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Commercial Property Group
1856 Lincoln Ave
Steamboat Springs, 80487

Phone: 1.970.879.1402
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Dakota Ridge Homeowners Association
Meeting Minutes
November 8, 2007

A meeting of the Dakota Ridge Homeowners Association was held on November 8, 2007 at 1:15 p.m. in the Board Room of The Commercial Property Group, LLC at 3001 S. Lincoln, Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Board Members: David Zedeck
Tomas Stone
Tim DePuy
Brent Langevin

Guests: Medora Fralick Stephanie McDonald

The meeting of the Board of the Dakota Ridge Homeowners Association was called to order at 1:15 p.m.

Tomas Stone gave the Financials report. He noted that the Association is still ahead of budget for the year. A maturing CD was rolled over into a new CD. CDís maturing in February will be rolled into new CDís depending on the snow removal costs incurred by the Association up to that date and projected costs for the remainder of the winter season.

There was nothing new to report under Roads.
Medora reported that plans for a garage addition for Lot 59 have been submitted.

Medora stated that updated information for the water study has been submitted and a report is forthcoming.

Medora informed the Board that a nominal amount of money will be required to move the curbstop from Lot 23 to Lot 21.
After some discussion, Tim DePuy made a motion to approve moving the curbstop from Lot 23 to Lot 21 at the Associationís expense not exceeding $500.00 and it was seconded by Brent Langevin. The motion was approved unanimously.

Medora presented a letter for review regarding the Annual Meeting elections for Board terms. Once the date for the meeting has been agreed upon by the Board, a copy will be provided to each lot owner.

The next monthly meeting is December 13, 2007 at 1:15 p.m.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

Stephanie McDonald
Secretary for the meeting
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