DEERHAVEN PROPERTY OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION
BLUE LAKE COMMUNITY CENTER
214 W BLUEBONNET ROAD, HORSESHOE BAY, TEXAS 78657
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2023
1. Certification of Quorum
Meeting called to order by Joanne Severn at 9:01 a.m.
Directors present: Joanne Severn, Paul Rossbach, Pam Hutchins, Penny Wimberly,
Albert LaCasse, Gabe Pincelli
Directors not present: David Wuest
2. Review/Approval of December 3, 2022, Board Meeting Minutes
Gabe motioned for approval and Penny seconded. Motion passed unanimously.
3. Llano MUD #1
Ron Smith – The lift station is working well. No complaints.
4. Chairman’s Report
Joanne – Martha Duffin is having to split mass emails in order to send them from her
personal email account. Recommend the POA look into using Mail Chimp or
Constant Contact for mass emailing to property owners. Penny volunteered to help
set up a service.
5. President’s Report
6. Vice President’s Report
7. Treasurer’s Report
Pam presented the Financial Report.
8. Road Commissioner’s Report
9. Architectural Committee Report
David Cotner – Three (3) projects have been submitted to the Board.
Lot 322A project – Designing a metal outbuilding to replace the container.
506 Lakeview – Improvements to bulkhead and boat house.
503 Lakeview – House demolished. New house plans already approved by Board.
288 Mountain Drive – – House is nearing construction completion.
Lot 125A – Outbuilding is nearing construction completion.
Lot 78 – Fawn Ridge – House construction has started.
10. Discuss Restrictions & Covenants violations
No new violations reported.
The revised draft restrictions are being reviewed by the Board and the Architectural
Committee. Next, they will be sent out to the community for a 30-day review.
Joanne proposed that the ballot for the community should include a vote by line
item. Gabe motioned for approval and Paul seconded. Motion passed unanimously.
Paul motioned that $50 be contributed to Tom Burt memorial. Penny seconded.
Motion passed unanimously.
11. Boat Lockup Report
Paul reported that 43 spaces are rented. Eight boat spaces remain. Some jet ski
spaces are available. Paul will coordinate mowing and removal of some trees for the
12. Park Chairman Report
Gabe reported that all new keys operate the tennis court, pool and boar ramp.
About 60 keys have been issued to date. If someone needs a key for an empty lot,
it’s $80/yr. Tennis court lock is in bad shape.
Dale Reed & Marcus Flake’s friend volunteered to weld the gate at the boat ramp.
During the freeze, Paul spotted a leak at the storage barn. It was repaired.
Gabe would like to hand over Park Chairman duties this summer when the board
members change. Pool coping still needs to be done.
David C got an estimate from Tony Sanchez for tennis court repair. It would cost
$550/sf ($30,000) and the work would not be guaranteed due to the lack of rebar in
the existing slab. The idea being looked at now is to use half the court for pickle ball
and the other half for basketball.
13. Long Range Planning Committee Report
Penny presented four options to improve the long-term financial health of
Deerhaven. POA does not have the funds necessary to effectively maintain or
improve our roads, and other assets of our community.
1) Status Quo – Continue to maintain but increase POA’s reserve fund (possibly
2) Transfer Deerhaven WCID to a Municipal Utility District (MUD), to include roads
and waste collection.
3) Incorporate into MUD #1.
4) Incorporate into City of Horseshoe Bay. The Hills and The Trails have been
incorporated into Horseshoe Bay.
14. WCID Report
15. Old Business
Election Committee – Four seats are up for election: Albert, David, Gabe, and Paul.
16. Ratification of Business transacted electronically per Article VI, Section 7 since last
17. New Business
18. Property Owners Forum – No requests.
19. Adjourn – Paul motioned to adjourn and Gabe seconded. Meeting adjourned at 10:02
POA Quarterly POA Meeting Minutes – February 25, 2023
DEERHAVEN PROPERTY OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION