- Michele Walot, Chair
- Ginny Mumm
- Michael McNally (did not attend)
- Jan Fisher
- Jeff Beckwith
- Lesley Danziger
- Sukumar Pal
- Andrew Herndon, Vice President of Community Management, ICHA
- Ron Reid. Community Manager, ICHA
Community Center Events
About 500 attendees
Thanks to: All volunteers, including Michele Mustachio, who did a great job face painting.
Recommendations: greater promotion on the web site and message board.
Tango exhibition and instruction
About 100 attendees
Thanks to: Liza Krassner for organizing.
Recommendations: More dance nights with different dance styles
About 35 attendees
Thanks to: Orange County Vector Control
Recommendations: Continued presentations responding to community interests
Charlie Lave Reception
A plaque in honor of Charlie Lave’s contribution to University Hills will be installed in the Community Center on Tuesday, October 11, 2011. A short reception will follow
Halloween Party and Haunted House
Saturday, October 29 Community Center 5:00 p.m.
About 500 children of all ages attended last year
Thanks to: Luke Cantrella who will again be directing us. Volunteers needed, especially with arts and crafts
Planning for November- Date TBA, Diane Fallon will coordinate again.
Anteater Street Lights
In response to resident requests, ICHA is looking into masks to fit inside the new conversion induction lighting to deflect the light down, so resident homes off Anteater are not affected
In response to resident requests, gardeners will be posting flags to indicate where fertilizer has been used in landscaping
Broken Dog Park Locks and Swimming Pool Locks will be replaced
Some homes in University Hills have volunteered to take part in an SCE research study for energy conservation. The city of Irvine as a whole will be integrating smart meters to track energy use.
- External maintenance of homes and gardens
Jane Laning, ICHA President presented concerns by residents about lack of exterior maintenance of some University Hills homes. The board discussed several approaches to advising residents. Jane will return to the HRB and ICHA board with possible approaches consistent with University Hills policies and agreements.
- Street Sweeping and On-Street Parking
The 2nd and 4th Thursdays in the month streets are routinely swept. Cars parked on the street are preventing proper street sweeping. Street sweeping helps prevent run-off of debris into Back Bay and the ocean.