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1 the community newsletter winter 2013 Racquet Club at Scottsdale Ranch President s Letter by Cliff Warren Here at the Racquet Club residents are on a continuous quest for a healthy quality of life. And, what better place to achieve such a goal? Our very name suggests a lifestyle of healthy living. Even for our many residents who don t play tennis, the very presence of our nine tennis courts encourages physical activity, such as walking, gym exercises (yoga, aerobics, palates, etc.), bicycling, and hiking. (All of these are arranged by our own staff.) Of course, those who do play tennis enjoy a plethora of events to accommodate all levels of play. Playing tennis is further encouraged by a formalized and fair system for tennis court sign-ups and accessibility. This includes programs to help residents find and meet compatible tennis players. Personally, I love the fact that it is so easy to arrange games at the Racquet Club! Many studies on what attributes constitute a healthy lifestyle also point to the importance of a close social network. Many of us do not have family and friends living in the area, but luckily we live in an extremely friendly community. Over the years, most of us have developed close (and even not so close) friends whom we look forward to seeing when we return from our summer residences. Or, for those roughly 30% of us who live here year round, we meet friends day after day at the pool, hot tub, or gym. With our centrally located clubhouse (with complimentary coffee and soft drinks), we are encouraged to meet and greet one another. Having a nurturing social network reduces the stresses of everyday life and, even more importantly, in unfortunate situations. Our Activities Director plans many programs that encourage social interaction among our residents. It is clearly a big benefit of being a member of the Club. Looking beyond our gates, we are also members of the Scottsdale Ranch community, which includes a lake, clubhouse, social activities (including monthly free jazz concerts), exercise park (more tennis), and even a wellequipped senior center. The City of Scottsdale, one of the most livable cities in America, offers even more activities, including a very nice nearby library and a community college with many adult programs to help keep healthy brains. All in all, we are very lucky to live in such a healthy environment, the center of which is our very own Racquet Club. Cheers! NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION The Racquet Club will hold its Annual Meeting on Monday, March 11th, at the Scottsdale Ranch Community Center, North 100th Street. The main items of business will be election of two positions on the Board of Directors and Reports. The ballot information has been mailed to the homeowner address identified on the City Property homeowner s website. If you have not received your ballot, contact the Association office ( ) for a replacement. Join us at the meeting or send the Absentee/Early vote so that your voice is heard and we have the required quorum to complete the election. 1

2 From Your Community Manager How wonderful to see all of you. I hope this message finds you and your families in good spirits and in good health. Please let me know if you need anything or have suggestions. We always appreciate it. As I always say, an extra set of eyes is very helpful. Your Board of Directors, the Committees, and the office have been very busy with landscaping, irrigation, the website, paving project, activities, tennis, budget, reserves, audits, finances, assisting homeowners, and much more. A big thank you to all of you for what you do for the Racquet Club. I am currently getting proposals for resurfacing courts #4 and #5, painting three more buildings, resurfacing #6 pool and spa, plus proposals for renovating the server area in the Clubhouse. I am also getting quotes on removing the grass and irrigation away from all walls and sides of buildings and to separate them with curbing. As you know, many sides of buildings and walls are damaged by irrigation (the heads are butted up against them). We will be doing another phase of roof renovation and repairs this spring. This summer we will also do another phase of stairway repair and possible replacement. A paving project is also in the works. by Jerry Ebel in a row. The overall landscaping took a terrible hit. We will trim back the plants in mid March. Most of the plants will come back. At the recommendation of the Landscape Committee, the Board of Directors approved terminating ProQual Landscaping and hiring Advent Landscaping. They come highly recommended. They have a few accounts near the Racquet Club, which are very well maintained. Advent will be doing the cutbacks on the damaged plants. The transition is February 19th. The Board of Directors approved hiring Urban Tactical Security to take over the operation of the gatehouse. Please make sure you have current, proper paperwork and decals. Please remember to call the gatehouse when having guests, vendors, and any other service coming to your home. It is very important to do this or they will not be allowed in. The transition is February 16th. I am concentrating on violations within the Community. You should have a copy of the Rules, Enforcement, and Fine Policies. Stop by the office and we will give you a copy. If you lease out your home, please give the tenant a copy of the Rules and Regulations. Please read the Rules and Regulations so that you know what is allowed and what is not. It is very important. As you know, we had a very hard freeze for four nights Treasurer s Report We ended the year on a favorable note, contributing an additional $21K to the Replacement Reserve and still generating the planned surplus of $7K to offset the deficit in Retained Earning that had been generated in past years. The major contributor to generating this favorable situation was the improvement in unit turnover, which generated an additional $21,820 for the Working Capital Fund. The reduction in Propane cost generated a favorable variance of $29K, but most of this was used to fund repairs and improvements to the irrigation system and other maintenance items, such as the damage to the electrical box by the hit and run driver. Our Replacement Reserve and Cash positions is at an all-time high, which will be needed to fund the repairs to our roadways and irrigation system that are scheduled over the next few years. I believe this past year can clearly be declared a financial success! If you have any questions or would like more detail, me at 2 Thank you in advance for your cooperation. by Bob Moore As of Dec. 31, 2012 ACTUAL BUDGET Income $1,758,966 $1,729,310 Operating Expenses $1,435,487 $1,427,310 Reserve Funding $316,000 $295,000 Surplus / (Deficit) $7,479 $7,000 TOTAL CASH BALANCE Beginning of year $416,095 CURRENT BALANCES Operating Capital $69,175 Reserve Funds $392,761 Total 8/31/12 $461,936

3 What Happened to the Gate Attendants? by Cliff Warren After years of listening to complaints about people being waved into the Racquet Club without authorization, the Board finally decided to take a different approach to managing the gate attendants. Effective February 16th, Urban Tactical Security (UTS), will take over responsibility for managing the gatehouse and all of the gate attendant responsibilities. Their job will not be to change the current Rules and Regulations (which can only be done by the Board of Directors), but to enforce those that currently exist. This includes not only ingress and egress, but all parking and vehicle regulations. For those residents entering and exiting from the Via Linda gate, there will be no noticeable change. But, for those using the manned Mountain View gate, there is likely to be noticeable change. Visitors will be recorded, and those visitors without prior authorization will be refused entry. This process will no doubt cause delay in the nonresidents (left lane), so residents are encouraged to use their entry cards and/or clickers so they sail through the right lane. Although all of our current gate attendants have been invited to apply for employment at UTS (the Racquet Club has volunteered to pay for their specialized training), there are likely to be some new faces. With UTS s background in security matters, we are hoping to see a new and even higher level of professionalism in our gate attendants. Tennis & Activities Updates by Pat Carrothers As promised, this season is living up to expectations. As the newsletter is being prepared, we are gearing up for a great Valentine s Day tennis mixer during the day; and a terrific dinner/dance at the McCormick Golf Club at night. This evening is always one of the highlights of the season. On the tennis front, the Tennis Committee has been researching the possibility of recommending Pickleball Courts to the Board for possible approval. The recent Pickleball Demo Day was well attended, and residents were given the opportunity to actually give it a try. Pickleball is played like tennis, but with enlarged ping-pong-like paddles and a plastic Wiffle ball on a badminton-size court. Although no exact records are kept, estimates indicate there were about 106,000 players in the country as of the end of The Tennis Committee will meet shortly to consider a recommendation to the Board. Stay tuned! From Your Activities Director by Judy Nielson If you haven t been to the Racquet Club yet this year, you are definitely missing out on a lot of fun and good times. It is not too late to come and join us for the remaining activities and events. February, March and April highlights include: 2-08 Welcome Party and Annual Bazaar 2-11 A hike to McDowell Sonoran Preserve Trail 2-14 Annual Valentine Dinner/Dance at McCormick Ranch Golf Club 2-19 Academy Awards Party Movie discussion and voting for winners 2-24 Annual Club Barbeque, Noon (burgers/hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, pie/ice cream) /60s Dance Party Chili Cookout 3-11 Spring Training Baseball Game Cubs vs Diamondbacks 3-11 Annual Homeowner s Meeting 3-28 Annual Art Show Wine & Cheese Party 4-05 Casita Pool Happy Hour 4-07 Member-Guest Day TBA Ladies Tea in Carefree For more information please call me, Judy, at I hope to see you at one or more of our many events! 3

4 Understanding Your Racquet Club Finances by Bob Moore Most of us just want to enjoy our time at the Racquet Club and do not want to get involved in finances or the management process. While we have no big financial issue at this time, I started this series in the spring newsletter with the legal basis for funding our organization and controls in place to protect our assets. In the summer issue I covered Operating Costs, and in this issue I will conclude the series by discussing the Replacement Reserve. Our community is now almost 30 years old, and as we are finding in our personal life, parts are wearing out. Fortunately in our community s life, money can make a difference, and the Replacement Reserve is the place we go to replace or extend the life of existing physical assets. By contributing to a Reserve on a consistent and methodical basis, we spread the cost equally over past, present, and future homeowners and avoid special assessments. In 2000, we had no Reserve and were facing a number of issues of failing infrastructure. The Board engaged the services of Hughes Associates, a firm specializing in managing business and community Replacement Reserves. Hughes did an inventory of all our assets and exposures, determined the remaining useful life of these assets, and identified the funds we should have in reserve and the additional amount we would need to contribute annually to replace the asset when it failed. The amount to be fully funded at that time was $1.5 million with annual contributions of $200k. We had zero! Hughes Associates advised us that for a community like ours, the desired percentage of funding is between 50% to 75% with a minimum level of 20%. to the contributions we will be making, so our funded level is expected to remain in the mid to high 20s, but with the continued projected $4.00 annual monthly increase per unit in contributions we will reach our goal of 50% funded in We often hear the suggestion to do a special assessment (for example, to fund the current two major projects of roadway and irrigation repairs). To complete these projects in 2013/14 and still achieve the targeted 50% funding by 2021 would require an assessment of $1250 per unit, while only reducing the ongoing monthly assessment by $15. The Board has generally resisted a special assessment because its burden falls on current owners versus a planned approach which spreads the cost to all who will benefit. As you can see from this series of articles, the balancing of homeowner expectations, addressing the realities of an aging campus, and improving your property value is a challenge. The Boards over the past 10 years have done this while holding the average annual assessment increase to 1.7% while in the same period inflation grew by 2.8%. The Board authorized a special assessment of $500 per unit to establish the fund and to address a major roadway and roof issue identified at the time, as well as incorporating a $90,000 contribution into the monthly assessment ($19.00 per unit). To ultimately bring the annual contribution to the level needed to reach 50% funding level, the Board advised the membership that this portion of the monthly fee would have to increase by $4 to $5 each year. At the end of 2012 our Replacement Reserve balance is $379,273, which represents a 23.3% funding of projected replacement cost with the current portion of the monthly assessment per unit related to Reserve at $ The identified projects over the next 3 to 5 years is about equal In Memoriam The Racquet Club Family sends condolences to the families of Joe Logozzo, Joe Miller, and Judy McClure. 4

5 Maintenance Update by Tom Friedel I want to first thank those who volunteered their time as committee members during my two years as a Board member and Maintenance Chairperson. In addition, I have grown to appreciate how much the other Board members do to make the Racquet Club an exceptional place to live and to ensure its future. In terms of maintenance, our major project has been the roads. Our consultant has developed specifications for the next phase, which by this writing has gone out to the contractors for bid. This phase will include the generally U-shaped road that extends from west to east of the clubhouse specifically, around the north side of same to include the parking lots for the casitas on the east and west of the clubhouse and the parking lot for the clubhouse itself. The bids will address multiple surface options. As stated previously, the roads project is over several years, with the more deteriorated surface to be completed last. However, we have been able to patch some of the more severely deteriorated areas with our maintenance staff and will continue to do so. We have had some complaints about the speed bumps installed during the first phase of the roads project. It should be said that these speed bumps are constructed according to code (12 inches wide by 4 inches high) and consistent with our 15 mph speed limit. Other maintenance projects are progressing well under the guidance of Jerry Ebel, our Property Manager. Painting and new roofing will continue according to and with funds designated from our reserve study. Pool number six and the jacuzzi will be resurfaced and retiled respectively. And not a year too soon, courts four and five will be resurfaced. There has been much discussion and several complaints about irrigation sprinklers watering our buildings rather than grass or plants. Those areas are being identified and, when appropriate, the sprinklers will be capped and the grass replaced with gravel bordered by a concrete curb. Some of this work has already been completed, and if you wish to see the results, ask Jerry Ebel for the locations. Let me finish by saying that it was an honor to be elected to the Board and a privilege to serve. From Your Director Of Tennis by Matt Ragan The Tennis Committee would like to thank Cliff Warren, Tom Friedel, Mike Rosenbaum, Bobby Blue, Penny Larson, Thekla Norwind, and Peter & Lynn O Toole for their volunteer help with the Winter Junior National 18 s Tournament. It was super tennis and everyone really enjoyed playing here. The Women s Kickoff Tennis Event was a wonderful day. Let s keep up the participation ladies and keep coming out every Wednesday so we can get all the courts filled. Also, please congratulate the USA Team with their victory in the Canada vs. USA Tennis Event. Pickleball Day was a huge success with around 60 people attending the demonstration and trial of the game. The Tennis Committee is continuing to research the idea of bringing Pickleball to the RC. Please check the RC website to see all the tennis action photos. Please be sure to check the Tennis Board and Monthly Calendars for all of our great upcoming events. Here are a few to mark down on your calendar: Club Championship Events & Tournaments 1) Club Doubles Tournament Feb 21, 22, 23, 24 2) Club Mixed Doubles Tournament March 21, 22, 23, 24 3) Member/Guest Tennis Tournament April 7 4) Tennis Exchanges March 1, April 20 Tennis Mixers 1) Valentine s Day Mixer Feb 14 2) Tennis Round Robin Mixer March 8 3) St. Patrick s Day Mixer March 17 Weekly Tennis 1) Tuesday - Men s Social Round Robin Tennis 2) Wednesday - Women s Social Round Robin Tennis 3) Select Sunday Once a Month Mixed Doubles RR Tennis Please don t forget to check the tennis board for the weekly signup clinics. If you have any questions, please contact Matt or Sue in the Tennis shop. Have fun everyone! 5

6 Landscape Report This winter has been busy for the Landscaping Committee. The following decisions and/or actions have been completed: 1. We have a new landscaping contractor. Advent Landscaping will be taking over as of February 18th. Mike Kamrath is the owner of Advent, and you will probably see Mike around the grounds. Mike is a hands-on owner and will be ensuring that the work here is done to his high standards. 2. New control timers have been installed, allowing us to manage our water requirements in an effective, electronic manner. This will ensure that water is supplied to our landscape areas in the right amounts and at the correct times. 3. We have 190 valve boxes that answer to the controllers that are being rebuilt. The solenoids and wiring need replacing and the boxes replaced or cleaned out. There has been an inordinate amount of time and money spent when they are not working properly, plus the lack or oversupply of water. This work will commence in the next few weeks. 4. In March we will start replacing the irrigation system s polytube. Phase 1 will be the Hampton Courts and the Via Linda wall, and completed prior to summer. Phase 2 will be the Casitas and the Clubhouse area, and completed in 2013 or early In early 2014, Phase 3 will be the Hammocks and the Townhouses. We have identified that much of the underground tubing is leaking. Community Information IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Property Manager s Office Activities Office Tennis Office Front Gate The Racquet Club Website: racquetclubscottsdaleranch.com EDITOR S NOTE If you have an informative article that may be appropriate for the Newsletter, please submit for consideration to Pat Carrothers, Newsletter Editor, at EMERGENCIES In case of an emergency, call 911. Then, call the Gate ( ) with your unit number. 6 by Lorne Kramer 5. We have drawn plans showing all areas that require replacement plants. Our new irrigation system will provide multi ports that will allow us to simply run a line to feed water to these new plants. We expect to start the program of adding plants in The front and back entrances have been replanted with a new design that incorporates perennial plants and will therefore require less water and less maintenance. Blue agave, lantana, and bougainvillea are featured. The new design is very attractive and will look beautiful after a year of growth. We are continuing to identify new ways to save money. From June 2012 to December 2012, we saved over $14,000 as a result of the new water controllers and will continue to see savings. With the new valve boxes and tubing, we should see even higher savings. We have in excess of 33,000 feet of old style underground pipe; the new pipe will not only give us a much longer life, it will also show a savings in water usage with the reduction in line breaks. I would like to once again thank the Landscape Committee for their support and in particular Ron Harvey and his wife Marny, Candace Logozzo, and Marion Keller for their efforts on the front and back gate projects. You may have seen Ron out there planting the blue agaves. Please call Jerry or me with any landscape concerns or ideas that you have. I can be reached at Board of Directors Cliff Warren President, Web& Tech Chair Tom Friedel 1st VP, Maintenance Chair Lorne Kramer 2nd VP, Landscape/Grounds Chair Bob Moore Treasurer, Finance Chair Pat Carrothers Secretary, Tennis/Activities Chair OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to Noon Afternoons by appointment Jerry Ebel, Property Manager Office: Onsite: 9707 E. Mountain View Rd. #1470

7 Board Meeting Synopses October 25, 2912 An Open Forum at 6:30 p.m. preceded the meeting. A motion was made and carried to accept the minutes of the July 19, 2012 meeting. The Treasurer s Report was received; no action was taken. Committee Reports: Finance; Landscape & Grounds; Maintenance; Tennis & Activities; Website & Technology; and Manager s Reports were given. No action was taken. New Business: A motion was made and carried to approve a 2013 Operating budget of $1,444,690, with an additional amount of $313,000 to the Replacement Reserve funded by a monthly assessment of $365 beginning January 1, A motion was made and carried to request revision of the City Property resolution for Vendor Electronic Payment Fees, to state paid by whom behind the words payable and to request written clarification of the verbiage changes for Sale/Escrow Fees. November 15, 2012 A motion was made and carried to accept the minutes of the October 25, 2012 meeting. The Treasurer s Report was received; no action was taken. Committee Reports: Under Landscape & Grounds, the irrigation proposal for upgrades was discussed. A motion was made and carried to accept the proposal from Liquid Technologies to purchase Smart-timers effective January 1, 2013, at a price of $35,000. Finance; Maintenance; Tennis & Activities; Website & Technology; and Manager s Report were given. No action was taken. Old Business: A motion was made and carried to approve the verbiage change to City Property s resolution. A motion was made and carried to accept the charge of.40 from City Property. New Business: A motion was made and carried to authorize the Community Manager to contract with Kommercial Painting to paint the identified walls at a cost of $5,800. A motion was made and carried to authorize City Property to contract audit service for 2012 at a cost not to exceed $3,300. A motion was made and carried to authorize City Property to increase the December funding to the Replacement Reserve by any amount of the operating surplus in excess of the targeted $7,000. Bob Moore was appointed to chair the Election Committee. Cliff Warren offered a training presentation of the website. January 17, 2013 An Open Forum at 6:30 p.m. preceded the meeting. A motion was made and carried to accept the minutes of the November 15, 2012 meeting. The Treasurer s report was received; no action was taken. Committee Reports: Under Landscape & Grounds, a motion was made and carried to authorize the Community Manager to contract with Advent Landscaping to provide landscaping services at the Racquet Club at a monthly cost of $8,000 plus $19,500 for winter seed and fertilizer. Under Tennis & Activities, a motion was made and carried to have Matt Ragan, Director of Tennis, contact Pickle Ball Ambassador, Jack Thomas, to set up a Pickle Ball Exhibition at the Racquet Club. Finance; Maintenance; Website & Technology; and Manager s Reports were given. No action was taken. New Business: A motion was made and carried to authorize the Community Manager to solicit competitive bids to renovate the serving area of the Clubhouse as follows: 1) Based on the plans previously developed, 2) at a cost not to exceed the $40,000 provided in the Replacement Reserve, and 3) with an option to complete the work across the front wall by addressing the renovation of the fireplace. Completed bids are to be presented to the Board for action by March 1. Next Meeting: The Annual Meeting will be held on March 11, 2013, at 7:30 p.m., with sign-in beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Scottsdale Ranch Community Center. The next regular Board meeting will be held on April 11, 2013, in the Fitness Center at 7 p.m., with an Open Forum one-half hour prior to the Board meeting. Friendly Reminder Garbage containers may not be placed outside the unit before dusk the night before trash collection and must be replaced inside the unit garage on the day of collection. Something To Think About A lot of problems would be avoided if people would talk to each other rather than about each other! Rumors are ruinous. 7

8 the Racquet Club at Scottsdale Ranch 9707 E. Mountain View Road, #1470 Scottsdale, Arizona Inside This Issue President s Letter p 1 Annual Meeting Notice p 1 From Your Community Manager p 2 Treasurer s Report p 2 What Happened To The Gate Attendants? p 3 Tennis & Activities Update p 3 From Your Activities Director p 3 Understanding Your RC Finances p 4 Maintenance Update p 5 From Your Director Of Tennis p 5 Landscape Report p 6 Community Information p 6 Board Meeting Synopses p 7 Quick Reminders p 7 8

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