New Sign at Woodlake Park!

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New sign installed at Woodlake Park on the corner of New Jersey Road and Waterford Drive. Other recent addition to the park is 6 pickleball courts and the pond was landscaped last year.

Woodlake Park is located at 3415 New Jersey Road. The park amenities include: tennis, children’s playground, pavilion, picnic tables, grills, green space, and pickleball courts. The park is landscaped with large oak trees, a landscaped pond, and other trees and bushes.

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Woodlake Trash Collection will be on Jan 3rd 2015 this week

Offices closed January 1, 2015. No Collection on Thursday. Pick up will be one day later for the remainder of the week.

Woodlake Pickleball Court

New Pickleball courts have been installed at Woodlake Park!
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What is Pickleball?
Pickleball is a sport played with a paddle on a court or in the yard, Pickle-ball is a cross between badminton, tennis, and ping-pong. The court looks like a small tennis court.

How many courts are available?
There are 6 courts in the park.

Where are the courts located?
Pickleball courts are located in WoodLake Park, closest to Waterford Drive.

How is the game played?
http://www.usapa.org/what-is-pickleball/

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Sept 5th, 2014 – Trash Pickup One Day Late

City offices closed for Labor Day. No Trash pickup on Mon – runs one day late for remainder of week.

Educational Signs at Lake Somerset Park

Two new educational signs have been placed in Lake Somerset Park boat ramp parking area. They can be accessed off Glendale Road.

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2014 Annual Meeting Minutes

Woodlake Garden Patio Homes 2014 Annual Meeting

Place Held: 1515 Williamsburg Square

Date: March 19, 2014

Meeting called to order at 7:16 p.m.

Officers present: Nancy Ross, President; Allen Wright, Secretary; Lin Williams, Treasurer; Brenda Hosegood, Director; Pat Wagner, Director. There were a total of 4 residents present, and several proxies – enough to satisfy a quorum.

The Minutes of the 2013 Annual meeting was read and moved to be accepted as read by Lin Williams, seconded by Brenda Hosegood.

Treasurer’s Report was given with a notation that all assessments were up to date as well as all recurring bills were paid to date. Report moved to be accepted by Brenda, seconded by Allen.

 

Old Business

The Quarterly Newsletter was discussed with favorable responses from all residents as well as a good report from neighboring subdivisions that had seen a copy. The newsletter is compiled and formatted on a volunteer basis; printing costs are $50.00 per quarter, with discounts applied when available. It was the consensus that we should continue the newsletter distribution.

Next, Krystal gave a brief demonstration of our Website with its many features and constant updating of current information. There was also a reminder that the minutes of meetings and The Deed Restrictions and By Laws are always available on the website. Krystal keeps the website updated as to events that affect our neighborhood, emergency as well informational phone numbers, that are always helpful. Again, this service is provided by Krystal free of charge and with many hours invested.

 

New Business

The installation of officers was next on the agenda. After some suggestions, acceptance and retractions, the Board of Directors for 2014 will be: Allen Wright, Nancy Ross, Pat Wagner, Brenda Hosegood and Lin Williams. The appointment of the offices to be held by these Directors will be determined at the next regularly held meeting.

The future installation of a Beautification Award was brought up for discussion. It was determined that an outline of such a program would be developed in an upcoming Director’s Meeting. Next, after a brief summary of the history of the annual assessment, the years of keeping it the same amount while faced with growing costs, the floor was opened as to the resident’s view of increasing the annual charge. It was generally felt that some increase would be inevitable. The final decision as to any increase would be discussed and voted upon by the 2014 directors at the next Director’s Meeting.

Next meeting would be held on March 24, 2014 at the Hosegood residence.

Annual Meeting adjourned at 7:53. Moved to accept by Allen, seconded by Brenda.

Meeting Minutes March/April 2014

Woodlake Garden Patio Homes Board of Directors Meeting

Held at Director Brenda Hosegood’s residence, March 24, 2014

Directors present: Pat Wagner, Nancy Ross, Lin Williams, Brenda Hosegood, Allen Wright

Meeting called to order at 6:37 pm.

Treasurer’s Report was given and accepted by Pat, seconded by Allen. Secretary’s Minutes of last Directors Meeting was read and moved to accept by Brenda, seconded by Lin.

Old Business:

The revamping of the four circles was targeted as progressive projects to be accomplished over the next two years. Each circle has been somewhat neglected and trees, plants, posts, etc. have rotted, died or become diseased. It was discussed that a committee could be formed to make recommendations as to design and proposed costs, taking one circle at a time. Brenda moved that the architectural committee could head this project up.

The Architectural Committee is always headed up by the vice president, one additional Director and one to two non-director resident/owners.

The Beautification Award was discussed next. It was determined that the award would be bestowed quarterly with the presentation of some notice to be posted in the recipient’s yard for all to see. Nancy nominated Pat Wagner to head this up. That committee will determine the details and report back.

New Business:

Election of officers: After much discussion, suggesting, volunteering and retracting, the following  positions will be held for the 2014 Woodlake Garden Patio Homes Board of Directors: Allen Wright, President; Pat Wagner, Vice President; Brenda Hosegood, Secretary; Nancy Ross,

Treasurer. With this order established, Nancy moved to accept as slated, Brenda seconded.

New President, Allen Wright now opened the floor to discuss the annual fee and what amount the assessment should be increased. After a brief discussion, it was established that a $10 increase would be both fair (approx. 83 cents a month) and needed to cover increasing recurring expenses as well as to provide at least a modest budget for neighborhood upkeep. Brenda moved to increase the annual fee by $10.00 and Lin seconded the motion. The motion was carried unanimously by the Directors.

With no further business, meeting adjourned at 8:00 pm. Move to adjourn, Lin; Nancy seconded.

Next meeting: April 21, 2014 at the Ross residence.

Additional Note:

Meeting held on April 21, 2014 was held. After a brief business meeting, the Directors adjourned and commenced with folding, stuffing, sealing, addressing and stamping the annual assessment notices to go out to all the owners. The next Directors meeting date to be announced.