Coronado Shores Condominium Association #9
February 21, 2020

A meeting of the Board of Directors of Coronado Shores Condominium Association 89 was called to order by Board President Jon Schiff at 9:00 AM on Friday, February 21, 2020 in the conference room located at 1820 Avenida del Mundo, Coronado California.

Directors Present:
Jon Schiff (President)
Carlos Atri (Vice President Via Telephone) Wayne Miletta (Treasurer)
Therese Abboud (Secretary)
Ken Sigelman (Member at Large)

Others Present:
Rafael Estrada (Association General Manager)
James McCormick (Association Attorney)
12 homeowners

Consent Agenda:
Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the following Consent Agenda was approved:
January 17, 2020 General Meeting Minutes
January 17, 2020 Executive Meeting Minutes
January 31, 2020 Financial Report

Nothing to report.

El Mirador Building Committee Reports:

Architectural Update Tony Abboud:
Unit 607 is not done repladng floor tile.
Unit 703- Plumbing, Electrical and Frame inspection ok. Drywall inspection is next. Unit 1001 installing Jacuzzi in the bathroom.

Landscape Committee Patricia Boer:
L&R will assess campus tree trimming needs individually. The city is concerned about rising water levels, requiring for a well in order to tap water from the lagoon that may be affected in the future.

South Campus updates:
As reported last month, a $10,000 master landscape design plan was approved for the south campus. At the February meeting, we learned the design fee for the main entrance area is to be $10,000 vs. the original estimate of $5,000. After discussion, the committee voted to meet with David Reed for further clarification before moving forward with the master plan.

North Campus updates:
The site plan for Avenida Del Sol that was presented by the Hotel last month is expected to change. All decisions regarding the Hotel Plan are made in New York, not locally. This means that the Shores should anticipate changes and delays within the plan as it was presented to us.

Renovation Group Ann Kennedy:
Designer Mauricio Courtier, consultant Tim Ireland and business design Derrick Massar discussed the steps necessary to get the renovation project started. Tim provided a time line schedule that shows a start date in September if planning were to start this month. Tim works for a company called Expera and he would be working with Mauricio and Derrick.

Audit Committee Ann Kennedy:
Recommendation that EBMC simplify categories in order to make it easier to see funds available. Also recommended to have CPA with QuickBooks Pro and to use Union Bank.

L&R Committee Reports:

L&R Committee Wayne Miletta:

A landscape architect was hired by L&R.
Beach Club Advisory Group Therese Abboud:
Kirk Miller Insurance representative discussed the importance that all vendors carry insurance policies to cover liabilities and workers compensation. Financial report was favorable. Bingo is very popular on Mondays. Super bowl party and Oscar night went very well and people had a lot of fun. Cultural art lecture was scheduled for February 20th. End of life presentation was scheduled for February 27th• Light refreshments will be served. Work is being done in order to
have a fashion show this year. Considering re upholstering the chairs at Beach Club. Next meeting is March 17, 2020.

Community Alliance Group Ann Kennedy:
Coronado Public Art Walking Tour brochures were distributed to homeowners. The brochure shows a bike trail to all the art locations in Coronado.

• Transition between the Paseo del Mar Beachfront Walkway & Beachfront Boardwalk Walkway.
A slide presentation was shown on the Commission’s tentative proposal for a work of public art to be installed on the Avenida del Sol cul-de-sac sidewalk between the Paseo del Mar beachfront walkway that extends around the cul-de-sac and connects to the boardwalk on the beachside of Coronado Shores.

Current city regulations, which would stay in place, prohibit bikes, skateboards, etc., along the boardwalk on the beachside of Coronado Shores, while they are not prohibited on the Paseo del Mar, a much wider walkway than the boardwalk. In order to keep pedestrians safe on the much narrower boardwalk, CAG’s goal is to have a design between the two walkways that would alert the various types of users on the Paseo to the fact that the regulations are different on the boardwalk. Mr. Willis discussed a public work of art by internationally known metal artist, Armos Robinson. The proposed kinetic stainless steel sculpture would be both artistic and have clear signage that would direct wheeled conveyances to the street and the bike paths.

• Del Coronado Hotel Master Plan Town Hall Presentation
Felicia Bell gave updates on the Thursday, January 16, 2020 Town Hall meeting that was coordinated between the Hotel Del and Coronado Shores, held at The Crown Room, Hotel Del. More than 175 attended the event.

Enforcement Committee Claire Conley:
• Lights for vehicle bridges: the project should be completed within the next three months.
• Storm Update: the quickest fix to this problem involves adding a pump station into the line draining into the ocean, and applying pressure to the water being evacuated. The result should be to force the water into the sand blocking the pipe opening.
• Las Palmas drainage: during the recent rains, water entered L&R manager’s office through the exterior door. That door is close to where some of the Las Palmas terrace drain outlets are.
• Seawall Lease: a bid for surveying the property to ascertain the extent of State owned land affected has been received. Others will be sought, along with informal questioning of like properties to find what their lease payments are/will be.
• Seal coating of parts or all of parking lots may be pursued either later this year or next year.
• Election of Chair and Treasurer was held.

Old Business:

AT&T Telephone Service
As of February 18, 2020, AT&T has taken over the telephone account without the involvement of G2 Solutions, which is a third party.

Security Cameras
Motion by Ken Sigelman 2″ by Therese Abboud to have H&H System Integration replace two defective cameras in parking garage. Vote 5-0 in favor, motion passes.

Garage Electrical Outlets
SDG&E electrical vehicle program called Power Your Drive is fully subscribed as of December 2018. Will have to wait until at least August 2020 to apply to the program. Meanwhile, El Mirador has been placed on the waiting list. SDG&E would be placing 5 metered charging stations in the lower garage parking spaces that are currently used for lottery spaces and that have 220V outlets.

Parking Garage Striping
Staff will complete upper garage striping from spaces 84 to 165 this month. Speed bumps and column corner metal guards will also be painted this month.

Other business:

Maintenance Report
We had two emergencies this month. 1) Upper garage gate broke and got stuck open. 2) Elevator cart #1 got stuck on the 4th floor with five people trapped inside. Thyssenkrupp Elevator Company and Fire Department were called. Front desk doorperson was able to help get elevator door open after following the instructions given by the elevator tech. Elevator door was not completely shut and had a small gap that could be seen from the hallway. Elevator doors were pushed together to help close the gap. Elevator resumed normal operation and doors opened. People were rescued. No one was hurt. Elevator cart 41 was put on lockdown until elevator tech comes to inspect it. Spoke to Fire Captain to cancel call and explained what happened. Fire Captain agreed and told me there was no need for them to show up anymore. There were four water leaks since our last meeting. There was a small water leak from an AC unit. No damage reported. There was a very small leak from a living room ceiling. No damage reported. There was a backed up Jacuzzi. It did not overflow. No damages reported. There was a small leak from a refrigerator line. No damages reported. Violations included kids bouncing ball against the wall on the terrace. Also, a surfboard was reported being stored on the balcony and a flag tied up in a different balcony. There were noise complaints regarding construction-remodeling work. There was a complaint regarding loud people outside in front of the lobby at very early hours of the morning. Projects include two security cameras out. AT&T completed wiring into lower lobby electrical room. Replaced batteries and reprogrammed the upper northeast door lock. Replaced FAA red obstruction light in the southwest corner of the roof. All four garage ramps and pedestrian ramp have been painted. Red Hawk came to troubleshoot alarm code in the lobby alarm panel. Upper parking stripes, speed bumps and corner metal column guards from parking spaces 84-165 are being painted. Oil leak detected in Fire Pump 1. Will need to troubleshoot to find out where it is coming from. Upper garage exit gate is broken and stuck open. Annual Fire Sprinkler Inspection coming up in March 2020. Currently getting bids from
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New Business:

Fire Sprinkler Inspection
No discussion. No Action

Fire Pumps and Generator PM Agreement
No discussion. No Action

Lobby Carpet Cleaning
No discussion. No Action

Homeowners Communication
James McCormick answered questions that homeowner had regarding Senate Bill 323 which affect all associations.

Next Meeting: February 21, 2020

They’re being no further business to come before the Board; the meeting was adjourned pursuant to a motion passed unanimously at approximately 11:35 am.

___________________ __________________

Therese Abboud, Secretary Date

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