March 27, 2019
Open 30: One speaker - talked about the need to get enforcement going again at the gate and stop waiting for the construction to be completed.
Legislative Report: Griffis-Widewater Supervisor Jack Cavalier said the County budget hearings have begun and the budget is slated for a vote on 4/16/19. He expressed regret at the School Board’s decision to send AH elementary school kids to Hampton Oaks next year and reminded us that the end of the 60-day delay on the ATC tax-incentives vote is next month and he is hoping they will stay in place to provide the best opportunity for a build to take hold. Delegate Bob Thomas talked about what’s going on in Richmond including passing tax reform and an increase for teacher salaries. He too supports honoring the tax incentives for the Aquia Town Center.
Director Comments: Thank you to Jack Cavalier and Paul Milde who worked to support keeping AH kids at Moncure, an appreciation for those in attendance at the Board meeting tonight, a report on a good golf meeting about the future of the course, would like a clarification on glass recycling (in this month’s Harbourview), gratitude for how the community responded during the federal worker furlough crisis.
Treasurer’s Report: 55 accounts with the attorney. Cash on hand $3,842,000, 404 lot owners past due.
GM Report: Bank Fraud Protection Action Taken, Storm Water County Meeting, Legal Update, Around the Harbour, Insurance Report.
Board: Nominating Committee, Pool Pump, Goodwill Contract, Shade Structures – CC Pool and bleachers for the Ballfield.
Bank Fraud Review – We had a full risk analysis review with Bank Fraud Protection and will be implementing one of their recommendations for a nominal fee. The review provided that we had limited to no exposure in other areas. We also had them review our audit and they responded with “ Very strong balance sheet with no long-term debt.”
Legal Update – The judge denied our request to recover fees but did ban the plaintiff from any further lawsuits without the express review and permission of a Stafford Court judge. The last pending lawsuit from this plaintiff will be heard on April 15th. The AHPOA has prevailed on all of the cases filed so far from this plaintiff and has spent thousands of dollars defending these lawsuits.
Storm Water Management – The GM attended a County storm-water management meeting that was mostly intended for contractors but there was some information to be gleened on flooding yards and basements that will be shared with residents.
Insurance – All has been updated and renews on April 1st – the start of our fiscal year.
Around the Harbour – Stables up to 13 stalls and summer camps have been scheduled, the Police Chief’s Please Stop Me program went viral and agencies from many states will be implementing his program, the Golf Summit will take place on 3/26 at the Country Club at 6p to discuss how to revive and improve our golf course and income, the office is trying out electronic time sheets, and the GM is sending out notices to residents who have unsightly roof mold and algea.
Nominating Committee –Committee members were added. Thank you Directors Bud Blankenship, Chip Collins and Chris Greene (alternate) as well as residents David Humphrey, Jim Hodges and Bea Klapak
Pool Pump – Three bids were obtained to replace the pool pump (about $10k) at the Country Club pool before the season starts. Winkler was chosen to provide the pump and installation. Passed.
Good Will Contract – This contract allows for the free use of our community spaces for resident driven charity efforts, barter and programs that benefit residents. It outlines expectations and requirements. Trainers will have to provide training certificates and insurance and the Board added that a $75 returnable cleaning fee deposit would be required. Passed
Shade Structures – Shade structures for the Country Club Pool and bleachers for the Ballfields were approved using money from the New Capital Improvements fund. Passed
April 1 Annual Dues are due. $1,554.00. Questions - call the office at 540-659-3050
Mon/Wed Strength and Conditioning Classes start at the Harbour Inn $$. Instructor Casey
Walters is also a Harbourite and will be teaching a Strength and Conditioning class Monday’s and Wednesdays at 5:30p and 6:45p. Teens 15 and up are welcome. $15 Resident drop in, $20 Non-resident drop in. Discount punch cards also available from the instructor. Casey.email@example.com
Link to view Harbour Inn Calendar https://timetr.ee/s/5bfGoa9Nrb98MM2fHl2OeMIksfoFgvh4
April 6th Spring Craft Fair. Harbour Inn 9a-3p. If you want information on setting up a booth contact firstname.lastname@example.org
April 6th Coffee with a Cop. Country Club 10:30a – 11:30a
April 7th Easter Egg Hunt 1:00 LIONS PARK Free / Aquia Harbour Residents only. Thank you AH Women’s Club. You can donate candy at the Business Office – box in the foyer.
Tue/Thu/Fri Yoga Begins at the Harbour Inn! $$
April 17th Free Salsa lessons. Harbour Inn 7-9. Adults and kids 12 and up. Let’s Dance!
April 25th Life Line at Harbour Inn. 1-800-690-0323 and receive a $10 discount off the package or visit Life Line Screening’s website at www.lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle or text the word circle to 797979. There are still a few openings.
April 27th Earth Day & Aquia Harbour Clean Up Day Dumpsters will be placed under video surveillance at the Stables 1200 Aquia Dr from Fri 4/26 – 28. Illegal dumping (not a resident, dumping commercial items, leaving items on the ground will be followed up).
May 8th Free Salsa lessons. Harbour Inn 7-9. Adults and kids 12 and up. Let’s Dance!
June 1st Aquia Evening Lions Charity Yard Sale. To contribute you can rent a table to sell your own
stuff or donate stuff that they will sell for charity. For more information call 540-659-6111.
Welcome to the Aquia Harbour Property Owner's Association website. After you register, you may want to spend a bit of time reviewing the "tutorials" forum.
Sep. 7, 8, 14 and 15 - Harbour Inn pool open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.