On June 9, 2021, Lot 10 (Steve and Paula Thomas) applied to the Buildings and Landscaping Committee (BLC) for approval of a project to remodel their deck and construct a portico over a portion of it. All three BLC members recused themselves from the decision to approve or reject the request. On June 28, 2021, the Board of Directors, acting in place of the BLC, approved the request by a 4-0 vote, with one Board member recusing himself. A copy of the Lot 10 request including site drawings is provided below.
Materials for the March Special meeting are included below. The Bulkhead Replacement document was also sent electronically on February 24. We encourage you to have a copy of that document available for notetaking.
Thank you to the homeowners involved in the beach trail maintenance! The contracted brush clearing in May was successful and the volunteer trail mowing and ongoing weed whacking contribute to beach access……..and a GREAT start to summer crab season!
Since the April annual BMA meeting, the Board has continued work on several projects. The water system cross-connection project is moving forward under the leadership of our water coordinator. He is working with King Water Company to clearly define the scope of work and timeline for project completion. Once clearly defined, there will be direct communication from Board members as to impact for each homeowner as work is completed.
Our bulkhead work group, chaired by a homeowner, met with Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife employee in May for input on allowable bulkhead repairs and potential impacts. Coastal Geologic Services, Coastal Geologic conducted a beach site visit on June 27 and will submit their findings within the next few weeks. The goal of this background research is to understand the impacts and options of any potential bulkhead repairs. The Board will schedule an informational special meeting, hopefully Fall 2019, to share the outcomes of this research.
Revised CC&Rs and Bylaws were reviewed on June 27 with the law firm who worked with BMA, Bailey, Duskin, Peiffle The attorney voiced no immediate concerns with either document and thought the language was clear and appropriate for a homeowner’s association. He stressed the importance of maintaining accurate association records and evidence of following any stated practices (meetings, voting procedures, assessment collections). Which BMA has done. He will provide suggested language, if needed, and then we can move forward with filing the CC&Rs with Island County. Then post the 2019 BMA-approved CC&Rs and Bylaws to the website!
Hello BMA Members – The 2019 meeting is Saturday, April 20 at 1:00 p.m. at the Camano Island Library. The agenda includes water system updates, Board proposals for CCR and Bylaws revisions, two Board vacancies and current research on the bulkhead. During the President’s Report, there will be time for input into future goals for our BMA community.
If you have questions about the proposed CCR and/or Bylaws revisions, contact a Board member prior to the meeting so that we can address the question and also review the questions during the annual meeting.Regards,
Deborah J. Solatka
Hello BMA Community –
We hope everyone enjoyed the recent snowfall! Bring on Spring!
The BMA Board has identified the 2019 dates for your planning purposes. Additional information & materials for the BMA Annual meeting will be sent in mid-March.
As always, please let any of the Board members know if you have questions or concerns.
April 20, Saturday: Annual BMA Meeting 1:00 – 3:30. Camano Library
May 6, Monday: Contracted beach trail maintenance
May 10-11, Friday-Saturday: BMA Community Garage Sale
Aug. 17, Saturday: BMA Community BBQ !2:00 @ Steve & Deborah’s (lot #17)
Deborah J. Solatka