaining wall thus
limiting the wall height to 6'0").

Brick face, block back up. This has the ability to be higher than 6'0". iv. Precast concrete

v. Stucco on metal frame

vi. foam, stucco covered

vii. Metal picket -least expensive, no visual protection or sound reduction

viii. Split block with brick columns or split block columns

ix. Any other ideas?

c. Due to the proposed road change, increased traffic is anticipated, thus a higher wall may be
desirable to reduce sound.

3. Brainstorm

a. Security gates:

i. Keypad -Alec mentioned this needs a turn around which we can't do and does not work in
communities with over fifty homes.

ii. Bar codes for resident gates.

iii. Access stickers



b. Logo design for main entrance sign

i. Like the entrance drawings. ..???

ii. ???

4. Other items:

a. Entry paving.
b. Guard house roof revisions, curb at guard house to be enlarged to keep trucks away from the roof.

c. How do we improve the neighborhood?

d. Playground equipment.

e. Lights for tennis courts.

f. Lake maintenance.

g. Canal maintenance.

h. Lighting and power for entrance

i. Dan Copeland will be asked to be a member of the committee as he is the Architectural Committee
member of the Board.

Distribution: Win Adams, Terry Hadley, Bud Raike, Donna Silkworth, Ellen Silverman, Gary Singer,
Alec String, Dan Copeland, President Steve Erlacher, Paul Hueber

The next committee meeting is to enlarge on comments and to give recommendations to the Board,
Thursday, February 1, 2001 7:30 P.M. at 105 Spring Cove -Hueber residence. Please call (407-774-
0775) to confirm your attendance.
________________________________________________________________________________

                                    SPRING LAKE ASSOCIATION
                                   90 SPRING LAKE HILLS DRIVE
                                    Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

                   Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting, February 3, 2001

The meeting was held at the Spring Lake Hills Playground. The meeting was called to order by the
President, Steve Erlacher at 2:10pm. The following Directors were present: Steve Erlacher, Win
Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher, Lorrie Stewart, Alec String, Bud Raike, Dan Copeland, and
Dave Copeland. Approximately 18 residents were present.

Minutes from the 12/14/00 Emergency Board of Directors meeting were read. A motion was made to
accept the minutes as read. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously.

The President, Steve Erlacher, discussed the "brick" wall specifications from the 12/14/00 meeting.
The "brick" wall is a danger in that it has deteriorated to the point it is falling down and even a slight
push may cause the wall to topple over which causes potential liability for the entire Association. The
history of the "brick" wall was discussed. Funding for the "brick" wall has been obtained by the way of
a loan of $92,000.00, first payment due on 04/01/01. The "block" wall was discussed - hoping to have
the county offset the cost of the "block" wall reference to Wymore Road construction. Steve and Win
are looking into this. The cost of the block" wall will be approximately $400,000.00. Comments were
taken from members of the Association and Board and discussed in detail. Bid process was
discussed laws discussed/questions fielded regarding both "brick" and "block" wall. All present, with
the exception of one member, agreed the "brick" wall must be demolished and replaced immediately
to offset the potential hazard the wall presents.

Discussed Resolution #3 from November 2000 meeting. A motion was made to present to the general
membership of the Association a new Resolution at a meeting to be held within approximately 30
days. Said resolution will combine the "block" wall fund and "brick" wall fund into one fund to be
known as "the wall fund". The motion was seconded and passed unanimously.

Discussed the paving fund. Currently funded at a rate of$10,000.00 per year. The paving fund has a
current balance of approximately $168,000.00. A motion was made to present a Resolution to the
general membership of the Association at a meeting to be held within approximately 30 days. Said
resolution will be to decrease the funding of the paving fund from $10,000.00 per year to $2,500.00
per year. The monies currently in the fund will not be used for any purpose other than paving related.
The remaining $7,500.00 from the original $10,000.00 paving fund yearly funding will be placed into a
general maintenance fund to be known as "the special project fund". The monies from this new fund
will be used for any special projects/capital improvements approved by the Board. The motion was
seconded and passed unanimously.

Discussed having a general membership meeting to discuss new Resolutions. Meeting to be held in
approximately 30 days. Discussed need to have a quorum of at least 46 members present at the
membership meeting to pass any resolution presented.

A request was made in writing from an Association member for documentation. Said request can be
viewed in its entirety in the Association Secretary's Board Meeting folder.

Alec to replace the rotten park benches/picnic tables located at the playground. The present benches
have boards missing as well as nails protruding. Should the expense incurred with aforementioned be
more than $500.00 he will obtain approval of the Board.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 3: 10pm

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Stephen Erlacher, President


                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                        February 11, 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on February 11, 2001 at the Spring Lake Hills
playground. The following Directors were present: Steve Erlacher, Win Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy
Erlacher, Alec String, Dave Copeland, Lorrie Stewart, Dan Copeland, and Bud Raike. Approximately
22 residents were present. The President, Steve Erlacher, called the meeting to Order at 2:10pm

The President, Steve Erlacher discussed the brick and block wall funding; the funding of these
projects were discussed the previous meeting (02/03/01) and a motion had been made to put a
Resolution before the membership regarding combining the brick and block wall fund into one fund.
Information was given regarding the engineering study on the block wall. An Association member had
requested the wording of the forthcoming Resolution be reworded; as that member was not present at
this meeting the President presented the request to the Board, which in essence was to read
"Repayment of the loan for the brick wall". Questions and answers were handled. A motion was made
to keep the wording of the Resolution the same as discussed at the 02/03/01 meeting. The motion
e.g. not to change the wording of the forthcoming Resolution, which was discussed at the 02/03/01
BOD meeting, was seconded and passed unanimously with all 9 BOD voting to keep the wording the
same as discussed 02/03/01.

Mr. Cathcart’s written request (which he hand delivered to the Secretary during the 02/03/01 meeting)
was presented to the Board members. All Directors are to have their portion of the requested data to
Steve by Thursday, February 15, 2001 in order that they can be made available to the Association
attorney, Friday February 16, 2001 in keeping with Mr. Cathcart’s 10-day deadline. The request was
discussed and points were clarified. Questions from the membership present were directed at Mr.
Cathcart as well as the Board.

Discussed obtaining an attorney on behalf of the Board of Directors. Discussed option of a couple of
different attorneys including Mr. DeCubulis. Steve will speak with him regarding all matters as well as
the matter of records requested by Mr. Cathcart. A motion was made to obtain an attorney on behalf
of the Board of Directors. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously.

Discussed the now defunct Spring Lake Hills website. The past Webmaster will not release the
materials/website. The invoice for the funding has been paid for one quarter. Discussed issues
regarding this matter. The matter of the website/webmaster will be tabled until the next meeting.

Discussed the block wall situation. The county has been meeting with homeowners along the wall
regarding condemnation/property appraisal. Discussed obtaining an attorney to negotiate with the
county on behalf of the Association. Bud and Alec to speak Mr. Harris regarding representing the
HOA and/or homeowners along the wall, they have a meeting with him scheduled for Wednesday at
10:00am regarding taking and compensating of the wall. Bud and Alec to keep the BOD informed. No
bids have been solicited/received regarding the block wall. The BOD have only obtained a estimate
on the feasibility study. Win discussed the widening of Wymore Road.

Discussed BOD resignations. Discussed the request by one disgruntled homeowner, to have the
President resign, regarding the brick wall. No BOD resignations were tenured or accepted.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 2:50pm

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Stephen Erlacher, President



                                  NO MEETING MINUTES APR 01



                                      Spring Lake Association
                                     90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                    Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                          April 19, 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on April 19, 2001 at the offices of Neal McCullough.
The following Directors were present: Steve Erlacher, Win Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher,
Dan Copeland, Lorrie Stewart, Bud Raike. Alec String and Dick Copeland were absent.
Approximately 6 residents were present. The President called the meeting to order at 5:41pm.

Discussed MRTA, background given. Subdivision spilt into 3 separate ―developments‖. Section 1 on
books 11/20/69; Section 2 on books 08/16/71; Section 3 on books 06/28/72. Past renewal deadline
on Section 1; Section 2 only 3 months left before renewal due; Section 3 one-year left. Mr.
McCullough to work on ―fixing‖ problems. Although the exact cost is not known at this time, Mr.
McCullough estimated it to be in excess of $10,000.00. Motion made to approve Mr. McCullough’s
firm as Association attorney and to act on behalf of the Association to ―fix‖ the problem with MRTA.
Motion seconded and passed unanimously.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Stephen Erlacher, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                      Spring Lake Association
                                     90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                    Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                          Emergency Meeting Of The Board Of Directors
                                        May 20, 2001

An emergency meeting of the Board of Directors was held on May 20, 2001 at the Spring Lake Hills
guardhouse. The following Directors were present: Steve Erlacher, Par McGroarty, Win Adams,
Kathy Erlacher, Alec String, Bud Raike, and Dan Copeland. Lorrie Stewart and Dick Copeland were
absent.

Discussed the guardhouse; lessened visibility related to the new brick facing. Guards’ visibility from
the side windows have been decreased approximately 50%. Discussed enlarging the opening of the
front window to compensate for the lost visibility on the side windows. A motion was made to enlarge
the front window opening and to place ―store-front‖ glass in the opening. The motion was seconded
and passed unanimously.

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Stephen Erlacher, President




                                  NO MEETING MINUTES JUN 01



                                      Spring Lake Association
                                     90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                    Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                          Emergency Meeting Of The Board Of Directors
                                        July 11, 2001

An emergency meeting of the Board of Directors was held on July 11, 2001 at the residence of the
President, 110 Spring Lake Hills Drive, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714. The following Directors were
present: Steve Erlacher, Win Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher, Alec String, Lorrie Stewart, Bud
Raike, Dan Copeland, and Dick Copeland. Approximately five resident members were present. The
President called the meeting to Order at 7:07pm.

Discussed the community sections in regard to MRTA (the need for the extension of the Covenants
and Restrictions). History given. Section one has exceeded the timelines; history given. The
Resolution presented at and voted on and subsequently approved during the annual meeting, was
too late and insufficient. Association retained an attorney to clean up previous insufficient documents
as well as proceed with compliance in remaining sections. Discussed amended restrictions; will take
out the word "Developer" and add the word "Homeowner Association" within the Covenants and
Restrictions.

Discussed the individual who "volunteered" to obtain the 68 signatures needed for Section One.
Discussed the $1400.00+ invoice submitted for reimbursement by this "volunteer" for replacement of
foliage, sprinklers, etc. understood to be planted in the easement on this individuals property that had
been uprooted during the replacement of the decrepit and dangerous wall. This matter was discussed
in depth with several Board members believing if the invoice was not reimbursed the "volunteer"
would take his offer to assist with the signatures and renege on all "volunteerism". A motion was put
on the floor to reimburse the "volunteer" as well as the homeowner on the opposite side of the new
wall for an equal amount of money, as compensation for landscape damage located within the
presumed easement area of the wall area. This motion was discussed along with possible
ramifications regarding the homeowners located along Wymore Road in regard to reimbursement for
any landscaping damage that occurs during the wall demolition and subsequent rebuilding along
Wymore Road. The Motion was withdrawn; a committee was appointed to negotiate with the
"volunteer" as well as the party located to the South of the Guardhouse, an acceptable figure for
reimbursement for any and all damage to landscaping located within the easement area of the new
wall construction. The committee will consist of Steve Erlacher, Win Adams, and Alec String.

A Motion was made that Cliff Fancher act on behalf of the Board of Directors to inform and discuss
the Forthcoming new Covenants and Restrictions; obtain 68 signatures of residents living within
Section One. One Board member will accompany Mr. Fancher upon his endeavors with each
homeowner. The Motion was seconded and discussed with some hesitation as to Mr. Fancher's
appointment to this position. Discussed scenario of not obtaining all 68 signatures. Legal precedence
set; must go back to the Root of Title. The Motion to appoint Mr. Fancher as volunteer to obtain
Section One signatures passed with a majority vote of 8 for and 1 against. The Secretary, Katherine
Erlacher, cast the nay vote.

Section Two was discussed. A Motion was made and seconded to hold a special general meeting on
August 4, 2001, regarding reinstatement of Covenant and Restrictions. Pat McGroarty to copy and
distribute Proxies and Meeting notification. The Motion passed with a majority vote of 8 for and 1
absent as the Director left meeting early.

Bud Raike to help with writing of community newsletter to inform of meeting, current business, etc.

Mr. Fancher’s objections to the Associations attorneys MRTA documents presented in lieu of Mr.
Fancher’s absence by the President, Steve Erlacher. Discussed.

A Motion was made to solicit Association Attorney to draft letter stating only change to Covenants and
Restrictions is removal of the word "Developer" and adding the term "Homeowner Association". The
Motion was seconded and passed with majority of Directors votes (8 in favor and 1 being absent).

A Motion was made to approve the budget. Motion seconded and passed with majority of Directors (8
in favor, 1 absent).
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:10pm.

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Steve Erlacher, President
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                                      Spring Lake Association
                                     90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                    Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                      Special General Membership Meeting Regarding Mrta
                                        August 8, 2001

A special meeting of the General membership of Spring Lake Association was held on Saturday,
August 8, 2001 at the Spring Lake Hills playground. The following Directors were present: Steve
Erlacher, Win Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher, Alec String, Lorrie Stewart, Bud Raike, and
Dick Copeland. Dan Copeland was absent. 97 members registered (this figure does not include
members who arrived after the meeting began and did not register).

The meeting was called to order at 1:50pm by the president. Necessity of meeting discussed. History
of MRTA as it relates to the community discussed. Board became aware of the MRTA "problem"
approximately 01/2000. Few people knew, as it was not brought to the attention of the entire
community. 11/2000 Annual meeting; a motion was passed unanimously by the members present at
the annual meeting to adopt the resolution for continuing the Covenants and Restrictions for Spring
Lake Hills community. However when the president attempted to file the extension with the county the
Clerk of the Court did not accept it, as it was not the correct document(s). The law firm of Clayton and
McCullough was hired by the Association to assist with issues pertaining to the wall as well as MRTA.
The community is divided into 6 sections all individually under the Covenants and Restrictions;
sections one and two have already expired. It was discussed at previous Board meeting and
subsequently passed to enlist the help of a "volunteer" who would walk door-to-door within section
one to obtain all needed notarized signatures to reinstate the Covenants and Restrictions for section
one. The "volunteer" declined to do the same for section two thus the Board was searching for a
"volunteer" to assist with this task. However this issue may become mute depending on the outcome
noted in the following paragraph.

Attorney Neil McCullough was present at the meeting and explained MRTA, generally and as it
pertains to the community. Major reasons it is important to keep Covenants and Restrictions: 1) to
enhance property values, 2) keep our private roads and 3) our security. In order to accomplish the
task of maintaining Covenants and Restriction we must deal with the MRTA issue. Section one and
two Declaration is over 30 years old; there was some discussion as if it has already expired or if an
amendment from 1975, which dealt with the common area may be used to "grandfather" in and thus
extend the C & R’s until 2005. Mr. McCullough and a community member, Mr. Hadley, will work
together to determine the validity of this issue. Mr. McCullough fielded all questions from community
members regarding the MRTA issue. Members present voiced their opinions regarding the C &
R’s/MRTA issue.

It was recommended to go ahead with the vote to extend the C & R’s and continue to pursue MRTA.
The hand counts vote read 56 yes votes with 3 no. The certified ballots read 76 yes votes and 4 no
votes. Proxy Ballots given to Board of Directors 44 yes and 2 no (certified votes 41 yes and 1 no);
Proxy Ballots given to non-Board of Director member 0 yes and 11 no (certified votes 0 yes and 10
no). The motion passed to preserve the C & R’s.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Stephen Erlacher, President



                                   NO MEETING MINUTES SEP 01



                                       Spring Lake Association
                                      90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                     Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                         October 6, 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on October 6, 2001 at the Spring Lake Hills playground.
The following Directors were present: Steve Erlacher, Win Adams, Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher,
Dan Copeland, Bud Raike, Alec String, and Lorrie Stewart. Dick Copeland was absent. Approximately
5 residents were present. The President called the meeting to Order at 2:05pm.

Discussed Pelski house addition plans. A motion was made to accept plans as submitted to Board on
this date. Construction to meet all county codes. Motion passed unanimously.

In November, the terms of 3 Board members will end (Pat McGroarty, Kathy Erlacher, and Lorrie
Stewart); Pat indicated he would run again. A nomination committee was formed with Dan Copeland
to chair, in order to seek out eligible candidates for the annual meeting ballot. The annual meeting will
be held on Saturday, November 10, 2001 at 2:00pm. Bud, Lorrie, and Dan will form food and
amenities committee. Bud Raike will send newsletter with date announcement as well as need for
board member nominations.

Discussed problems with noise coming from the new office buildings located near the playground;
many complaints from residents. Board is unable to rectify problem as out of our jurisdiction;
residents who have issues with noise can call police department and complain, as there is a noise
ordinance in effect from 10:00pm through 7:00am. Discussed letter received by certain residents
affected by upcoming sewer line construction within our community. Bud Raike will include a copy of
the letter from the city in the upcoming newsletter.

Discussed anticipated expenses/income for 2001. Appears will have deficit this year as a result of
MRTA issue and resulting attorney fees. Briefly discussed the MRTA issue - Terry Hadley still in
conversation with Association attorney in regard to "date" issue i.e. disagreement as to expiration
date. They will continue to explore and inform Board as to their resolution. Appears
dues/assessments will increase from $185.00/quarter for 2001 to $230.00/quarter for the year 2002.
Discussed options available for 2002 budget. Will have attorney draw Resolutions to present to
general membership 1) Resolution to increase dues/assessment to $230.00/quarter. 2) Resolution to
combine the wall fund/block wall fund, and special project fund into one fund called the Capital
Projects fund. 3) Resolution to cease collecting for the paving fund for the year 2002 only.

Discussed new address book; Terri S. handling.
Discussed legal matter of small claims court action; foliage planted outside of resident’s property (in
community property) was destroyed during construction of new wall. Resident demanded
reimbursement from Association for destroyed foliage. Mediation previously held was unsuccessful
and the Judge held it over for trial, which will occur on Thursday, October 18, 2001. It was the
consensus of the Board to proceed with the trial and let the Judge make a determination, as it
appears with documentation the foliage destroyed was located outside of the resident’s property.

Irma requested permission to replace dead plants located in the community entrance. Irma will obtain
new plants on as needed basis in an effort to beautify our entrance.

Discussed need for guards to be more diligent in their duties i.e. secure neighborhood. Guards to be
given clipboard with forms to obtain from guests their time of entry as well as their vehicle license
plate number and whom they are visiting.

Community clean-up day set for October 27, 2001 at 9:30am. Meet at playground and beautify the
surrounding area. All residents are welcome and urged to partake of this meaningful project. Bud will
include notification in the upcoming newsletter.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by the President at 3:15pm.

Katherine Erlacher, Secretary
Stephen Erlacher, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                    Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                     90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                    Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                       November 17, 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on November 16, 2001 at the Springs Lake Hills
playground. The following Directors were present, Steve Erlacher, Dan Copeland, Alec String, Scott
Kemper-Lynch, Brian Pelski, Cliff Fancher, Pat McGroarty, and Win Adams. Bud Raike was absent.
Approximately 15 residents were present. The President called the meeting to Order at 2: 10 pm.

Board members were elected for new positions to the Board. The Director's duties/positions were
voted on as follows: President: Bud Raike, Vice President: Win Adams, Treasurer: Pat McGroarty ,
Secretary: Scott Kemper-Lynch, Maintenance: Brian Pelski, Architectural Review: Steve Erlacher,
Security: Dan Copeland, Welcoming: Cliff Fancher, At Large: Alec String. Authorized check signers
for the Board of Directors: Pat McGroarty, Dan Copeland, Bud Raike, and Alec String.

Steve Erlacher read a letter stating that an error occurred while counting ballots and noted Cliff
Fancher had not received the number of votes first stated which secured his position on the Board.
Mr. Fancher discussed in great detail the margin for error and wanted a general understanding of the
loss of 5 votes. The Board decided that regardless of error in tallying the vote, Cliff Fancher would be
a welcome asset to the Board.

Discussed proposed budget. On behalf of Spring Lake Hills residents, Phil Murawski asked for an
understanding of expenditures. Residents asked for a total dollar amount for association dues. Some
confusion noted when discussing association dues as well as special assessments. Residents spoke
of not wanting to hear different breakdowns, rather a quarterly/yearly total for dues paid the
association. Discussed the need to re-establish assessments in order to maintain current
expenditures as well as sustain a $16,818.00 carry over from the 2000 and 2001 budgets. Appears
that a figure of $896.00 per household per year is proposed.

Discussed the MRTA issue. Appears we are close to a resolution, however some residents still
maintain great concern as to the potential of declining property values if Title should become clouded
due to this issue. Mr. Adams discussed the increase of dues by $30 per household per quarter to
insure that our investment remains secure. Appears that paper work is ready for sections 1 & 2 to
sign to maintain their position as part of Spring Lake Hills. We are waiting for the go ahead from
attorneys to proceed. Some residents disagree with this issue stating that by taking the higher ground
and a more positive approach, that perhaps the MRTA issue may have never become a problem.

Discussed the Crime Bulletin delivered by Seminole County Sheriff Dept. concerning a number of car
break-ins and associated thefts in the past two weeks in Spring Lake Hills. Once again, we discussed
the need for the guards to be more diligent in maintaining the integrity of the entrance for the safety of
all residents. A suggestion was made by a resident to take down license plate numbers of all non
residents. In addition, some residents would feel more secure by keeping the exit gates closed at all
times, except when a resident is leaving our community .It is seen by some as an inconvenience,
however, if we wish for security and safety to prevail, serious efforts need to be made to insure the
safety of our residents.

Discussed obtaining plans for the Wymore Road expansion, and how the expansion will effect Spring
Lake Hills. Appears that Spring Lake Hills is the only community on Wymore Road that does not have
a side walk in front of our subdivision. Any new subdivision in accordance with county regulations
must have an accessible sidewalk on both sides of the street for the safety and well being of
pedestrians. Although grand fathered by this law, we need to be sure that this significant difference
can not in any way devalue our homes for future resale. The proposed expansion would likely have
the sidewalk within only 2 feet of the actually roadway, which in itself can certainly be unsafe. The
final issue with the expansion is the possible relocation of the telephone/utility poles located just on
the outside of our wall. A complete plan and understanding of this expansion has been requested by
the Board of Directors.

There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned by the President at 3 :22 pm.

Scott Kemper-Lynch, Secretary
Bud Raike, President

                                     Spring Lake Association, Inc
                                      90 Spring Lake Hills Drive
                                     Altamonte Springs. Fl 32714

                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                       November 24. 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on November 24,2001 at the Spring Lake Hills
playground. The following Directors were present, Steve Erlacher, Dan Copeland, Scott Kemper-
Lynch, Cliff Fancher, Pat McGroarty, Win Adams and Bud Raike. Brian Pelski and Alec String were
absent. Approximately 5 residents were present. The President called the meeting to Order at
10:00am.

Discussed Budget for 2002. The proposed budget would be divided into 3 categories:
Operating Expense (Basic Budget)
Legal Fund
Capital Improvement Fund

1. Operating Fund- would be based on $145.00 per quarter per household to cover basic operating
expenses. This proposal included a reduction in Legal Expense to $1,500.00 as well as an added
contingency expense of $2,400.00. A motion to vote on this proposal was tabled until all three
categories were discussed by the Board.

2. Legal Fund- this would include a previous operating loss of $16,818.00 from budget years 2000
and 2001, and future MRTA projections of $8,500.00 for a total of $25,500.00 divided by 220
households would create a special assessment of $29.00 per household per quarter. A motion to vote
on this proposal was tabled until the final category was discussed by the Board.

3. Capital Improvement Fund-also includes the Wall Fund as voted by Spring Lake Hills Residents.
This proposal is based on a $92,000 loan for the wall. This would create a reserve of $12,863.00 for
future improvement of our community. This would create a special assessment of $50.00 per
household per quarter. A motion to vote on this proposal was tabled until categories one and two
have been voted upon.

Recap of Proposed Association Dues:

Basic Operating Budget            $145.00
Legal Fund                         $29.00
Capital Improvement/Wall           $50.00
Total                             $224.00 per household per quarter
All three categories of the proposed budget were approved with a unanimous vote by the Board of
Directors.

Discussed the Board working with Cliff to obtain information and recover content to once again have
the Spring Lake Hills web site. Cliff Fancher declined any payment to be made him for any materials,
tactile nor intellectual.

The Board heard a request from Phil Murawski to volunteer his services to reestablish and maintain
the Spring Lake Hills web site. There was a motion to table the request until further details concerning
reestablishing the site and fees can be obtained.

Discussed having a new and larger Billboard at the gate house for all residents to be better informed
of meetings and other activities of this community. Phil Murawski will obtain an estimate.

Discussed doing the necessary Statutory filing for sections 3, 4, & 5 at approximate cost of $500.00.
A resolution would have to be created in order for this to occur. Cliff has requested a copy of the
Statutory filing that was previously done with sections 3, 4 and 5.

No status known on MRTA at this time

There will be a Special Meeting held December 15, 2001

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by the President at 11:22 am.

Scott Kemper-Lynch, Secretary
Bud Raike, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                               Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                    December 15 and 22, 2001


                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                       December 15, 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on December 15,2001 at the Springs Lake Hills
playground. The following Directors were present, Steve Erlacher, Dan Copeland, Scott Kemper-
Lynch, Cliff Fancher, Pat McGroarty, Win Adams, Bud Raike, Brian Pelski and Alec String. Residents
in attendance signed in and a quorum of homeowners was present. The President called the meeting
to Order at 10:10am.

Bud Raike began by announcing the format of the meeting in order to insure all topics would be
discussed in an orderly manner and homeowners would be welcome to speak following each topic. .

Discussed the Basic Operating Expense Budget. It would total $128,200 @ $145.00 per household
pet quarter based on 220 homes. This very expense was voted down at a previously held special
meeting on November 10,2001. The President discussed the necessity of passing this budget in
order to maintain security at the gates as well as street lights.

Discussed Security Enforcement. There is a problem with speeding in SLH, as well as break ins and
boat theft. Residents discussed Guard service being less than desirable especially late at night. Dan
Copeland validated concerns of residents to assure them that Security is apriority , however would
not be an easy task to change over night. Asked for input from homeowners and time to put new
measures before the Board in order to insure the safety of our residents. There are still homeowners
who express anger that their visiting children be stopped at the gate before being able to enter. Dan
Copeland suggested that although there frustrations are warranted, we must come to an agreement
that will benefit the majority of the residents of SLH. Win Adams motioned to table motion for Basic
Operating Expense Budget and move on to next budget item. Motion seconded by resident.

Discussed MRTA Legal Expenses. Motion from Win Adams to adopt Legal Expense as 2002 budget
item. Neil, our Attorney on retainer as well as Terry Hadley, our resident Attorney were both in
attendance for an open discussion concerning the MRTA issue.

Our Attorney on retainer discussed needing 100% participation in order to make sections 1 & 2 once
again part of the Spring Lake Hills Association. Terry Hadley has a professional difference of opinion
in regard to the expiration date for sections 1&2. Mr. Hadley believes that Association documents for
sections 1&2 have not yet expired. <![endif]>

Hence forth the friendly lawsuit in hopes of bringing the MRTA issue before a Judge who will make a
definitive decision on which date is correct and re establish sections 1&2 as part of the Association.
Spring Lake Hills has a resident Real Estate Attorney who suggests the filing for sections 1&2 while
waiting for MRTA to be completed. The approximate time for resolution is 60 days following the date
of filing. Discussed many residents not being in agreement that documents for sections 1 &2 have
expired.

Residents proposed going door to door in sections 1 &2 to insure risk reduction to re establish
sections 1&2. Discussed that the Board Of Directors may indeed bill retroactive for any association
dues in arrears from residents in sections 1 &2 at the time those sections are once again part of the
Association. A resident in attendance simplified conversation among residents by concluding that the
$25,000 in Legal Expenses was dollars already spent in 200 land is not anew line item for Budget
year 2002.

A vote was called by Win Adams to table item #2 Legal Expense. Motion approved to table item #2.
Motion by Charles Silverman to second that motion so that the Board may continue.

Discussed Capital Improvement/Wall Fund. Questioned whether Seminole County would be
contributing financially toward the improvement of our wall on Wymore Rd? Win Adams is in contact
with Daryl McClain, County Engineer to help resolve this issue. Discussed that of the $50.00
assessment for the Wall Fund, $35,000 of those funds will go to pay for the work already completed
on the entry of our community .Discussed that in 1999 figures relative to the replacement of the block
wall were approximately $200,000. Since that time an Engineering survey was completed at a cost of
nearly $3,500.00 and has determined that we have afar greater concern than just the aesthetics of
the wall. We now have issues concerning it being a viable retaining wall for our community. To
reconstruct a wall of this magnitude, the overall cost estimates have been closer to $500,000.00 .

Win Adams voted to table the motion for item #3. Motion was seconded by Paul Baltzer . The Board
of Directors and residents then voted on the three issues. The results are:

Item 1. Basic Operating Expense: Passed Unanimously (including proxy votes) Item 2. Legal
Expense Budget: 59 yes /16 no (including proxy votes) Passed Unanimously.

Item 3. Capital Improvement Fund/Wall Fund: Passed Overwhelmingly and Unanimously.

There were 72 residents in attendance and verified by the Treasurer . There were 22 Proxies.

Recap of Association Dues:

1. Basic Operating Budget $145.00

2. Legal Fund $ 29.00

3. Capital Improvement/Wall $ 50.00

Total $224:00 per household per quarter

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by the President at 11:15am.

The Board Of Directors appreciate~ and respects the cultural, ethnic and religious diversity of our
community .Our goal in scheduling association meetings is to obtain a quorum of residents, and will
schedule meetings accordingly. We welcome and appreciate your attendance at our meetings.

Scott Kemper-Lynch, Secretary
Bud Raike, President

                        MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
                                     DECEMBER 22, 2001

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on December 22,2001 at the Springs Lake Hills
playground. The following Directors were present, Steve Erlacher, Dan Copeland, Alec String, Scott
Kemper-Lynch, Brian Pelski, Pat McGroarty and Bud Raike. Win Adams and Cliff Fancher were
absent. Approximately 23 residents were present. The President called the meeting to Order at
10:00am

Agenda: Guard Compensation, Property @ 145 Springwood Trail, Flag Pole.

Discussed Guard compensation/bonus for Budget year 2002. The Board Of Directors approved the
following salary increases for guards: Art Rothstein $ .20 per hour, John Shaw $ .20 per hour, Jim
Sponsler $ .25 per hour, John Moore $ .25 per hour. Annual bonuses were approved for the guards
as follows: Art Rothstein $250, John Shaw $225, Jim Sponsler $150 and John Moore $200.

Residents discussed approval of increase in wage and annual bonus, with an understanding that
more will be expected from the guards from this point forward. Dan Copeland asked for volunteers to
form a committee of residents to review rules and policies and then ensuring that they be enforced by
security. The committee consists of Dan Copeland, Kevin Schloot, Jeff Peluso, and Tom Siegfried.

Discussed the obvious physical obsolescence of 145 Springwood Trail. The property has become a
health and safety hazard to the residents of Spring Lake Hills. Immediate attention must be given to
the following areas to reduce the liability to our association. Pool cleaning service, Pest Control,
General Contractor to board up all doors and windows to eliminate the risk to children who have been
seen playing inside the home. Neighbors complained of rats, a stagnate green pool, and overall
degradation of the property .The homeowner Mrs. Traub has been notified a number of times over the
last several years and has failed to comply with SLH Covenants and Restrictions governed by the
Spring Lake Hills Board Of Directors. All services performed to resolve any immediate danger to
fellow residents will be billed to Mrs. Traub and subsequently recorded as a lien on the property by
SLH Association until the bill is paid. Seminole County Code Enforcement will also be contacted in
hopes of finding the property in direct violation and spawn the homeowner to make necessary
changes to a home that is in total disrepair. The Board is now ready to take immediate action to finally
resolve this long standing eye sore in the community .

Discussed homes in the subdivision that are also in direct violation of SLH Covenants and
Restrictions and must be addressed immediately. Operating a business out of your home in Spring
Lake Hills is strictly forbidden and well as the parking of commercial vehicles, which includes
excessive traffic to and from those homes. The homes in violation are:

120 Spring Lake Hills Drive
165 Spring Lake Hills Drive

These residents will be notified by registered mail and will have limited opportunity to rectify the
situation before the Board take further action.

A committee was formed to assist Scott Kemper-Lynch and the Board Of Directors in of residents in
violation of SLH Covenants and Restrictions. The volunteers are Bob Adams, Larry Koch and Paul
Baltzer.

Teri Siciliano located at 145 Spring Lake Hills Drive discussed a large pothole at the end of her drive
way and was unsure where responsibility fell to correct the problem. Board Member Brian Pelski
addressed her concern and scheduled a visit to pursue correction of the problem.

Discussed the removal of the original chain link fence that runs along the south side of the
playground. There is now a brick wall there and no need to continue using the chain link fence. Mike
Culver agreed to help Brian Pelski contact the owner on the north side to see whether it is allowable
for SLH Association to use and maintain the five foot strip of land between the fence and wall if said
fence is removed.

Bud Raike discussed the need to have a flag pole installed in front of the gate house for Spring Lake
Hills. Due to assessments in this year's budget, it was determined that a more suitable means for
raising funds for the flag pole would be through donations.

Marti Murray agreed to make a chart to monitor the progress as funds continue to be raised.

Discussed the up keep for the canal. The canal is an essential part of the community, and in past
years as well as currently the canal has been maintained by residents with property adjacent the
canal. Donations have also been a source of procuring the canal in past years. SLH Board Of
Directors will look at adding the maintenance of the canal as a line item for budget year 2003.

Discussed the community still in need of a sealed bulletin board in order to post special meetings as
well as other important information for residents. Resident Phil Murawski was going to obtain an
estimate for us. Still no word or estimate from Phil.

Teri Siciliano is currently working on a new directory for SLH. If you have any new, information she
may be contacted at 407-862-5514. Anyone wanting to place an ad in the directory to help pay for
printing please contact Teri.

There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned by the President at 11 :02am

Scott Kemper-Lynch, Secretary
Bud Raike, President
________________________________________________________________________________




                                       << 2002 >>


                                  NO MEETING MINUTES JAN 02



                               Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                        February 16, 2002

A meeting of the Board of Directors was held on February 16, 2002 at the home of Springs Lake Hills
BOD President Bud Raike. The following Directors were present, Steve Erlacher, Dan Copeland,
Scott Kemper-Lynch, Pat McGroarty, Win Adams, Bud Raike, Brian Pelski and Alec String. Cliff
Fancher was absent. There were two homeowners present. The President called the meeting to
Order at 1:10p.m.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Discussed the replacement of Security Guards. A full time replacement for the position vacated by Art
Rothstein is Justin Herber. Justin is a SLH resident. We now have 3 full time guards. New uniforms
are needed for the guards at a total cost of $500.00.

Discussed Security Enforcement. Security personnel will be getting more strict as of April, 2002. Any
resident who has regular visitors i.e.: lawn maintenance, house keeping etc. is asked to submit a list
of those persons to the gate house so that they may be allowed to enter. If said persons do not
appear on the pre-submitted list, they WILL NOT be permitted to proceed through the gate. This will
be enforced strictly for ALL RESIDENTS. We encourage all homeowners to take time and make a list
with all pertinent information in order to make this security measure beneficial to everyone.

Discussed continued progress toward getting property at 145 Springwood Trail to comply with SLH
Covenants and Restrictions. Pursuant to the deadline given the homeowner, the BOD made a motion
to turn over the legal proceedings to attorneys. The Board voted unanimously to let attorneys take
legal action. Discussed other homeowners in violation of the Covenants and Restrictions of SLH.
Residents at 120 Spring Lake Hills Drive have removed plastic from roof. Still not in compliance in
other areas relating to SLH Covenants and Restrictions. There was a letter sent to the homeowners
by our attorneys and to date have not received a response. The BOD will be responding to a letter
written by residents at 185 West Spring Lake Hills Drive who are in violation of SLH Covenants, and
Restrictions. The BOD has received complaints of a lawn service trailer is parked in the driveway
located on Spring Lake Hills Drive.

Discussed the need for a sign board for all residents to be notified of any events, meetings, etc. There
was an overwhelming response for the Flag Pole Fund Raiser and with approximately $600 left over,
we will be moving forward in acquiring such a sign. Phil Murawski has been diligently working on
different scenarios that would be beneficial to the homeowners of Spring Lake Hills. An additional
$500.00 can be made available if necessary for this project and would be taken from the Construction
Fund. Suggestions have been made that the best location perhaps is the island just inside the gate
prior to exiting our subdivision. There was a motion for Phil Murawski to proceed for best possible
solution. There was a second to the motion and voted on unanimously.

Discussed the overwhelming frustration of homeowner's who are continually missed " when yard
waste management does not pick up on a regular basis. Many different ideas were discussed with a
final resolution of all homeowners calling Seminole County and complaining. Enough complaints will
result in a fine being placed upon the waste management company which will in turn ensure better
service to our community.

BOD discussed receipt of invoice from Mr. And Mrs. Fancher for property damage sustained while the
new entrance was being constructed.

Discussed complaint concerning property located on Lake Destiny Trail. Complaint sites a fence as
well as an out building. The BOD will review and research records to see if a variance was given to
the homeowner at any time. If no variances were given, then the BOD will assess any violations that
may have occurred.

Discussed the need for a dumpster to be placed at the playground for the demolition of the chain link
fence the runs along the wall. For neighborhood convenience, any available space in the dumpster
may be used by residents for spring clean up of any construction debris that may be lingering around
the house. Paint, stains, and all other toxic/hazardous materials may not be placed in the dumpster.

Discussed the design for any real estate signs that are placed within our subdivision. The BOD
decided that the same logo used for our car decals.
There will be special stickers issued for all maintenance workers to place on their vehicles for entry
into SLH.

The BOD directors rejects the current plans proposed for the expansion of Wymore Rd. The BOD is
in agreement that our number one priority is our pedestrians and children. We believe that the current
plans will directly effect property values and make SLH a sub standard Seminole County subdivision.

The BOD received a letter inviting the Board to explore long term care insurance policies. The BOD
rejected taking any official position regarding literature distribution to homeowners.

The BOD heard suggestions concerning the cleaning and re-surfacing of the Tennis Courts.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by the President at 2:45pm.

Bud Raike, President
Scott Kemper-Lynch, Secretary



                              NO MEETING MINUTES MAR 02 – AUG 02



                             Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                        September 27, 2002

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on September 27, 2002, at the home of the
Board President Bud Raike. The following Directors were present: Bud Raike, Win Adams, Pat
McGroarty, Brian Pelski, Steve Erlacher, Alec String, and Howard McDonald. Scott Kemper-Lynch
and Dan Copeland were absent. Two other residents were present. The President called the meeting
to Order just after 7:00 p.m.

Mr. Raike passed out an agenda for discussion.

Items Discussed:

Marketable Title Rights Act (MRTA) – Board members Win Adams and Brian Pelski volunteered to
attend the hearing on October 2, 2002 @ 1:30 p.m. before The Honorable James E. C. Perry in the
Seminole County Courthouse Courtroom M.

Covenant & Restriction Violation (C&R) Summary Judgment – Discussed status and proceedings of
the lawsuit which was filed by the BOD against Ms. Traub (145 Springwood Trail) over C&R
Violations. Mr. Raike reported that Ms. Traub is represented by counsel and has filed a response to
the BOD suit. In it she stated that the suit is not valid. Mr. Raike, as President of the BOD, is to sign
an affidavit stating that she is in violation of the C&R’s.

Wymore Road Project – Bud Raike and Win Adams mentioned hearing that as many as 17 of 18
residents living along the wall on Wymore have settled eminent domain proceedings (condemnation
case) with Seminole County. Generally, owners received $4,000 in damages plus $2,000 for
reimbursement of attorney’s fees. Win Adams mentioned that he has not settled and intends to fight
the condemnation case on the basis that the road widening, as currently proposed, will leave the
subdivision without a sidewalk between Wymore Road and the SLH wall. According to Mr. Adams,
new subdivisions developed today are required to provide sidewalks and Mr. Adams would like to see
the County provide one to make SLH conform to current subdivision standards. Mr. Pelski mentioned
how ugly the number of overhead power poles are along Wymore and wondered if the plans called
for burying the lines during the road widening. Mr. Raike and Mr. Adams didn’t recall seeing such in
the plans for the widening but Mr. Adams agreed to look into it and discuss it with his personal
counsel during his pending litigation over the widening.
Discussions ensued on the BOD representation by Gray Harris & Robinson, and issues regarding the
wall easement. Mr. Raike, Mr. Adams, and Mr. Erlacher expressed dissatisfaction with the legal
representation and a motion was made by Mr. Adams, seconded by Mr. Erlacher to change its
representation from Gray Harris & Robinson to Clayton McCulloch; the same firm handling the MRTA
suit on behalf of SLH. President Raike abstained and the vote carried with all remaining BOD
members voting in favor of the change.

Wall Committee – A SLH committee is to be formed to begin study on replacing the wall along
Wymore.

C & R Violation – An anonymous letter was received that referenced nine violations to the C & R
pertaining to boats and trailers. Of nine alleged violations seven were contacted by the President prior
to the BOD meeting and about half immediately responded with corrective actions. The Vice-
President, Mr. Adams, was to follow up with the remaining residents. Residents should be aware that
failure to comply with the verbal requests will be followed with a Notice of Violation of C & R by our
legal firm and the resident will be assessed the firm’s cost for that notice.

Backflow Devices at Guardhouse Entrance - State mandated backflow devices have finally been
installed at the guardhouse. Members of the Board negotiated with the City of Altamonte Springs to
pay for one device and receive three more from the City without additional cost. While the project was
completed without approval from the entire Board, no one spoke against such action, and most were
just relieved to have the issue behind them and SLH. The cost of the one device and installation of all
four was approximately $1,180.

Tree Trimming - The trees in the SLH Entranceway were recently trimmed at a cost of $250.

Security Status – As of the BOD meeting only 60% of the residents had responded with lists of
approved guests into SLH. November 1, 2002 is the official beginning date for more restricted access
into the neighborhood. The BOD reiterated its position that unauthorized guests will no longer be
allowed through the gates without prior notification given to the guards. It was also reported that the
guards would like a second shirt be included as part of their uniform. Members of the BOD seemed
surprised that the guards only had one shirt and questioned how they can be expected to always
report with a clean shirt if they don’t have a spare.

Trees, Vines, etc. along the Wall on Wymore – The BOD wanted to remind those along the wall of
their responsibility to trim vegetation from encroaching over the wall. Mr. Adams offered to the BOD
that he was one that needed to trim vegetation from the wall along his rear property line and agreed
to do so the following weekend.

Agenda for Potential Special Meeting - The BOD deemed a special meeting unnecessary pending
final decision on the MRTA lawsuit. Any other major issues would be discussed at the upcoming
Annual Meeting.

Other Business (Halloween) – Mr. String stated that he had heard from several residents that there
was a desire to observe Halloween and have Trick or Treating in the subdivision on October 31. Mr.
Pelski noted that he to had received similar requests. No one opposed and Trick or Treating was to
be held on Thursday, October 31 between 6:00 and 9:30 p.m. Notice would be given to residents
asking them to leave a porch light on or provide other festive decorations to indicate participation in
Halloween activities.

Other Business (Garage Sales & Open Houses) - The BOD discussed a request by Mr. Cliff Fancher
for reconsideration of the BOD policy prohibiting garage and yard sales. The BOD reaffirmed its
position that garage sales and open houses jeopardize the overall security of SLH and are not
permitted. Furthermore, it was determined that Open House guests must be escorted by the agent or
owner. Mr. Pelski and Mr. Raike questioned what would unauthorized access into our neighborhood
for Open Houses say to potential buyers about the security in SLH?

Other Business (Mischief) – Mr. Pelski reported hearing about two cases of mischief vandalism
including inappropriate use of eggs and kitty litter. In one case the perpetrators were identified, their
parents were called, and the clean up occurred immediately during the wee hours of the morning.

Other Business (Dogs) – Mr. Adams reported meeting with the Stokes whose dogs were reported to
occasionally run loose through parts of the neighborhood and scare some residents. He went on to
report that the dogs, which have knocked over one child, are generally considered rather friendly, and
only knocked over the child in an attempt to play. The owner has already taken corrective measures
to eliminate this from happening in the future and has installed a security fence and a control collar.

There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned by the President around 8:00 p.m.

Brian Pelski, Secretary Pro-temp
Bud Raike, President
Jean Alexander, Secretary



                                   NO MEETING MINUTES OCT 02



                                         Minutes Of The
                          2002 Annual Homeowners Association Meeting
                          November 23, 2002 At The SLH Recreation Area

Board of Directors present: President – Bud Raike, Vice President - Win Adams, Treasurer - Pat
McGroarty, Secretary Pro-temp - Brian Pelski, Steve Erlacher, Alec String, Howard McDonald, and
Dan Copeland. Scott Kemper-Lynch was absent.

The President called the meeting to Order at 10:22 a.m.

Residents Present: 48 homes were represented, barely constituting a quorum. In fact, phone calls
were made from the park to remind several homeowners of the meeting.

Presidential Recognition’s: The President began by recognizing resident attorney Terry Hadley for his
pro-bono assistance in resolving the Spring Lake Hills (SLH) Marketable Title Records Act (MRTA)
issues. The President then recognized former SLH Security Chief and resident Art Rothstein who
retired during the year from his security post after 15 years of service. Mr. Rothstein was absent from
the meeting.

The minutes from the 2001 Annual HOA Meeting were read by Brian Pelski and then accepted by the
Board of Directors (Motion from Win Adams, seconded by Bud Raike).

Board member and Chairman of the Nominating Committee, Howard McDonald presented the
nominees for the 2003 Board of Directors. Nominees included Darlene Tyree, Jean Alexander, Ken
Heimlich, Pat McGroarty, Teri Siciliano, and Win Adams. Individually the nominees then made brief
statements about themselves.

The Board of Director Reports followed:

President Bud Raike mentioned that the new flagpole that was erected during the year as a result of
contributions made by the residents. He stated that back flow prevention devices were installed at the
guardhouse in order to comply with the City of Altamonte Springs and State regulations. Mr. Raike
reported two cases of Covenant & Restriction (C&R) Violations within the subdivision during the year
that ended up with letters being written to the residents on behalf of the BODs. One resident complied
with the request by the BOD rather quickly. The other ended up in a lawsuit and the homeowner
ultimately completed repairs to the home. Mr. Raike reported as many as 11 other C&R violations that
were discussed and handled by the BODs during the year. As of the Annual Meeting all but four were
resolved. The MRTA issue was discussed and it was stated that C&Rs are in effect for all Sections of
SLH. A vote was originally to be held on the date of the 2002 Annual Meeting to extend the C&Rs for
Sections 1 & 2 but is to be postponed until the 2003 Annual Meeting. The current C&Rs extend
through 2007. Sections 3, 4, & 5 were extended during 2001.

Vice President Win Adams gave an update on the Wymore Road widening project and discussed its
impact on the safety and home values within SLH.

Director of Security Dan Copeland discussed the issues with tending to the guardhouse issues during
the year and the more stringent enforcement of Standard Operating Procedures by the guards.

Treasurer Pat McGroarty stated how the loan for the brick wall replacement project was paid off in full
during the year. He also suggested that now is the time to start planning for the block wall
replacement along Wymore Road. Lastly, Mr. McGroarty made note that the 2001 operating deficit
was made up over 2002.

Secretary Pro-temp, Maintenance Director, and Newsletter Editor Brian Pelski mentioned that he has
been serving as the Secretary Pro-temp since Scott Kemper-Lynch left the BOD in September for
personal reasons. He noted a few of the more significant projects that were completed this year
outside of normal maintenance.
(1) Removal of the chain link fence and vegetation overgrowth on the south side of the SLH
Recreation Area. Volunteers within the subdivision did this work. (2) The air conditioner and
refrigerator were replaced in the guardhouse. (3) The signs describing the SLH recreation area
guidelines were replaced and replacement signs for the entrance of the canal on Lake Destiny have
been ordered. And (4) the BOD worked with Seminole County and Republic Services to establish
more consistent waste collection practices within the subdivision. Several representatives from the
County and Republic attended a SLH BOD meeting to discuss the matter. Mr. Pelski mentioned that
six newsletters were distributed under the 2002 BOD term. He stated that as editor his focus in the
newsletters was (1) emphasizing volunteerism of the residents (2) inviting residents to the BOD
meetings (which still averaged only 3-4 persons per meeting), (3) notifying the residents of BOD
actions by providing summaries of the BOD meetings in each newsletter, and (4) offering newsletter
distribution to residents via email.
Welcoming Director Howard McDonald mentioned that 16 new residents have made SLH their home
during the year.

The President presented the Motion for Approval of the 2003 Operating Budget. The motion was so
moved by Terry Hadley and seconded by Win Adams. Minor discussion ensued. The motion was
called to vote and all but one resident in attendance voted to pass the motion including 19 proxy
votes for approval and none opposed. The motion carried.

The President then presented the Motion for Approval of the 2003 Capital Projects Budget. The
motion was moved by Win Adams and seconded by Howard McDonald. The President asked for a
presentation by former BOD Dick Copeland on the need for repairs to the tennis courts and what was
done during the year in terms of maintenance of the tennis courts, basketball courts, and playground
equipment. He went on to discuss two bids for court refurbishment. Minimal discussion ensued and
the vote was called. All residents present voted for approval as well as 15 of 19 proxy votes. The
motion carried.

Howard McDonald presented the results of the BOD election and presented the new members as
follows: Jean Alexander (76 votes), Ken Heimlich (71 votes), Darlene Tyree (57 votes), and Teri
Siciliano (54 votes). Terri Siciliano’s term is for two years, completing Scott Kemper-Lynch’s term.

The President asked for New Business.

Beth Gerber suggested that the BOD addresses all issues presented but never seems to take action
on issues surrounding the maintenance of the canal. Mr. Raike commented that the BOD looked into
it and he stated how legal representation by Clayton & McCulloch indicated that since the canal was
not community lands the BOD could not act on such issues. A representative of the firm spoke briefly
on this issue reiterating such statement. Teri Siciliano also mentioned how she would like to see the
BOD and SLH take more action regarding maintenance of the waterways.

Joe Verlander extended appreciation for outgoing Treasurer Pat McGroarty for the many years of
service he provided as a member of the BOD. Applaud followed.

A motion was made to adjourn and seconded at 11:38 a.m.

Brian Pelski, Secretary Pro-temp
Bud Raike, President

                        MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
                                     November 25, 2002

Meeting was called to order at 8:00 PM on November 25, 2002 at the home of Spring Lake Hills BOD
President, Bud Raike. The following Directors were in attendance, Bud Raike, Howard McDonald,
Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Ken Heimlich, Darlene Tyree and Alec String (Teri Siciliano and Dan
Copeland were absent. Teri Siciliano was absent due to an error in transcribing her phone number
and was not notified in time for the meeting).

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Resolution of Directors Eligibility

Discussed issues concerning the eligibility of Teri Siciliano as a Board of Directors member. Bud
explained that there are questions as to whether Teri is a homeowner. This has been put on hold
until Bud contacts Teri and all issues are resolved.

Officers Election and Director Responsibility Assignments

Director Info (phone/fax/email)

President - Bud Raike (407-862-5941)

Vice President - Howard McDonald (407-869-9540) Ccll (407-383-3443) work (407-822-3560)

Secretary - Jean Alexander (407-682-5950) cell (407-619-1224)

Treasurer - Ken Heimlich (407-682-1828) work (407-540-2282)

Arch. Review & Newsletter - Brian Pelski (407-788-2221) cell (407-920-0084) work (407-774-8818)

Security - Dan Copeland (407-786-4577)

Maintenance - Alec String (407-869-6685) work (407-869-6122)

Welcome - Darlene Tyree (407-865-6174) cell (407-375-6174)

Pat, Ken and Bud will work together to transition all financial responsibilities. Pat McGroarty will
continue to write checks until the transition is complete.

Ronald (Bud) Raike, Alec String and Howard McDonald were appointed as cosigners for the
Association checks exceeding $500.

Review draft letter to delinquent homeowners

BOD reviewed and approved letter to be sent out to delinquent homeowners.

Rothstein bonus

BOD approved $1000 retirement bonus for Art Rothstein. (This had already been proposed and
approved by the prior board with plans on presenting this to Art at the Annual Homeowners Assoc.
meeting).

Solid Waste pickup clarification

Bud contacted Seminole County and the following rules apply for waste pickup:

Call for bulky items (407-665-2260 Seminole County Customer Service). Response time is
approximately 3 days. Clarify with customer service where items are to be placed (concrete, building
material and lumber will not be picked up). Recycle yard waste must be visible from the street.

Approval for new signboard procurement

Discussed and approved $600 for new message signboard (30"x24" with 3 inch letters). Total cost of
the board is $1100 ($500 will come for the flag fund). Board will be placed in middle island by guard
shack on exit side.
Approval for guard computer system procurement

Bud consulted with his daughter and presented plans for a touch screen system for monitoring
incoming guest at the approximate cost of $2000. Other vendors will be contacted before any final
decisions are made.

Discussed and decided to put the approved tennis courts refinishing project on hold until security
issues for the tennis courts have been resolved.

Discussed the possibility of a traffic light at the entrance of SLH. Bud will contact someone in the
DOT concerning a petition for the light.

Discussed testing the soil on the playground for arsenic poisoning. Bud will contact the county.

Discussed replacing old and damaged stop signs in SLH.

Discussed creating "new homeowner packets" to be distributed by the guards, thereby, assuring that
we have immediate contact with our new residents.

There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned by the president.

Bud Raike, President
Jean Alexander, Secretary
________________________________________________________________________________

                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                       December 16, 2002

Meeting was called to order at 7:30 PM on December 16, 2002 at the home of Spring Lake Hills BOD
President, Bud Raike. The following Directors were in attendance, Bud Raike, Howard McDonald,
Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Ken Heimlich, Darlene Tyree, Alec String, Teri Siciliano and Dan
Copeland. Approximately 6 residents were present.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Tom Curry
Bud did a special tribute acknowledging Tom Curry (former BOD member and past president who
passed away 12/2002) for his dedication and service to the BOD. Brian will also follow this up in the
next newsletter.

BOD and Director Empowerment
President, Bud Raike stated it would not necessary to hold meetings for all issues and problems that
come before the board. Directors have a fiduciary relationship to all homeowners. BOD members
will have the responsibility of taking necessary action(s) required in resolving issues or problems that
are categorized as part of his or her duties and presenting the problem(s) as well as the resolution(s)
to the entire board at the next scheduled meeting.

Issue concerning Teri Siciliano as a board member is still outstanding. Bud, Teri and lawyers are still
working on the resolution. Teri has been assigned the duties of SLH water management and
playground area security.
Ken Heimlich has requested that Pat McGroaty continue to function in the capacity as treasurer
through the remainder of this year. Pat attended the meeting and presented the BOD with two
detailed reports, "Operating Fund Income and Expenses" for period ending 11/30/02 and the "Annual
Wage Analysis" reports.

Approval for Guards Wage Rates and Bonus
BOD approved bonus, wage rates and new uniforms for the guards for the year 2003. Dan Copeland
entertained and answered all questions pertaining to security thereby, assuring that the new BOD
members are in the loop as to how and why decisions are made concerning SLH security.

Approval for BOD Special Members
Motion was made and seconded to appoint the following resident as "Special Officers to the BOD":

Win Adams - Local Government Liaison

Beth Gerber - Noise Abatement Issues

Irma Sonntag - Entrance Appearance Issues

After discussion as to whether or not this was legal, the board unanimously approved the above
officers. These officers will not have the power to vote on BOD issues.

Delinquency Letters
Nine delinquent letters were mailed out, one in error. There are only 8 residents who are delinquent
in dues.

Approval for Guard Computer System Procurement
Discussed all proposals and estimates for computer system. Motion was made and seconded to
accept the proposal ($2000) that was presented at the previous meeting. BOD unanimously approved
the "Touch Screen" system for monitoring incoming guest by the guards.

Consideration of Fancher Statement
Bud gave brief overview of the Fancher issue (foliage, sprinklers, etc. damaged, in area of back yard,
during construction of entrance wall). Steve Erlacher also presented facts to the board on this issue.
After discussion of this matter, a motion was made to reimburse the Fancher's $1406. The motion
was seconded but failed with a vote of 3 in favor. After discussion, another motion was put to the
floor to reimburse the Fancher's $1000. This motion was seconded and unanimously approved by
the BOD. A letter to the Fancher's will follow notifying them of the BOD final actions on this matter.

Other Business
Dick Copeland presented a major problem of water build up on the tennis courts, basketball courts
and backyards of some of the homes in the general area of the playground. This is a result of a
retention pond (approximately 3' higher than the tennis court) located on the Sprint property adjoining
SLH. Resurfacing the courts will continue to be put on hold until this issue as well as the issue with
security of the tennis court can be resolved.

Dan is working on potentially initiating a key deposit system as a possible way of securing the tennis
courts.

Teri will work on resolving the water issue by first contacting the St. Johns River Water Management
District. Teri has already been in contact with St. Johns questioning services they might provide for
cleaning the canal and lakes in SLH (ex: supplying Carp to the canal and lakes at no cost to SLH).
Discussed, briefly, enhancing the appearance of our entrance (fertilizing, new plants for color (Royal
Lawn Care current gardener)).

Brian will continue to work with the residents at 155 Springwood Trail in making sure that their
construction complies with all regulations required by the association before recommending approval.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 9:40 pm.

Note:
Ken Heimlich, Ronald R. Raike, Alec String and Howard McDonald were approved as check signers
for the Association checks.

Bud Raike, President
Jean Alexander, Secretary
________________________________________________________________________________




                                        << 2003 >>
                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                                        January 25, 2003

Meeting was called to order, by the President, at 10:15 AM on January 25, 2003 at the SLH
playground. All Directors were in attendance; Approximately 20 residents were present.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Phil Murawski
Bud did a special thank you to Phil Murawski for all of his efforts in securing our new sign board
located at the exit gate of SLH.

Security Procedures
President, Bud Raike did an overview of our security problems. Dan Copeland passed out copies of
the "Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)" for SLH security to all in attendance. Several
homeowners voiced dissatisfaction with the service being provided by our guards. This was escalated
primarily as a result of two incidents. The first incident brought before the board involved a vehicle
that crashed through the gate on Xmas day. Residents felt that the guard on duty should have
contacted the police. There was also concern as to funding for the repair of the gate arm. Resident
paid for the repair; it will not come out of the association dues. Copies of SOP will be given to all
guards for their review after which a formal acknowledgement will be required from each of them
stating that they understand and will follow the procedures as needed. The second incident involved a
homeowner's child being admitted to SLH in spite of the fact that the homeowners had requested that
no one be admitted to his residence. Bud explained that the new computer system would hopefully
eliminate the bulk of this type of problem. Paul Paquette, SLH homeowner, volunteered to work with
Dan Copeland, SLH Security, and the guard staff to enhance our security procedures.

Delinquent Assessments
Letters were sent out to nine residents for delinquent dues. As of today, six responded, two are still
outstanding and one was sent in error. Motion was made and approved to send letters to the two who
are still outstanding. Delinquent owners will pay lawyer fees incurred for collection.

Architectural Review
Brian Pelski is seeking volunteers to serve on a newly formed Architectural Review committee.

Brian mentioned resident, Paula Hickman, 275 Spring Lake Drive, who submitted a sample shingle
for roof renovation approval. Brian researched and found that the brown asphalt-composition shingle
is the type used on approximately 90% of the homes in SLH. Brian approved the Hickman renovation
to replace the current barrel tile with the shingle submitted by the resident.

Brian read letter submitted by the Masons at 280 Rollingwood Trail concerning renovation at this
residence (pool enclosure). BOD moved and seconded the approval of the Mason renovations.

NOTE: Copy of Brian's research for the Mason project is on file.

Noise Abatement Report
Special thanks went to Beth Gerber for the many months of visits and many phone calls she made in
peacefully resolving SLH issue with loud noises coming from the adjacent properties to Lake Destiny
Trail. Trash dumpsters were being serviced anywhere from 2:15am on Saturdays and from 3:15am
on weekdays. Beth had contacts with Sprint-PCS, City of Maitland, First Capital Property Group, Inc.,
Florida Recycles and Waste Management. BOD will be sending nine thank you letters to all that
worked with Beth for this resolution.

NOTE: Copy of Beth's report for this project is on file.

Guard's Vacation Pay Request
Two guards have requested three weeks of vacation pay in advance. Dan Copeland will consult with
Pat McGroaty and Ken Heimlich and follow past procedures.

Maintenance Issues - Stop Signs, Playground Wall, Water
Water problem has been resolved and Dick Copeland was given approval to resurface the tennis
courts. Alec has obtained catalog and will be ordering stop signs for installation in the near future.

Boats and Trailers
Continuing problems of residents not complying with the covenants and restrictions. Bud has drafted
letters to be sent to three homeowners citing their failure to comply with Paragraph 10 and 5 of our
covenants and restrictions. Motion was made and approved by the BOD to send out the before
mentioned letters.

Guard Computer System Status
Software and Hardware for the computer system is complete. The database is still incomplete. The
proposed plan is to have entries for all residents. Some of the questionnaires requesting homeowner
info have not been returned.


Other Business

Discussed the possibility of SLH annexing to Altamonte Springs. It was stated that our neighbors
(Spring Valley Club) have annexed to the city. Mike Culver has volunteered to do the research and
find the advantages and/or disadvantages of annexing.
There are concerns of speeders in the neighborhood and the possibility of getting Seminole County
Sheriff to alleviate this problem.

Discussed, briefly, the Wymore Road expansion with the inclusion of sidewalks and effect it will have
on SLH.

Discussed trash pickup. Trash pickup is from side yard not back yard or inside of gates. No trash
should be on street. For better response call County not Republic. The last newsletter included a very
detailed explanation of the procedures to be followed. Emphasis is on calling Seminole County Waste
Management if a resident is missed.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 11:55 am

Bud Raike, President
Jean Alexander, Secretary



                                  NO MEETING MINUTES FEB 03



                            Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                              Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                         March 24, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on March 24, 2003 at the home of BOD President,
Bud Raike. Bud Raike, Jean Alexander, Howard McDonald, Brian Pelski, Alec String, Win Adams,
Beth Gerber and Darlene Tyree were in attendance (Ken Heimlich, Teri Siciliano and Dan Copeland
were absent). The President called the meeting to order just after 7:00 PM.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Standard Operating Procedure - Security (Howard McDonald)
Howard McDonald gave an overview of his study and comparison of neighboring gated communities
to Spring Lake Hills. Howard focused on issues concerning garage sales, estate sales, and
responsibilities of our guards and procedures for realtors conducting open house. After lengthy
discussion of procedures being followed by SLH compared to other communities, Bud requested that
Howard look into the writing of new rules and procedures to be followed by SLH.

As a result of several complaints being voiced concerning security issues, the BOD will request that
Dan Copeland set up a meeting with the guards and the Members of the BOD.

Delinquent Assessments
Our lawyers have sent letters as the first step in handling the two members in arrears. BOD members
were asked to avoid contact with the homeowners who have been contacted by the lawyers.

Architectural Review
No issues

SLH Lawsuit with Seminole County
The Association received a "Notice of Hearing" in its lawsuit against Seminole County. The hearing is
set for April 10, 2003. The Spring Lake Association and Win Adams are named as defendants against
Seminole County. (Note, the

Abramsons and Serniks are also defendants but have not used Clayton and McCulloh so their degree
of participation is not known). The Association's main concerns are compensation for any damages
that might occur as a result of the construction; the Association's easement on the property procured
by the county from the SLH residents and the portion of the SLH wall (the footer) on the property
procured from the SLH residents. Win has concern that the road widening as currently proposed, will
leave SLH without sidewalks in the area outside the wall and Wymore Road and the new Wymore
Road grade will effectively lower the wall height to the extent it will render it not effective for security
or privacy....

Discussion ensued concerning the lawsuit; Jean Alexander voiced concern if all residents were
informed of the lawsuit. Brian stated that several of the SLH newsletters and HOA Annual Meeting
letter had entries concerning the lawsuit. Subsequent to the BOD meeting, Clayton and McCulloh
expressed that SLH residents' attendance at the hearing was not required.

C & R Violations
There are several homeowners in violation of our covenants and restrictions. The BOD discussed and
agreed to comprise a list of all homeowners not complying with our covenants and restrictions. Bud
consulted with Clayton and McCulloh our lawyers in an effort to try and get a handle on violators of
the C&R. The lawyers, Clayton and McCulloh suggested sending all homeowners a "Letter of
Rehabilitation". This will alleviate any problems with homeowners feeling that violating the covenants
and restrictions is okay because it has been done for a period of time without any problems or
concerns from the association.

Guard Computer System Status
Computer system is up and running. Problems have been minimal. Jean Alexander is doing database
maintenance. There are about seventy-five residents who have not returned their guest profile
sheets. It was emphasized that residents who do not return this information and have undefined
phone numbers will have guests turned away because the guard cannot contact the resident.

A support agreement for the Resident Information System will be circulated for BOD review and
approval.


Other Business

Special acknowledgement by the BOD for the devoted work and efforts of Dick Copeland in
successfully getting our tennis courts resurfaced.

Irma Sonntag requested funds in advance for purchasing guard shack supplies. After discussion by
the BOD, it was suggested that we secure a cash card as oppose to a credit card from the given store
or use petty cash for purchases.

Beth Gerber presented her report on the annual garage sales held March 15, 2003. Approximately 45
families participated in this successful event.

"It is illegal for leaves and all other lawn debris to be blown into the streets". Residents should inform
gardeners that it is illegal to blow leaves and all other lawn debris into the streets. The Association
hired a street sweeper to clean our streets due to the practice of some residents in not keeping the
street clean in front of their home.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9 pm

Ronald "Bud" Raike, President
Jean Alexander, Secretary



                              NO MEETING MINUTES APR 03 – MAY 03



                             Minutes Of The Board Of Directors Meeting
                               Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                           June 9, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on June 9, 2003 at the home of BOD President,
Bud Raike. Bud Raike, Jean Alexander, Howard McDonald, Brian Pelski, Alec String, Darlene Tyree,
Teri Siciliano, Dan Copeland, Irma Sonntag, Anita Raike were in attendance (Ken Heimlich was
absent). The President called the meeting to order at 7:15 p.m.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Hemilich Offer/Settlement

The Association has been under advisement from our lawyers on this issue (letter on file). Motion was
made, seconded and vote was unanimous to forgive this outstanding assessment contingent upon
consultation and advisement from our lawyers.

Delinquent Assessments

Bud has requested that financial statements be submitted more frequent in an effort for the BOD to
track the residents who are in arrears.

Income from Directory

Motion was made, seconded and vote unanimous by the BOD to put the income from the SLH
Directory into the general fund.

Wall Painting

With the Wymore Road Project being put on hold, motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous
to paint our outside entrance wall at a cost not to exceed $4000.00 for approx 16,000 square feet.
Howard McDonald has submitted one bid. Teri Siciliano and Dan Copeland will also submit bids prior
to a contract being approved by the committee for the work to begin. Prior to starting this project the
trimming of vegetation and trees hanging over the wall will be the responsibility of the homeowner
along the wall.

Web Site Domain Name Funding
Howard McDonald (advised by Cliff Fancher) explained to the Board that the domain name contract
(springlakehills.org) would be expiring. In order to maintain the current name, the association will
have to renew the contract (approx. $30 to $40 per year). Motion was made, seconded and vote was
unanimous for the Association to pursue this contract.

Architectural Review

Brian Pelski approved storage shed for the Paul and Lourdes Paquette (letter on file); shingle change
for Shirley Evans; and paint selection for Howard and Christy McDonald. Brian reviewed and shared
copies of the association’s architectural guidelines with the Board members. The main focus was
maintaining our waterways. After unsuccessfully trying to make personal contact with two new
residents, Brian will be notifying the two residents by mail of their failure to comply with the covenants
and restrictions (new renovations).

SLH Lawsuit with Seminole County

The hearing has been set for June 23, 2003.

MRTA Change

Effective July 1, 2003, the Board can extend the covenants and restrictions with the position of the
general board having the responsibility to extend rather than the majority of the homeowners. The
Board will take appropriate action after July 1.

Covenants & Restrictions Revision

After lengthy discussion of issues pertaining to our current covenants and restrictions, all members
agreed that some are in need of revision or deletion as well as some being okay as they are currently
stated. Motion was made, seconded and vote was carried to revise covenants and restrictions. A
committee will be formed that will consist of the Board of Directors and one resident from each of the
five sections. The committee will make recommendations for the changes after which the
homeowners will vote on accepting or declining the recommended changes.

Upgrades to Guard House

Irma Sonntag and Dan Copeland will work together to define all upgrades and get estimates for all
work needed in the guardhouse (e.g.: painting, hot water).

Other Business

Dan Copeland voiced that residents having any type of emergency domestic problems should call
911 and not our guard staff. Residents should also call the Seminole County Sheriff (407-330-6600)
to report speeders in the neighborhood or to request deputies to enforce the speed limits. Currently,
the Sheriff’s department is already patrolling areas in our community for violators.

Alec String will assess the missing stop sign or the stop sign in need of repair at (1) Spring Isle Trail
and Springwood Trail and (2) Spring Cove Trail and Spring Lake Hills Drive.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:35 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Bud Raike, President



                                  NO MEETING MINUTES JUL 03



                               Minutes Spring Lake Association, Inc.
                                         August 11, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on August 11, 2003 at the home of BOD President,
Bud Raike. Bud Raike, Jean Alexander, Howard McDonald, Brian Pelski, Alec String, Teri Siciliano,
Ken Heimlich, Beth Gerber, Anita Raike, Mark Spangler (Elizabeth and Gene Blaser), Jim Salus,
Holly Salus, Mike Culver were in attendance (Dan Copeland, Darlene Tyree were absent). The
President called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Retaining Clayton & McCulloh

Motion was made, seconded and vote was unanimous to retain Clayton and McCulloh as our lawyers
on a "free form" basis (only pay when used).

Delinquent Assessments

There are two delinquent cases in court.

Status of 145 Springwood Trail

Injunction has been filed against the owners for attorney fees. Front yard has been cleaned; fence
has been put around the back yard, however the back yard is not being kept up.

C&R’s Violations (Cars Parked on Streets overnight/ Visible Home Utilities/ Unlicensed Cars in
Driveway)

The BOD decided to send a letter of warning to all homeowners in violation of these C&R’s. If the
warning is ignored, the BOD will turn the homeowner over to the attorney with the homeowner being
liable for all attorney fees.

Architectural Review (Copy of Brian’s Review Agenda for 8/11/03 on file)

- Brian Pelski gave a brief overview of Mark Spangler’s landscaping plan. Mark and his landscapers
(Elizabeth and Gene Blaser) did a detailed presentation of all changes planned for 170 N Spring Lake
Drive. Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous, approving Mark Spangler’s landscaping
plan.

- Mike Culver is looking to do renovations at 105 Destiny Cove. Mike has applied for a variance from
the county (public hearing 9/22/2003). County advised Mike that he would need to get a letter of
approval from the BOD for construction of the shed on the easement. Members of the Board
suggested getting neighbors approval in addition to getting the variance. Motion was made for
approval of fence, screen-enclosed pool, third car garage and shed (on easement). The motion was
seconded and unanimously approved. Mike will notify neighbors. BOD will prepare letter, giving
approval of shed construction on the easement (This action does not waive the association right to
the easement).

- Brian Pelski approved roof shingle color and house color change for Lynn Beard 175 Lake Destiny
Trail.

- Jim and Holly Salus presented the BOD with issues they are having with the construction of a fence
erected by Beth and Mike Gerber. After lengthy discussion, the neighbors decided that they could
resolve the problem without BOD intervention.

- Brian finally made contact with the homeowners at 315 Spring Lake Hills Dr. (Jim and Donna Sada
and 210 Spring Lake Hills Dr. (Kristen Koldenhoven) in reference to new renovations.

Trees on North Spring Lake Hills Drive

After receiving letter from resident concerning overhanging trees on North Spring Lake Drive, BOD
were asked to drive down North Sprint Lake Drive and make an assessment of the situation before
attending the meeting. The BOD unanimously determined there is no need for trimming the trees on
North Spring Lake Drive. An item will be included in the newsletter reminding homeowners of their
responsibility to maintain the plants in the median at the front of their property.

Wall Painting

The wall painting project has started. Alec suggested having the entrance gate operators painted
while the painters are here.

SLH Lawsuit with Seminole County

The Judge ruled against the association. The association will have to submit the information
concerning the wall study.

Security Issues

As a result of a lightning problem, the modem in the guardhouse had to be replaced. Daryl resigned
and applications are being taken. Teri presented the BOD with quotes from a guard consulting firm
(FYI leaflet).

Covenants & Restrictions Revision

The BOD will work on forming a committee that will consist of the BOD and a representative from
each of the five sections. All Covenants and Restrictions should be the same for all sections. The
committee will make recommendations for the changes after which the homeowners will vote on
accepting or declining the recommended changes.

Upgrades to Guard House

Guard House will be painted and instant hot water heater will be installed.

Other Business
- Alec String made the BOD aware of tree roots breaking through asphalt in the neighborhood. There
are about 20 areas. There are also potholes at the base of two driveways. Motion was made,
seconded and approved for Alec to get estimates for repairs and cutting tree roots.

- Alec was thanked for all of his hard work in replacing stop signs throughout the neighborhood.

- Mile Culver suggested analyzing/repairing the street signs throughout the neighborhood.

- The results of Mike Culver’s assessment of SLH annexing to Altamonte Springs was higher taxes
without any worthwhile benefits to the homeowners in SLH.

- Mike Culver agreed to collect information describing a bar code reader (or any similar device) for
controlling residents’ access to the community. This approach is used at The Springs (among others)
and provides advantages for controlling guest entry.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:35 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Bud Raike, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                       September 24, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on September 24, 2003 at the home of BOD
President, Bud Raike. Bud Raike, Jean Alexander, Howard McDonald, Ken Heimlich, Brian Pelski,
Dan Copeland, Darlene Tyree, Anita Raike, Bette Csandli were in attendance (Alec String and Teri
Siciliano were absent). The President called the meeting to order at 7:15 p.m.

Bud Raike began by handing out a copy of the meeting agenda.

Authorization to proceed with the collection procedure

Association member’s bad debts discussed. Two accounts are extremely delinquent and had been
referred to our lawyers for consultation. Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous
authorizing the law firm of Clayton & McCulloh to proceed with the appropriate collection procedures,
including foreclosure, against owners of the property at 120 Spring Lake Hills Drive. As a result of
Bankruptcy proceedings against the residence located at 210 Rollingwood Trail the association
cannot collect until all personal bills are paid.

Delinquent Assessments

Ken Heimlich will be sending letters to the remaining delinquent accounts advising them to pay up by
December 1, 2003.

HOA Meeting Agenda and Related Issues

November 15, 2003 is proposed date for the annual meeting. First draft of budget for next year should
be completed by mid October.
Proposed agenda for annual meeting was discussed.

Mike Culver will continue to meet with vendors and analyze the possibility of installing an "Entry
Control System" for residents of the neighborhood. Approval of this system is one of the items on the
proposed agenda for the annual meeting.

Establish BOD Nominating Committee

Howard McDonald was appointed Chairman of the nominating committee.

Status - 145 Springwood Trail

Backyard continues to be in violation. Owner has not completed work as was promised during the
court's proceedings. The association’s legal fees have not been paid, as required by the C&Rs.

C & R Violations (Cars Parked on Streets Overnight/Unlicensed Cars in Driveway)

Several complaints were voiced concerning boats, trailers and unlicensed cars in driveways, cars
parked on streets overnight, cats running loose in the neighborhood, and properties not being
maintained. Owners of properties in violation will be sent letters from the BOD giving them a specific
time to comply. Failure to comply will result in the association taking whatever action accorded it by
the covenants and restrictions.

Previously three letters were sent out to violators. Only one of the homeowners complied (Letter, from
lawyers representing the property at 185 West Spring Lake Drive, stating that they have complied has
been placed on file.), one claimed discrimination and one did not respond.

Architectural Review

- Approval was given for landscape at 230 Rollingwood Trail.

- Approval (from Seminole county and owner of neighboring property) was given for shed at 105
Destiny Cove.

- More details need to be submitted to Brian Pelski before fence can be approved at 175 Spring Isle
Trail.

SLH Lawsuit with Seminole County

The association attorneys submitted the information concerning the wall study to Seminole County.

Security Issues

A discussion was held about raises for the guards. Proposed raises were voted on and unanimously
approved. First meeting for new board will discuss pay raises and bonuses for guards.

Guards will be notified of consequence resulting from improper defrosting of refrigerator in
guardhouse.

Covenants & Restrictions Revision

Bud gave examples as to why the association bylaws need to be updated.
Other Business

- Howard McDonald will work on getting repairs done for the guardhouse.

- Irma Sonntag is looking for volunteers for decorating the entrance for Christmas.

- Irma Sonntag requested $50 for additional Christmas lights.

- Receipt has been submitted for purchase of new refrigerator in guardhouse.

- Bette Csandli, owner of property at 170 Springwood Trail voiced concern about the condition of the
canal. Some of the owners on the canal have submitted checks ($75.00) but have not seen any
results. It was suggested that the homeowners on the canal contact the point person or form a new
committee.

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS, THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 8:50 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Bud Raike, President
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                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                         October 21, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 21, 2003 at the home of BOD
President, Bud Raike. Bud Raike, Jean Alexander, Howard McDonald, Ken Heimlich, Dan Copeland,
Darlene Tyree, Alec String, Teri Siciliano, Anita Raike, Mike Culver and Beverly Gagliardi were in
attendance (Brian Pelski was absent). The President called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m.

Bud Raike began by handing copies of (1) the agenda for tonight’s meeting, (2)"proposed changes"
to the BY-Laws and (3) the proposed notice and agenda for the Annual Membership Meeting to be
held on November 15, 2003.

Review Proposed HOA Meeting Agenda

Bud reviewed the agenda for the annual meeting to be held on November 15, 2003 at 1:00 pm at the
playground/recreational area. There will be a "social hour" (@12:00 pm) with pizza and beverages
preceding the meeting. Board members were asked to present reports on all significant
accomplishments for the year of 2003. Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimously to accept
the proposed agenda for the annual meeting. There will be a special mailing to all homeowners with
the required details of the meeting.

Review Proposed 2004 Budget and Assessments

Ken Heimlich presented the proposed budget for 2004. Operating expenses are projected to increase
by 2.0 %. Dues and Assessments are expected to increase $20 annually or 2.5 %.

Guard service accounts for the majority of our operating expenses. It was suggested that the BOD
look into hiring an outside security firm.
Review BOD Nominees

Howard reported that four names have been submitted for nominees to replace the three positions
that will be vacated. Signs will be placed on the board soliciting any additional candidates interested
in filling the open positions.

Status of Pre-HOA Meeting Planning

Bud presented proposed changes to the By-Laws. The proposed changes are to sections 7,8,9 of
Article I, sections 1,8 of Article II and section 4 of Article IV.

Mike Culver, after having met with local vendors, presented the BOD with the proposed plan for
installing an "Entry Control System" for residents of the neighborhood. The automatic entry systems
will be installed on the resident gate only, thereby giving the guards the ability to concentrate more on
guest and visitors entering the neighborhood. Residents will be given transponders similar to the ones
used by the E-pass system. The proposed cost of the system is approximately $4800, which would
come out of capital funds. An additional $1600 is required for supplying two transponders per
household. Mike will try and get a firm proposal and check into the possibility of interfacing this
system with the existing computer system currently being used by the guards. All of this is contingent
on presentation to, and approval by, the majority of SLH residents at the annual meeting.

Fix Date for Halloween

SLH will celebrate Halloween on Friday, October 31, from 6 to 9pm. All residents wishing to
participate are asked to turn their porch lights during that time.

C & R Violations (Canal Owner Properties)

The BOD reviewed pictures of yards on the lakes and canal. Owners of properties in violation will be
sent letters from the BOD giving them a specific time to comply. Failure to comply will result in the
association taking whatever action accorded it by the covenants and restrictions.

Security Issues

BOD mentioned on going problems with the security not using the computer system and not notifying
residents of visitors entering the neighborhood. Again, the possibility of an "Entry Control" system
and/or using an outside firm to supply guard services was mentioned.

Other Business

SLH resident, who had been in violation of the C&R and has since complied, presented the board
with pictures of other residents who are in violation and her views on what would make the
neighborhood more attractive. The BOD reviewed the pictures and stated that other residents did
indeed receive letters of violation.

Darlene voiced that she would like to see a playground-refurbishing plan for the playground. It was
stated that since we are so close to the end of the year, that we should definitely address this as a
project for the New Year.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:55 p.m.
Jean Alexander, Secretary
Bud Raike, President
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                                Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                          Minutes
                     2003 ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION MEETING
                        November 15, 2003 At The SLH Recreation Area

Board of Directors present: President – Bud Raike, Vice President – Howard McDonald, Treasurer –
Ken Heimlich, Secretary – Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Teri Siciliano, Alec String and Dan
Copeland. Darlene Tyree was absent.

The President called the meeting to Order at 1:00 p.m.

Determination of Quorum

52 homes were represented, constituting a quorum.

Presidential Recognition’s

The President began by recognizing Irma Sonntag (beautification and gardening at front entrance)
and Beth Gerber (SLH directory, chairing the garage sale).

Motion made by the President and seconded to accept minutes (without reading) from last years
meeting.

Board Member Reports

Dan Copeland, Security, passed out and reviewed schedules of the guards. Dan stated that we are
always looking for improvements. We currently have three new guards with class D license. Dan
spoke briefly about the proposed resident information system. The residents were asked for positive
or negative feedback on any security issues. Some residents were displeased with the security
service however some have no problems or issues with our current service. Dan stated that we are
also analyzing the pros and cons of hiring an outside firm as a possibility for providing security to the
neighborhood. Bob Adams volunteered to spend time working with the guards.


Teri Siciliano, At Large, stated that she is working on water problems (getting water tested and putting
carp into Springwood Lake). Resident questioned, are carp going to be put into the canal as well as
the lake? Teri is waiting for contact from the county, however the lake and canal will be tested. In
order to stop vegetation, we need to stop fertilizing 75 feet from the lake. Brian Pelski stated that Ed
Sheplan took over the group of homeowners of properties bordering the canal (about 34 of
approximately 41 residents participated). There have been improvements in the last 4 or 5 months.


Brian Pelski, Architectural Review, stated that he completed 15 projects this year and sent out 4
newsletters.


Alec String, Maintenance, completed projects included repainting the entry wall, improvement to
vegetation at the neighborhood entrance (with the help of Irma Sonntag), repairing of curbs damaged
by tree roots and trimming of trees between the sidewalk and street (scheduled to do about 12 a
year). Questions were pooled from the residents. (1) Non-working water fountain on playground?
Fountain was repaired this year and 10 days later it was broken again. This has been an on going
problem for years. (2) When are we redoing our roads? President stated that we are only doing areas
where the tree roots have damaged the roads. (3) Water leak on Lake Destiny Trail? Altamonte water
department will be contacted.


Ken Heimlich, Treasurer, passed out and explained the 2004 budget. There will be a 2½% increase
to association’s fees. There were no significant expenses in 2003. Lawyer fees were decreased. The
board will pursue homeowners not paying association fees.

Questions ensued concerning the wall fund, the on going lawsuit, compensation for damage to the
wall and the county plans for the Wymore road project. Neil McCulloh was introduced and stated that
all parties in Seminole County’s lawsuit have settled, except for Win Adams. Apparently Seminole
County is redesigning the project in the area of SLH. We are waiting on further action by the county.
Resident suggested forming a committee, consisting of SLH residents, to get involved with the
Wymore road project.


President, Bud Raike reviewed projects completed during the past year:

Tennis courts resurfacing

Installation of Notice board at entrance

Installation of the Resident Information System at the guardhouse (giving our

Security quicker access to resident information for guest control)

Revision and publication of the SLH Directory

Painting and internal improvements to the guardhouse


Adoption of Budget and Annual Assessment for ensuing year

Motion to adopt the budget and the annual assessment ($155.00 per quarter per lot) for 2004 was
made. Minor discussion ensued with questions from residents. Motion seconded and passed with
only one resident opposing.


Reviewing and fixing annual additional charge

Motion for the adoption of the capital projects assessment ($50.00 per quarter per lot) for 2004.
Motion was seconded and passed with an overwhelming majority of the residents.


Election of Directors

Howard McDonald presented the results of the BOD election and presented the new members as
follows: Mike Culver (70 votes), Bob Semones (65 votes), Gordon Horn (64 votes), Bud Raike (60
votes) and Beth Gerber (29 votes). Mike Culver, Gordon Horn and Bob Semones are the new
members to serve for a term of three years.


Approval for Residents Entry Control System

Mike Culver reviewed the proposed "Resident Entry Control System". The system will permit the
guards to concentrate on guest control by eliminating the requirement for the guards to recognize a
resident’s vehicle and raise the resident gate. An in-vehicle transponder, much like the E-Pass
transponder, will be detected by the system, as the vehicle approaches the gate, and raise the gate.
The resident side will have a manual override. Mike submitted three proposals ($10,000 - $12,075 -
$14,000) allowing for each resident to receive 2 transponders (@9.00 each). Mike volunteered to
maintain database needed for operation of the entry control system. Questions and answers ensued.
Monies for this project will come out of existing funds if it gets approved.

Motion was made and seconded for approval for Residents Entry Control System. Motion failed for
Resident Entry Control System by a close margin.


Association Bylaws Change Proposal

The changes to the Articles of Incorporation add recognition of the Annual Additional Charge as a
valid assessment defined in the Covenants and Restrictions. Similarly, the By-Laws changes to
Article I add the Annual Additional Charge to the definition of a member in good standing and permit
only a member in good standing to act as a proxy.

The change to the Bylaws, Article II, permits the Board to fix the time of the
Annual Meeting to meet what may be peculiar schedule needs for that year, for instance availability of
key Board members.

The limits given in the Bylaws, Section 8, Proposals, was intended to apply to the Operating and
Capital Projects budgets, not to the Annual Maintenance Assessment and Annual Additional Charge.
This change corrects the incorrect identification.

The addition in the Bylaws to the Board of Director’s responsibilities adds a database to capture each
property’s request for deviations from the Covenants and Restrictions. We do not have a record of
these items that can be accessed to determine the status of each Spring Lake Hills property.

Motion was made and seconded for Articles of Incorporation and Association Bylaws Change
Proposal. Motion carried.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Bud Raike, President


                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                        November 19, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on November 19, 2003 at the home of BOD
(former) Vice President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Teri
Siciliano, Bob Semones, Gordon Horn were in attendance (Mike Culver, Darlene Tyree and Ken
Heimlich were absent).

The Vice President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:25 pm

The main agenda for this follow up meeting (from the annual 2003 Homeowners Association Meeting)
is as follows:

Officers election

Director responsibility assignments

Welcoming of newly elected BOD members


Officers Election

Motions were made, seconded and voted on unanimous for the following officers:

Howard McDonald, President

Brian Pelski, Vice President

Jean Alexander, Secretary

Ken Heimlich, Treasurer

Director Responsibility Assignments

The following committee assignments were made:

Mike Culver, Security

Darlene Tyree, Welcoming

Gordon Horn, Architectural Review

Bob Semones, Maintenance

Teri Siciliano, At Large

After the election and appointments, former board members spent time familiarizing the new
members with brief job descriptions for their new assignments.

Board members briefly discussed some of the anticipated projects for the new year (Security, wall
project, Wymore road project and revitalizing the playground). Teri volunteered to do the association
newsletters.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:55p.m.
Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
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                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                         December 9, 2003

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on December 9, 2003 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Teri Siciliano, Bob
Semones, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Darlene Tyree, Ken Heimlich, Dan Copeland, Irma Sonntag
and Sharon Sernik were in attendance.


The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:10 pm


Dave Nichols, Seminole County Project Engineer (Wymore Road)

Dave Nichols, Project Manager for Seminole County was unable to attend our meeting. Dave
informed Howard that the county will be bringing consultants back in to look over the Wymore Road
project and that we are probably one year away from starting the road project. We will try and
schedule Dave Nichols and a county commissioner for our January meeting. Brian mentioned the
possibility of making this a community meeting by inviting residents from Spring Valley, residents from
Spring Valley Club and Commissioner Dick Van Der Weide (407-665-7822 #3).

MRTA (Marketable Records Title Act) for Sections 1 and 2

The Governor of Florida passed a law in July that allows the BOD’s of a homeowners association to
act on MRTA issues (extension of covenants and restrictions) at a regularly scheduled meeting.

Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimously to have our attorneys file MRTA for sections 1
and 2.


Lawn Service

We are currently having problems with the level of service our current gardeners are providing to the
neighborhood. We are looking into hiring a new contractor for lawn service and general type
maintenance. Dennis Whittaker of T-Mac Lawn service will submit a bid to Howard with quotes for
providing the service.


Security

Mike reviewed his plan for rectifying some of our current problems with security.

Probation period to rectify or alleviate problems with guards

Instructed guards to review SOP and start calling residents before allowing access to visitors (use the
Resident information system) and do follow up calls to residents for pizza deliveries.
Send out flyer as a means of updating the security database

Send out security questioners

COPs neighborhood patrol

Spend 30 minutes a month training each guard

Repair ground loop at entrance gate (Mike will attempt to repair this before out sourcing the problem).

Educate residents on the advantages of a "Access Control System"

"Security Seeker" section in our community newsletter

Solicit volunteers to act on patrol

Seminole County Sheriff to make random patrol visits into the neighborhood in an effort to deter
speeders.

Christmas Bonuses for the security staff were discussed; motion was made seconded and voted
unanimous (amounts will become a part of the accountants records). Raises will be decided on at a
later date and will be made retroactive for January 2004.


Issues for upcoming year

Wymore Road project

Security

Covenants and Restrictions


Architectural Review

Gordon Horn presented the BOD’s with the plans for additions to the property at 165 Lake Destiny
Trail and asked for a sign off allowing the homeowner to begin the renovations. There appears to be
no significant roofline change. Approval was granted.


Hearing for 145 Springwood Trail was cancelled due to accident. Affidavit with pictures needs to be
filed by the board.


Other Business

Current board will recognize former President Bud Raike for dedicated service to the association.

Regular scheduled meetings for 2004

Monthly newsletter to keep the community informed
Board meetings, should they be held at private residence or should we look into holding them at a
community center, hotel or a similar public location?

Homeowner in attendance requested that the annual garage sale be held on Saturday and Sunday,
thereby giving everyone a chance to participate. Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimously
to allow for a two-day community garage sale.

Teri Siciliano, at large member, presented the board with documents from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission (Contact persons: Sharon Anthony and Travis). Teri toured the
lake with rep (Travis) from the commission and it was determined that carp should be placed in the
Springwood Lake. After lengthy discussion, it was determined that more documents were needed
before the association could or should get involved or if the association lawyers would be needed. At
prior meetings, discussions leaned toward this being an issued to be handled by water front property
owners.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:00 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
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                                       << 2004 >>
                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                          January, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on January 15, 2004 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Teri Siciliano, Bob
Semones, Mike Culver, Darlene Tyree, Ken Heimlich, Bud Raike, Dave Nichols (Seminole County
Project Engineer) and Tuan Huynh (Seminole County Principal Engineer Major Projects) were in
attendance.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:10 pm

Dave Nichols, Seminole County Project Engineer (Wymore Road) /Tuan Huynh, Seminole County
Principal Engineer

Dave Nichols, Project Manager for Seminole County, briefed the board on the Wymore Road Project.
The 6 or 7-year-old Project, set to begin construction in mid 2006, will consist of three lanes one of
which will be a turn lane. The three lanes enable Seminole County to conform to Orange County
(also using three lanes). August 2004 has been set as the target date for updating the plans for this
project. Closed drainage systems will be provided, eliminating flooding concerns. Sidewalks will be
on the apartment side of the road only and will run the full length of the road. Some of the access
entrances to the apartments will be closed. Power lines will remain above ground. Curve will be
closest to the SLH wall on the south side. Right of way issues still exist with apartments complexes,
Lake Destiny Condo’s and the Maison Jardin restaurant. Charles Wetzel (407-665-5686) can be
contacted for any issues concerning the installation of a traffic light and J.R. Ball (407-665-5669),
Principal Engineer, can be contacted for any issues concerning funding for a new wall. Board will
analyze the advantages/disadvantages of replacing our current wall before or after the Wymore Road
project is completed.

Republic Service Bill:
The current bills were increased from $48.00 to $96.00. The $96.00 has been in effect since 1996
and includes side door pickup. Republic bought out Disposal and is enforcing the $96.00 service
charge, which is the maximum amount that they can charge. This is stated in our deeds.

Any questions or concerns should be directed to the county.

Annual Garage Sale
Beth and Michael Gerber will again be in charge of our annual garage sale. The sale will be held for
two days this year (Saturday and Sunday).

Security
In an effort to update the ―Resident Information System‖, Mike Culver is in the process of creating
individual reports for all residents from our current database. Mailings will be done in the near future.

Raises were voted on and unanimously approved for all guards (totals will be a part of the financial
records). These will be retroactive to January 1, 2004.

COPs neighborhood patrol will start patrolling our neighborhood. Seminole County Sheriff will be
contacted in an effort to deter continuing problem with speeders in the neighborhood.

Board still feels a need for the ―Access Control System‖ and will continue to educate the residents on
the advantages.

Maintenance (Bob Semones)
A motion was made, seconded and voted unanimously to replace our current lawn service with
Dennis Whittaker of T-Mac Lawn Service

An injunction has been placed on the owners of the property at 145 Springwood Trail.

Bob presented the board with the idea of providing a covered area on the playground, removing the
non-working water fountain, removing the basketball goals (appear not to be used), power washing
the playground equipment and landscaping across the back wall.

Analysis will be done on replacing our current street signs.


Other Business

Current board recognized former President Bud Raike for dedicated service to the association.

Damaged security fence behind the property at 100 Springwood Place and 105 Springwood Place is
currently in the process of being repaired.

Bud Raike notified members of problem with door at guardhouse.

Bud Raike notified members that Dan Copeland has contracted to repair sidewalk on his property.
Dan needs a letter releasing the association before the repairs can be started.
Unlicensed cars are continuing to be parked on streets throughout the neighborhood.       Seminole
County Sheriff’s Department will be notified.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:15p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
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                                      Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                                Minutes
                                            February, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on February 19, 2004 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Bob Semones, Mike
Culver, Darlene Tyree, Gordon Horn and Sherri Culver were in attendance. Teri Siciliano and Ken
Heimlich were absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm

Lawn and Landscape Maintenance

T-Mac’s Lawn service (Dennis Whittaker) is now under contract as our Landscape Maintenance
Company. Chemlawn will continue to do the spraying.

C&R Violations
Letters to residents in reference to parked cars with invalid license plates are becoming costly to the
association. In the future, issues with invalid license plates on cars will be referred to the Seminole
County Sheriff Department.

Letters will be sent out for boats and Jet Ski’s in violation.

Past Due Accounts
Reminders will be sent out to residents whose accounts (association fee) are past due. There are
several delinquent accounts for the current quarter.

Wall Committee
Wall committee will be formed within the next 30 to 60 days consisting of seven members three of
whom will be members from the board (Howard McDonald, Brain Pelski and Gordon Horn).

Security (Mike Culver)
Board discussed new stickers for cars (2 colors will be used in identifying homeowners and guest).
Stickers will be updated in the near future.

Seminole County Sheriff is patrolling the neighborhood. Speed traps will be set up if residents
continue to violate the 25 MPH speed limit.

Mike Culver will get estimates for repairing the broken ―loop detector‖ on the residents side of the
entrance gate.
Newsletter
Monday, February 23, 2004, is the deadline for submitting info to be published in the February
newsletter.

Sidewalk and Road Repair

Bob Semones will get estimates on repairing sidewalks damaged by tree roots.


Other Business
Jean Alexander and Brian Pelski will be added along with Howard McDonald and Ken Heimlich to the
signature card at Washington Mutual.

Dick Van DerWeide, our county commissioner (district #3) will be invited to come out for our April
2004 board meeting.

Two screens for the tennis courts have been approved.

Bob Semones will get a permit to put carp into our waterways as soon as he and Brian Pelski
complete maintenance on the spillways at Lake Destiny, Springwood Lake and the canal.

The Board of Directors discussed, in length, the renovation of the playground and its equipment. A
committee will be formed in the near future.

Brian Pelski will continue to work toward getting the overpass on Wymore Road cleaned up.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:05p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
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                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                             March, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on February 19, 2004 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Brian Pelski, Bob Semones, Mike
Culver, Darlene Tyree, Gordon Horn and Sherri Culver were in attendance. Teri Siciliano and Ken
Heimlich were absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm

Dear Neighbors,

My name is Sharon Sernik DVM, and I stand before you charged with allowing my dogs on the Spring
Lake Hills playground. I plead guilty, with a good explanation, and I'd like to petition the board to allow
me to continue.

About a year ago, while visiting the playground with my children, I noticed a lot of trash and cigarette
butts. Since I was walking my dogs right by there every morning, I decided to make a brief stop every
morning to pick up the trash. As I work full time, there is really no other time during the day for me to
do this. Here is an incomplete list of some of the things that I have picked up:
 - Cigarette butts (lots)
 - Beer bottles
 -Shattered beer bottles (I returned with a broom and dustpan to clean these.)
 -Paper trash from entire fast food meals
 - A pizza box
 - Paper grocery bags
 - Plastic grocery bags
 - Soda cans
 - Beer cans
 - Juice boxes/pouches
 -Straws/plastic straw wrappers from juice boxes (lots)
 -Snack wrappers (Fruit by the Foot, Cheetos, etc.)
 - Black plastic cable ties from the tennis court screen
 - Lids from tennis ball tubes
 - Old batteries
 - Tweezers
 - Poop from other people's dogs
 - Broken line from string trimmers
 - Small battery operated pocket fan
 - Dirty socks with holes
 - Egg shells
 -Tiny tanks from compressed gases
 -Small baggies
 -Band-aids
 - Plastic water/soda bottles
 -Scraps of paper
 -Candy/gum wrappers
 - Etc., etc., etc.

In addition, in service to the playground, I have turned off the water when it has been left on, and I
have chased down the trash guys and left messages for them via the guards to empty the trash cans,
which they often forget.

As a veterinarian, I fully understand the board's concern about the potential for zoonotic disease, that
is, the transmission of disease between pets on the playground and people visiting the playground.
This is not an issue with my dogs, as they are completely free of both internal and external parasites.
They receive Heartgard monthly, which prevents not only heartworms but also hookworms and
roundworms, which can affect people. They also have Frontline applied monthly, which eliminates
fleas and ticks. In addition, my dogs were already let out to eliminate in our own yard and our brief
clean-up stop comes after 45 minutes of walking. They don't have much left in them to eliminate by
the time we reach the playground, and if by chance one should defecate, I remove it immediately! I
always walk with a fanny pack full of plastic "'poop bags", and am so conscientious of my neighbors'
lawns that I walk with a tiny flashlight to ensure that I remove any waste completely (it is often still
dark during our walk).

I would like to continue to clean the playground on a daily basis. I don't like the idea of my child
playing with broken glass or cigarette butts, and I suspect other parents feel the same. Weekly clean
up is simply not frequent enough, and clean up later in the day would not address the issue of trash
left overnight (when those cigarettes and beer bottles are probably materializing).

If the board grants me an exemption, I will document my dogs' negative status for fecal parasites at
whatever interval the board deems necessary (ex: yearly, quarterly, or monthly). I would also be
happy to perform free fecal checks for parasites on anyone else who petitions the board in a similar
manner. I would also be willing to put the issue to a vote by the residents of Spring Lake Hills by
sending a modified form of this letter to all households, with a slip they can turn in at the guardhouse
voting "yes" or "no" to allow me to continue my cleanup. In addition, if allowed to continue, I could
expand my cleanup efforts to the area immediately surrounding the playground as well.

Please note that in addition to being a conscientious pet owner who always picks up after her dogs,
and cleans up the community playground on a daily basis, I also provide the valuable service to
Spring Lake Hills of removing any stray cats that I can catch. In fact, I have a young male at my office
now that I caught 5 weeks ago, who has been neutered and vaccinated, who now awaits adoption,
and I am about to remove another one.

In closing, I truly believe that my brief morning clean-up stops on the playground provide a valuable
service to the Spring Lake Hills community. Since the only way I can continue to provide this service
is to stop during my morning dog walk, and since my dogs pose no risk of transmitting parasites to
children, and leave no waste behind, I hereby petition the board to allow me to continue. Thank you
for your time and consideration.

Sharon Sernik DVM
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                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                             April, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on April 1, 2004 at the home of BOD President,
Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Ken Heimlich, Brian Pelski, Mike Culver,
Darlene Tyree, Gordon Horn, Sharon Sernik and Bud Raike were in attendance. Teri Siciliano and
Bob Semones were absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:15 pm

Security (Mike Culver)
Board is continuing to receive complaints on one of our guards. Mike is working to resolve this in the
near future.

Car stickers will be updated. It was decided to use only one color (Previously a decision had been
made to use two colors).

COPs (Seminole County Citizens On Patrol) are on patrol targeting violators of the speed limit in our
neighborhood.

C&R Violations
Letters were sent out to eight residents sighting various violations to the covenants and restrictions
(copies will be kept on file).

Maintenance (tarps for tennis court)
Hole in road at 105 Spring Lake Hills Drive will be repaired by T-Mac (our current lawn service).

Holes in tarp at tennis courts will be repaired.
Newsletter
Newsletter will be sent out the first week of April 2004.

Financial Statement
Problems are continuing with collection of association dues. Reminders will be published in the
newsletter. BOD unanimously agreed to follow the rules and regulations of the associations in
handling all delinquent accounts.


Other Business

Committees for the Wall Project and the Playground Project are in the process of being formed.

Capital Projects Fund – BOD’s discussed the possibility of separate tracking of funds allocated to
individual projects approved by the membership.

Sharon Sernik presented the BOD’s with a presentation and a letter (copy on file) requesting that her
dogs continue to be allowed on the SLH’s playground. Sharon explained that she does a much-
needed clean up detail to the playground during the time that her dogs are in violation. After lengthy
discussion, the members thanked Sharon for all of her clean up efforts but denied her petition in
keeping with the rules and regulations of the SLH community as well as the laws of Seminole county.
(See Attached Below)

Brian Pelski submitted plans for approval of a floating dock at his residence (approval was granted).

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:55p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President

ATTACHMENT

Dear Neighbors,

My name is Sharon Sernik DVM, and I stand before you charged with allowing my dogs on the Spring
Lake Hills playground. I plead guilty, with a good explanation, and I'd like to petition the board to allow
me to continue.

About a year ago, while visiting the playground with my children, I noticed a lot of trash and cigarette
butts. Since I was walking my dogs right by there every morning, I decided to make a brief stop every
morning to pick up the trash. As I work full time, there is really no other time during the day for me to
do this. Here is an incomplete list of some of the things that I have picked up:

 - Cigarette butts (lots)
 - Beer bottles
 - Shattered beer bottles (I returned with a broom and dustpan to clean these.)
 - Paper trash from entire fast food meals
 - A pizza box
 - Paper grocery bags
 - Plastic grocery bags
 - Soda cans
 - Beer cans
 - Juice boxes/pouches
 - Straws/plastic straw wrappers from juice boxes (lots)
 - Snack wrappers (Fruit by the Foot, Cheetos, etc.)
 - Black plastic cable ties from the tennis court screen
 - Lids from tennis ball tubes
 - Old batteries
 - Tweezers
 - Poop from other people's dogs
 - Broken line from string trimmers
 - Small battery operated pocket fan
 - Dirty socks with holes
 - Egg shells
 - Tiny tanks from compressed gases
 - Small baggies
 - Band-aids
 - Plastic water/soda bottles
 - Scraps of paper
 - Candy/gum wrappers
 - Etc., etc., etc.

In addition, in service to the playground, I have turned off the water when it has been left on, and I
have chased down the trash guys and left messages for them via the guards to empty the trash cans,
which they often forget.

As a veterinarian, I fully understand the board's concern about the potential for zoonotic disease, that
is, the transmission of disease between pets on the playground and people visiting the playground.
This is not an issue with my dogs, as they are completely free of both internal and external parasites.
They receive Heartgard monthly, which prevents not only heartworms but also hookworms and
roundworms, which can affect people. They also have Frontline applied monthly, which eliminates
fleas and ticks. In addition, my dogs were already let out to eliminate in our own yard and our brief
clean-up stop comes after 45 minutes of walking. They don't have much left in them to eliminate by
the time we reach the playground, and if by chance one should defecate, I remove it immediately! I
always walk with a fanny pack full of plastic "'poop bags", and am so conscientious of my neighbors'
lawns that I walk with a tiny flashlight to ensure that I remove any waste completely (it is often still
dark during our walk).

I would like to continue to clean the playground on a daily basis. I don't like the idea of my child
playing with broken glass or cigarette butts, and I suspect other parents feel the same. Weekly clean
up is simply not frequent enough, and clean up later in the day would not address the issue of trash
left overnight (when those cigarettes and beer bottles are probably materializing).

If the board grants me an exemption, I will document my dogs' negative status for fecal parasites at
whatever interval the board deems necessary (ex: yearly, quarterly, or monthly). I would also be
happy to perform free fecal checks for parasites on anyone else who petitions the board in a similar
manner. I would also be willing to put the issue to a vote by the residents of Spring Lake Hills by
sending a modified form of this letter to all households, with a slip they can turn in at the guardhouse
voting "yes" or "no" to allow me to continue my cleanup. In addition, if allowed to continue, I could
expand my cleanup efforts to the area immediately surrounding the playground as well.

Please note that in addition to being a conscientious pet owner who always picks up after her dogs,
and cleans up the community playground on a daily basis, I also provide the valuable service to
Spring Lake Hills of removing any stray cats that I can catch. In fact, I have a young male at my office
now that I caught 5 weeks ago, who has been neutered and vaccinated, who now awaits adoption,
and I am about to remove another one.

In closing, I truly believe that my brief morning clean-up stops on the playground provide a valuable
service to the Spring Lake Hills community. Since the only way I can continue to provide this service
is to stop during my morning dog walk, and since my dogs pose no risk of transmitting parasites to
children, and leave no waste behind, I hereby petition the board to allow me to continue. Thank you
for your time and consideration.

Sharon Sernik DVM
________________________________________________________________________________

                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                             May 5, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on May 5, 2004 at the home of BOD President,
Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Ken Heimlich, Brian Pelski, Mike Culver,
Darlene Tyree, Teri Siciliano and Bob Semones were in attendance. Gordon Horn was absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:15 pm

Security (Mike Culver)
Currently interviewing for open guard position.

J. Luis Velez, third shift guard, was involved in a serious motorcycle accident.

COPs (Seminole County Citizens On Patrol) are on patrol in our neighborhood targeting violators of
the speed limit.

Mike will be placing order for new vehicle decals (reflective).

Mike will be in contact with Donald Eslinger, sheriff for Seminole County, to review and renew our
traffic agreement with the county.

C&R Violations
Letters were sent out to eight residents sighting various violations to the covenants and restrictions
(copies will be kept on file). Six of the eight residents complied. Second letters will be sent out to
those not complying.

Letter (copy on file) will be sent out to Dan Littlefield, Palms & More (contractor in violation of our
policy to cease work and be off of the premises by 6:00 pm). Contractor continued to trim trees well
after 6:00 pm.

Maintenance
Hole in road at 105 Spring Lake Hills Drive will be repaired.

Holes in tarp at tennis courts will be repaired.

Flag at gate entrance will be evaluated for replacement or repair.

Damaged sidewalks in the neighborhood will be evaluated and repaired. Severely damaged
sidewalks will be repaired first.

Newsletter
Newsletter will be sent out by Monday.

Past Due Accounts
Any and all association dues accounts that are in arrears after May 15, 2004 will receive a letter from
our lawyers.

Committees
A committee for the wall and a committee for parks and recreation (playground renovation and dock
repair) will be formed.


Other Business

Wymore Road project is still in the process of purchasing property (apartment complex across the
street from SLH).

Financial statements will be posted on the web site.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President



                               NO MEETING MINUTES JUN 04 - JUL 04



                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                           August, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on August 26, 2004 at the home of BOD President,
Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Larry Hanks, Brian Pelski, Bob Semones,
Ken Heimlich, Gordon Horn, Cliff Fancher, Chris Taylor and Elizabeth Slade were in attendance. Mike
Culver, Teri Siciliano were absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm

Security
New overtime law and effects, if any, it will have on our guard service.

Other Business
Seminole County will pick up trees and debris from the storm in one to three weeks. BOD has made a
decision to wait for the county to do the clean up.

Pat Nicholson made a claim that the association cut down a dead tree on her property.
Palms and More will not be allowed in the neighborhood as a result of continued violations of our
covenants and restrictions.

Finance
It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved giving, Ken Heimlich, treasurer, the sign on
power for all Spring Lake Hill Association bank accounts.

The association has three CD’s with staggering dates ($250,000). Ken Heimlich will be allowed to
move (transfer) the before stated CD’s.

The association will adhere to rules governing payment of dues.

Clayton and McCulloh will be contacted to draft up a letter to be sent out to homeowners who are still
in default for remainder of dues.

Ken and Lynn have generated a form letter to be sent out to all title companies prior to the sale of any
properties.

Budget for coming year is in process.

Maintenance
Currently, two streetlights are out.

Dick Copeland had surgery. The association will need someone to do maintenance on the tennis
courts.

Sprint owns the wall by the playground. Any repairs or maintenance on the wall should be handled by
Sprint.

T-Mac will (repair sidewalks in the fall) give estimates on sidewalk repairs.

Street signs are down and will be replaced by new signs.

Architectural Review
Chris Taylor and Elizabeth Slade presented the board with plans for renovations at 215 Lake Destiny
Trail. Motion was made, seconded and unanimously approved for the renovation at 215 Lake Destiny
Trail. County approval for the renovation is pending before work and permits can be completed.

Motion was made, seconded and unanimously approved for the renovation at 355 Spring Lake Hills
Drive (screen enclosure which will cut into 10 ft border (rule 7 & 9)). Final approval is needed from the
county and permits will need to be pulled as appropriate by the home owner or the contractor so that
proper registration with the county is provided.

Approval for screen enclosure at 195 Spring Lake Hills Drive is contingent upon final drawings from
the home owner showing the placement of the screen on the property (plot drawing), and easement
approval from the county, along with proper permits being pulled for the project to be registered with
the county.

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS, THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 8:05 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
                                    NO MEETING MINUTES SEP 04



                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                            October, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 14, 2004 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Larry Hanks, Brian Pelski, Bob
Semones, Ken Heimlich, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Cliff Fancher, Irma Sonntag, Paul Hueber, Guy
Clements and Susan Canieso were in attendance.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm

Halloween (trick or treating) will take place on Sunday, October 31, 2004 in the SLH neighborhood.

Newsletters will be printed on Monday or Tuesday of next week.

Finance
Resolution was made confirming the law firm to proceed with foreclosure proceedings against the
Clements property.

Resolution was moved, seconded and unanimously approved. Guy Clements questioned the board
actions and was in disagreement. After discussion, it was decided to put this on hold, allowing Ken to
review the financial records for this property as well as allowing Guy to review his personal payment
records.

Ken gave an overview of the proposed budget for the New Year. Dues will remain at $205.00.

Ken will be resigning as a member of the board at the end of this year.

Check was received (from Nationwide Insurance) for repairing of wall damaged by hurricane Jean.
Security

New uniforms for the guard staff will come out of the 2005 budget (proposed amount of $500.00 was
suggested by Mike Culver).

Other Business
Teri Siciliano is officially off the board (missed 3 meetings).

Five vacancies to be filled for the 2005 board.

Annual meeting will be held on November 20, 2004. Start time has been set for 12 pm for voting on
MARTA. MARTA has to be voted on (reinstatement of Marta issues) no changes to covenants and
restrictions.

The official meeting will start at 1 pm. Absentee ballots and proxies will be at guardhouse. A list of all
persons receiving absentee ballots will be at the meeting. Board reviewed changes to articles and by-
laws. Motions was made seconded and voted unanimous to accept the by-laws and articles.

Special assessment has to be established for dock replacement. Two estimates have to be
submitted. Currently Larry has only one.

Volunteers will be needed for holiday decorating committee

Maintenance
Tennis courts (wind breakers need to be removed) and playground is in need of maintenance.
Gordon has consulted with a person who does county and playground planning.

Front landscaping will be re-done.

Two streetlights need replacing.

Sidewalks that have been pushed up by trees are in need of repair. T-Mac will be consulted for the
repair.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                               Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                         Minutes
                    2004 ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION MEETING
                       November 20, 2004 At The SLH Recreation Area

Board of Directors present: President – Howard McDonald, Vice President – Brian Pelski, Treasurer
– Ken Heimlich, Secretary – Jean Alexander, Bob Semones, Gordon Horn, Larry Hanks and Mike
Culver.

The President called the meeting to Order at 1:00 p.m.

Determination of Quorum

Quorum was present. Motion made and seconded to accept minutes (without reading) from last
years meeting.

Board Member Reports

Larry Hanks, Welcoming, replaced Darlene Tyree, serving out the remainder of her term.

Larry also worked on dock repair and wall replacement.

Gordon Horn, Architectural Review, stated that he completed several projects this year with no
problems.

Mike Culver, Security, gave a brief summary of his guard staff and provided guard schedules.
Worked with COP during the past year. Advised residents not to leave garage doors open at night.
Decal program was put into affect and reminded residents to please switch out old decals for the new
decals. Speed traps will be put in the neighborhood. Residents should call the police, not the
guards, for vandalism problems on the playground.

Bob Semones, Maintenance, stated that maintenance problems for the past year have been routine.
Lightening struck the guardhouse. The refrigerator and the television were replaced. Progress
Energy was called in reference to lights out in the neighborhood. With all of the problems from the
hurricanes, Progress Energy considered this a low priority.

Brian Pelski, Vice-President Brian also stated that the wall committee is on a mission of fact-finding.
Seminole county came in and did a presentation. The committee members have individually gone
out and looked at different types of walls - no money has been spent at this time. Brian worked
successfully on project of getting the Wymore Road overhang trimmed and dock repair.

Ken Heimlich, Treasurer, stated that we have a cash balance, $200,000 in the paving fund and
$90,000 in the wall fund. We are ahead of last year in the delinquent accounts. We are ahead of
budget and $4,000 ahead of net income. Legal services are down significantly. Proposed budget
was mailed out to all residents. Dues will remain the same. The vast majority of expenses were
guard services. Dock repairs will show up in the 2005 budget. We will continue to put $10,000
annually into the paving fund. Year-end for wall will be $98,000 and at the end of 2005 it should be
$148,000. Bud Raike questioned the collection of legal fees from the Traub property? We are still in
the process of collecting this thru our attorneys. Bob Semones stated that after we prove their
contempt, we could go back and pursue this.

Motion to Adopt Budget for ensuing year

Motion to adopt the budget and the annual assessment ($155.00 per quarter per lot) for 2005 was
made. Minor discussion ensued with questions from residents. Motion seconded and voted
unanimous.

Motion to Adopt Resolution for Wall Fund

Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous for the adoption of the wall fund ($50.00 per
quarter per lot) for 2005. Questions – Last year this was changed from the wall fund to the capital
projects, why has it been changed back to the wall fund? President responded that the change was
made by the board to ensure that this money would be for the wall fund only as not to use it for other
projects. Motion was made and seconded to make the capital projects fund the wall fund, moving all
funds from capital projects to wall fund. Wall fund motion was amended to take the capital project
funds and move these funds to the wall fund. Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous to
adopt the wall fund.

President, Howard McDonald, entertained questions concerning the wall committee. President stated
that the wall committee currently consists of (5) people (Brian Pelski, Cliff Fancher, Howard
McDonald, Larry Hanks and Bob Semones) on a fact-finding mission. They have currently looked at
different types of walls (prefab, brick, stucco). It was suggested that Paul Hueber become a member
of the wall committee. President gave overview of the resolutions revising the By-laws and Articles of
incorporation. The Florida Statutes (2004 FS720) governing Florida Home Owners Associations has
made substantial changes to the statutes affecting community associations.

Proposed Resolution Revising SLH By-laws

Motion to adopt changes to the following By-laws was moved, seconded and passed.
ARTICLE I

Section 8. Proxy. shall mean a proxy given by a member in good standing to another member or
representative that may not be used to establish a quorum but may be used to conduct any business
of the association.

Section 9. (Deleted – ―Limited proxy‖)

ARTICLE II

Section 3. Notice. At lease fourteen (14) days’ notice, in writing, of each meeting, whether annual or
special, shall be mailed to each member in good standing at his place of residence or business as
shown in the records of the Treasurer. All notices except the notice of the annual meeting shall state
the purpose of the meeting, and the notice of the annual meeting shall state that amendments to the
By-Laws or Articles of incorporation are to be considered, if such is the case. If assessments are to
be considered, a specific statement must be included and must provide the nature of such
assessment.

Section 6. Attendance and Speaking. Members have the right to attend all membership meetings
and to speak at any meeting with reference to all items opened for discussion or included on the
agenda. Members desiring to speak shall notify the Secretary at ten (10) minutes before the
scheduled start time of the meeting and shall limit their speech to three (3) minutes duration.

Section 7. Voting. Except in the election of Directors, each member in good standing may vote in
person, by absentee ballot, or by proxy. All proxies shall be in writing and the original thereof shall be
filed with the secretary. To be valid a proxy must be dated, must state the date, time and place of the
meeting for which it was given, and must e signed by the authorized person who executed the proxy.
A proxy is effective only for the specific meeting for which it was originally given, as he meeting may
lawfully e adjourned and reconvened from time to time, and automatically expire 90 days after the
date of the pleasure of the person who executes it. If the proxy form expressly so provides, any proxy
holder may appoint, in writing, a substitute to act in his or her place.

 Section 9. Proposals. All proposals which increase or decrease the association’s total annual
maintenance assessment or special assessments by a total of 2000.00 or more must be presented to
the Board of Directors at least 30 days prior to the annual meeting or any special meeting of the
membership. Such proposals, regardless of approval or disapproval by Board of Directors, may hen
be proposed to the general membership for approval by a majority vote at an annual or special
meeting of the members.

ARTICLE VIII

The Rules and Regulations attached hereto are an addendum to these By-laws and have the same
force and effect at these By-laws.

Proposed Resolution Revising SLH Articles of Incorporation:

Motion to adopt changes to the following Articles of Incorporation was moved, seconded and voted
unanimous (individually for each change) after Article XIII was amended to reflect change from last
year and ARTICLE XVI was added to reflect last year’s change.

ARTICLE II
 (b) For and in furtherance of its purposes specified herein, to acquire, take and hold by bequest,
devise, grant, gift, purchase, exchange, lease, transfer, judicial order or decree or otherwise, any
property, real, personal or mixed, to borrow money, sell, mortgage, exchange, lease, convey, transfer
or otherwise dispose of any such property, to administer, invest and reinvest its property and assets,
and deal with and expend the income and principal of the corporation, all in such manner as in the
judgment of the Board of Directors of the corporation and as approved by the membership will best
promote its purposes.

ARTICLE VII

Section 7. The Board of Directors may deal with and expend the income and principal of the
corporation in such manner as, in the judgment of the Board, and as approved by the membership,
will best promote the purposes of the corporation.

ARTICLE VII

Section 8. The member may restrict or confer additional powers on the Board of Directors by
resolution of By-Laws.

ARTICLE XIII

The Board of Directors of this corporation shall submit to the membership for their approval a
proposed Annual Maintenance Assessment and an Annual Additional Charge as provided in the
covenants and restrictions applicable to Spring Lake Hills, dated November 20, 1969 and recorded in
OR Book 753 at Page 545 Public Records, Seminole County.

ARTICLE XV

Each member in good standings shall have one vote, either in person or by proxy, as to each issue
put before the membership, but if at any meeting there be less than a quorum present a majority of
those present may adjourn the meeting from time to time until the number of members necessary to
continue a quorum shall be present.

ARTICLE XVI

For the purposes of these articles, a member in good standing shall be a member who is paid current
in the Treasurer’s records of the payment of the Annual Maintenance Assessment and the Annual
Additional Charge that is imposed on members by paragraph 31 of he Covenants and Restrictions of
Spring Lake Hills, as recorded in Official Records Book 753 Page 54, Public Records of Seminole
County, Florida.

Election of Directors
Results of the BOD election were presented as follows: Howard McDonald (98 votes), Elizabeth
Slade (93 votes), Larry Hanks (89 votes), Didi Schenker (61 votes), Bud Raike (57 votes), Cliff
Fancher (1 vote (write-in)).


New Business

Resident voiced concern about the appearance of our front entrance (plants, trees and weeds).

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.
Jean Alexander - Secretary
Howard McDonald - President

MINUTES OF THE
Board of Directors Meeting
November 20, 2004 at the SLH Recreation Area
Statement of Marketable Title Action

Board of Directors present: President Howard McDonald, Vice President Brian Pelski, Treasurer Ken
Heimlich, Secretary Jean Alexander, Bob Semones, and Mike Culver.

The President called the meeting to Order at 12:00 p.m.

Motion made, seconded and voted unanimous to approve a resolution that will extend the Covenants
and Restrictions on all five sections of Spring Lake Hills, simultaneously, for a period of 30 years.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Jean Alexander - Secretary
Howard McDonald - President

Spring Lake Association Inc.
Minutes
2004 ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION MEETING
November 20, 2004 at the SLH Recreation Area

Board of Directors present: President Howard McDonald, Vice President Brian Pelski, Treasurer Ken
Heimlich, Secretary Jean Alexander, Bob Semones, and Mike Culver.

The President called the meeting to Order at 1:00 p.m.

Determination of Quorum

52 homes were represented, constituting a quorum.

MINUTES
November 30, 2004

Due to conflicting schedules, the follow up meeting for of the newly elected board of directors was
held tonight as oppose to immediately following the annual meeting of November 20, 2004. The
meeting was held at the home of BOD President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean
Alexander, Larry Hanks, Bob Semones, Ken Heimlich, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker,
Elizabeth Slade, Irma Sonntag, and Bud Raike were in attendance.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm

Motions were made, seconded and voted unanimous for the following director positions:

President, Howard MacDonald           howardmcdonald@earthlink.net           407-869-9540
Vice President, Elizabeth Slade       elizabethslade@cfl.rr.com              407-875-9506
Secretary, Jean Alexander             jeanja@earthlink.net                   407-682-5950
Treasurer, Ken Heimlich               kheimlich@cnonline.com                 407-682-1828
Maintenance, Larry Hanks              lhanksjr@yahoo.com                     407-647-2012
Architectural Review, Gordon Horn      floridahorn@aol.com                   407-772-0311
Welcoming, Didi Schenker              schenkad1@earthlink.net                407-869-9068
Security, Mike Culver                 mculver@grgce.com                      407-862-8229
At Large, Bob Semones                 Semones@semonesandfields.com           407-678-9808

It was decided to schedule a meeting before the Xmas holidays.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:25 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                         December 16, 2004

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on December 16, 2004 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Larry Hanks, Bob Semones, Ken
Heimlich, Elizabeth Slade, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Irma Sonntag, Paul Hueber,
and Bud Raike were in attendance.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:10 pm and begin passing general
information forms out to the new directors to be completed and returned to the association lawyers.

Board was informed of the second letter received by the association from the attorneys of homeowner
at 95 Spring Lake Hills Drive. The letter stated that the entrance wall is located on the homeowner’s
property and gave the association options of moving the fence or reducing the homeowner’s dues.
Our attorneys have tried to contact Steve Erlacher, former BOD president and are also trying to
confer with the homeowner’s attorneys. The wall was erected in July 2001 and the present
homeowner purchased the property in November 2001.

The President, Howard McDonald passed out documents for the by-law changes that were voted on
at the annual meeting. These documents required the signatures of all board members.

Maintenance
Sidewalks that have been pushed up by trees are in need of repair. In some areas the sidewalks will
have to be torn out and ground down the roots. It was suggested to contact Dan Copeland who hired
a private contractor for similar repairs. Bud Raike suggested that we keep the state laws concerning
competitive bids (section 720).

Larry Hanks will contact the residents at 165 Lake Destiny Trail and make an assessment in
reference to flooding in the back yard coming from the commercial property located behind their
residence.

Guardhouse repairs were discussed (constant leak at water faucet, window air conditioner was
questioned).

Repairing fixtures that light up the palm trees as you exit the neighborhood was discussed.
Security
Christmas bonuses and annual increases were discussed and voted unanimous:

ames Jones 7.0 %        ($8.85 hr)      $250.00 bonus
John Shaw      4.0 %    ($8.60 hr)      $200.00 bonus
J. Luis Velez 4.0 %    ($7.57 hr)      $150.00 bonus
Patsy Jerry    4.0 %     ($7.30 hr)     $150.00 bonus

New uniforms for guards


Other Business

Mike and Beth Gerber are planning our annual garage sale for March 5th and 6th, 2005.

Estimates will be obtained for refurbishing the landscape at the front entrance.

Architectural Review
Larry Hanks presented the board with plans for renovation of his home. The plans were unanimously
approved.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:40 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
________________________________________________________________________________




                                         << 2005 >>


                              NO MEETING MINUTES JAN 05 – FEB 05



                                      Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                                Minutes
                                             March 1, 2005

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on March 1, 2005 at the home of BOD President,
Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Larry Hanks, Elizabeth Slade, Didi
Schenker, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Paul Hueber, Dan Copeland, Susan Horn, Robert Pearce
(SCSO #7312), Cpl Kristen Bates (SCSO #7412) and Sgt Jan Kloth (SCSO #712) were in
attendance. Bob Semones was absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.
Robert Pearce (SCSO #7312) began by briefing the board on incidents that have occurred in our
neighborhood. Vandalism on the playground and three car break-ins have been reported. Some
safety precautions that might help alleviate the vandalism were mentioned.

Repairing the light on the playground and replacing it with a white light enclosed within a small cage
was suggested.

Make sure signs are posted stating hours of operation.

When calling the sheriff to report a crime, give a full description of the person suspected of
committing the crime.

Surveillance cameras pros and cons were mentioned.

Seminole County has several juvenile programs. Officer Pearce briefed us on Operation Right Track.
ORT is a twelve-hour program that provides sure and swift consequences for first time juvenile
offenders.

Officer Pearce stated that he comes through the neighborhood at least once a night as a part of his
nightly rounds. He also stated that house watch is available if a resident is on vacation. It was also
suggested that the patrolling sheriff officer meet the SLH guard staff.

Contact numbers for the Seminole County Sheriff are 407-665-6650 (communication center)407-665-
6600 (non emergency/day M-F) www.seminolesheriff.org

Howard McDonald, President, made two individual motions for two vacant positions. Both motions
were seconded and voted unanimously.

The first motion was for Dan Copeland to fill the board of director position vacated by Ken Heimlich,
former board member and treasurer for the SLH association. Dan Copeland will fill this position and
serve in an at-large capacity on the official board of directors.

The second motion was for Susan Horn to serve as the official treasurer for SLH association. Susan
Horn will not be an official board member but will assume all financial responsibilities for the
association. As of January 15, 2005, Ken Heimlich turned over all financial records to Susan Horn.
Susan Horn will be added to the SLH bank account.

Maintenance
Sidewalk repair is being taken of by Larry Hanks.

Finance
Susan Horn passed out the balance sheets for the months of December 2004 and January 2005.

Possibility of adopting a bi-weekly as oppose to a weekly payroll was discussed. Payroll files for
guards was also discussed.

Workman’s comp for lawn service was briefly discussed and questioned.

Security
Speed detectors will be placed in neighborhood.

Neighborhood signs will have to be brought up to Seminole county code before any citations can be
issued.


Other Business

Our annual garage sales, hosted by Mike and Beth Gerber will be held on March 5 & 6, 2005 from
8am - 12 pm.

Volunteers are needed to work on the SLH newsletter and web site.

In an effort to clean up the neighborhood waterways, Bob Semones has written a letter that will go out
to all homeowners, soliciting their help.

Efforts are being made to have quarterly BOD meetings. Newsletters will be on a monthly basis and
will publish reports submitted by the board on a monthly basis.

Dan Littlefield, owner of Palms & More, contacted Howard McDonald, President, and apologized for
violating our rules and regulations as pertain to outside contractors. Motion was made by Larry
Hanks, seconded by Elizabeth Slade and voted unanimous that Dan Litchfield should send a letter of
apology to resident Phil Murawski as well as a copy to the BOD before he can resume servicing
residents in SLH. Dan Littlefield will also have to sign off on rules and regulations.

Pictures of the Traub property were sent to the attorneys.

Letter was received from the attorneys for Patricia Nicholson (entrance wall located on her property).

Republic Services will no longer service SLH after March 31, 2005.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:40 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President



                             NO MEETING MINUTES APR 05 – MAY 05



                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                         Special Meeting
                                             Minutes
                                           June 9, 2005

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on June 9, 2005 at the home of BOD President,
Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Larry Hanks, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn,
Mike Culver, Bob Semones, Paul Hueber and Bud Raike were in attendance. Elizabeth Slade and
Dan Copeland were absent.

 President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.
Howard contacted the county concerning issues with the new trash haulers.

Sanitation trucks should schedule their pickups the same time within a 30-minute range.

All complaints should be directed to Seminole county. (The county will bill the sanitation company
$30.00 for each complaint)

Call the sanitation company for trash pickup
Options for paying the sanitations company were discussed. Let the association pay the sanitations
company and let the homeowners pay the association. This option will give the homeowners a better
rate for the sanitation service.

Maintenance
Damaged sidewalks and overhanging trees. Quotes will be submitted for tree trimming.

The association will head up a volunteer emergency group for hurricane cleanup. The county will not
come in gated neighborhoods to clean up trees from hurricanes. FEMA will not reimburse the county.

T-Mac will remove and replace the air conditioner at the guardhouse.

Fish and wildlife representative came into the neighborhood. Maitland, Seminole County and
Altamonte will be receiving funding for lake cleanup.

Finance
There are six outstanding accounts. Lien letters will automatically be generated for delinquent
accounts.

Security
Mike will get more quotes on the ―access control system‖ and began to educate the homeowners.


Other Business

Larry Hanks updated the board on the wall committee. Estimates were received from Seminole
Masonry, Inc. for a brick wall very close to the brick at the entrance. Seven feet will range around
$195,000 and eight feet will range around $212,000 with another $100,000 for the footer and tearing
down the old wall.

Playground quotes range between $6,000 and $30,000. It will take approximately $30,000 to replace
the equipment that is already on the playground.

Mike Culver suggested having a block party for the neighborhood.

Letters of complaint have been sent out to several homeowners. Two letters have been sent out to
250 Lake Destiny (trailers in driveway). The third letter will be sent out certified. If no response, it will
be turned over to the lawyers.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:40 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
                              NO MEETING MINUTES JUL 05 – AUG 05



                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                           Special Meeting
                                               Minutes
                                         September 13, 2005

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on September 13, 2005 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks,
Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Dan Copeland and Paul Hueber were in attendance. Bob
Semones was absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.

Howard gave brief overview of possible upcoming projects for the association. Plans will be
presented at the annual homeowners meeting in November 2005 for approval of any new projects.

Replacement of our security system - Installation of automated Epass entry system at an estimated
cost of $15,000. Mike Culver will propose plan for new security system.

Line of credit for construction of new wall - Howard will look into financing for new wall project.

Emergency exit from neighborhood - Possibility of opening emergency exit from Spring Lake Hills to
Keller Road.

Playground renovation (Possibility of redesigning and adding a pavilion to the playground area.
Larry Hanks will propose plan for playground.

Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous to tear down unsafe equipment on playground.

Neighborhood sidewalk repair - Responsibility of homeowners or the association?? Association has
financed some of the sidewalks in the past. Howard will get quotes for sidewalk repair.

Quotes need to be secured for maintenance of front entrance.

Guard, J. Luis Velez, requested and was granted a month leave of absence.

Waterway maintenance issues discussed. Dan Copeland will coordinate with Brian Pelski, Larry
Hanks and representatives from Spring Valley and Spring Valley Club on waterway issues.

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS, THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 8:40 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
________________________________________________________________________________
                                 Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                           Minutes
       October 3, 2005, Special Meeting October 15, 2005 & Meeting Of October 27 2005

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 3, 2005 at the home of BOD President,
Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks, Didi
Schenker, Mike Culver, Bud Raike and Paul Hueber were in attendance. Gordon Horn, Bob Semones
and Dan Copeland were absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.

Howard began by giving brief overview of the wall project.

Wall committee has been meeting for approximately six months. Estimates for demolition and
removal of current wall, installation and removal of temporary chain link fence, surveys, permits, labor
and material and 20% contingency came to a total of approximately $300,000.00.

Two resolutions were prepared and voted on by the Board of Directors. Both resolutions were
individually moved, seconded and voted unanimous by the BOD. A special call meeting for the SLH
Association will be held on October 15, 2005 (10:00 a.m.) at the Spring Lake Hills Playground for the
purpose of voting on the approval to (1) demolish and construct a new wall, (2) and funding of the
new wall.

Proxies and a notice of the meeting along with copies of the following two resolutions will be mailed
out to all homeowners in accordance with our bylaws:

RESOLUTION NUMBER 1
Proposed Demolition and Replacement of the Wymore Road Existing Wall

 WHEREAS, The existing block wall has suffered serious deterioration over the approximately 35
years of existence due to the elements, vehicular impacts, ground shifting and settling and minimal
maintenance and

WHEREAS, The wall does not meet today’s building codes particularly as relates to wind resistance
and

 WHEREAS, The wall represents a ―First Impression‖ of the Spring Lake Hills Subdivision and directly
influences the desirability and property values of the individual members of the Association and

WHEREAS, The members of the Association are desirous of maintaining their Subdivision at the
optimum level of appearance, safety and sale ability

NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby

 RESOLVED, That the existing block wall be replaced with a brick wall that is similar in design and
color to the entrance of the Subdivision

 RESOLVED, That the brick wall be constructed in design and workmanship that conforms to
applicable building codes

 RESOLVED, That the cost of the Brick Wall shall be approximately $250,000.00 with a cost overrun
allowance of 20% for a total authorization of $300,000.00
RESOLVED, That the method of payment for the wall shall be approved by separate resolution

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution for the Wymore Road
Wall replacement is approved


RESOLUTION NUMBER 2
Proposed Line of Credit for Spring Lake Hills Inc.

 WHEREAS, The Spring Lake Subdivision is now in excess of 35 years of age and whereby
technology has eclipsed the existing structures and amenities of said Subdivision and

WHEREAS, The residents of the Spring Lake Subdivision are desirous of maintaining their
Subdivision on a par with other newer subdivisions and to incorporate the latest technologies and
appearance and

WHEREAS, This improvement is limited to replacement of the Wymore Road wall

NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby

 RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors shall obtain an open ended line of credit with a reputable
financial institution that will permit the upgrading of said Subdivision in a manner that will provide and
permit such action over a period of 15 years without increasing the current dues structure by
continuing the current special assessment of $50.00.

 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution for current and future
financing is approved.

Currently there are only 3 homeowners with past due dues.

Halloween will be celebrated on Monday, October 31, 2005 for the neighborhood.

Police are patrolling neighborhood in unmarked cars from 6 a.m. through 6 p.m.

Annual meeting will be held the 2nd Saturday in November. There will be three BOD positions open.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President

Spring Lake Association Inc.
Special Meeting
Minutes
October 15, 2005

Special Meeting of the members of the SLH Association was held on October 15, 2005 at the Spring
Lake Hills Playground. Board Members, Howard McDonald, Elizabeth Slade, Jean Alexander, Larry
Hanks, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Bob Semones and Dan Copeland were in attendance. Didi
Schenker was absent.
The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 10:00 a.m.

Quorum was present, proper notice of the meeting was acknowledged and motion was made and
seconded to waive the reading of the minutes.

The President presented Resolution Number 1 to the membership.


RESOLUTION NUMBER 1
Proposed Demolition and Replacement of the Wymore Road Existing Wall

 WHEREAS, The existing block wall has suffered serious deterioration over the approximately 35
years of existence due to the elements, vehicular impacts, ground shifting and settling and minimal
maintenance and

WHEREAS, The wall does not meet today’s building codes particularly as relates to wind resistance
and

 WHEREAS, The wall represents a ―First Impression‖ of the Spring Lake Hills Subdivision and directly
influences the desirability and property values of the individual members of the Association and

WHEREAS, The members of the Association are desirous of maintaining their Subdivision at the
optimum level of appearance, safety and sale ability

NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby

 RESOLVED, That the existing block wall be replaced with a brick wall that is similar in design and
color to the entrance of the Subdivision

 RESOLVED, That the brick wall be constructed in design and workmanship that conforms to
applicable building codes

 RESOLVED, That the cost of the Brick Wall shall be approximately $250,000.00 with a cost overrun
allowance of 20% for a total authorization of $300,000.00

RESOLVED, That the method of payment for the wall shall be approved by separate resolution

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution for the Wymore Road
Wall replacement is approved

The Membership considered and passed Resolution Number 1.

The President presented Resolution Number 2 to the membership.


RESOLUTION NUMBER 2
Proposed Line of Credit for Spring Lake Hills Inc.

 WHEREAS, The Spring Lake Subdivision is now in excess of 35 years of age and whereby
technology has eclipsed the existing structures and amenities of said Subdivision and

WHEREAS, The residents of the Spring Lake Subdivision are desirous of maintaining their
Subdivision on a par with other newer subdivisions and to incorporate the latest technologies and
appearance and

WHEREAS, This improvement is limited to replacement of the Wymore Road wall

NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby

 RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors shall obtain an open ended line of credit with a reputable
financial institution that will permit the upgrading of said Subdivision in a manner that will provide and
permit such action over a period of 15 years without increasing the current dues structure by
continuing the current special assessment of $50.00.

 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution for current and future
financing is approved.

The Membership considered and passed Resolution Number 2.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 10:45 a.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President


                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                          October 27, 2005

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 27, 2005 at the home of BOD
President, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks,
Didi Schenker, Mike Culver, Gordon Horn, Bob Semones, Dan Copeland, Bud Raike, Paul Hueber,
Alec String and Brian Pelski were in attendance.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.

The annual homeowners meeting will be held on November 19, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. at the SLH
recreation area (playground). Notice of meeting will be mailed out.

Mike Culver passed out copies and presented a summary of the proposed new ―Resident Access
Control System‖. The board of directors has spent the last year researching different options and
systems to update the outdated system currently in use. After discussions, questions and
suggestions, minor changes were made to the presentation. Mike will be preparing a final draft to be
passed out to all residents prior to the annual meeting. The BOD is recommending the association
approval of this system. The estimated total cost of the system is not to exceed $25,000.

Howard reviewed, in detail, the proposed budget changes for next year. Annual wage analysis
sheets for our guard service were passed out. Salaries for guards (proposed new wages vs. current
wages), maintenance of front entrance and sidewalk repair were some of the items up for
considerations.

Weed control for the neighborhood waterways and the possibility of putting carp into the lakes was
mentioned.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:35 p.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                               Spring Lake Association Inc.
                    2005 ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION MEETING
                       November 19, 2005 At The SLH Recreation Area

Board of Directors present: President – Howard McDonald, Vice President – Elizabeth Slade,
Secretary – Jean Alexander, Bob Semones, Gordon Horn, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker
and Dan Copeland.

The President called the meeting to Order at 10:10 a.m.

Determination of Quorum

Quorum was present. Motion made and seconded to accept minutes (without reading) from last
years meeting.

Board Member Reports

Gordon Horn, Architectural Review, gave approval for several driveways (pavers) to be installed and
several home renovations within the past year.

Larry Hanks, Maintenance, dock was replaced and will be sealed this month. Park renovations are in
the works. A committee will be established to work on sidewalk repair. Wall construction will start
soon.

Didi Schenker, Welcoming, eleven new families have moved into the neighborhood this past year.

Motion to Adopt Budget for ensuing year

Motion to adopt the budget and the annual assessment ($155.00 per quarter per lot) for 2006 was
made. No discussions and no questions from residents. Motion seconded and voted unanimous.

Motion to Adopt Resolution providing for proposed replacement and upgrade of the entry system.

WHEREAS, The Spring Lake Subdivision entrance control system is now in excess of 15 years of
age and whereby technology has eclipsed the existing system rendering the current hydraulic
apparatus obsolete and not adaptable to automated control systems and

WHEREAS, Parts to maintain the system are no longer available causing cannibalization of the
balance of the system to maintain functionality and

WHEREAS, The residents of the Spring Lake Subdivision are desirous of maintaining their
Subdivision on a par with other newer subdivisions and to incorporate the latest technologies and
appearance and

WHEREAS, This improvement is limited to replacement of the entrance system composed of
Electronic control arms, E-Pass type transponder system and concomitant computer equipment for
administration and control of residents, guests, emergency vehicles and workmen and

 WHEREAS, two vehicle transponders will be issued to vehicles registered to a Spring Lake Hills
address. Residents may purchase transponders for guests at $12 each otherwise guests must use
the guest lane. The guards will utilize the resident computerized approved guest list and calling
instructions that is currently utilized for guest entry into the neighborhood. This system will allow the
guard staff to better focus on keeping unauthorized guests out of the neighborhood and help enhance
the security and safety for the entire neighborhood. And

WHEREAS, The cost of said improvement is approximately $25,000.00

NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby

 RESOLVED, that the Board of Directors shall fund this improvement with the Line of Credit as
approved by the members on October 15, 2005

 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution for construction and
financing is approved

Questions – Is this in the annual budget? Answer -No, it is already in the line of credit approved on
10/15/05 ($300,000 credit line).
Questions – do we have permits for starting the wall? Answer -No, the masonry company will take
care of getting the permits. It is already in the line of credit approved on 10/15/05.
Questions – What is the start date of the Wymore road project and will the south end of our entrance
wall be raised? Answer - the start date is now 2007 and the new plans indicate that the south end will
not be raised. The height of the new wall will be 8 feet.

Motion was made, seconded and voted in favor (with 1 oppose) to replace and upgrade the entry
system.

Election of Directors
Results of the BOD election were presented as follows: Jean Alexander (48 votes), Frank Minish (45
votes), Didi Schenker (43 votes), Bud Raike (1 vote (write-in).


New Business

Howard McDonald, President, thanked Dan Copeland (at large) for serving on the board since March
of 2005. Dan Copeland filled the position vacated by Ken Heimlich, former board member and
treasurer for the SLH association.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 10:35 a.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President

                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                         November 19, 2005

The following meeting was called to order immediately after the annual meeting for the purpose of
assigning director positions. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Larry Hanks, Bob Semones, Frank
Minish, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker, Elizabeth Slade were in attendance.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 10:45 a.m.

Motions were made, seconded and voted unanimous for the following director positions:

President, Elizabeth Slade            elizabethslade@cfl.rr.com
Vice President, Howard McDonald      howardmcdonald@earthlink.net
Secretary (Position open –Jean Alexander will hold until position can be filled)
Treasurer, Susan Horn                floridahorn@aol.com
Maintenance, Larry Hanks              lhanksjr@yahoo.com
Architectural Review, Gordon Horn    floridahorn@aol.com
Welcoming, Didi Schenker             schenkad1@earthlink.net
Security, Mike Culver                mculver@grgce.com
AT Large, Jean Alexander             jeanja@earthlink.net
At Large, Bob Semones                Semones@semonesandfields.com
At Large, Frank Minish               gilbertminish@earthlink.net

It was decided to schedule a meeting before the Xmas holidays.

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS, THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 10:55 a.m.

Jean Alexander, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                          December 13, 2005

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on December 13, 2005 at the home of BOD
President, Elizabeth Slade. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks, Didi
Schenker, Gordon Horn, Bob Semones, Bud Raike, Paul Hueber were in attendance. Mike Culver
and Frank Minish were absent.

The President, Elizabeth Slade called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm.

Motion was made, seconded and voted unanimous for Judy Shujman to fill the position of secretary
for the BOD.

Security
Association is currently looking for a person to fill vacant position on our guard staff.

The following Xmas bonuses and raises for the coming year were voted unanimous.

Each guard will receive a 5% (of current hourly rate) increase.

Current hourly rate Bonus:
James Jones 8.85 $300.00
John Shaw 8.60 $300.00
J. Luis Velez 7.57 $250.00
Patsy Jerry 7.30 $200.00
Other Business

The BOD voted unanimous to give Susan Horn a $100.00 gift check for her financial support during
the past year. Elizabeth also donated a gift certificate to Susan in appreciation for all of her support.

Architectural Review
Renovations without permits

Request for enclosing garage

Homeowner has not completed privacy fence.


New Business

Too many realtor signs are being displayed at the front entrance.

Bulbs need replacing at front entrance.

Wall committee will remain as is for the New Year. Permits are currently being obtained.

Briefly discussed renovations for the playground. The BOD discussed the possibility of adding a
pavilion, barbecue pit and a fenced play area.

Work on the "Resident Access Control System" will begin in January 2006. Deposit has already been
paid.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:20 p.m.

Jean Alexander, (acting) Secretary
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________



                                          << 2006 >>


                              NO MEETING MINUTES JAN 06 – FEB 06



                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                            Board Of Directors Meeting - March 30, 2006
A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on March 30, 2006, at the home of Vice
President, Howard McDonald. Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi
Schenker, Gordon Horn, and Jean Alexander were present. Bob Semones and Frank Minish were
absent.

Approximately twenty visiting homeowners attended.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:06 pm.


Old Business
Garage sale made a profit of $30 after expenses were paid. 47 members participated. Complaints--
Garage sale items should not come in from outside the neighborhood.

Wall
Everything is approved for the wall. Howard and Elizabeth signed the note for the line of credit
($250,000) for the capital projects. We are awaiting the bricks that are on back order. We need to
order extra bricks, amount to be determined later.

The culvert near the Kleiman's house was fixed and the other two were fine.

A 25 cent raise per hour was approved for Ruth, the guard.

No progress has been made on the sidewalks or on the playground.

Discussion about resituating the sidewalks and the street lights.

Discussed the stop sign and the tennis courts needing work.

Welcoming
Discussion that the welcoming committee can help make the transition with the transponders from the
old to the new homeowners.

Architectural Review
There is a lot of remodeling going on. The Vigrass house is up for sale.

Treasurer
The Treasurer's report was approved as read.

Security
Discussion on when the transponders will come in-soon


New Business
Problems with barking dogs-homeowners were told to call animal control- it is not a board issue.

Waterways
The canal is owned by the people adjacent to the canal and is private property. It is not subject to
Riparian Rights laws. No trespassing signs are at the ends of the canal. Brian Pelski, a former
member of the Board, and Larry Hanks have been working with the City of Maitland to develop a plan
to help clean up the two small lakes and the canal. They believe that the lakes and the canal are a
valuable amenity to the neighborhood. They hired an independent lawyer, Akerman and Senterfitt, to
interpret our Bylaws and Restrictions regarding the waterways. They presented a letter to the board
from the attorneys stating the seriousness of the matter, along with a detailed summary of their
research into the matter.

Brian and Larry have been working on funding from the City of Maitland for the cleanup that will
consist of herbicide and carp. Maitland will pay $8863 if we come up with the other half. They said
that time is of the essence and that current weather conditions are best suited for treatment. Destiny
Springs condos have no money to help.

There was discussion about different ways to assess the homeowners. Brian and Larry believe that
under the Restrictions and Regulations of SLH, the Homeowners Association is able to assess
property owners for upkeep of the waterways.

President Elizabeth Slade said that she has researched the canals. Man made canals have no
Riparian Rights and whoever owns the land under the canals is responsible for their upkeep. The
lakes and the canals are subject to different laws. The canal is not a common area; it is part of the
homeowners back yard. It is important to know that no matter what our Bylaws and Covenants say,
any state law will supersede them.

There was discussion about forming an independent group of canal owners to take care of these
themselves.

There was a lot of passionate discussion from both sides regarding whether the Homeowners
association was responsible, not responsible, or even able to fund any of this. A motion was made to
seek further legal counsel. It was seconded by Howard McDonald and passed.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:30 pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President



                             NO MEETING MINUTES APR 06 – MAY 06



                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                             Board Of Directors Meeting - June 21, 2006

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on June 21, 2006, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker,
Gordon Horn, Bob Semones, and Jean Alexander were present. Frank Minish was absent.

Four visiting homeowners attended.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:06 pm.
The minutes of the March 30 board meeting were approved as read.

The Treasurer’s report was also approved. We will contact the people in arrears to collect their
outstanding dues.


Old Business

Committee Reports:

Security
Former guard, Lois, has returned.

Welcoming
We voted to give the new residents two free transponders.

Architectural Review
A second letter to inform the board of their intent will go out to the household with termite infestation.

Board members will go and look at the aesthetics of a fence under consideration.

Front entrance
There has been a new landscaper hired for the front entrance. Jean Alexander will help with
landscaping the front entrance and stocking the guard house.

We had a hit and run at the guard house, and we are working on repairing the electrical and the stop
sign.

Playground
A committee is partially formed and will make a presentation to the board to be voted on at the annual
meeting.

Transponders
Everyone needs to finish getting their transponders because the guards will not continue to manually
control the gate.

Wall
The bricks are in. Demolition will begin soon. A temporary fence will be put up. Homeowners adjacent
to the wall will receive a notice to remove any plants or shrubs they don’t want taken away by the
demolition within five feet of the wall. Sod will be replaced on both sides of the wall.

Sidewalks
We have done our walk around to check their conditions. We have a company to contact regarding
pricing for repair of the sidewalks.


New Business

Waterways
There was extensive discussion. Copies of the legal opinion letter were distributed to all board
members.
A resolution needs to be crafted and presented to the board at least 45days prior to the annual
meeting and then voted on at the annual meeting.

A request was made to find out if the association attorney would help craft the resolution.

Guard House
We will cancel the contract on the guard house computer. It is no longer needed.

Waste Services
Waste services will bill residents directly for last year’s walk-up service. This year’s service will still be
owed at the rate of $10 per month.

We will send out a newsletter.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:20 pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President



                               NO MEETING MINUTES JUL 06 – AUG 06



                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                          Board Of Directors Meeting - September 12, 2006

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on September 12, 2006, at the home of
President, Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn,
Bob Semones, Jean Alexander, and Judy Shujman were present. Howard McDonald was absent.

Five visiting homeowners attended.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.

The minutes of the June 21 board meeting were approved as read.

The Treasurer’s report was also approved. It was moved by Jean Alexander and seconded by Didi
Schenker.


Committee Reports:

Welcoming
There are 4 new homeowners in the neighborhood. Didi will be or has been contacting them.

Security
We have had some recent break-ins. We need to lock our car doors and our homes and leave our
front and back outside lights on at night.

Architectural Review
We readdressed the fence issue from the previous board meeting.


Old Business

Wall
There is a little bit of a delay because of some changes that needed to be made and some power
lines that need to be moved. We are waiting for the Power Company to move the power lines.

Waterways
The group that has undertaken this issue says that things are progressing nicely and that the fish
should be put in soon.

Waste Services Bill
Thanks to Win Adams, an over billing issue has been corrected. See the newsletter for an
explanation. Mr. Adams will keep us apprised.

Violations
We will send notices to people with violations concerning commercial vehicles and trucks parked in
driveways. Pods in driveways will be dealt with on an individual basis.


New Business

Sidewalks
When Spring Lake Hills was built, the developer required the builders of the houses to build the
sidewalks but they were put on common property. Now the sidewalks belong to us and we need to
bring them up to safe standards and then fully impose sanctions on the people who break their
sidewalks. Future breakages will have to be repaired at the homeowners’ expense.

We have a quote of $6 per square foot from PJQ Concrete who was recommended by the city of
Altamonte Springs. This quote included removal of the old sidewalk, minor tree root removal, and 4"
thick 3000 PSI concrete. This is the best estimate by far, and the Board voted to approve it. Monies
will come from the Road Fund.

Annual Meeting
The meeting is tentatively set for Saturday, November 11, at 10:00 AM on the tennis courts.

Elections
The terms of four board members are due to expire: Mike Culver, Gordon Horn, and Bob Semones.
They are coming up for re-election, as well as Judy Shujman, who came on for Frank Minish.

Playground
There was discussion about how much money we want to allocate for the playground. There will be a
possible email survey to determine community interest and level of funds we wish to commit.


Other New Business
We discussed fixing the pothole mentioned at the last board meeting.

We will send out a newsletter.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:50 PM

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
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                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                        October 24, 2006

Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 24, 2006 at the home of BOD
President, Elizabeth Slade. Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Elizabeth Slade, Didi Schenker,
Gordon Horn, Bob Semones, Mike Culver, Bud Raike and Cliff Fancher were in attendance. Larry
Hanks and Judy Shujman were absent.

The President, Elizabeth Slade called the meeting to order at 7:08 pm.

Minutes from the BOD meeting held on September 12, 2006 were approved as read (moved by Bob
and seconded by jean).

Financial report was accepted (moved by Mike and seconded by Bob).

Wall
Concrete block retention wall will have to be constructed behind the properties at 220 Rollingwood
Trail, 230 Rollingwood Trail and half way behind the properties of 210 and 240 Rollingwood Trail
causing for temporary delay.

Welcoming
There are five new homeowners in the neighborhood (one contacted).

Security
BOD discussed installing basic cable in the guardhouse at a rate of $50.00 per month.

Architectural Review
Discussed dock construction at residence on the canal. This construction has already been approved
by the county and was up for review by the BOD.

BOD discussed unkept yards in the neighborhood. This will be a topic of concern in the next issue of
our newsletter.

Playground
Suzanne Arwardy is working on plans for the playground. The plans will be presented to the BOD
prior to the annual meeting.

Insurance
Our insurance will be increased for 2007. Final numbers will be ready for the annual meeting.
New Business

MSBU Program (Municipal Service Benefit Unit) - Elizabeth attended a county meeting and presented
the BOD with documentation petitioning for improvement in a request to establish an MSBU for the
purpose of acquiring aquatic weed control improvements for Spring Lake. After reading and reviewing
the documents, Motion was made (Mike) and seconded (Didi) for option A of the petition. The Motion
carried, one was oppose (Bob).

Note: copy of the documents dated October 18, 2006 "Petition for Improvement", Request for Special
Assessment District, Spring Lake Aquatic Weed Control MSBU will be recorded in the archives with
minutes from the October 24, 2006 meeting.

Guest Entry Software was tabled for later date.

BOD discussed establishing a time limit for Pod’s or temporary storage units to be placed on a
property within the neighborhood.

BOD discussed and reviewed the proposed 2007 budget. Motion was made seconded and voted
unanimous to increase our dues from $205.00 to $220.00.

Annual Meeting will be held at the Holiday Inn, SR436 and Wymore Road, Altamonte Springs, Fl.
32714.

Resolutions
Resolution providing for changing the By-laws - Annual meeting date from the month of November to
the month of January.

Resolution providing for changing covenants and restrictions – Changing description from "Security
Guard" to "Gate Attendant" to provide for a lesser classification for insurance purposes.

Both Resolutions were moved, seconded and voted unanimous.
Christmas Decorations

Jean Alexander volunteered to oversee Xmas decorations. November 26, 2006 at 11:00 am at the
front entrance.

Halloween will be held on October 31, 2006 from 6pm to 9pm.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:35 p.m.

Jean Alexander, (acting) Secretary
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                        November 13, 2006

(Emergency Call Meeting)
Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on November 13, 2006 at the neighborhood
playground. Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Jean Alexander, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Larry
Hanks and Suzanne Arwardy were in attendance. Didi Schenker, Bob Semones and Judy Shujman
were absent.

The President, Elizabeth Slade called the meeting to order at 5:30 pm.

Elizabeth introduced Suzanne Arwardy to the BOD’s after which Suzanne gave a brief presentation
on her research for the new playground. Questions from the BOD’s were entertained and the plans
were narrowed down to three vendors. An estimated total for playground renovations will range
between $35,000 and $70,000.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:50 p.m.

Jean Alexander, (acting) Secretary
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President

                             Spring Lake Association Incorporated
                         2006 Annual Homeowners Association Meeting
                     November 16, 2006 at the Altamonte Springs Holiday Inn

Board of Directors present: President-Elizabeth Slade, Vice President- Howard McDonald, Secretary-
Judy Shujman, Howard McDonald, Mike Culver, Gordon Horn, Bob Semones, and Jean Alexander

The president called the meeting to order at 7:15 P.M.

Determination of Quorum

Quorum was present. Motion made and seconded to accept minutes (without reading) from last
year’s meeting.

Board Member Reports

Gordon Horn, Architectural Review, gave approval for many architectural renovations this past year
and thanked homeowners for submitting their plans to him.

Mike Culver, Security, reported that this year new transponders have been activated. The new
software for the gatehouse, developed by Mike Culver, uses three types of status for guests:

1. admit all guests without calling

2. call for every guest

3. call for any guest not on the approved list

Howard McDonald, Wall, stated that the wall is being built and that the delay was caused by Florida
Power Company. Sod and grading will be continued inside and outside of the wall, and a committee
will be formed to work on the outside landscaping. Fences will be removed after grading.

The sidewalks will be completed in the next few weeks.
Motions Being Presented

Motion to adopt the budget and the quarterly dues ($ 170 per quarter per lot) for 2007 was made. As
of October 31, all money used was from the Capital Improvement Fund. The $50 per quarter special
assessment will not go up. The total is $170 + $50 = 220 per quarter per lot.

Motion to adopt the resolution for providing for changing the date of the Annual Meeting to January
was with drawn because of the dates of the fiscal year, IRS, etc.

Motion to adopt the resolution providing for name changes for the gate attendants was moved,
seconded, and passed.

Resolution providing for Gate Services

       WHEREAS, The Covenants and Restrictions of Spring Lake Hills, Inc. provide for certain
services as specifically authorized by the Association as stated in: C & R. 31 Section 3. (6) Providing
police protection, night watchmen, guard and gate services, but only when and to the extent
specifically authorized by said Association and

        WHEREAS, there is no recorded specific authorization for any of the services so specified as
required by the Covenants and Restrictions and

        WHEREAS, the Association is desirous of providing Gate Services as authorized and

       WHEREAS, the designation ―Gate Attendant‖ is more descriptive of the services provided
and should provide for a lesser classification for insurance purposes and opens up the position for
more applicants as opposed to ―Security Guard‖

        NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby

Resolved, that the Board of Directors shall establish an organization known as Gate Services which
shall consist of a resident to be in charge and shall consist of necessary personnel to staff and
operate said organization as approved by the Board of Directors and in conformance with the SOP for
Gate Operations as adopted by said Directors.

        NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution is approved.

Motion to adopt the resolution providing for control of portable storage units was moved, seconded,
and passed. It was noted that the Board can approve a hardship exception.

Resolution providing for the modification of the Rules and Regulations to provide for the control of
Temporary Storage Units

       WHEREAS, the membership is desirous of providing guidance for the administration and
control of Temporary Storage Units the following information is to be added to the Association’s Rules
and Regulations, an amendment to the By-laws.

Definition: Temporary Storage Unit shall mean a transportable unit designed and used primarily for
temporary storage of building materials (before they are utilized for building purposes), household
goods, and other such materials for use on a limited basis on residential property.

1. Temporary Storage Units shall only be placed on the property owner’s driveway or a parking area
or, if access exists at the side or rear of the site, the side or rear yard.

2. The Temporary Storage Unit shall be located at such address for a maximum of five (5)
consecutive days, including the days of delivery and removal.

3. Each residential property is limited to a maximum of four (4) registrations per calendar year, and a
minimum of fifteen (15) days shall elapse between the end of one (1) registration period and the
beginning of another.

4. In the event of a tropical storm warning or hurricane watch issued by the National Weather
Service, the Resident or Supplier shall immediately remove, or cause to be removed, the Temporary
Storage Unit after a warning or watch has been issued.

5. The Resident, as well as the Supplier, shall be responsible for ensuring that the Temporary
Storage Unit is delivered and maintained in good condition, free from evidence of deterioration,
weathering, discoloration, graffiti, rust, ripping, tearing, or other holes or breaks, at all times.

6. No Temporary Storage Unit shall be used to store solid waste, construction debris, demolition
debris, recyclable materials, business inventory, commercial goods, goods for property other than at
the residential property where the Temporary Storage Unit is located or any other illegal or hazardous
material.

   NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the membership that this resolution is approved.

Motion to provide for a revitalized recreation area was moved, seconded, and passed. Susan Arwady
presented plans for a new playground and recreation area. The playground committee consists of
Elizabeth Slade, Susan Arwady and Marty Cummins.

Motion to adopt Resolution providing for a Revitalized Recreation Area

      WHEREAS, The Residents of Spring Lake Hills, Inc. have since inception enjoyed the
availability of a recreational area composed of tennis courts, children’s play area and other amenities
and

       WHEREAS, portions of these facilities deteriorated to an unsightly and unsafe condition and
were subsequently demolished and

        WHEREAS, the Association is desirous of maintaining a recreational area that provides for
these amenities and enhances the livability and increases the value of the overall community and
individual properties

         NOW THEREFORE, It is hereby resolved, that the membership supports the continuing
efforts to revitalize said recreational area and approves the allocation of funds not to exceed
$50,000.00 for these purposes with said funds to be provided from the ongoing Capital Improvement
program.

Election of Directors
Results of the Board of Directors election were presented as follows: The newly elected directors are
Mike Culver, Catherine de Maso, Gordon Horn, and Judy Shujman.


New Business
The top of the wall by the condos on Lake Destiny is in disrepair.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:20 P.M.

Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                         December 14, 2006

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on December 14, 2006, at the home of
President, Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn,
Jean Alexander, and Judy Shujman were present. Howard McDonald was absent.

Suzanne Arwady, chair of the Playground Committee, brought April Craven of Dominica Recreation.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 6:35 pm.

The minutes of the November 13 board meeting were approved.


Committee Reports:

Playground
Suzanne Arwady brought April Craven of Dominica Recreation to show a proposal for the new
playground. Pavilions were also discussed. We are concentrating now on children’s equipment, but
an adult course may be added later.

Election of Officers were moved and seconded

President-Elizabeth Slade, V.P.-Howard McDonald, Treasurer-Susan Horn, Secretary-Judy Shujman.

Committee Chairs-Welcoming-Didi Schenker, Maintenance-Jean Alexander, Gatekeeper-Mike
Culver, Architectural Review-Gordon Horn, Web Newsletter-open

Gatekeeper
Gate attendants will be given Christmas bonuses and a 4% pay increase beginning January 1, 2007.
Bonuses were to James-$350, John-$300, Louis-$200, and Ruth-$150.

Architectural Review
The sidewalks look great. The insurance quote will be here in a few days. Backflow devices have
been tested.


Old Business

Christmas lights were bought by Jean Alexander.

Wall
$99K was drawn so far from the Line of Credit out of an actual cost of $200K.


New Business

Cable or Dish was approved for the guardhouse.

A notice will be sent to James Sada about his enclosed garage.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 PM

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________



                                       << 2007 >>
                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                        January 11, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on January 11, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker,
Gordon Horn, Jean Alexander, Catherine de Maso, and Judy Shujman were present.

Visitors were Paul Hueber and Bud Raike

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:03 pm.

The minutes of the December 14 board meeting were approved without being read.


Committee Reports:

Playground

Larry Hanks will head the playground committee with Suzanne Arwady.

Playground: Larry Hanks had the final quote. A deposit must be made to keep the price as low as it
is and to guarantee the 5% discount.

Motion was made to accept the quote of $40,895 installed, and to add an extra picnic table for $667.
To this amount it was moved to add the shade piece for $6582, and the fill dirt for $2000. The total
expenditure will be $50,144. The motion was unanimously accepted. Mike, Larry, Catherine, and
Gordon will choose the colors. Paul Hueber had good grading ideas for the playground’s swamp-like
possibilities. A quote of $2000 was obtained to pressure wash and paint the wall and the basketball
and tennis courts behind the playground.

Welcoming
Didi Schenker has welcomed the new neighbors at 210 Rollingwood Trail.

Security

Mike Culver will order more transponders. Some transponders are inactivated after 120 days.
James can enter guests into the computer now.

Wall

Money has been budgeted for Bahia sod to be planted. There will be no irrigation possible because
of water pressure, pipe width, and distance. The county water truck can water it for four weeks.
Vivian Powers’ house had dirt runoff into her pool.

Maintenance

Jean Alexander said the front entrance was pressure-washed. Two sprinklers around gatehouse
were broken during construction. Discussed hospice truck’s hitting the gatehouse.

Newsletter

Catherine deMaso will edit it, and the Board will review it before it comes out.

Architectural Review

Gordon Horn will send out a letter about a door color that is not in keeping with the colors. Pod letters
will be sent out 15 days apart. Letter to James Sada about his enclosed garage was discussed.


Old Business

Lakes: Larry Hanks put the grass-eating carp in the lake during the past week.

Parking in the street is acceptable only for visitors.


New Business

Bud Raike mentioned thank you’s from the gate attendants for their gifts.

Open House signs at the entrance show little or no class.

They can be up for 3 days inside the gate only. There may be no Open House signs out in front of
the neighborhood.

Garage Sale: Sat., March 24 only. Beth Gerber is charging $2 per household for the signs and for
advertising. A donation vehicle will come after the sale to pick up the leftover items.

Motion was made to lien Palusso’s house for $410 before the closing, the lien to be effective Jan. 22,
2007. It was unanimously accepted.

Satellite dish vs. Cable at the Gatehouse: Mike Culver will talk to Susan and Bright House about a
quote. Dish is easier except for thunderstorms’ interrupting service. Jean Alexander said the palm
tree lights should come out. Mike Culver will trace the conduit out for power.

Elizabeth Slade adjourned the meeting at 9:25 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                         February 15, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on February 15, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn, Jean
Alexander, Catherine de Maso, and Judy Shujman were present. Howard McDonald and Didi
Schenker were absent.

Visitors were Bud Raike and Connie and Jo Verlander.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm.

The minutes of the January 11 board meeting were approved with a change from the word ―lightning‖
to ―thunderstorms‖ in reference to a satellite dish.


Committee Reports:

Playground

Because we don’t need to fill and grade the playground, just dig a swale near the back wall, Larry
Hanks will make a call to get the Bobcat man and Farid Tavill to connect and then he will sign the
letter of intent to sign the contract for the playground. Colors will be earth tones. Concrete sidewalk
will run by the tennis courts.

Welcoming

All policies should be related to the new homeowners regarding trash collection, etc., and they should
be reminded that at closing they signed a letter agreeing to abide by the covenants and restrictions.

Wall

Through Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald reported that we need a special permit to do anything on
county land. Elizabeth will check on what the county will do for us regarding seeding or sodding. Cliff
Fancher has reported that there are sprinklers from wells that are hitting the wall and seeping
through. That will be taken care of by TMac, after he locates the problems.

Newsletter

Catherine deMaso brought her draft, and the Board reviewed it.
Architectural Review

James Sada’s enclosed garage was discussed. An Executive Session was held for the purposes of
discussing legal issues as directed by our attorney.

Treasurer’s Report

We are going to lien houses which are past due from last year.


Old Business

Our 35-year-old neighborhood is in the process of transition. The next ten years will be a period of
remodeling. There is a 30-year precedent for no garage sales. There are boats in driveways, trucks
with signs on them in driveways, and cars parked on the street. Parking in the street is acceptable
only for visitors.


New Business

Realtors must be told to tell their buyers to be aware that we have an association with rules and
restrictions. All violators are causing an increased cost to the entire neighborhood for attorneys’ fees
to enforce the codes and restrictions. We will begin to have social activities like block parties, Yards-
of-the-Month, and we welcome any other ideas that may come from residents, whose help we need
to keep the association representative of the neighborhood’s needs and wishes.

A possible penalty for late dues was discussed. Elizabeth Slade will explore how to change a
covenant or restriction.

Elizabeth Slade adjourned the meeting at 9:25 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President



                                   NO MEETING MINUTES MAR 07



                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                            April 19, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on April 19, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Larry Hanks, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn,
Jean Alexander, and Judy Shujman were present. Mike Culver & Catherine DeMaso were absent

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:08 pm.
The minutes of the February 15 board meeting were approved without being read.

The treasurer’s report was accepted as well.


Committee Reports:

Welcoming

Didi Schenker needs more directories. Elizabeth will get her some more.

Maintenance

T-Mac fixed the sprinklers by the wall. Elizabeth will continue to get quotes for a vinyl fence on the
south side of the wall. Negotiations are underway about the brush clearing beforehand. Howard
McDonald will call the county to find out the length of the two properties on the south side of the wall.

We have quotes for repairing or replacing two gates at the tennis courts. Water buildup in streets
discussed. Residue in some toilets was discussed. Residents were told to call Altamonte Springs
Water Department about it. Landscaping at front entrance was discussed and quotes will be gotten.
Sprinklers at the front entrance are still broken. Discussion about a playground fence was initiated.

Jean Alexander resigned from the board effective tonight, after a lengthy term on the Board. We
thank her for her many years of hard work and wish her well. Elizabeth will find a replacement.

Architectural Review

The Sada discussion is on hold. Wall damage caused by high-speed chase is being investigated.
Landscaping quotes are being obtained and irrigation possibilities are being reviewed.


Old Business

Playground

The playground is moving forward. The land has been graded nicely and swaled to remove the water
and prevent its buildup. Larry Hanks will call to have the playground company arrange for the permit,
and then construction will begin after our payment is received.


New Business

Penalties for dues nonpayment were discussed. Catherine de Maso will be removed from the board is
she misses one more meeting, and will need a 2/3 vote to be put back on.

Larry Hanks suggested that a letter with 10-15 of the most important rules and regulations be signed
by incoming homeowners at the time of moving in.

The garage sale generated $12 in profit for the Association.

Elizabeth has a list of the homeowners who continue to put trash out on the curb. Only two
subdivisions in Seminole County have backyard pickup, and we are one of them. The homeowners
are to pay the garbage bill when it arrives. This coming year’s bill has already arrived.

The Board members signed the changes to the By-Laws voted on at the Annual Meeting. It was
drafted by Cliff Fancher and approved by the attorney.

Elizabeth Slade adjourned the meeting at 8:49 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________

                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                            May 31, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on May 31, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Larry Hanks, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn,
Mike Culver, and Judy Shujman were present. Catherine DeMaso was absent.

Five visitors were in attendance.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:11 pm.

The minutes of the April 19 board meeting were approved after being read individually.

The treasurer’s report was accepted as well. Elizabeth will talk to Susan Horn, the treasurer, on
Friday.


Committee Reports:

Maintenance:

Irma Sonntag has been working very hard on the landscaping of the entrance. It looks beautiful.
Hessenauer, the original installers of the sprinklers, have been contacted again for more work on the
entrance. A three-month contract with them has been entered into.

Architectural Review

Gordon Horn will look at the conditions of brown patches in lawns and send out letters. Pods will be
looked at.

A 70’ dark gray vinyl fence is being installed on the left side of the development to connect to the
brick wall. Most of the chain link fence is being removed. A check was received by the homeowner
whose property borders this, Mrs. Zaffran.

Security

Mike Culver ordered 75 more transponders to be sold at $15 each from now on. Unless the selling
homeowners give the new owners their old transponders, the cost will be $15 each to new residents
as well.
Patsy has returned to help out while Lois is on vacation.

The gate attendants may leave the gatehouse to check out a car crash if it is within their view.

There is a speeder in a white El Camino on Springwood Trail.

There is a turquoise boat with a white interior parked on the street.

We received a letter from a nearby condo association stating that supposed SLH residents were
using their pool.


Old Business:

Playground:

Larry Hanks says that the playground is almost here. It will be delivered any day. Cliff Fancher will
post the plans on the website. Gordon will help Larry set the corner stakes. A permit is being
obtained for the shade. It will come later.

Newsletter

Cliff Fancher has graciously agreed to write the newsletter, which will include the blurb from Brian
Pelski that carp have been put into the lakes as a final step in the water treatment plan.

Garbage Pickup

Approximately 20 residents have not paid their garbage bills. A list is coming from the company.

TV at the Gatehouse

Elizabeth made a motion to install a satellite dish at the gatehouse. 5 yes’s, 1 nay, and 1 abstention.

Wall Repair

The bricks are here and will be installed very soon.

Gate Attendants

Mike Culver will talk to the gate attendants about remaining awake. A letter will be sent to Louis.


New Business:

Landscaping and Irrigation

 Larry Hanks, who introduced resident Gary Stewart, began the discussion of landscaping and
irrigation outside of the wall. Many landscaping estimates have been reviewed, and one more will be
obtained before the president signs the final order. Gary Stewart then talked about the proposal from
Hessenauer Irrigation.
 Larry Hanks set forth a motion to adopt a program from Hessenauer Irrigation, provided by Gary
Stewart, to put in a deep-well irrigation system for $13,947, subject to funding by the Spring Lake
Association and approval by Seminole County. The motion was seconded and unanimously
approved.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:20 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President



                              NO MEETING MINUTES JUN 07 - JUL 07



                                     Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                               Minutes
                                            August, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on August 6, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Board members Elizabeth Slade, Howard McDonald, Didi Schenker, Gordon Horn,
Mike Culver, Karen Hereich, and Judy Shujman were present. Larry Hanks was absent.

Three visitors were in attendance.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:02 pm.

The minutes of the May 31 board meeting were approved with one correction after being read
individually.

The treasurer’s report was accepted as well. The treasurer, Susan Horn, attended the meeting and
clarified the style of accounting we are using. After much discussion, we decided to go to the bank to
expand the size of our loan.

Mike Culver helped Beth Gerber with the new directories, using the website directory, too.


Committee Reports:

Maintenance

Flowers are in.

Security

Mike Culver stated that people keep running through the gate and breaking it. James can now fix the
gate with a plastic nut that is kept at the gate. The program to download transponder information to
the controller is too hot and will be sent back to the programmers. The AC in the gate house freezes
up. We need to put in a 1.5-ton window unit.
Gate attendants will now ask visitors and anyone entering through the left gate to fill out a sign-in
sheet stating their credentials. This will encourage residents to get transponders.

Landscaping and Irrigation

Trees, then shrubs, mulch and sod will be planted by the wall after grading. By Wednesday it will look
beautiful!!! The money will be paid to the irrigation company this week, and the electrical contractor
will be paid in the next thirty days. Conduits under the road are not deep enough. Mike Culver will
call the well man.


Old Business:

Playground

Larry Hanks was absent, but Susan Arwady called Elizabeth Slade and told her that Seminole County
needs architectural drawings of the shade before it can be installed.

TV at the Gatehouse

A satellite dish was installed at the gate house.

Wall Repair

The wall has been repaired.


New Business:

Infractions:

Trabulsy-too many garbage bags weekly-against county code

McCabe-downed street sign

125 Spring Cove Trail-dumpster shouldn’t be there-needs reflectors

Palm fronds dumped by the condos

Shuldiner-will be turned over to the sheriff for nonpayment soon-green pool, rats

There is flooding behind the wall near the playground. The county will be contacted.

There was a county assessment for lake cleanups. We are a special taxation district. We should not
pay the $495 yet.

Dan Copeland called Elizabeth Slade to see if St. Mary Magdalen could have their Parade of Lights in
the neighborhood, Dec. 15, from 5:30-9:30 with a shuttle and two trolleys. It was OK’d.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:20 P.M.
Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President




                                     NO MEETING MINUTES SEP 07



                             Spring Lake Hills Board of Directors’ Meeting
                                          October 11, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 11, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Board members Elizabeth Slade, Gordon Horn, Mike Culver, Larry Hanks, Kelly
Miller and Judy Shujman were present. Howard McDonald, Karen Hereich, and Didi Schenker were
absent.

Three visitors were in attendance.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:08 pm.

The minutes of the August 6 board meeting were approved as read.

The treasurer’s report was accepted as well:

The treasurer, Susan Horn, got funding at the bank to expand the size of our loan to $50K. The
payment will be a direct link from our account on the 15th of the month. It is a 10-year amortization
with a 5-year balloon. Larry Hanks suggested that we look for a Line of Credit in 4 years. Elizabeth
Slade gave Susan kudos for her hard work on the new loan.

$1K is payable for the county-required survey for the shade structure for the playground.

There is $24K in the Capital Improvement Fund. We should keep 10K as a reserve. The operating
Fund is at a critical level and we should forestall any more spending until next year. Do not put into
the Paving Fund as usual, where there is a large reserve already.

The fence was moved to the Operating Fund.

New AC for the gatehouse cost $800.

There were $9K in transponder expenses.

Susan suggested raising the salaries of the gate attendants by 5% or .50 per hour. They now get
$8.50 per hour.

Lynn Larson needs an increase this year because of costs of gas usage. He should get a $100
increase to $450.
Committee Reports:

Maintenance

The car that hit the wall was stolen and not covered by homeowners’ insurance. The wall repair for
the 2nd accident will come from the Maintenance Fund. Kelly Miller will look into a less expensive
repair than the first one of $10K.

The gatehouse roof, tile, and door need $1K for improvements.

Landscaping and Irrigation

A motion was made to get a well water softener to keep the water from staining the brick wall. A 65-
gallon tank will cost $1472, and Hessenauer will maintain the levels for $172 for seven months. A
motion was made to get two more estimates.

Architectural Review

On Spring Cove Trail there is a jungle on the lakefront obstructing the lake view.

The city is being called about permitting of two sheds.

Gordon Horn will send out 19 letters regarding landscaping this week.

Playground

Larry Hanks said that it will cost $1500 per year to update the mulch yearly. The mulch needs to be
thick enough to retard weed growth. There is a problem with water retention. We don’t want the
playground equipment to sink! We need the help of St. John’s Water Management District to put
pressure on the landlords. Kelly Miller can get fill dirt and put in a French drain to drain the water
elsewhere in the neighborhood.


New Business:

The annual meeting will be held Thursday, November 15 at the Holiday Inn in Altamonte Springs at 7
P.M. The Nominating Committee will be headed up by Howard McDonald.. We need 7 new members
of the Board.

Wymore Road might be widened as soon as next year, coming in 4 feet on our side and 40 feet on
the other side of the road.

Elizabeth Slade would like the chain link fence at the back of the neighborhood to be replaced with a
better quality black one. There will not be a parade in the neighborhood.

Elizabeth Slade proposed a $25 late fee at the bottom of the quarterly dues bills to encourage people
to pay on time.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:05 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President


                             Spring Lake Hills Board of Directors’ Meeting
                                          October 25, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on October 25, 2007, at the home of President,
Elizabeth Slade. Board members Elizabeth Slade, Mike Culver, Howard McDonald, Larry Hanks, Didi
Schenker,and Judy Shujman were present. Kelly Miller arrived late. Karen Hereich was absent.

Five visitors were in attendance.

The President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:15 pm.

The minutes of the October 11 meeting will be available soon.

The treasurer’s report was accepted as well:

The treasurer, Susan Horn, discussed the projected budget for 2008 to be presented at the Annual
Meeting to be held November 15 at the Holiday Inn.

Our worst-case expenses will be $175,716.

We will need $100 per household next year to meet the budget.


Committee Reports:

Playground:

Larry Hanks reported that the survey is finished and we are waiting for the timing of the shade
structure delivery.

Nominating:

Howard McDonald reported that 10-15 people want to be on the Board of Directors. Nominations will
be cut off by Sunday evening. Ballots and proxies will be available at the gatehouse very soon.


New Business:

The agenda for the annual meeting was formalized.

A late fee for dues paying was discussed and tabled.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:25 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President
________________________________________________________________________________
                             Spring Lake Association Incorporated
                         2007 Annual Homeowners Association Meeting
                     November 15, 2007 At The Altamonte Springs Holiday Inn

Board of Directors present: President-Elizabeth Slade, Secretary- Judy Shujman, Mike Culver,
Gordon Horn, Didi Schenker, Larry Hanks, and Kelly Miller. Vice President-Howard McDonald was
absent.

The president, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 7:18 P.M.

Determination of Quorum

Quorum was present. A motion was made by Jean Alexander and seconded by Michael Gerber to
accept the minutes (without reading) from last year’s meeting.

Election of Directors

Ballots were distributed and votes were cast. The new directors in order of most votes are:

Kelly Miller, Howard McDonald, John Keeney, Russ Whittington, and Paul Paquette, with the first
three names serving for three years, and the next two names serving for two years.

The number of votes received by each nominee were:

Kelly Miller-64
Howard McDonald-57
John Keeney-52
Russ Whittington-49
Paul Paquette-43
Elizabeth Slade-34
Bud Raike-32
Jim Salus-27
Karen Hereich-15
Judd Hedrick-11
Ed Slobodnik-11

Board Member, Officer, and Committee Reports

Susan Horn, Treasurer, reported on the change in the financial statement’s appearance to comply
with Accountants’ Standard Accounting Principles. She reviewed the budget and addressed the need
for a dues increase of $25 per quarter. Susan is resigning as Treasurer after four years of excellent
service.

Mike Culver, Security, reported that this year 2-3 transponders have been given out weekly and they
need to be put in the windshields to work properly. Gate attendants are signing visitors in. Residents
need to keep their guest lists updated on the computer.

Gordon Horn, Architectural Review, gave approval for many architectural renovations this past year
and thanked homeowners for submitting their plans to him. Discussion ensued about yards that need
to be cleaned up because of neglect.

Kelly Miller, Wall, stated that the wall has been hit by a car twice within the last six months and that
the new brick is due Tuesday with the mason lined up for November 26. Wymore Road widening
projections were discussed.

Larry Hanks, Playground, said that the playground is complete except for 4 aluminum posts holding
up the new 16 X 16 mesh shade structure, which is coming before Christmas. Larry thanked Suzanne
Arwady for her help with the playground while he was traveling.

Didi Schenker, Welcoming, said that only five new residents moved into the neighborhood this year.

Motion Being Presented

A motion to adopt the budget and the quarterly dues ($ 195 per quarter per lot) for 2008 was made.
The $50 per quarter special assessment will not go up. The total is $195 + $50 = $245 per quarter per
lot. The motion was passed.


New Business

Kelly Miller thanked Elizabeth Slade for her extremely hard work as President for the past two years.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:15 P.M.

Judy Shujman, Secretary
Elizabeth Slade, President


                             Spring Lake Hills Board of Directors’ Meeting
                                         November 15, 2007

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on November 15, 2007, directly after the Annual
Meeting at the Holiday Inn in Altamonte Springs. Elizabeth Slade, Larry Hanks, Mike Culver, Didi
Schenker, Gordon Horn, John Keeney, Kelly Miller, Paul Paquette, Russ Whittington, and Judy
Shujman were present. Howard McDonald was absent.

The preceding President, Elizabeth Slade, called the meeting to order at 8:25 PM.

Election of Officers were moved and seconded. Officers must have been on the Board for one year.

Kelly Miller nominated Howard McDonald for President with a second by Russ Whittington. Gordon
Horn and Mike Culver resigned effective as of now after four years of excellent service.

The new officers for 2008 are:

President-Howard McDonald, Vice President-Kelly Miller, Treasurer-John Keeney, Secretary-Judy
Shujman. Committee Chair-Welcoming-Didi Schenker. Maintenance, Security, and Architectural
Review chairpersons will be appointed by Howard McDonald, President.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 PM

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Kelly Miller, Vice President
Spring Lake Association Inc.
Minutes
29 November 2007

An emergency meeting of the Board of Directors was held on November 29, 2007, at 135 Lake
Destiny Trail, Howard McDonald, Russ Whittington, Paul Paquette, Kelly Miller and John Keeney
were present. Judy Shujman, Didi Schenker, Jim Salus and Elizabeth Slade were absent.

The President, Howard McDonald called the meeting to order at 7:08 pm.

The reading of the minutes of the last meeting were waived.

The treasurer’s report was waived as well.

The purpose of the meeting was to authorize members to be signatories on Financial Checks of the
Association and to appoint two new members.

The following members were approved by the Board of Directors to sign checks:

Howard McDonald
Kelly Miller
John Keeney
Russ Whittington

The following persons were elected to the Board of Directors by the Directors:

Elizabeth Slade
Jim Salus

Respectfully submitted,
Howard McDonald, President



                                  NO MEETING MINUTES DEC 07




                                       << 2008 >>
                                   Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                             Minutes
                                         January 9, 2008

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on January 9, 2008, at the home of the
president, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Elizabeth Slade, Jim Salus, Paul Paquette, Russ
Whittington, Didi Schenker, John Keeney, Kelly Miller and Judy Shujman were all present.

Three visitors were in attendance: Lourdes Paquette, Spessard Hodge, and Paul Hueber.

The president, Howard McDonald, called the meeting to order at 7:25 PM.

The minutes of the November 15 meeting were reviewed and approved by the president.

The new Director of Security is Paul Paquette. The new Landscaping Head and Architectural Review
Committee chairman will be Kelly Miller, assisted by Jim Salus.


Old Business:

Playground-Kelly Miller said that the shade structure’s permit was picked up yesterday and that it will
be installed by the end of January. The check for $2000 is due upon completion, and Russ
Whittington will oversee the installation and payment. The Board will repair the playground after the
installation. Elizabeth Slade said that the new playground has been included in our new survey.

Insurance-Russ Whittington saved the Homeowners’ Association $4,665.89 on liability insurance.
Russ needs Workmen’s Compensation certificates for anyone doing work for the Association in the
neighborhood. TMac was paid $7200 for the year including $800 for worker’s compensation
coverage. We have unlimited exposure to anyone not covered by worker’s compensation. Gate
attendants are covered. Russ was officially thanked for his hard work getting estimates to lower our
costs of insurance.

Landscaping-Kelly Miller is overseeing three estimates for complete landscape maintenance including
outside the front wall and the front entrance. He needs a contact number for Chris Wilson who does
the front entrance for $200 a month.

Treasurer-John Keeney will handle the audit in February, and Lynn Larson and Russ will be there,
also. The certificates are due to Russ before the audit.

Gate Attendants- Four proposals by Paul Paquette were unanimously approved after discussion:

1. Standing Operating Procedures were created in order to establish a clear understanding of how the
attendants will conduct business for SLH, and policies were created for the attendants to give them
guidance on how to conduct business with the Board members. Each member received a copy of the
policies and Paul received positive feedback from each member. These procedures were voted on
and approved unanimously.

2. Budget-A copy of the new Security budget was sent to each member and Paul received positive
feedback from each member of the board. With guard raises and no more payouts for vacation time,
we save $3000 per year. The new Security budget for 2008 was voted on and approved
unanimously.

3. Uniforms-A quote from Harrison Uniform Company was sent to each board member. It was
unanimously approved to purchase the uniforms.

4. TV at the Gatehouse-The satellite bill at the gatehouse will no longer be paid. Paul proposed that
we buy a multidirectional HDTV antenna and mount it inside the roof, saving us the annual fee of
$600 for satellite. The antenna will pick up more than just local channels. This was voted on and
accepted by the board.

Architectural Review- Kelly Miller remarked that the gatehouse needs serious work done on it.
Howard McDonald volunteered to donate a toilet and fixtures to the gatehouse. We are still in need
of a vanity for storage and a new roof with an approximate cost of $5000. The expenses were
approved.

Security- Paul Paquette-The lights on the exit side of the gatehouse will be replaced. Exit gates will
be closed from 10 PM until 5 AM. Paul is pricing electronic exit gates that will open in with plenty of
reflecting tape and a STOP sign on them and a clearly marked place for cars to stop before exiting.


New Business:

John Keeney suggested filling in the holes in the road where the sprinkler system was supposed to
be.

Elizabeth Slade will get quotes for new landscapers. From now on we will have three estimates for
every expense.

Howard McDonald mentioned the possibility in the future of a rear exit gate.

Three people will be consulted for architectural review questions, rather than one person.

The Wymore Road widening project is not yet funded, so plans are not imminent.

We want the city to put reflective materials on the south side of the wall to prevent more accidents
and damage to the wall.

Wall- Kelly Miller remarked on the stained wall from the well and proposed again that we get
Hessenauer to install a filter with a 65-gallon tank with a $294 annual maintenance cost. This was
approved and will come from the Maintenance budget.

Architectural Calls- Kelly Miller said that we need to repair the sea wall on John Mestan’s yard to
keep it from eroding further. It was approved and will be started quickly. A propane tank on Spring
Cove Trail must be fenced in. When something is put on someone else’s property, the homeowner
may remove it and it has nothing to do with the association.

Water retention by playground- Elizabeth will work on it. Didi Schenker said that something was
blocking the drain the last time it flooded.

All new structures in the neighborhood must be approved before adding.

Elizabeth Slade will be paid for her mail outs before the annual meeting.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 PM


Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President
                              NO MEETING MINUTES FEB 07 – APR 07



              Minutes Of Spring Lake Hill Association’s Board Of Directors Meeting
                                           May 6, 2009

The meeting was called to order at 7:05 PM at Gulf States Credit Union in Maitland, Florida.

Directors present were: Kelly Miler, Russ Whittington, Judy Shujman, Karen Heirich, Gary Teramae,
Jim Salus, and Elizabeth Slade.

Absent: Didi Schenker and John Keeney.

Old Business:

A motion was made by Gary Teramae, nominating Elizabeth Slade as the new board member
replacing Howard McDonald who resigned, seconded by Kelly Miller. Elizabeth will be on the board
for the remainder of this year.

The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was waived.


Treasurer’s Report:

Russ Whittington read the Treasurer’s report because John Keeney was absent. With regard to the
first quarter financial statements we find ourselves in a very solid position. We are tracking very well
to budget. We paid down the wall loan by the approved transfer of $100,000 and have made the
additional $2,500 Q1 principal reduction, which normally would have funded the Paving Reserve at
$10.000 per year. We are not pinched for cash flow as we were last year, helped in part by annual
prepayments. We still have a number of residents, who have not paid, and calls will be made to
those residents advising of same, and payments need to be in by the 15th of May at the latest.


Committee Reports:

Insurance: Russ Whittington says we have one policy still to renew next month and it appears we will
end up about $1,000 under budget.

Security: Gary Teramae says that we are now closing the gates until 5 AM. We have hired Jackie,
Ruth’s sister, as another reserve gate attendant. People were climbing over the back wall to the
playground, but Kelly and Russ removed the debris that could be propped up against the wall. Plans
are to look into ―No Trespassing‖ signs and closed-circuit TV monitoring at the gatehouse. Kelly will
price it out.

Architectural Review: Many residents have called Jim Salus and Kelly Miller this year about home
improvements.
New Business:

1. Update Directory: Judy Shujman will ask Beth and Mike Gerber if they will be willing to update the
directory again. The database on the website will be updated too. (Russ mentioned that we should
check the verbage first).

2. A street sign on Springwood Place is missing and a new one has been ordered.

3. The road by a Springwood intersection is awful.

4. Letters will be sent to homeowners whose trees need trimming over the road. They are to be
trimmed if they hang 8 feet on the house side or 12 feet on the road side.

5. Paul Pacquette wanted to mention that he sent a complaint letter on November 25 regarding the
well and hasn't heard anything. This is being worked on at present.

6. The gatehouse door is broken and is showing nails. It is in the budget to replace these doors.
Paul Pacquette saved the association a lot of money by renovating the gatehouse last year.

7. The front entrance landscaping has been done by Kelly Miller and it looks wonderful. Hessenauer
Irrigation fixed the broken sprinkler head on 5-6-09.

8. Russ received a complaint regarding loud noise, dogs running loose, loud parties at a rental house
on Rollingwood Trail. If residents have a complaint regarding the above, go ahead and call the
police.

9. There is a 1.5 inch cut in the concrete leaving the subdivision. Kelly will call Palmer Electric to see
if they will repair it after they poured it July 1, 2007.

10. Mike Culver got pricing for pavers for the front entrance. It will be considered in the next couple of
years.

11. Resident reported two males and two females climbing over fence at playground to get into SLH.
Kelly Miller checked out and removed item they used to scale wall.


SPRING LAKE HILLS BOD AND POSITIONS

Kelly Miller.......................President, Maintenance and Legal
Gary Teramae.................Vice President, Security
Judy Shujman.................Secretary
John Keeney...................Treasurer
Russ Whittington.............Insurance, Legal
Jim Salus....................... .Architectural Review
Karen Hereich................ Security
Didi Schenker................. Welcoming
Elizabeth Slade.............. Rules and Regulations


The meeting was adjourned at 7:45pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Kelly Miller, President



                             NO MEETING MINUTES JUN 07 – OCT 07



                      Annual Meeting Of Spring Lake Hills Association 2008
                                      November 20, 2008

The annual meeting of Spring Lake Hills Association was held on November 14, 2008, at the Clarion
Hotel on Wymore Road (formerly Holiday Inn).

Attending Board of Directors were: John Keeney, Kelly Miller, Howard McDonald, Jim Salus, Didi
Schenker, Judy Shujman, Elizabeth Slade-Taylor (at-large), and Russ Whittington. None were
absent.

The meeting, originally called for 7:00 PM, was called to order at 7:45 after obtaining a quorum. The
reading of last year’s minutes was moved, seconded, and waived.


Reports:

Treasurer, John Keeney, stated that dues will remain the same for 2009. There are only five homes
in foreclosure and one or two have sold and we will collect on them.

Insurance Chairman, Russ Whittington, stated that we saved $4695 in insurance from 2007 by not
purchasing liability insurance on the wall. Property insurance is not being written as we are in a
―sinkhole-prone‖ area, as is most of Florida.

Welcoming Chairperson, Didi Schenker, stated that only four houses were bought and three rented in
2008.


Budget:

Landscape Chairman, Kelly Miller, stated that when the wall was budgeted, maintenance for irrigation
and pest and weed control were not included. Because we cannot use city water and must use well
water containing iron, the necessary well filter needs monthly maintenance.
We also need to budget for maintaining landscaping the front entrance. The Indian Hawthorne is
being strangled by weeds. $5500 is in the budget to redo the front entrance and the balance of the
beds.
We are putting=2 0out bids for replacing the chain link fence at the playground with white PVC fence,
as well as for the landscaping and well filter maintenance.
Different insecticide spraying was also mentioned to be explored.
The gatehouse was budgeted for exterior pressure cleaning but not for the roof to be shingled.
Howard McDonald graciously donated the plumbing and Paul Paquette donated much time and labor
to redoing the interior of the gatehouse. Paul was thanked in absentia for all of his hard work.
A motion was made by Russ Whittington to adopt the 2009 Budget and seconded by Paul Hueber.
Discussion then ensued. Bud Raike, former president of the Association, stated that the Covenants
and Restrictions forbid the use of the paving reserve for anything other than paving. He argues with
the principle of taking out money from the paving fund20to pay down our mortgage loan. He moved
that we amend the motion to eliminate the portion of the motion with transfer of money from the
paving fund. The Association will borrow money from itself and take it out of the paving reserve and
apply it to the mortgage. Howard McDonald seconded the motion. John Keeney, Treasurer, said that
if we pay off the five-year wall mortgage early we will save $79,000 of interest. It is easier to pay
ourselves back than to pay that much interest. If we don’t want to do this, we would have to assess
$733 per household. The assessment for this was voted against the last time it was brought up. It
was asked how we will know if the $46,700 left in the paving fund will be enough for our future paving
needs. Mike Gerber a resident much experienced with road engineering, volunteered to find out the
life expectancy of our asphalt. He needs the mileage of all streets in the subdivision for a quote. It
was stated by Larry Hanks that if the road becomes an issue, an assessment would be budgeted
down the road. Right now we are ―burning‖ $30,000 a year in interest and taxes. The question was
called. All but one voted to pass the amendment to the motion. The motion to make the loan from
the paving fund to the Association passed unanimously.


New Business:

Election of the Board of Directors:

*The four newest members received the most votes.

*Gary Teramae—49

*Jim Salus—48

*Didi Schenker—45

*Karen Heirich—34 (Will replace Paul Paquette and will serve for one year)

Jason Huget—33

Stan Levin—14


Website:

We would like to officially thank Cliff Fancher for his many decades of service as Spring Lake Hills
―Webmaster Extraordinaire‖ and we wish him well in his new pursuits.

Shawn Rothstein is our new webmaster who has redesigned the site using Flash software. The site
will be up by the end of November at the same URL (web address). The password is protected and
will be distributed in the next newsletter or by the gate attendant. The Direct ors’ Corner will have its
own separate password.


Holiday Decorating of the Front Entrance:

Irma Sontag is providing muffins and cookies for volunteers who help put up decorations on Saturday,
Nov. 29, at 9:00 A.M. Volunteers would be greatly appreciated.


There being no further new business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:50 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,

Judy Shujman, Secretary


                          Meeting Of The Spring Lake Hills Board Of Directors
                        Immediately After The Annual Meeting-November 20, 2008
                                    Altamonte Springs Clarion Hotel

The meeting was called to order at 8:15 P.M.


Attending Board of Directors were: John Keeney, Howard McDonald, Kelly Miller, Karen Heirich, Jim
Salus, Didi Schenker, Gary Teramae, Judy Shujman, and Russ Whittington.

Election of Officers:


President: Howard McDonald

V.P.: Kelly Miller

Secretary: Judy Shujman

Treasurer: John Keeney


Committee Chairmen:

Grounds, Rules and Regulations, and Insurance: Kelly Miller and Russ Whittington

Architectural Review: Kelly Miller and Jim Salus

Security: Gary Teramae and Karen Heirich

Welcoming: Didi Schenker


The meeting was adjourned at 8:50 P.M.


Respectfully submitted,

Judy Shujman, Secretary
                                  NO MEETING MINUTES DEC 07




                                        << 2008 >>
                                    Spring Lake Association Inc.
                                              Minutes
                                          January 9, 2008

A meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) was held on January 9, 2008, at the home of the
president, Howard McDonald. Howard McDonald, Elizabeth Slade, Jim Salus, Paul Paquette, Russ
Whittington, Didi Schenker, John Keeney, Kelly Miller and Judy Shujman were all present.

Three visitors were in attendance: Lourdes Paquette, Spessard Hodge, and Paul Hueber.

The president, Howard McDonald, called the meeting to order at 7:25 PM.

The minutes of the November 15 meeting were reviewed and approved by the president.

The new Director of Security is Paul Paquette. The new Landscaping Head and Architectural Review
Committee chairman will be Kelly Miller, assisted by Jim Salus.


Old Business:

Playground-Kelly Miller said that the shade structure’s permit was picked up yesterday and that it will
be installed by the end of January. The check for $2000 is due upon completion, and Russ
Whittington will oversee the installation and payment. The Board will repair the playground after the
installation. Elizabeth Slade said that the new playground has been included in our new survey.

Insurance-Russ Whittington saved the Homeowners’ Association $4,665.89 on liability insurance.
Russ needs Workmen’s Compensation certificates for anyone doing work for the Association in the
neighborhood. TMac was paid $7200 for the year including $800 for worker’s compensation
coverage. We have unlimited exposure to anyone not covered by worker’s compensation. Gate
attendants are covered. Russ was officially thanked for his hard work getting estimates to lower our
costs of insurance.

Landscaping-Kelly Miller is overseeing three estimates for complete landscape maintenance including
outside the front wall and the front entrance. He needs a contact number for Chris Wilson who does
the front entrance for $200 a month.

Treasurer-John Keeney will handle the audit in February, and Lynn Larson and Russ will be there,
also. The certificates are due to Russ before the audit.
Gate Attendants- Four proposals by Paul Paquette were unanimously approved after discussion:

1. Standing Operating Procedures were created in order to establish a clear understanding of how the
attendants will conduct business for SLH, and policies were created for the attendants to give them
guidance on how to conduct business with the Board members. Each member received a copy of the
policies and Paul received positive feedback from each member. These procedures were voted on
and approved unanimously.

2. Budget-A copy of the new Security budget was sent to each member and Paul received positive
feedback from each member of the board. With guard raises and no more payouts for vacation time,
we save $3000 per year. The new Security budget for 2008 was voted on and approved
unanimously.

3. Uniforms-A quote from Harrison Uniform Company was sent to each board member. It was
unanimously approved to purchase the uniforms.

4. TV at the Gatehouse-The satellite bill at the gatehouse will no longer be paid. Paul proposed that
we buy a multidirectional HDTV antenna and mount it inside the roof, saving us the annual fee of
$600 for satellite. The antenna will pick up more than just local channels. This was voted on and
accepted by the board.

Architectural Review- Kelly Miller remarked that the gatehouse needs serious work done on it.
Howard McDonald volunteered to donate a toilet and fixtures to the gatehouse. We are still in need
of a vanity for storage and a new roof with an approximate cost of $5000. The expenses were
approved.

Security- Paul Paquette-The lights on the exit side of the gatehouse will be replaced. Exit gates will
be closed from 10 PM until 5 AM. Paul is pricing electronic exit gates that will open in with plenty of
reflecting tape and a STOP sign on them and a clearly marked place for cars to stop before exiting.


New Business:

John Keeney suggested filling in the holes in the road where the sprinkler system was supposed to
be.

Elizabeth Slade will get quotes for new landscapers. From now on we will have three estimates for
every expense.

Howard McDonald mentioned the possibility in the future of a rear exit gate.

Three people will be consulted for architectural review questions, rather than one person.

The Wymore Road widening project is not yet funded, so plans are not imminent.

We want the city to put reflective materials on the south side of the wall to prevent more accidents
and damage to the wall.

Wall- Kelly Miller remarked on the stained wall from the well and proposed again that we get
Hessenauer to install a filter with a 65-gallon tank with a $294 annual maintenance cost. This was
approved and will come from the Maintenance budget.
Architectural Calls- Kelly Miller said that we need to repair the sea wall on John Mestan’s yard to
keep it from eroding further. It was approved and will be started quickly. A propane tank on Spring
Cove Trail must be fenced in. When something is put on someone else’s property, the homeowner
may remove it and it has nothing to do with the association.

Water retention by playground- Elizabeth will work on it. Didi Schenker said that something was
blocking the drain the last time it flooded.

All new structures in the neighborhood must be approved before adding.

Elizabeth Slade will be paid for her mail outs before the annual meeting.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 PM


Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Howard McDonald, President



                              NO MEETING MINUTES FEB 08 – APR 08



             Minutes Of Spring Lake Hill Association’s Board Of Directors Meeting
                                          May 6, 2009

The meeting was called to order at 7:05 PM at Gulf States Credit Union in Maitland, Florida.

Directors present were: Kelly Miler, Russ Whittington, Judy Shujman, Karen Heirich, Gary Teramae,
Jim Salus, and Elizabeth Slade.

Absent: Didi Schenker and John Keeney.

Old Business:

A motion was made by Gary Teramae, nominating Elizabeth Slade as the new board member
replacing Howard McDonald who resigned, seconded by Kelly Miller. Elizabeth will be on the board
for the remainder of this year.

The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was waived.


Treasurer’s Report:

Russ Whittington read the Treasurer’s report because John Keeney was absent. With regard to the
first quarter financial statements we find ourselves in a very solid position. We are tracking very well
to budget. We paid down the wall loan by the approved transfer of $100,000 and have made the
additional $2,500 Q1 principal reduction, which normally would have funded the Paving Reserve at
$10.000 per year. We are not pinched for cash flow as we were last year, helped in part by annual
prepayments. We still have a number of residents, who have not paid, and calls will be made to
those residents advising of same, and payments need to be in by the 15th of May at the latest.


Committee Reports:

Insurance: Russ Whittington says we have one policy still to renew next month and it appears we will
end up about $1,000 under budget.

Security: Gary Teramae says that we are now closing the gates until 5 AM. We have hired Jackie,
Ruth’s sister, as another reserve gate attendant. People were climbing over the back wall to the
playground, but Kelly and Russ removed the debris that could be propped up against the wall. Plans
are to look into ―No Trespassing‖ signs and closed-circuit TV monitoring at the gatehouse. Kelly will
price it out.

Architectural Review: Many residents have called Jim Salus and Kelly Miller this year about home
improvements.


New Business:

1. Update Directory: Judy Shujman will ask Beth and Mike Gerber if they will be willing to update the
directory again. The database on the website will be updated too. (Russ mentioned that we should
check the verbage first).

2. A street sign on Springwood Place is missing and a new one has been ordered.

3. The road by a Springwood intersection is awful.

4. Letters will be sent to homeowners whose trees need trimming over the road. They are to be
trimmed if they hang 8 feet on the house side or 12 feet on the road side.

5. Paul Pacquette wanted to mention that he sent a complaint letter on November 25 regarding the
well and hasn't heard anything. This is being worked on at present.

6. The gatehouse door is broken and is showing nails. It is in the budget to replace these doors.
Paul Pacquette saved the association a lot of money by renovating the gatehouse last year.

7. The front entrance landscaping has been done by Kelly Miller and it looks wonderful. Hessenauer
Irrigation fixed the broken sprinkler head on 5-6-09.

8. Russ received a complaint regarding loud noise, dogs running loose, loud parties at a rental house
on Rollingwood Trail. If residents have a complaint regarding the above, go ahead and call the
police.

9. There is a 1.5 inch cut in the concrete leaving the subdivision. Kelly will call Palmer Electric to see
if they will repair it after they poured it July 1, 2007.

10. Mike Culver got pricing for pavers for the front entrance. It will be considered in the next couple of
years.

11. Resident reported two males and two females climbing over fence at playground to get into SLH.
Kelly Miller checked out and removed item they used to scale wall.


SPRING LAKE HILLS BOD AND POSITIONS

Kelly Miller.......................President, Maintenance and Legal
Gary Teramae.................Vice President, Security
Judy Shujman.................Secretary
John Keeney...................Treasurer
Russ Whittington.............Insurance, Legal
Jim Salus....................... .Architectural Review
Karen Hereich................ Security
Didi Schenker................. Welcoming
Elizabeth Slade.............. Rules and Regulations


The meeting was adjourned at 7:45pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Kelly Miller, President



                                NO MEETING MINUTES JUN 08 – OCT 08



                        Annual Meeting Of Spring Lake Hills Association 2008
                                        November 20, 2008

The annual meeting of Spring Lake Hills Association was held on November 14, 2008, at the Clarion
Hotel on Wymore Road (formerly Holiday Inn).

Attending Board of Directors were: John Keeney, Kelly Miller, Howard McDonald, Jim Salus, Didi
Schenker, Judy Shujman, Elizabeth Slade-Taylor (at-large), and Russ Whittington. None were
absent.

The meeting, originally called for 7:00 PM, was called to order at 7:45 after obtaining a quorum. The
reading of last year’s minutes was moved, seconded, and waived.


Reports:

Treasurer, John Keeney, stated that dues will remain the same for 2009. There are only five homes
in foreclosure and one or two have sold and we will collect on them.

Insurance Chairman, Russ Whittington, stated that we saved $4695 in insurance from 2007 by not
purchasing liability insurance on the wall. Property insurance is not being written as we are in a
―sinkhole-prone‖ area, as is most of Florida.
Welcoming Chairperson, Didi Schenker, stated that only four houses were bought and three rented in
2008.


Budget:

Landscape Chairman, Kelly Miller, stated that when the wall was budgeted, maintenance for irrigation
and pest and weed control were not included. Because we cannot use city water and must use well
water containing iron, the necessary well filter needs monthly maintenance.
We also need to budget for maintaining landscaping the front entrance. The Indian Hawthorne is
being strangled by weeds. $5500 is in the budget to redo the front entrance and the balance of the
beds.
We are putting=2 0out bids for replacing the chain link fence at the playground with white PVC fence,
as well as for the landscaping and well filter maintenance.
Different insecticide spraying was also mentioned to be explored.
The gatehouse was budgeted for exterior pressure cleaning but not for the roof to be shingled.
Howard McDonald graciously donated the plumbing and Paul Paquette donated much time and labor
to redoing the interior of the gatehouse. Paul was thanked in absentia for all of his hard work.

A motion was made by Russ Whittington to adopt the 2009 Budget and seconded by Paul Hueber.
Discussion then ensued. Bud Raike, former president of the Association, stated that the Covenants
and Restrictions forbid the use of the paving reserve for anything other than paving. He argues with
the principle of taking out money from the paving fund20to pay down our mortgage loan. He moved
that we amend the motion to eliminate the portion of the motion with transfer of money from the
paving fund. The Association will borrow money from itself and take it out of the paving reserve and
apply it to the mortgage. Howard McDonald seconded the motion. John Keeney, Treasurer, said that
if we pay off the five-year wall mortgage early we will save $79,000 of interest. It is easier to pay
ourselves back than to pay that much interest. If we don’t want to do this, we would have to assess
$733 per household. The assessment for this was voted against the last time it was brought up. It
was asked how we will know if the $46,700 left in the paving fund will be enough for our future paving
needs. Mike Gerber a resident much experienced with road engineering, volunteered to find out the
life expectancy of our asphalt. He needs the mileage of all streets in the subdivision for a quote. It
was stated by Larry Hanks that if the road becomes an issue, an assessment would be budgeted
down the road. Right now we are ―burning‖ $30,000 a year in interest and taxes. The question was
called. All but one voted to pass the amendment to the motion. The motion to make the loan from
the paving fund to the Association passed unanimously.


New Business:

Election of the Board of Directors:

*The four newest members received the most votes.

*Gary Teramae—49

*Jim Salus—48

*Didi Schenker—45

*Karen Heirich—34 (Will replace Paul Paquette and will serve for one year)
Jason Huget—33

Stan Levin—14


Website:

We would like to officially thank Cliff Fancher for his many decades of service as Spring Lake Hills
―Webmaster Extraordinaire‖ and we wish him well in his new pursuits.

Shawn Rothstein is our new webmaster who has redesigned the site using Flash software. The site
will be up by the end of November at the same URL (web address). The password is protected and
will be distributed in the next newsletter or by the gate attendant. The Direct ors’ Corner will have its
own separate password.


Holiday Decorating of the Front Entrance:

Irma Sontag is providing muffins and cookies for volunteers who help put up decorations on Saturday,
Nov. 29, at 9:00 A.M. Volunteers would be greatly appreciated.


There being no further new business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:50 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,

Judy Shujman, Secretary


                          Meeting Of The Spring Lake Hills Board Of Directors
                        Immediately After The Annual Meeting-November 20, 2008
                                    Altamonte Springs Clarion Hotel

The meeting was called to order at 8:15 P.M.


Attending Board of Directors were: John Keeney, Howard McDonald, Kelly Miller, Karen Heirich, Jim
Salus, Didi Schenker, Gary Teramae, Judy Shujman, and Russ Whittington.

Election of Officers:


President: Howard McDonald

V.P.: Kelly Miller

Secretary: Judy Shujman

Treasurer: John Keeney
Committee Chairmen:

Grounds, Rules and Regulations, and Insurance: Kelly Miller and Russ Whittington

Architectural Review: Kelly Miller and Jim Salus

Security: Gary Teramae and Karen Heirich

Welcoming: Didi Schenker


The meeting was adjourned at 8:50 P.M.


Respectfully submitted,

Judy Shujman, Secretary



                                  NO MEETING MINUTES DEC 08




                                       << 2009 >>


                             NO MEETING MINUTES JAN 09 – APR 09



             Minutes Of Spring Lake Hill Association’s Board Of Directors Meeting
                                          May 6, 2009

The meeting was called to order at 7:05 PM at Gulf States Credit Union in Maitland, Florida.

Directors present were: Kelly Miler, Russ Whittington, Judy Shujman, Karen Heirich, Gary Teramae,
Jim Salus, and Elizabeth Slade.

Absent: Didi Schenker and John Keeney.

Old Business:

A motion was made by Gary Teramae, nominating Elizabeth Slade as the new board member
replacing Howard McDonald who resigned, seconded by Kelly Miller. Elizabeth will be on the board
for the remainder of this year.
The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was waived.


Treasurer’s Report:

Russ Whittington read the Treasurer’s report because John Keeney was absent. With regard to the
first quarter financial statements we find ourselves in a very solid position. We are tracking very well
to budget. We paid down the wall loan by the approved transfer of $100,000 and have made the
additional $2,500 Q1 principal reduction, which normally would have funded the Paving Reserve at
$10.000 per year. We are not pinched for cash flow as we were last year, helped in part by annual
prepayments. We still have a number of residents, who have not paid, and calls will be made to
those residents advising of same, and payments need to be in by the 15th of May at the latest.


Committee Reports:

Insurance: Russ Whittington says we have one policy still to renew next month and it appears we will
end up about $1,000 under budget.

Security: Gary Teramae says that we are now closing the gates until 5 AM. We have hired Jackie,
Ruth’s sister, as another reserve gate attendant. People were climbing over the back wall to the
playground, but Kelly and Russ removed the debris that could be propped up against the wall. Plans
are to look into ―No Trespassing‖ signs and closed-circuit TV monitoring at the gatehouse. Kelly will
price it out.

Architectural Review: Many residents have called Jim Salus and Kelly Miller this year about home
improvements.


New Business:

1. Update Directory: Judy Shujman will ask Beth and Mike Gerber if they will be willing to update the
directory again. The database on the website will be updated too. (Russ mentioned that we should
check the verbage first).

2. A street sign on Springwood Place is missing and a new one has been ordered.

3. The road by a Springwood intersection is awful.

4. Letters will be sent to homeowners whose trees need trimming over the road. They are to be
trimmed if they hang 8 feet on the house side or 12 feet on the road side.

5. Paul Pacquette wanted to mention that he sent a complaint letter on November 25 regarding the
well and hasn't heard anything. This is being worked on at present.

6. The gatehouse door is broken and is showing nails. It is in the budget to replace these doors.
Paul Pacquette saved the association a lot of money by renovating the gatehouse last year.

7. The front entrance landscaping has been done by Kelly Miller and it looks wonderful. Hessenauer
Irrigation fixed the broken sprinkler head on 5-6-09.
8. Russ received a complaint regarding loud noise, dogs running loose, loud parties at a rental house
on Rollingwood Trail. If residents have a complaint regarding the above, go ahead and call the
police.

9. There is a 1.5 inch cut in the concrete leaving the subdivision. Kelly will call Palmer Electric to see
if they will repair it after they poured it July 1, 2007.

10. Mike Culver got pricing for pavers for the front entrance. It will be considered in the next couple of
years.

11. Resident reported two males and two females climbing over fence at playground to get into SLH.
Kelly Miller checked out and removed item they used to scale wall.


SPRING LAKE HILLS BOD AND POSITIONS

Kelly Miller.......................President, Maintenance and Legal
Gary Teramae.................Vice President, Security
Judy Shujman.................Secretary
John Keeney...................Treasurer
Russ Whittington.............Insurance, Legal
Jim Salus....................... .Architectural Review
Karen Hereich................ Security
Didi Schenker................. Welcoming
Elizabeth Slade.............. Rules and Regulations


The meeting was adjourned at 7:45pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Kelly Miller, President



                                NO MEETING MINUTES JUN 09 – JUL 09



               Minutes Of Spring Lake Hill Association’s Board Of Directors Meeting
                                         August 13, 2009

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM at Gulf Sates Credit Union in Maitland, Florida.

Directors present were: Kelly Miller, Russ Whittington, Judy Shujman, Karen Heirich, Gary Teramae,
John Keeney, and Elizabeth Slade. Absent: Didi Schenker and Jim Salus.

Guests: Duke and Jean Alexander, Paul Hueber, Victoria Bogle and Shajara Nieves, City of
Altamonte Springs

Guests were acknowledged, and the reading of the minutes of the last meeting was waived.
Ms. Victoria Vogle from the City of Altamonte Springs, asked that the Association permit an easement
be dug to link the water plant systems and the water waste systems from Oranole Road to Keller
Road. The easement will be hand-dug next to the wall. A draft document will be drawn up, and then
a legal document will be made to formalize our agreement. Elizabeth Slade and Kelly Miller noted
that a water main had been broken in the development by the city (Nobles), and that the road, sod,
and street will be repaired by the city. Bob Greene’s contact in the neighborhood will be Russ
Whittington. Kelly said that we will review the legal document and decide on it.

Old Business:

Website: Shawn Rothstein will continue adding the old minutes to the site as well as the Financials.
Jean Alexander suggested making the font larger, and Kelly Miller showed her how to click the plus
sign on the Rules and Regulations page to make it larger. Kelly will take our ideas to Shawn on how
to improve the site.

Gatehouse: Gary Teramae saved us almost $4000 by having Access Reliability repair the gate,
rather than having to buy a new receiver.

Gate Attendants: James had a stroke 3-4 weeks ago which left his left arm and hand with no capacity
for movement. He wants to return after therapy, but is applying for disability. New attendants have
been hired to work extra shifts, Jackie and George. Louis is working 11Pm-7Am seven days a week,
as is John, who is working the 7Am-3 PM shift seven days a week. The 3-11 shift is split between
Patsy and Jackie, Ruth’s step-sister. Ruth will return from her 41-day annual sabbatical vacation
soon, and schedules will be readjusted. Kelly Miller thanked Gary Teramae for his ―phenomenal job‖
on security. We are drafting a letter to the residents to help James financially during this difficult
period. The letter will be distributed from the gatehouse and contributions may be turned in there,
also. A new TV is needed for the gatehouse, and Gary will buy it.

Well Issue: The president, Kelly Miller, stated that three board members met with Mr. Cliff Fancher. A
water audit was done, and we know how much water is being used by Mr. Fancher (35%) and by
SLH (65%). An agreement was reached that Mr. Fancher will pay his percentage of the water usage.
The board was polled , and both the board members and Mr. Fancher signed off the contract. All
were in agreement. We received a payment from Mr. Fancher to date for his part of maintenance of
the well and chemicals. We are here to make this contract a part of the official record, along with a
copy of Mr. Fancher’s check to the Association. Elizabeth Slade made a motion to accept the
contract, and it was seconded by John Keeney .All were in favor with none opposed. This contract is
in effect between SLH and Cliff Fancher. A scanned copy of the contract and the check are recorded
here and the original contract will be kept with the minutes.

Treasurer’s Report:

The treasurer, John Keeney, passed out the June Financial Statement. Only five homeowners are
outstanding on their dues. We have two impending foreclosures, and one short sale. Irma Sonntag
is helping John make calls to delinquent dues-payers. Annual payers have given us the small
cushion we need for our unexpected expenses this year. Foreclosures cost the Association money.
Dues will most likely have to be raised next year. John Keeney will send financial statements monthly
to the BOD.

New Business:

Tree Trimming: Even though it is the homeowners’ responsibility to trim their trees over the street,
the Association will pay to have 25 trees trimmed over the streets Gary Teramae made the motion to
have the trees trimmed over the streets before hurricane season is in full force. A letter will go to all
homeowners about trimming their trees to 14 feet over the streets and 8 feet over the sidewalks.

Newsletter: Shawn Rothstein will post the newsletter to the website after Elizabeth Slade writes it
with the input of the BOD and any others wishing to add material.

Street Repairs: After the May flood on Springwood, it was noted that many parts of the asphalt are in
disrepair since its installation. Two estimates to repair all of the problem spots in the neighborhood
have been obtained. We will show the plans to Michael Gerber, who had volunteered to look at this
at the Annual Meeting in November, 2008.. Kelly Miller thanked Elizabeth Slade for her many hours
of work on the street repair survey.

Resignation of President: Kelly Miller regretfully resigned, effective tonight, as president and as a
member of the SLHBOD. He nominated Russ Whittington to be the President. Elizabeth Slade
seconded the motion and it was passed unanimously. We thank Kelly for his tireless efforts to keep
the neighborhood maintained so beautifully and efficiently, and for his grace in accepting the
unforeseen Presidency position.


SPRING LAKE HILLS BOD AND POSITIONS

Russ Whittington………..President, Insurance, and Legal
Gary Teramae.................Vice President, Security
Judy Shujman.................Secretary
John Keeney...................Treasurer
                   ............. Maintenance
Jim Salus....................... .Architectural Review
Karen Hereich................ Security
Didi Schenker................. Welcoming
Elizabeth Slade.............. Rules and Regulations

The meeting was adjourned at 7:40 pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Judy Shujman, Secretary
Kelly Miller, President


             Minutes Of Spring Lake Hill Association’s Board Of Directors Meeting
                                     September 16, 2009
                                  Gulf States Credit Union

In Attendance: Board Members: Didi Schenker, Gary Teramae, John Keeney, Jim Salus, Karen
Hereich, Russ Whittington, Elizabeth Slade, Accountant: Lynn Larson, Homeowner’s: Jean
Alexander, Paul Paquette, Susan Horn, Spessard Hodges and many others. Also in attendance:
Victoria Bogle, Lawrence T. Di Giola and Bob Greene from the City of Altamonte Springs.

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

Welcoming of our guests from the City of Altamonte Springs.
The purpose of their visit is to help resolve the issue of connecting the storm sewers on land owned
by The Association. The City of Altamonte Springs had failed to obtain permission from The
Association prior to digging and installation. Mr. Green is here to update us on the road situation at
the intersection of Spring Lake Hills Drive and Spring Cove Trail.

Mr. Green tells us that the fiber optic is in place, that the water main break is now repaired (the pipe
had rotted away) and that they are working with several contractors to repair the sidewalk, road and
the conditions that have been caused by these repairs. These repairs should be completed in the
next few weeks. He informs us that The City is going to need access to our boat launch to put a
barge in the lake to remove dirt and sand that have caused a sand bar to develop in the lake because
of the road work. The barge will dredge the dirt and deposit in a dump truck and be allowed to dry in
the truck before being removed from the neighborhood.

Easement: There is discussion with Victoria Bogle and President Whittington regarding the history of
the road across from the playground near the intersection of Spring Lake Hills Drive and West Spring
Lake Drive. Currently there is no ingress or egress allowed. Victoria says that there used to be a
right of way, which was used to get to the water treatment plant on Keller Road. This section was
closed over some years ago and was platted over by Spring Valley Farms. We need clarification that
Spring Lake Hills can use this easement. Victoria says that this can be clarified.

Jim Salus wants to know why the fiber optic cable was not laid on other property instead of
encroaching on our land. Lawrence says that the contractor did not follow instructions. The City says
that the pipe was put where it is because of existing water main on the right of way. The City says
they had been given prior permission. Elizabeth asks: What year? Was it 1985? Victoria explains
the history of the offer of ―$10 and Other Consideration‖ for the land. This basically means the City is
asking for the easement for free.

Susan Horn wants to know about the overgrowth both on the back gated area and behind her house
which is a part of Spring Valley Farms. There is more discussion about the current and past drainage
issues of this area as well as flooding problems by neighbors adjacent to the industrial park.
Homeowner Winston Tully presents us with photographs of his back yard and damage caused by
water leeching through from the industrial park. Several BOD’s agree to do further research.

Secretary’s Report

A motion was made to wave the reading of the minutes by President Russ Whittington and a second
was made by Elizabeth Slade. Motion passes.

Treasurer’s Report

John Keeney says he is waiting on a report on how many liens we currently have against
homeowners who are delinquent in their dues. He believes there are at least 4. Our receivables are
over $16,000 in delinquent dues. We have 7 more homeowners who are more than $1,000 in
arrears. More liens will be filed by October 9. We need these liens filed so the homes are not sold
without dues being made current. We probably will need to write some of these off as bad debt and
we will need to cover these losses. There may need to be an additional assessment or a dues
increase to cover these losses.

2010 Budget

Lynn Larson is preparing the 2010 Budget. He says that 60 % of our budget is spent on employees
at the front gate. We have paid out a great deal of overtime because of James’ illness. We have also
had greater than expected legal bills. We will need to estimate how much money we will have to
write off next year due to uncollectible dues. The current estimate is $10,000. John and Lynn will
look at the situation together.

New Business

Nominating Committee: A motion is made for Gary to head up the Nominating Committee by Russ
and seconded by Elizabeth. Gary and 2 other homeowners not on the BOD will at least 5 people to
run for the BOD.

Storage of HOA files: They are currently being stored by several BOD members, but we need a
different spot. To be continued.

BOD Actions on Various Issues: Discussion is made concerning repeat violators of C & R. Letters
need to be sent. Elizabeth will handle.

Old Business

Web Site: Still being updated.

Street Repair: We still are going to research and we are waiting to see what happens with City of
Altamonte Springs.

Tree Trimming: The trees have been trimmed and this was paid for from the paving fund. Paul
Paquette questions the use of these funds for tree trimming. We have had counsel on this as correct.
Paul also questions cost of lawn maintenance of common areas. It is explained that we have the
appropriate number of bids from companies with Worker’s Comp insurance and we are employing the
company with the best offer.

Security: A letter was passed out to the homeowners asking for donations for James. He is still
incapacitated. There is a large envelop of cards for him from homeowners. We have a new gate
attendant – George Santiago – who is working the 11-7 shift on Fridays and Saturdays. We have
some overtime issues until Ruth comes back from vacation. We need to consider this in future
scheduling because this occurs every year. Gary says he does not want to appoint a supervisor at
the gate at this time. The Director of Security will manage the gate. We obtained a used TV for the
gate at a cost of $50. We need to determine if lawn services have transponders. Gary wants guest
passes to be assigned an expiration date.

A motion was made by Gary to adjourn the meeting and seconded by John.

The meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,
Elizabeth Slade
                                  NO MEETING MINUTES OCT 09



                    Minutes of Spring Lake Hill Association’s Annual Meeting
                                       November 30, 2009

The Annual Meeting was called to order at 7:08 PM by President Russ Whittington. The Meeting was
held at the Clarion Hotel in Altamonte Springs, Florida. A quorum of 46 was attained.

Directors present were: Russ Whittington, Judy Shujman, Karen Heirich, Gary Teramae, John
Keeney, Didi Schenker, Elizabeth Slade. Lynn Larson, Spring Lake Hills accountant.

A motion was made and seconded to waive the reading of the minutes of the last annual meeting.
Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to approve the minutes. Motion carried.

An election for 5 open board positions was held. There were 6 candidates for the positions. The
candidates were:

Dan Copeland
Judd Hedrick
Karen Heinrich
Judy Shujman
Elizabeth Slade
Ed Slebodnik

The following candidates were elected along with their respective terms.

Dan Copeland      (3 years)
Judd Hedrick      (3 years)
Judy Shujman      (3 years)
Ed Slebodnik      (1 year)
Karen Heirich      (1 year)

Committee Reports:

Security
The Director of Security is in charge of the gate attendants and activating transponders. Gary
Teramae reported the passing of James Jones, our gate attendant supervisor for many years. No
replacement supervisor has been assigned. A new gate attendant has been hired part time to attend
the gate on Friday and Saturday nights. There are now 3 full time and 3 part time gate attendants.

Welcoming
Didi Schenker reported that in 2009 we had 3 new homeowners and 3 new renters.

Insurance
Russ Whittington said that we saved $4,641 over 4 years because we did not take the prohibitive
coverage on real property, such as the gates and the wall. The Association does not carry this
insurance due to a lack of availability at a reasonable cost. Insurance costs were: 2006--$11,500,
2009 and 2010—under $7,000 each.

Maintenance
Kelly Miller was replaced by Russ Whittington. During the 1st quarter of 2010, the streets will be
repaired. We have 2 bids and we have 2 more to come in. The paving fund, now down to $54,000,
will accessed to cover minor street repair. We are trying to get the lowest price. We will do away with
the chemical contract for the sprinkler system. Someone will change the chemicals for only the cost
of the chemicals--$241/barrel. We will save $3,000/year.

Treasurer
John Keeney reported that we are on schedule to reduce the loan for the wall. We saved $75,000 by
borrowing $138,000 from the paving fund. Delinquencies are at an all time high, and $17,000 is
owed. There has been no dues increase in the last 2 years. We have tried to cut costs and
renegotiate. The 2010 budget includes a slight increase in dues of only $10 per quarter. Motion
made and seconded to approve the 2010 budget which includes a dues increase of $10 per quarter.
Motion carried.

New Business
Russ thanked Fred and Irma Sontag, and other homeowners, for getting the entrance ready for the
holidays.

Website
Suggestion to open the Spring Lake Hills website to the public but password-protect the names and
addresses of the residents. Board will request that the webmaster change the accessibility to the
web site.

We would like to thank Russ Whittington for all of his hard work after replacing Kelly Miller who
replaced Howard McDonald as President this year.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:45 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Judy Shujman, Secretary
Russ Whittington, President


SLHBOD Meeting
1/30/09

8:00 pm, immediately after the Annual Meeting at the Clarion Altamonte Springs

Officers and Committee Chairmen were elected:

President: Gary Teramae
Secretary: Judy Shujman
Treasurer: John Keeney
Security: Dan Copeland and Karen Heirich
Architectural Review: Jim Salus
Maintenance: Ed Slebodnik
Rules and Regulations: Judd Hedrick
The meeting was adjourned at 8:10 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,

Judy Shujman, Secretary

Gary Teramae, President




                               NO MEETING MINUTES DEC 09

				
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