SHRA General Meeting Minutes - December 9th, 2020
• Meeting started at 7:35pm on Wednesday, December 9th,
2020, and a quorum was confirmed. President Chris Brownlow
commented on the proposed U-Turn/left turn traffic change
at Sheridan and SW 148 Avenue. A motion was made by Tony
Browne and seconded by Bob Parker opposing the above
modification which would present potential traffic issues. This
motion was approved unanimously.
• Officer Elliot, Salston and Jeff provided police report: 47
citations, enforcement of speeding on Griffin Road as bicycles
are increasing, as well as cars broken into on Old Sheridan Street.
It was further recommended to be careful when shopping. Also
mentioned was the “Drive Slow in the Ranches” campaign.
• Mayor Steve Breitkreuz was pleased with the number of
residents who applied to volunteer on the Town’s Advisory
Boards for this year. He also commented on the issue relating
to noise and the direction needed to mitigate, especially at the
end of the year celebrations. He also talked in depth about the
comprehensive advisory board on their current discussions
to protect our community from developers and suggesting
additional protection measures.
• Council member Jim Albritton commented on starting civic
associations which would include Green Meadows, Rolling
Oaks and/or Country Estates.
• Jason Halberg commented on the timing it takes to repair
potholes. Mayor Breitkreuz then commented on the process/
logistics on how the Town gets the potholes repaired.
• Christine shared who would be on the Nominating Committee
for the upcoming HOA Board Elections in March: Lori Parrish,
Rose Williams, and Bob Parker. She also commented about the
new names added to the plaques.
• Lori Parrish asked the Board, Mayor and Council Members,
who were present, for a new vision opposing commercial
development, except agricultural, and for maintaining our rural
lifestyle. Lori also mentioned that the town residents voted in
support of the 5-0 amendment. Lori further shared some concerns
regarding the recent Council’s appointments to the Advisory
Boards. She stated that the Council should only appoint those
who support our rural lifestyle and represent the respective
views of that Council Member.
• Treasurer reported $24,009.33 in the bank
• Membership 232 members
• Vilma, Jason and Tony will work on QuickBooks options for
membership to be paid online. Christine, Judi and Vilma will
contact advertisers for renewals.
• Lori will help with the list of new owners in the Sunshine
Ranches boundaries to have the membership list updated.
• Meeting adjourned at 9 o’clock.