Carillon Community Residential Association, Inc.
SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
October 25, 2011
Seminole State College
Oviedo College Center, Room OVF100
2505 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL 32765
Board Members in Attendance: Ken Hofer, Pete Alvarado, Marylee Kraus and
Board Members Absent: Lou Sposato
Committee Member Present: Karl Burgunder
Attorney Present: Brent Spain, Esq. of Theriaque & Spain
Mediator Present: Carlos Alvarez
Pinnacle Staff in Attendance: Danielle Herring, LCAM, Nicole Langhorst, LCAM, and Ashley Christmas, LCAM.
Meeting was called to order at 6:35 PM. Quorum of the board was verified. Meeting was properly noticed.
Ken Hofer introduced the panel of guests and gave a brief summary of where the community currently stands in regard to the Northview Project. Mr. Hofer also explained that the Board would like feedback on the newly developed diagrams with proposed changes. The Board will then hold an additional meeting next week to vote on moving forward with litigation or accepting the proposed settlement.
Mediator Carlos Alvarez addressed the membership and provided some background as to his position in the case. Mr. Alvarez explained that this is a court-ordered mediation and his task is to try to bring both sides together by talking about the issues in order to find a mutual solution.
SLIDE PRESENTATION OF PROPOSED PROJECT
Mr. Alvarez introduced Bill Finfrock and Greg Simpson, who are the architects working on the proposed buildings. Mr. Finfrock and Mr. Simpson presented a potential solution that they hoped would address the Association’s concerns, which includes, but is not limited to, housing locations on both sides of Lockwood Blvd., parking, as well as proximity to houses within Carillon. Mr. Finfrock and Mr. Simpson have now made the West side of Lockwood a one-story retail portion and the East side will contain all housing. Additionally, the community centers will now be included within the housing portion. The housing structure will be constructed of concrete, with non-operable windows and no balconies. With this plan, the buildings would be set back 250 feet further south and have 600 beds (approximately 120 – 160 rooms).
After further review and discussion of the newly proposed plans, Mr. Finfrock and Mr. Simpson were dismissed from the meeting around 8:20 p.m. Discussion was now open to homeowners to address the Board, as well as Mr. Alvarez, with any further questions or concerns they may have.
Several homeowners voiced a variety concerns for the proposed project, which included increased overnight street parking, traffic issues and back-ups, the number of proposed beds, University shuttles, external lighting from the housing as well as the parking garage, noise from the parking garage, safety, foot traffic and proximity of housing to the road.
Board President Ken Hofer closed the meeting by summarizing the proposed changes presented to Carillon. Mr. Hofer thanked the homeowners in attendance who took the time to come out and voice their opinion regarding this important matter.
The Special Membership Meeting of the Carillon Community Residential Association, Inc. was adjourned at 9:55 PM.
Danielle Herring, LCAM
Pinnacle Property Management, LLC