Timberline Neighborhood Meeting
Thursday, November 29
Blackwell Elementary School Library
Annual Meeting Agenda
Current Board Members and Committee Chairs:
President – Kelly Lyon-King
Vice President – Ben Coffin
Secretary – Kathe Low
Architectural Control Committee (ACC) chair – John Herd
Common Area Management (CAM) chair – Michael Neale
Welcome and Introductions – Kelly
ACC Report – John
CAM Report – Michael
Financial Report – Mike Barham
How are dues spent?
Vote on 2019 budget
Board Reports – Kelly and Ben
Open position description – Kathe
Entry re-landscaping committee – Ben
Nominations and election of Board members – Kelly
The Timberline Community Club Annual Homeowners Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 28, at 7pm in the Blackwell Elementary Library.
Join your neighbors at our annual gathering where ideas are exchanged, concerns are addressed and votes are conducted. Here is the tentative agenda:
— Reports from the Architectural Control Committee and the Common Area Management Committee.
— Discussion and approval of the 2018 budget.
— Nominations and approval of 2018 Board of Trustees
— General discussion of what’s going well and what needs improvement.
Feel free to offer additional agenda items by sending your ideas to Kelly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you there!
Next week when the TCC landscaping company is back in the neighborhood, they will be cleaning up storm debris that encroaches on sidewalks and rights-of-ways. Please let the TCC board know if there is an accumulation near you that needs removal: email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who helped with clearing streets so we could all navigate our way around the neighborhood. You are our unsung heroes!
As many of you may have noticed, some parts of our forested open spaces have been invaded by non-native plants. This is not good for the health of our forests and the wildlife that rely on native plants. The homeowners association has paid a consultant to update the Forest Stewardship Plan created in 1994, and is in the process of securing funding for the project. We will also be organizing restoration events for neighbor volunteers to help remove the noxious weeds and plant native species in their place. The highlights of the restoration plan are available here
Who are the Weed Whackers? YOU!! The marvelous Timberline forests are being invaded by noxious weeds; English ivy is spreading, choking out beneficial plants and climbing the trees. Volunteers are needed to help whack down these weeds. We will cut the ivy vines climbing trees, tear off the lower parts and then create ivy-free rings around the tree trunks. Please join the Timberline Forest Stewards on Nov. 19, from 10-noon to start ripping ivy out of our common areas.
- Meet at the north trail entrance on 208th, next door to the first house at 4131 208th Ave. NE.
- Bring work gloves, and garden shears if possible. No digging necessary!
- This activity is appropriate for families, but children under age 10 will need adult supervision.
- This activity qualifies for community service hours for students.
The Timberline Community Club Annual Meeting will be held Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 at the Blackwell Elementary School at 7:00 pm in the Library room.
Agenda items will include a review of TCC Board and Committee activities and challenges, financials, the proposed 2017 budget, and the election of the 2017 TCC Board and Committee Chairpersons.
Volunteers are needed for all TCC Board Officers and members of the ACC and CAM committees. If interested email the TCC President:timberlinecc@@live.com.
Someone from the city’s Public Works department is going to attend TCC’s board meeting next week to give us an overview of the Sahalee project and answer any questions we have. Our idea is that we can collect questions from TCC members and post the answers after the meeting. Please submit your questions via the comments button.