Executive Director’s Report – May, 2018

Executive Director’s Report
May 21, 2018

Operations & Maintenance:
The summer interns began work on May 7th. They will spend the next 12 weeks analyzing the SIPOA road pavement and surveying drainage outfalls.

Safety & Security:
We have introduced the “Fast Access” module in ABDI. This enables owners to send a gate pass voucher to their guests before arrival. The officers scan the voucher and the pass prints automatically. This reduces the time to process a guest’s pass to about 10 seconds.

Lake House:
The Lake House is gearing up for the summer season. We are recruiting part-time, seasonal fitness center and pool attendants.

Administration:
We have collected 97% of the 2018 Annual Assessment payments. Per the SIPOA Collection Policy, barcodes for any owners who have not paid by the end of this month will be deactivated on June 1st.

We recently received the needed access permissions from the web hosting company to enable us to update the SIPOA portion of the website. The resource library is now on the GateAccess.net site and we are adding documents each week. More information will be added to the site as we move forward.

There were 22 property closings in April. 8 single family, 11 villas, 3 lots.

The Community Associations Institute (CAI) published an article about our Audubon International Certification in their national magazine this month. Board members received a copy in their packets and we will post a link on the website as soon as we receive permission from CAI.

ARC Activity:
New Homes:
Applications Pending = 10
New Homes Approved, not yet started = 1
New Homes Under Construction = 20

Repair & Maintenance Projects:
Maintenance Projects Approved by staff in April = 71
Total YTD = 287

Enforcement Actions = 25

Communications:
publiccomment@sipoa.org Activity – April

Topic # of comments/questions
Assessment 1
Barcodes 1
BW1 1
Low-Speed Vehicles 1
Sign 1
Total 5

-Submitted by Heather Paton, Executive Director, SIPOA

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