Present: Jeffrey Beckwith, Julia Wan, Michael McNally, Ginny Mumm, Steve Cauffman, Sandrine Scherson, Andrew Herndon, Ron Reid

Recreation Survey Phase 10:

The results of the ICHA Recreation Survey for Phase 10 were presented to the HRB by Victor Van Zandt. 327 responses were received and the most requested items were pools, barbeques and picnic tables, green areas and trails, and tennis courts.  Final data will be presented to the HRB at the May meeting.

Other Business

ICHA will host an open house in September to allow the community to see the plans for the phase 10. Grading of the site will begin in October and new residents should be moving in in October 2014.  The townhouse phase of the plan will finish in 2015.  The last group of homes will be built for 2016.  The HRB requested that ICHA also include a site walk as part of the open house.

The HRB has voted to use any unexpended funds from its budget for fiscal year 2012-2013 to begin the replacement of trees on Frost and Fuertes that have not thrived.  One tree being considered is the New Zealand Christmas tree.  The tree replacement will take two to three years.

Residents are reminded that the speed limit on the streets in University Hills is 25 miles per hour.  The HRB has received complaints of speeding in the community.

The Summer Solstice Music and Art Festival will be held on Saturday, June 22 from 11:00 until 4:00 p.m. 20 vendors will display their art work for sale accompanied by live music.  Refreshments will be served.

The Fall Fiesta will be held Sunday, September 22 at the Gabrielino Park.  We will have more details in the coming months.

A resident complained to the board about being harassed on the soccer field.  He had been reported as not being eligible to use the field.  Residents are reminded to check the online reservation system before calling the campus police.