Coronado Shores Condominium Association #9
October 21, 2022

A meeting of the Board of Directors of Coronado Shores Condominium
Association #9 was called to order by Board President, Ken Sigelman at 9:02am,
on Friday, October 21, 2022, in the conference room located at 1820 Avenida del
Mundo, Coronado California.

Directors Present:
Ken Sigelman, President
Elizabeth Hammond, Vice President (by Zoom)
Cheryl Mahoney, Secretary (by Zoom)
Robert Bishop, Treasurer (by Zoom)
David McNelis, Member at Large (by Zoom)

Other Present:
Rafael Estrada, Association General Manager (by Zoom)
35 Homeowners (by Zoom and Telephone)

Consent Agenda:
Upon motion duly made, seconded, and carried, by the Board of Director’s, the
following Consent Agenda was approved
General Board Meeting Minutes, September 23, 2022
Executive Minutes, September 23, 2022
Financial Report, September 30, 2022

Delinquencies: – Rafael Estrada
There are two HOA accounts that are currently 90 days delinquent. Rafael
Estrada is working with Consortium to bring these accounts current.

Treasurer’s Report – Robert Bishop
The Finance Committee met in October 2022 to review the financials from
September 30, 2022.
Reserve Cash $1,873,902
Assets $1,953,718
Liability $2,953,951
Deficit $1,233,000
Total Revenue $158,763
Total Expenses $172,734
Deficit $13,971
Total YTD Deficit $99,686

El Mirador Building Committee Reports:

Elevator Committee – Robert Bishop
Rafael Estrada announced that the Elevator Modernization Project was complete.

Landscape Committee – Patricia Boer
Patricia noted that the four trees that have recently been removed from a
portion of the landscaped area in the parking lot, will be replaced with trees that
provide a clear line of view for Pedestrians and drivers. Crew three will be
replacing plants in three of the larger pots in the entrance to align with the
smaller potted plants. Patricia requested that any suggestions for the Landscape
Committee be submitted to her by November 16th, 2022.

L & R Committee Reports:

L & R Committee Report – Ken Sigelman
Ken Sigelman reported that the Beach Club continues to do financially very well.
They discussed upgrading the Beach Club sound system. There will be another
conversion of one tennis court to a pickleball court. The exercise facility on
campus will be receiving some new workout equipment.

Beach Club Advisory Report – Therese Abboud
The financial review was positive. The Mexican Festival was successful. A
Halloween party is scheduled for the 28th of October 2022. A New Year’s Eve
party has been scheduled at $75.00 per person. November 15th, 2022, will be the
next committee meeting. The committee also discussed and addressed the noise
issue regarding the Ron Garage Band.

Other Business:

Maintenance Report – Rafael Estrada
Rafael Estrada mentioned that the following projects and our maintenance are
Coronado Fire Department inspection on August 1st, 2022, noted violations in a
report that was submitted to the Board of Directors. These have been addressed
and repair or maintenance completed.
Terrace recoating will commence the week of October 24, 2022.

Cooling Tower – ATC has entered the work order to BAC for materials. Start date
will be scheduled soon.

Boilers – A check for $200k was issued to have Jackson and Blanc start ordering
the materials. They have all the equipment necessary to start the project. Will
notify residents with commencement date.
Staff have started painting the north stairwell. They started on the 16th floor and
will work their way down to the terrace.
Staff have cleaned out the outside trash storage area.
The complete Maintenance Report is included in the Board packet.

New Business:

Adoption of New Rules and Fine Schedule
The motion was made by Cheryl Mahoney, seconded by Elizabeth Hammond to
amend Short Term Rentals Rule K-1 with; “Additionally, prior to the
commencement of any such lease, a written copy must be submitted to
management for their records. Under no circumstances is subleasing allowed.”
And an amendment to Rule K-16 with “Any disrespectful treatment or
harassment of any resident or staff member is prohibited.” The fine schedule for
K-1 and K-16 has been modified and amended as well. (Refer to the Changes to
Rules and Regulations, File No. 7188.001). Motion passed 5-0.

Personnel Business
The motion was made by Cheryl Mahoney, seconded by David McNelis, that
effective October 1, 2022, the General Manager, Rafael Estrada shall receive a
10% merit increase to his annual salary. Motion passed 5-0.
The motion was made by Cheryl Mahoney, seconded by David McNelis, that all El
Mirador employees will receive, effective January 1st, 2023, an 8% Cost of Living
salary increase. Motion passed 5-0.

Nominations to Replace Resigning Directors
Notification was sent to Elizabeth Hammond, (Board Member) and Rafael
Estrada, General Manager that effective at the conclusion of the general El
Mirador Bldg. #9 board meeting on October 21, 2022, the following Board of
Directors would resign; Ken Sigelman, President, Robert Bishop, Treasurer,
Cheryl Mahoney, Secretary and David McNelis, Member at Large.
Communication to the HOA residents was sent out regarding the resignations,
prior to the Board meeting. Refer to this resignation letter to the HOA as a
reference point.
Elizabeth Hammond made the motion, per Article 7, Section 3, that the
resignations of these Board Directors, would be effective immediately and the
following individuals were noted as the selected new Board of Directors.
Irene Pedroza, David Zacharias, Louis Lozano, Carlos Atri
The Board President called a short recess to allow Irene Pedroza, David
Zacharias, Louis Lozano, Carlos Atri, and Liz Hammond to discuss and assign
Board Director positions.
The meeting was called back to order at 9:58am, by Elizabeth Hammond. The
Board of Directors were nominated as follows.
David Zacharias President
Irene Pedroza Vice-President
Elizabeth Hammond Secretary
Louis Lozano Treasurer
Carlos Atri Member at Large
David Zacharias seconded Elizabeth Hammond’s motion. The motion passed 5-0.

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