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Meetings are on the First Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the North Naples Baptist Church on the corner of Golden Oaks Lane and Oakes Blvd.

 


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Oakes Estates Neighborhood Association
Board Meeting Minutes
Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Call to order/ Determination of Quorum: At 7:02 the meeting was called to order with a quorum present with John Nicola, Terry Iamurri, Tony Palladino, Bob Walker, Russell Williams, Mike Vitte, Jamie Ringhofer, Jim Glase and Jim Rice in attendance. Guests were Coventine Fied from Autumn Oaks, Carol Barkauskas from Golden Oaks, Ron Cheek came because he saw our meeting signs along Oakes Blvd. is from Golden Gate and Gayle Hahe from North Naples Baptist Church.

Approval of Minutes: Jim Rice made a motion to approve the minutes as read. Bob seconded the motion carried.

Treasurer’s report: John reported our bank balance at $3563.81 with 65 contributing members. At a prior meeting we discussed having John check on errors and admissions insurance or one for director’s for the OENA board. He said he would follow up with that.

Old Business:

Stop Sign @ Spanish Oaks/Oakes Blvd. – Survey results after round 3 email blast: It appears most people that responded were in favor of this but the few that did not want a stop sign were vehemently opposed to it. Karl sent a response email from Anthony (Tony) Khawaja whom is the chief engineer of traffic operations he stated that we did not get enough response from our survey’s for county to install them at this time. John made a motion to drop this from the agenda at this time and possibly revisit this when the Standing Oaks PUD is active, Tony seconded the motion and the motion carried.

Naples Garden Shoppes- Update: John said the new name for this project will be Landings at Logan. John reminded everyone that some of the C codes have changed for the project. This project had C-1 through C-4 usage. This stands for classification for intensity of use. The new change in C codes is for more limited usage, mostly C-1 through C-3’s. Tuesday. Dec. 12th, it will be on the counties consent agenda. With this final approval they hope to start breaking ground in January.

Destiny Church Expansion- latest application: Nothing new to report.

Bedding under Oakes Estates Signs: Terry said that source for periwinkle plants have dried up because it is consider a summer annual plant. Winter annuals are now available but not ideally suited. Her suggestion was to wait until spring when periwinkle will be back on shelves and we will then plant the same uniform flowers under each sign. Mike suggested we make this a planting party.

New Business:

Water Main Autumn Oaks: Our guest Coventine Fied inquired what the county was doing with an 8” water main on Autumn Oaks. It appears just maintenance.

FPL Letter- Water line: Jim Rice said he received a letter from FPL Energy Services stating that they are offering coverage for a fee of $3.99 per month if your well service line should fail. It is an optional service homeowners can pick up.

Open Agenda:

North Naples Baptist Church Events: Gayle reported they will again be doing their live drive thru Nativity Scene with Cd listening at Christmas. She reminded all of us that we are welcome to come along with the neighborhood. This will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on the 16th and 17th also on Dec. 17th at 10:30 a.m. they will have guest Trevor Thomas Christmas Presentation. Get more info at Gayle@nnbc.life

Adjournment: John made a motion to adjourn at 7:45 p.m. Jim Rice seconded it and the motion carried.

Our next meeting will Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri

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Oakes Estates Neighborhood Association
Board Meeting Minutes
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Call to order/ Determination of Quorum: At 7:04 the meeting was called to order with a quorum present with Karl Fry, John Nicola, Terry Iamurri, Tony Palladino, Bob Walker, Russell Williams and Mike Vitte in attendance and Gayle Hahe from North Naples Baptist Church.

Approval of Minutes: Tony made a motion to approve the minutes as read. Bob seconded the motion carried.

Treasurer’s report: John reported our bank balance at $3583.77 with 65 contributions. All property owners are automatically members of the OENA.

Old Business:
Stop Sign @ Spanish Oaks/Oakes Blvd. – Survey results after round 3 email blast: Each round was sent to our email list with over 240 valid email addresses. Each round resulted in 15-20 responses. Round 1 was ~70% in favor; rounds 2 and 3 were over 90% in favor of the stop sign. A few residents from the minority were vehemently opposed. Bob made a motion to advise the county after doing our due diligence that the residents that responded were overwhelming in favor of the stop sign, but that the final decision is at the county’s discretion. Mike seconded the motion and the motion carried.

Naples Garden Shoppes- Update: John said the new name for this project will be Landings at Logan. There will be another meeting on the 16th of this month. At the past meeting that John attended Mark Strain said that some of the C codes have changed for the project. This project had C-1 through C-4 usage. This stands for classification for intensity of use. The new change in C codes is for more limited usage. John feels much praise should be given to GL homes, the planning commission and Mark Strain for making this a friendly usage of this parcel of land and the types of business that will be able to occupy it. It should be a benefit to our neighborhood with main traffic impacts on Immokalee Road.

Destiny Church Expansion- latest application: Tony read from a county planning application website they are asking the county to approve the 2003 original conditional usage due to the natural disaster that effected the church that made them move the childcare off site at that time. We believe that to mean the buried organic debris that caused the collapse of the sanctuary floor several years ago, not Irma. Karl will speak to Deputy Director James French with Collier County Growth Management regarding this.

Bedding under Oakes Estates Signs: Terry said that source for periwinkle plants have dried up because it is consider a summer annual plant. Winter annuals are now available but not ideally suited. Her suggestion was to wait until spring when periwinkle will be back on shelves and we will then plant the same uniform flowers under each sign.

Well Water testing: With good intentions we wanted to send this out as an email courtesy to our residents. Unfortunately, as we were all reeling from the personal and professional impacts from Irma ourselves, we did not get it out in a timely manner and this info is no longer timely.

Open Agenda:
North Naples Baptist Church Events: Gayle reported there trunk or treat was met with a wonderful over the top response. They probably had a 150 people come through. Upcoming activities include a Thanksgiving celebration and Anniversary dinner on Sunday, Nov. 19th at 6 p.m. They will again be doing their drive thru Nativity Scene with Cd listening at Christmas. She reminded all of us they welcome men and women both to their Monday morning Zumba class. Get more info at Gayle@nnbc.life

Adjournment: Tony made a motion to adjourn at 8:07 p.m. John seconded it and the motion carried.

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri

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OAKES ESTATES NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, OCT. 3RD, 2017

Call to order/ determination of quorum: Karl Fry, Terry Iamurri, Jim Rice, Mike Vitte, Russell Williams and Tony Palladino. The meeting was called to order at 7:08 p.m. with a quorum, with hostess Gayle Hahe and guest Michelle Bracci.

Approval of minutes: Tony made a motion to approve the Sept. minutes. Jim seconded the motion and the motion carried.

Treasurer’s report: No Report. John Nicola was out of town and could not attend.

Old Business:

Stop Sign @ Spanish Oaks/Oakes Blvd. - Survey Results: The county made it clear that a stop sign was mandated by accident rates and traffic counts & speed as measured, and that our approval is not needed; however, they agreed to wait for us to poll residents before proceeding.

The latest email Blast went out Sunday, Oct. 1st Karl had 17 responses; 1 was not for the stop sign and the other 16 were for it. Karl said he had an initial response in September that was similar. So out of approximately 500 residents and approximately 270 emails we got 30 responses. Michelle Bracci specifically came for this. She was upset this was the first she had heard of it. She was also alarmed that this email blast went to her spam. She opposes the stop sign as is part of a slow encroachment on our lifestyles. The board explained that this corner has had more accidents, including pedestrians, than any other lane. And that Spanish Oaks residents have a very difficult time getting out of there street to get on to Oakes. The board only preceded with this to try to resolve a safety concern for our residents. It was decided that we should check with Chuck Cannaday, our webmaster, to see how many emails went out and possibly read. It was also asked that we resend it yet again with a last chance to respond to this survey in red ink and flag it, to get attention, to see if we will get anymore responses. We will then get back to the county regarding this intersection.

Naples Garden Shoppes: No report- John out of town

Destiny Church Expansion – latest application: Tony spoke with Pastor Greg whom let him know that they acquired the house on the most westerly side of Autumn Oaks Lane as a residence for Pastor Greg. It will be used in the future for an easement/permit for a bridge from Tarpon Bay Blvd. as a new access for the church and to alleviate traffic on Hidden Oakes and Oakes Blvd. in the future.

Bedding under Oakes Estates signs: Terry reported that the sign on Oakes and Autumn Oakes that it has a lot of weeds at this time due to the storm. The surrounding lawn has not been mowed in weeks. Some of the flowers did survive. It was agreed to look at this again next month with hopes that the surrounding area might be picked up. Then we will look to plant the same uniform color of periwinkle at all three signs.

Tree Trimming at Oakes Neighborhood Park: The county responded to a request from Jim Rice and trimmed trees in and around the park. Palms trimmed above the Oakes sign by the park and a large Oak tree removed should allow flowers to grow more easily. Jim Rice noted that the cabbage palms got trimmed before hurricane Irma from a contracted tree trimmer with the county. The parks and recreational maintenance trimmed the very over grown cocoplum hedge opening up the sidewalk access to the park.

Well Water Testing: It was agreed that we should have Chuck send out an email blast with info regarding contaminated wells and let them know that water testing is being done free at the health dept.

New Business:

Drainage down the lanes: It appears most of our streets, especially Spanish Oaks has problems in the middle of the street with water not draining. It is supposed to drain east to west. The consensus was that the county will not come out and change the culverts to align their heights for swale flow. Terry mentioned 15-20 years ago the county came out and dug out the swales on each avenue. That might be the only resolution to this. The board inquired a number of years ago without success so it was decided not to contact the county at this time.

Open agenda:

North Naples Baptist Church events: Gayle let us know that the Fire Dept. at Veteran’s will have trunk or treat on Saturday Oct. 28th from 5-8. North Naples Baptist will have theirs inside in the gym on Sunday, Oct. 29th at 6 p.m. Decorate your car, fun and games in the Gym. NNBC will have a new Youth Relations person starting in January 2018. Contact Gayle Hahe for these and other events and activities at Gayle@nnbc.life

Adjournment: Tony made a motion to adjourn at 8:27 p.m. Jim Rice seconded it and the motion carried.

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri

 

OAKES ESTATES NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 6
TH 2017

Call to Order/Determination of Quorum: Karl Fry, Terry Iamurri, Russel Williams, Tony Paladino and Jim Rice. Hostess Gayle Hahe and Tony Khawaja with Collier County Transportation was in attendance. The meeting was called to order at 7:07 p.m.

Approval of minutes: We did not have a quorum to approve so this meeting was unofficial. Email board votes after the meeting were utilized to move forward on proposed items.

Treasurer’s Report: John Nicola was out of town.

Old Business:

Stop sign @ Spanish Oaks/Oaks Blvd.: Tony Khawaja with Collier County Transportation brought his findings of a traffic study that had been conducted in May of 2017 done at this intersection. Well over 7000 trips are averaged at this intersection daily. 4367 trips were logged Northbound, 2168 were logged Southbound the ones East and West were logged but I did not write down the numbers. Average speed was 42.3 mph. Crashes and accidents that were reported at this intersection were presented. The County said that a 4way stop is warranted but they want our approval to proceed. All five board members in attendance and at least 2 more at the time of these minutes be written are in favor. With this in place it will most likely reduce serious accidents and pedestrian incidents but increase more rear-end collisions (about 5 per year expected). It will be a nosier intersection per Tony Khawaja from CC transportation but not significantly. It should reduce speeds overall but this is unofficial and not justification for a stop sign. Karl will ask Chuck Cannaday to post thePowerPoint from the county that was presented at this meeting on our website. Along with an email blast for residents to weigh in before submitting an official response to the county. SEE PRESENTATION HERE

Naples Garden Shoppes: John Nicola was not available to give us any further updates.

Destiny Church Expansion: Tony reported to his knowledge nothing is new.

Bedding under North Oakes Estates Sign: Terry has volunteered to plant a low flowering plant called periwinkle beneath the sign. It comes in various colors. This will provide color and some contrast for the sign to stand out. This was decide to be a superior option to decorative rocks and will require very little maintenance.

New Business:

Summer Recess July and August meetings: We will reconvene on September 5th. This vote was done via email with the board on Wednesday, June 7th.

Open Agenda:

North Naples Baptist Church Events: Gayle know everyone is invited to an ice cream social the last Sunday in June the 25th at 6:00 p.m. Please contact Gayle for more information Gayle@nnbc.life

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri

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OAKES ESTATES NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, APRIL 4
TH, 2017

Call to order/determination of Quorum: Karl Fry, Hiram Garcia, Bob Walker, John Nicola, Terry Iamurri, Jim Glase, Jim Rice, Russel Williams and Tony Palladino with a quorum present the meeting was called to order at 7:01 p.m. Guests in attendance were Katherine Backus , realtor for Autumn Oaks property, Carol Barkaukas – Golden Oaks, Brad Kovak and Paul Palak from Bur Oaks along with our hostess Gayle Hahe from the church.

Approval of April minutes: Bob made a motion to approve the minutes. John seconded the motion and the motion Carried.

Treasurer’s report: John reported a bank balance of $3335.17 with 53 contributions this year. 2 additional contributions were collected at the meeting for a total of 55 to date.

Old Business:

Naples Garden Shoppes: John has been attending all pertinent meetings regarding this proposed use for the southeast corner of Logan Blvd. and Immokalee Road. John attended a March 6th meeting giving him more information to report to the board. After review of the proposed GMPA Amendment and CPUD John sent a letter approved by the board to Kevin Ratterree with GL homes of our concerns. They had presented a number of prohibited uses in the CPUD, but not within the GMPA amendment. The GMPA amendment seeks to allow all those permitted uses up to and including C-4 district. The C-4 district has a number of intensive uses that we felt were not in line with the type of high end development they are proposing. We suggest eliminating certain SIC Major Groups within both the GMPA &CPUD that did not seem suitable. John reported to the OENA board both GL and the county seemed to agree with stance on this project. There will be another meeting with the County at 9 a.m. on Thursday. John changed his work schedule to attend. John’s professional, courteous and friendly manor in approaching our concerns to be heard. We appreciate that John has taken the initiative to follow this project buffering our neighborhood.

Destiny Church: Every one of the immediate neighbors reported the noise level is better. Jim Glase said the music is still loud for about 1 ½ hours on Sunday but reasonable. It was noted that the basketball hoop got moved.

Asphalt corners of our lanes and Oakes Blvd.: Everyone felt that was represented that they are okay, much better than the lime rock fill of past. Karl reported that Hidden Oaks southeast corner asphalt is very narrow and wavy, not quite equal to the quality of other streets.

New Business:

4 Way Stop: Jim Rice brought up that he and his neighbors would like to see a 4 way stop at Spanish Oaks and Oakes Blvd. or maybe one of the pear shaped medians that are in our future for Oakes Blvd as part of the Standing Oaks PUD’s concessions. After much discussion it was decided we will table this until the beginning of 2018 because by the end of this year the cut through on Immokalee south bound will be eliminated. Hopefully, eliminating more traffic and speeders. Karl emailed Commissioner Saunders immediately after the meeting to identify possible traffic calming solutions. We will see if this improves Spanish Oaks’ residents ease of exiting on to Oakes Blvd.

Fire Evacuation: Jim Rice brought up that his neighbors brought to his attention that it would be nice to see if the board could implement an evacuation alert to Oakes residents in the case of fire or other imminent danger. It was decided this is best left to the professionals. We all get alerts by phone for 911 emergencies. Our 911 service people are trained for this.

Shooting in the Estates: John Nicola brought up that he spoke with Sgt. Neal Bohannon with CCSD regarding this. He said there is a statue on the books allowing target shooting on 1 ½ acres or more. Residents from Golden Oaks have heard shots being fired on many occasions coming from Spanish Oaks. The statute is very difficult to enforce because an officer has to witness it happening and it must be done in a reckless and dangerous manner for it to be considered a crime or issue. If this happens in the future, by all means, residents should call the non-emergency number and report it and an officer will come out. If an injury or accident has occurred, the 911 emergency number should be utilized.

13+ Acres on Autumn Oaks and Oakes Blvd.: Katherine Backus is a realtor was asked by one of the owners Ed White, to attend our meeting. To see if the Oakes Estates Neighborhood Board would consider a condo/townhouse project for this property. She has an interested party that would like to put up approximately 60-70 units on this property. They are proposing to access the property from Valewood. With units being on the outer ring of the property and a water retention pond in the middle. She brought to our attention the reason we might consider this was that often homeowners in the area want to down size but do not want to leave the neighborhood. Karl asked her if she knew what the property was zoned for. It appears it is estates. Also, at the Golden Gate Master Planning meeting that Jim Glase and John Nicola attended, it was indicated as a commercially zoned parcel which was brought to the attention of Mark Strain. He believed this was incorrect, feeling it was estates-zoned and he was going to confirm. John Nicola will follow up with Mark Strain. Karl let her know that the board has discussed this parcel in the past not knowing what might be proposed. The board unanimously agreed that we would like this to be developed like any other home site in the community, one house per 2 ¼ acre site. This parcel is 13+ acres with an asking price of $3 million.

Open Agenda:

North Naples Baptist Church Events: Gayle Hahe let us know the church is having a beautification day this Saturday starting at 8:30 in the morning. They will be planting flowers and mulching. The children are doing good deed an outreach for lent and giving back to the neighborhood they will be washing mailboxes on Golden Oaks Lane on Saturday as well.

Adjournment: Tony made a motion to adjourn at 7:59 pm. Bob seconded the motion and it carried.

Next Meeting Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017.

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri

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OAKES ESTATES NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7
TH, 2017

Call to order/Determination of Quorum: Hiram Garcia, Terry Iamurri, Tony Palladino, Bob Walker, Karl Fry, Jim Rice and John Nicola with a quorum present the meeting was called to order at 7:10. Guest in attendance was former board member, Roland Fondessy and host Gayle Hahe.

Approval of minutes: Bob Walker made a motion to approve the minutes. Jim Rice seconded the motion and the motion carried.

Treasurer’s report: John Nicola reported our new balance of $2544.44 it was discussed that are funds are the lowest we’ve had in many years.

Old Business:

Repairs to our Lanes at Oakes Blvd.: After the board met with Commissioner Saunders and explained that we had originally asked for asphalt to repair the ruts in November and showing pictures of how quickly the ruts are appearing again in the limerock they deposited, the county has sent out a road crew to asphalt the corners of the lanes. At this time they have completed work on English, Bur, Standing, Shady and only the west side of Golden Oaks Lane. The crew appears to have taken a break. If we do not see them back by next month we will inquire when the rest might be done.

1/9 Meeting Report (Commissioner Saunders): The meeting was attended by Karl, Bob, Tony, Jamie and Jim Glase on the board. Commissioner Saunders was there with his assistant, David Lykins, David Wilkison (Department Head) and Nick Casalanguida (Head of Growth Management Division). The discussion topics were the repair to the ruts at the top of the lanes, The Valewood light and the median cut south onto Oakes from Immokalee Rd., The 13 acre parcel clarification in master plan, and the street lamps that needed attention. The report back was the lights have been fixed, the ruts are being addressed, the 13 acre parcel is residential, and the Valewood light will have its own meeting on 1/24.

1/24 Meeting Report - Valewood Intersection: Tony Khawaja from transportation met with Karl, Bob, and John along with Roland and Les Wicker of 1st Congregational Church regarding the light at Valewood and Immokalee Road to see if we could get a protected left arrow out of our neighborhood. We were told No that this would add 15 seconds to the light cycle which cannot afford to take away from the very heavy traffic on Immokalee Road. Our team got to see how the intersections are monitored with cameras and the synchronization of the 15-45 second intervals for the load capacity to allow traffic to flow. The light is working as efficiently as it can and senses when our traffic has all exited. The median cut-through from westbound Immokalee onto southbound Oakes Blvd will be paved over around 2017 year-end. This will free up space for a longer turn lane for eastbound drivers waiting to go north on Valewood.

Destiny Church- Neighbors updates: It was noted that traffic has picked up at the church but the noise has not been a factor.

Destiny Church- Application for revised Conditional Use: There has been no activity since November.

New Commercial Development Just east of Oakes Estates: John Nicola stated he will update us as he has contact with any updates. He will contact GL Homes VP Kevin Ratteree to make sure we are kept in the loop.

New Business:

Annual Meeting: Gayle informed us that instead of using the sanctuary this year they have a room set up for 50 people on the second floor that we could use to hold our annual meeting next month. This would give us a cozier feel and would allow if we chose to offer a beverage and baked good to those who attend. Karl will work on a one page flyer for this year’s mailer. It is crucial that we ask for contributions because we have been depleting funds for the past few years, our large expenses are the mailer and the maintenance of our website, but funds are needed for potential legal defense, maintenance of neighborhood signs, and special projects.

Open Agenda:

Signs need attention: Terry brought up that all the signs are fading but the sign on Ken Carter’s former easement is mildewing and needs the plants cut back hard and the removal of a Brazilian pepper tree that has grown in behind the sign. Terry has offered to do this. Bob Walker offered to meet the new owner and let them know of our intentions.

North Naples Baptist Church Events: Gayle reported that a sweet little old lady in their church thought it would be a nice outreach program to bake cookies and let people drive-through to pick up a dozen for Valentines. She will be doing this on February 13th and 14th from 4:30-6 p.m. The church will be doing a rummage sale on Saturday, February 18th from 7-noon. The funds will be used to by new musical equipment that is ancient in the church. She reported they had a great Super Sunday (Super Bowl) tail gate party with about 160 people in attendance. They had lots of food with pulled pork, hot dogs and hamburgers being served. The church has many ongoing activities you may contact Gayle Hahe at Gayle@nnbc.net

Adjournment: Tony made a motion to adjourn at 8:02 p.m. Bob seconded the motion and the motion carried.

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri

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OAKES ESTATES NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 3RD 2017

Call to order/ Determination of Quorum: Karl Fry, Terry Iamurri, John Nicola, Jaimie Ringhofer, Hiram Garcia, Bob Walker, Jim Glase, Jim Rice, Tony Paladino and Russell Williams with a quorum present the meeting was called to order at 7:03 p.m. Only guest in attendance was former board member Roland Fondessey.

Approval of minutes: Jim Rice made a motion to approve the minutes, Bob seconded it and the motion carried.

Treasurer’s report: John reported our balance is $3094.44. We had a total of 45 member contributions last year in 2016.

Old Business:

Pot holes and road damage to our lanes: Unfortunately, on the lanes where lime rock was placed at the top of the lanes it is starting to wash out and causing riveting again. It was noted that Shady Oaks Lane got asphalt as an enhancement to the top of its lane. It is pristine.

Golden Gate Master Plan Restudy – next steps: There has been no new meeting set as of yet. We do want to ask Mark Strain to recheck the 13 acres on Autumn Oaks and Oaks Blvd. zoning once again.

Confirm agenda for 1/9 meeting with Commissioner Saunders: The meeting time is noon. Karl, Bob, John, Tony, Jim Glase and Jaime all will try to attend. The purpose of the meeting is to familiarize the new commissioner with our association and the challenges our neighborhood faces, and to make sure we have open lines of communication.

Destiny Church - Neighbor Updates: Saturday after Thanksgiving it was very loud. Sunday from 2-6 the basketball made it impossible for Jim Glase and his wife to enjoy the patio by their pool due to the noise. The noise has gotten less frequent; down to three instead of five nights a week.

Destiny Church - Application for revised conditional use: We would like the church to pull a permit for outside usage and events, to hold outside activities as far as possible from property lines next to buffering neighbors, designate areas away from neighbors for activities, no childcare (middle of the neighborhood), install sound barriers- commercial not residential levels, perimeter buffering and an alternative access.

New Commercial Development Just East of Oakes Estates: John Nicola asked to table this until he has more information.

New Business:

OENA Annual Meeting: Ask Chuck to send out an email Blast at least 20 days before the meeting to SAVE THE DATE Tuesday, March 7th, 2017. It was suggested to offset our continual loss of revenue to have a 50/50 Raffle and to ask for donations with our mailer this time. Let them know we would like to have a buffer of funds to have a $5000.00 bank balance.

Open Agenda:

North Naples Baptist Church Events: Gayle let us know they have a recording artist that has joined their staff. They will also be hosting a rummage sale on Saturday, February 18th at 7 until noon. They would be happy to have any of our donations for this event. Please contact Gayle for any information at gayle@nnbc.net

Adjournment: Karl made a motion to adjourn at 7:45 p.m. it was seconded by Jim Rice and the motion carried.
 

Respectfully submitted by Terry Iamurri 

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