Rose Creek Crossing

Rose Creek Crossing

Monday, December 1, 2014

New Survey - Please vote ASAP!

Townhome Owners.
A new survey is available to take pertaining to snow removal, parking, and Comcast. Please check your email or use the following link to vote ASAP!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JB767SX

Monday, November 10, 2014

HOA Meeting

The HOA will hold a meeting on November 20, at 6:30 pm at the RCC Clubhouse. Please plan on attending to learn about the current reserves, fees, and impacts to our community.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Riverton Water Update

It is highly recommend if you are available Thursday night, coming to this open house. Townhomes are looking at a $10.00/mo increase if JVWCD is voted in.
Paul Wayman's photo.
Thursday, November 6 at 5:00pm in MST
Riverton City Hall 12830 South Redwood Road

Monday, October 20, 2014

Board Meeting Minutes - October 1, 2014

Opening

The regular meeting of the Rose Creek Crossing HOA was called to order at 6:00 p.m. on October 1 in the RCC clubhouse by Jason Sucher of Advantage Management.

Present

President – Keven Mabey, Term in years: 1
Secretary – Bryan Hansen, Term in years: 2
Treasurer – Steven Bullard, Term in years: 2
VP – Michael Overson, Term in years: 1
VP – Calleen Passey, Term in years: 1
The board unanimously voted to approve the listed positions held by each board member.

Agenda

Financial Review

·         Water Costs:
o   Riverton City currently receives its water from wells which produce very hard water. The city is looking to raise the water quality by taking the current wells out of service and purchasing water from Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District (JVWCD). Currently, Riverton residents pay $2.50 per thousand gallons of water and the switch to JVWCD would increase the rate to $3.91 per thousand gallons. This fee increase is expected to increase water bills about $11 per month on average. For the RCC HOA this means that the townhomes would see the increase in the monthly HOA fees. Single Family Home residents would see the increase in their monthly water bill based upon actual usage.

o   The city is currently in a study phase evaluate the difference in water quality by switching to JVWCD. Water began being circulated into the city’s water system on October 1st, and residents should start to notice by November 1st.

o   The District 4 Open House to discuss culinary water alternatives has been set for October 23rd at Riverton City Hall from 6-8 pm. There will also be a City-wide open house the week prior on October 14th from 5-9 pm at the Public Works building off of 4150 W and 12600 S, which will be in place of the regularly scheduled Council Meeting. Please come prepared to review the process and proposed timeline for the survey, trial switch over to JVWCD water, and the permanent implementation of the switch over if approved by residents through survey responses. This will be an opportunity to also review the methodology in the proposed new rate structure and ask questions about the rate structure, JVWCD water and anything else about the process. For additional info you can reach out to councilman Trent Staggs: http://trentstaggs.com/   https://www.facebook.com/trentstaggsforrivertoncitycouncil


·         Budget:
o   The board approved a $400 expenditure for a second reserve study that outlines all HOA fees associated with the townhomes excluding the fees associated with the pool and clubhouse. This will allow all townhome owners to clearly see where the HOA fees are being spent. This report will be presented to the HOA a meeting scheduled toward the end of October or first part of November.

o   The board reviewed the HOA financial report handed out at the HOA meeting on 9/22/14. The HOA started 2014 with the ideal reserve balance of $484,000. The actual balance was approximately 29% at $139,022. This large deficiency should be considered a major concern for the HOA based upon future needs of maintenance to the clubhouse and primarily the townhomes. Currently, the HOA reserve collects about $1600/mo which needs to increase to $7400/mo in order to reach the projected reserve need.

o   The townhomes are funded under this reserve with regards to future maintenance of items such as stucco, roofs, landscape, road, sidewalks, driveways, etc. The unfortunate side of this means a projected rate increase will be needed for townhome owners. The HOA board does not want to do this and is looking at other ways to cut costs so that any potential increase will be as small as possible.

o   The clubhouse and pool has continued to be a great resource for most households of the HOA. However, the HOA has continued to pay more to fix and maintain the clubhouse and pool then the amount budgeted for maintenance. Generally, this has been from abuse and lack of proper cleanup by users. To remedy this, the board voted unanimously to have Advantage Management enforce stricter cleaning enforcement along with the issuing and collection of fines. The fines will be issued in tiers; $25, $50, $75, $100, and finally the entire $150 deposit. For example, you will pay the $25 rental fee and include the $150 deposit. After your use the cleaning inspection found damage to a wall and stains on the carpet. By the estimated time to clean and repair, the user gets their $150 deposit returned but is assessed a fee of $75. So in total the user paid $100 for the reservation.  An updated cleaning list will be posted in the clubhouse and issued as part of the reservation form. 

o   The board discussed the possibility of increasing the reservation fee of the clubhouse to help offset costs. It was decided to wait and see if the fines would help before this would be considered again.

Town Home Issues

·         Comcast contract: The HOA will hold a vote in early 2015 to cancel the current Comcast contract that expires July 2015. The current package that Comcast provides is
o   2 DTA receivers and 1 DCT receiver, no internet or HDTV, for $28.50/mo

·         Parking: The board voted to assemble a parking committee to evaluate and recommend changes to the current parking situation in the townhomes. If you live in the townhomes and would like to be part of the committee, please contact Bryan Hansen at bryanpec@gmail.com or 801-376-1358, by Oct 24th.

·         Heat tape: The board voted to split the installation of heat tape costs for townhome owners that need it. This will be a 50/50 split and will need to be installed by a licensed contractor for insurance purposes.

Single Family Home Issues

·         Biolife: Riverton City approved the development of the Biolife site. However, this issue has now become a court case and is currently in the 3rd District Court. No further information is available at this time.

·         HOA fees: Fees will be evaluated in conjunction with the townhomes to evaluate any fees changes if necessary.

·         13400 South entrance: The board voted and approved landscaping to be added to the entrance from 13400 South that currently has nothing.                       


Organizing Pool Committee for Next Year

Motion was made to move this discussion to next board meeting.

HOA Website

·         Currently there is no board member assigned to updating the HOA website. Bryan Hansen volunteered to assume the role and responsibilities. The board unanimously approved.  

HOA Newsletter

·         Currently there is no board member assigned to making the HOA newsletter. Bryan Hansen volunteered to assume the role and responsibilities. The board unanimously approved.

Miscellaneous

·         The clubhouse was updated with a new universal control system for the theater/tv/sound controls. Currently, any user with an Apple product will be able to adjust the systems. Android device control is still being worked out.
·         An Apple ID was created for the clubhouse.

Adjournment

Meeting was adjourned at 8:30 by Keven Mabey. The next general meeting date was not determined.
Minutes submitted by:     Bryan Hansen

Approved by:                   Keven Mabey

Friday, October 10, 2014

Parking Committee Needed

The HOA board voted to assemble a parking committee to evaluate and recommend changes to the current parking situation in the townhomes. If you live in the townhomes and would like to be part of the committee, please contact Bryan Hansen at bryanpec@gmail.com or 801-376-1358, by Oct 24th.

Friday, May 16, 2014







RULES FOR USE OF COMMUNITY SWIMMING POOL

1.1 Hours of pool operation are: Friday and Saturday: 6:00 am-11:00 pm; Sunday through Thursday: 6:00 am-10:00 pm.

1.2 The pool is for the use of Rose Creek Crossing residents and accompanied guests only. Residents shall not lend keys to non-residents and must accompany guests at all times.

1.3 The doors to the pool area, or to the rest room area, are not to be left propped open. Violation of this rule may result in the suspension of pool privileges.

1.4 Climbing over the fence to gain access to the pool area is not permitted. Violation of this rule may result in the suspension of pool privileges.

1.5 Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied an adult. This is a Utah State Law.

1.6 Use of pool facilities is at your own risk--THERE ARE NO LIFE GUARDS ON DUTY!!!

1.7. Infants and children who are not potty-trained must wear swim diapers.

1.8 The following are not allowed in the pool area: alcoholic beverages of any type; glass bottles or containers; smoking of any kind; foul or abusive language; rowdy or inappropriate behavior. Violation of any of these rules may result in the suspension of pool privileges.

1.8 Lost keys can be replaced at a cost of $100.00 per key from Advantage Management.


1.9 HOA Management and the members of the Rose Creek Crossing community appreciate your help in maintaining our pool facilities and working with us to make sure the above rules are followed. Please feel free to contact Advantage Management at 1-866-500-7368, 1-801-235-7368, or rose.creek.crossing@gmail.com if any problems or violations are noted--help us help you to make this a great place to relax and enjoy life in one of Utah’s finest communities.