Board Meeting Agenda – April 28

Saturday, April 28, 2018
10:00 AM, Assateague Room, Community Center

Call to Order – Doug Parks

Pledge of Allegiance – all

Approval of Agenda – Board

Approval of Minutes
March 26, 2018 – Special Meeting
March 29, 2018 – Regular Meeting

President’s Remarks – Doug Parks

Presentation – AGH Annual Update by Michael Franklin, CEO/President

Technology Work Group Update – Tom Terry and Len Smith

Treasurer’s Report- Pat Supik

General Manager’s Report – John S. Bailey, CMCA

Public Comments

Capital Purchases Requests-
Golf Sand Rake
Golf Tri-Plex Mower
Golf Trim Mower
Golf Utility Carts
Ventrac Mowers
Golf Fuel System

CPI Violations-
7 High Sheriff Trail

Unfinished Business
Motion – Country Club RFP – Ted Moroney
Discussion –Update on Forensic Audit – Slobodan Trendic

New Business
First Reading – Resolution C-01 – Ted Moroney
First Reading – Resolution C-03 – Ted Moroney
First Reading – Resolution C-05 – Ted Moroney
First Reading – Resolution C-06 – Ted Moroney
First Reading – Resolution C-07 – Ted Moroney
First Reading – Resolution C-08 – Ted Moroney
First Reading – Resolution M-09 – Doug Parks
Motion – Engagement of Union Bank – Pat Supik
Motion – To Amend previously adapted Beach parking annual fee for non-members – Slobodan Trendic
Motion – To Amend the OPA Advertising Policy – Slobodan Trendic
Discussion – White Horse Boat Ramp – Doug Parks
Discussion – Soliciting ideas for Annual Meeting Agenda – Slobodan Trendic

Appointments –
John O’Connor – Term Extension – Budget & Finance

Adjournment to Closed Session for Contractual Issues as permitted by the MD Homeowner’s Association Act, Section 11B-111 (4) a meeting of the Board of Directors or other governing body of the homeowners association or a committee of the homeowners association may be held in closed session only for the following purposes: (i) Discussion of matters pertaining to employees and personnel; (vi) Consideration of the terms or conditions of a business transaction in the negotiation stage if the disclosure could adversely affect the economic interests of the homeowners association.

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