Board of Directors Meeting

January 23, 2018 


Present:  Board Members Jim Tupko-President, Wayne Winsley-Vice President, Jane Gregory (via phone)- Treasurer; Travis Hyatt- Scalzo representative; John Quigg- Owner, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Halloran  – Owners.  

Susan Tarallo – owner.  (Absent: Beth Nelson and Adam Gregory) 

Call to Order 

Mr. Tupko called the Meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. 

Proof of Notice of Meeting 

Mr. Tupko said that the Meeting Notice was e-mailed, posted on the webpage, posted outside the Clubhouse and posted in the laundry room. 

Approval of Minutes   

The minutes were reviewed. 

Mr. Tupko made a Motion to approve the Minutes of the November 11, Meeting.  The Motion was seconded by Mr. Winsley. There was no discussion.  The Motion passed unanimously. 


  A: Nominations 

There were no additional interested parties for running on the Board.   

Mr. Tupko made a Motion to keep Beth Nelson on the Board. The Motion was seconded by Mr. Winsley. There was no discussion. The Motion passed unanimously.   

  B. New Budget 

Mr. Tupko made a motion to pass the 2018 budget as presented to the owners. 

The motion was seconded by Mr. Winsley.  There was no discussion, The Motion passed 

unanimously. The Budget was ratified. 

Mr. Tupko made a Motion to add a new item regarding the new Insurance Proposal to the agenda.  The Motion was seconded by Mrs. Gregory.  There was no discussion. The Motion passed unanimously. 

  C. New Insurance Proposal 

The current Insurance Policy expires January 31, 2018.  To stay with CAU Insurance, there will be a 1% increase. Mrs. Gregory agreed to stay with CAU Insurance.     

Mr. Tupko made a Motion to renew the Insurance policy with CAU Insurance. The Motion was seconded by Mr. Winsley. There was no discussion. The Motion passed unanimously 


Ms.Tarallo wanted to know how much the vinyl siding was costing and if the old siding was going 

to be removed or gone over.  Mr. Tupko said that the cost for the two buildings was around 90,000.00 

dollars for both buildings.  Mr. Tupko also indicated that the old clapboard siding would be removed 

and that house wrap and additional half inch insulation would be added under the siding. 

Mr. Quigg expressed concern for the increase that the budget would cost everyone. Mr. Tupko stated 

that prices for services and material were going up for 2018.  The cost of asphalt, labor and material 

for maintenance at Aspetuck were all increasing.  Mr. Tupko also stated that the complex is 30 plus 

years old and that the infrastructure is older and needs attention.  Mr. Tupko also stated that just 

before the meeting he had received a call from Unit 75 who had claimed that they had water in the 


At 7:10 p.m., Mr. Tupko made a Motion to adjourn. The Motion was seconded by Mrs. Gregory. There was no discussion.  The Motion passed unanimously.