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Pool 2020

The pool opening is contingent on Washington County being approved for Phase 2 and our Association’s ability to meet all of the County and State requirements. Homeowners should have received a letter or email on June 22 detailing the Board’s discussion on this topic.

If you have not received this notice, contact  AMS.

For information nation on Washington County’s COVID-19 response, see Washington County reopening.

Annual Homeowners’ meeting 2019

UPDATE: 8/13/19  Gerald Amrein and Barb Purdy were unanimously elected to the Board of Directors last night.  

 

The Renaissance at Peterkort Woods Homeowner’s Association Annual Meeting is scheduled for Monday, August 12, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.  Registration will begin at 6:00 p.m.  It is recommended that you attend early to prevent a line at the door.  The meeting will be held at the Peterkort Woods Clubhouse located at 10353 SW Taylor Street, Portland, OR 97225.  

 

It is very important that any Homeowner who will not be able to attend the Annual Meeting complete a proxy and return it to TMG, Association Management Services NW prior to the Annual Meeting. If a quorum is not established, the meeting will need to be rescheduled and additional notices sent, which in turn will cost the Association additional monies. 

WINTER WEDNESDAYS DINNER AT THE CLUBHOUSE

January 10, 6-8pm

Happy New Year…  Let’s Potluck again and share our Christmas stories and laughter!

Bring a dish to share for dinner starting at 6pm

Stay for fun and lots of laughs at 7pm…White Elephant Gift Exchange!

Bring that gift you can’t use or don’t like, or something you have around your house that you were going to goodwill or throw out (the funnier the better)…wrap it up and come exchange it for someone else’s discard.  Let’s get the laughter going for the new year!!

If you would like to support the local homeless, please bring new socks and Elaine will be sure they get to a shelter where folks can get a clean pair.

Questions? Call:

Elaine Kresta 503-750-8679 or

Marilyn Gray 503-936-4608

or fill out a contact form

ANNUAL MEETING 2017

FOR AN UPDATE, SEE:

ANNUAL MEETING 2017

The Annual Homeowners’ Meeting will be held on August 14th at 630pm at our clubhouse, 10353 SW Taylor Street.   All PKW owners are encouraged to attend.

Here is the agenda:

2017 Annual meeting agenda

There are two Board positions that will be voted on.  Ken Cumings’s and Clarence Nesbitt’s terms are expiring.

As of August 2nd, 2017, two homeowners have expressed interest in these positions.

They are Ken Cumings and Steve Gray.

For more information, see:

Ken Cumings Bio

Ken Cumings 2017

2017 Board Application Steve Gray

Steve Gray 2017.jpg

If you have any questions or input regarding the meeting, please fill out the contact form below.

 

Annual Homeowners’ Meeting August 8th, 2016

You should have received an packet mailed to you (email and/or snail mail) for the Annual Homeowners’ Meeting, August 8th at 630pm.  The meeting will be held in our clubhouse.

Here is the agenda:

2016 Peterkort Woods Homeowner Meeting

There are three Board of Director positions up for election.  Currently, the candidates are:

Harriet Linville

Mike Hildenbrand

Robert Phillippi

For candidate bios see:

candidate bios

If you are a homeowner and did not get a packet or have any other questions, please contact TMG or this site immediately.

Disaster Preparedness Planning

Where: At our Clubhouse.

When:  Saturday, January 9th. The meeting will begin at 6:30pm and will last until about 8:30pm.

The entire Peterkort Woods community is invited to attend. A presentation will be made covering the following topics related to disaster preparedness planning, as it affects our Peterkort Woods community.

Topics:

  • Developing a plan for a disaster, talk, plan, and practice
  • Building individual survival kits (go bags), what to include in the kit for days or weeks
  • Vehicle survival kits
  • Transportation
  • First Aid Kits
  • Food supplies
  • Water
  • Sanitation
  • Tools and supplies
  • Financial preparedness
  • Important papers
  • Security

As a community, we also need to know our neighbors and how many people live in each residence to enable rescue personnel to know who might be trapped inside should a disaster strike.  We also need to learn of any special skills/disciplines and expertise represented in our community that would be of great help should a disaster strike and we become isolated from the rest of Portland (e.g. police, firefighters, medical, security, communications, mechanical, electrical, construction, etc.)  It is also important that we know of any disabilities or physical limitations that might put certain community members at risk in an emergency.  To do this, we will be handing out a questionnaire. Completed questionnaires should be forwarded to any HOA board member.  Filling out this questionnaire is voluntary.  Once the information is gathered and compiled the HOA board will publish and disseminate the information to all Peterkort Woods residence owners.

At the meeting, we will have examples of some of the survival items that will be discussed.   Also, upon arrival at the Clubhouse, each person will be given a raffle ticket for a chance to win several door prizes.  Prizes include two survival backpacks each containing food, water, thermal blankets, first aid kits, etc; a windup emergency radio receiver; two LifeStraw water filters, and two sets of thermal blankets.  We will also be serving bottled water and trail mix snacks.

We look forward to seeing you all there on the 9th!

Annual Homeowners’ Meeting August 10th

The Annual Homeowners meeting has been scheduled for August 10th at 600pm in the Clubhouse. Agenda items include: an election for 2 Board positions, a presentation from the HOA’s insurance agent, a Fire Safety presentation, and a 2016 budget preview. The Sheriff of Washington County, Pat Garrett, will will be on hand to give an overview and answer questions about the upcoming Public Safety Levy (Measure 34-236).

Bios for the Board candidates.

KEN CUMINGS BIO

Hear is some information regarding Measure 34-236.

Washington County measure 34-236 LOL

Board Meeting June 8th

The HOA Board of Directors met at the Clubhouse on June 8th, 2015 at 600pm.  Items discussed included: Fire in PKW, delinquency report, door staining, clubhouse security, FOB system, new plants in the landscape, repair work on railings, concrete work, tables at the pool, and the chemical controller for the pool.

Fire: See separate post on this site, “Fire 10192 SW Morrison Street”.

Delinquency report: We have one home in our community where the owner passed away and no estate has been created.  There is a substantial debt owed to the HOA.  There is also a substantial mortgage on the home.  The Board asked our attorneys for direction in this matter.  The Board voted to follow the advice of the attorneys and wait for the lender to initiate foreclosure proceedings and suspend this account for six months (dues will continue to accrue).

Door staining: West Coast Forensics was retained for quality control on the door staining project.  They recommended a higher quality clear coat than was original chosen by the staining contractor.  Depending on the availability of the product, work will start on June 25th or mid July.  Affected owners will be notified by TMG of the exact date and will be given further instructions.

Clubhouse: The Board voted to install a new security camera system in the clubhouse.

The pool and clubhouse FOB system was updated the week of May 18th.  Most of the bugs have been worked out.  Some of the FOBs had to be reprogrammed.  If your FOB does not work on the pool gates, please notify TMG.

Landscaping: The second half of the community will receive new plants beginning on June 11th.

Repair work: There was some work done on a few of our front stair railings.  Some railings have yet to receive a final coat of paint.  The contractor is working to remove any stains on the concrete caused by the work.  In an unrelated work order, a lose rear balcony railing was repaired by the HOA.

Concrete work: There are a few areas in need of concrete work throughout our community.  A bid has been requested from a contractor.  Please notify TMG if you know of any concrete in a common area in need of repair.

Pool furniture: The tables at the pool will be painted starting this week.  Watch for wet paint signs.

Pool: A chemical controller for the pool was installed by Orca.  Our pool is maintained by WetKat.  It appears that the controller may not be operating correctly. The Board approved a plan to correct the problem immediately.

Draft minutes of this meeting should be posted soon on TMG’s site.  The minutes become official when approved by the Board, usually at the next Board Meeting. The next scheduled Board Meeting is July 13th at 600pm.

Board Meeting May 11th

The HOA Board of Directors met at the Clubhouse on May 11th, 2015 at 600pm.  Items discussed included: Compliance issues, late fees, landscape proposals, a chemical controller for the pool, and the pool opening.

ARC:  The Board discussed at length issues regarding compliance and modifications to the exterior of some homes.  There were several violations reported to TMG this past month.  A couple of those home owners with reported violations gave input at the beginning of the Board meeting.  Some of the violations reported recently were: regarding work performed by Renaissance, approved by the Board, or were not in violation.  Some examples include: a keypad near the garage door installed by Renaissance, a flag pole approved by a previous Board, and a doorbell replaced by a home owner five years ago that used the existing holes and screws of the old doorbell.

The HOA is following the compliance policy regarding those homeowners in violation.  The Board urges all homeowners to submit any request to modify the exterior of their homes BEFORE they make the modification.

There are several ways a violation can be reported, including: compliance checks by the Association or reports from a homeowner.  As stated in Administrative Resolution 2010 number 1-Fine Schedule, Enforcement Procedures and Sanctions for non-compliance, “2. Direct resolution preferred: Owners disturbed by a neighbor’s actions, or believing that a neighbor is in a compliance violation with a Peterkort rule or regulation, are encouraged express their concern with the neighbor prior to reporting to the Association.” For the complete document, go to TMG’s Association website, or to the resources page of this site under “HOA rules”.  If you have been sent a violation letter and do not agree with the issue as stated, see section 13 of the above mentioned document for instructions to appeal.

Late Fees:  A request to wave late fees by a homeowner was denied by the Board.

Pool: The pool is scheduled to officially open on Saturday, May 23rd.  A party for the HOA is scheduled the same day at 400pm.  The Board agreed to repaint the pool tables.  This could not be done prior to May 23rd and will most likely be done the week of May 26-29th.  A chemical controller for the pool was installed.  The model purchased by the Association was not available. Orca installed an upgraded model at no additional charge.

Landscaping: The Board approved the proposal to plant the remainder of the community not covered by the Fall plantings.  The Board also approved  proposal to make some needed repairs to our irrigation system.

Draft minutes of the meeting should be posted soon on TMG’s site.  The minutes become official when approved by the Board, usually at the next Board Meeting. The next scheduled Board Meeting is June 8th at 600pm.