Welcome to our community of 52 condominium homes, adjacent to Amazon Creek and the Gudukut Wetland.
We take pride in maintaining the appearance of our grounds and exterior of buildings; residents contribute monthly dues for this purpose and volunteer as Board members
to take care of tasks such as hiring the vendors who service our community, set the monthly dues, and the guidelines for community living.
Lea Wood is a community of 52 condominium units in west Eugene, located off City View Street and bordered by Amazon Creek on the north, and the Gudukut wetland on the south. A Board of 9 Volunteer members administer the Home Owners Association. Monthly meetings take place on the 3rd Tuesday of the month (usually) and the annual meeting takes place in September. Alternative spellings found are LeaWood, Leawood, and Lea Wood ... but as long as it's followed by HOA and is in Eugene, that's us!
The meeting of the LEA WOOD HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION was called to order
6:00 p.m. by Noland Whaley, President.
Diane Rivo (Absent)
Sabastian Partovi (Absent)
Carol Poole – Secretary/Assistant to the HOA
Minutes from May 20, 2014 meeting. Approved
Financials—May 20, 2014 went over
Approved fence billing will be on
June’s billing. Financials approved.
·Lawyer – Liens are underway for 1361 and
oCharge is $100/hour for his legal assistant,
·Budget – Need to slow down spending, already $3000
-$4000 beyond the budgeted items.
·New Bank Account – Noland advised of the banking
oUdie might go into OCCU to set up the
account. Noland advised Udie to contact
Bottom Line for more information
oNoland wants a schedule for irrigation
oMOTION to get into Graham’s rotation for future
oTwo men did all of it in 5 hours.
oCarol will contact to set up to be on their
schedule for Graham’s in the future
oBudget is stretching thin at this time.
oTabling tree stumps until October
oUdie presented an estimate for Mark for stump
removal for only two of the existing stumps.
All trees were around water, electric, cable. Udie talked to EWEB about the stump
removal. EWEB would shut down power and
also replace power box.
oAfter grind it, they would apply chemical that
would be only absorbed by the tree roots and it would kill the root. Can the Board kill the roots themselves?
oJoe brought up the issue of replanting, the
consensus is that trees will not be replanted in the same location.
oMOTION to table tree stump removal until
oRexxius is $2900
oLane Forest Products $2950
oStill have funds to do the bark…depends on which
areas and how much
oUdie said that Dan (the landscaper) requested we
don’t do the bark yet because he isn’t done with the weeding and area
oQuestion of walk through to see about the bark
and drainage issue. Udie will check with
Dan to see about elevation of bark or blocking off bark run-off.
oWe will check with him again next month.
·Parking letter sent to 1267, advised the owner
of parking rules—no blocking of sidewalk.
·Dish location requested - 1253, 1255, 1257
oNeed to mount a post to the rail of their deck
oMust be on their property
oCarol will help write list of rules of location
oNoland said he gave them some instructions
oMOTION to pay for relocation of dish- approved
oQuestion about spiders
oIt’s an owner’s responsibility because it is an
·Joe had a question about 10’ property line for
oIt is his area, but the landscape company
maintains the exterior.
oJoe can actually use his yard as he sees fit…notifying
the landscape company.
·Speed Limit issue discussed, because of the
little boy riding his bike in the cul de sac
·Dry Erase board purchase approved for Meeting
Room to help keep track of upcoming projects, and needed upgrades or scheduled
work for landscaping, etc.
Meeting was adjourned by Noland Whaley, President,
at 6:50 p.m.
The next general meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. on July