HCA BOD meeting March 14


The Board of Directors of the Huntwick Civic Association will hold its next regular monthly meeting on Thursday, March 14, 2019, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Huntwick Recreation Facility, 5300 Coral Gables. The meeting date was moved from the normal Tuesday to Thursday for this meeting only to ensure that a quorum of the directors could be achieved and allow business to be conducted.

An agenda for the meeting is below.

Huntwick Civic Association, Inc.
Regular Board Meeting
Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm
HRF Club House, 5300 Coral Gables Dr.


  1. Registration of Owners in attendance.
  2. Call Meeting to Order; Meeting moved two days from Tues., March 12 to ensure a Quorum. Determination of a Quorum.
  3. Adopt the Agenda.
  4. Create a committee to evaluate traffic and crime in Huntwick, and consider economical options to reduce both. Set date to appoint committee members, date for first committee report, and approve scope of committee’s topics to consider. Collect name, address, telephone number and email address of potential candidates for committee at meeting and after April 1 Herald article.
  5. Discuss creating a committee to improve board communications to the owners, and keep the owners involved.
  6. Approve Minutes from prior meeting.
  7. Treasurer’s Report: Jeff Handojo; update banking authority to remove Joel Moore and add John Davidson (along with previously authorized Cheston Cooper and Jeff Handojo).
  8. Committee Reports
    a. Deed Restrictions: Van English
    b. ACC: Van English
    c. Beautification: Laura Holder
    d. Inter-Community Relations: Cheston Cooper
    e. Maintenance: Bevin Plybon
    f. Membership and Activities: Wanda Baker. Determine frequency of gatherings for new residents and other events.
    g. Security Coordinator: Kenneth Smith
    h. Security Director: Board to appoint a director to complete unexpired term.
    i. Website Director: Felipe Neto: discuss Webmail uses.
    j. Secretary: Maribeth Sklenka
  9. President and Billing Agent Report: John Davidson; Jay Barcello: report on collections of annual maintenance fee and resident service fee. Request job description for each director.
  10. New Business.
  11. Owners forum (5 min. time limit/person).
  12. Adjourn into Executive Session, if needed for any topic below:
    a. Legal Matters, including pending or threatened litigation, and communications with outside counsel
    b. Pending ACC Issues
    c. Personnel Issues
    d. Contract negotiations
    e. Enforcement actions
    f. Privacy issues of individual owners
    g. Confidential matters at request of any owner and with agreement of board
  13. Reconvene Open Session from Executive Session; Summarize topics discussed in Executive Session and any expenditure approved.
  14. Notice of Next Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 9 at 7:30 pm at HRF.
  15. Adjourn.

If you have any questions, please contact any of the directors by clicking on the “Contact Us” link below.


Huntwick Civic Association
Board of Directors


Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.

at the HRF Club House

The Huntwick Civic Association is holding their Annual Meeting on Wednesday, February 20th, at 7:30 PM in the Huntwick Recreational Facility. Huntwick Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.

There will be pizza and soft drinks served before the meeting (at 6:45 pm). Please bring your neighbors, and find out what is happening in Huntwick!

If you have questions, please contact any of your Board Members by clicking the link below.


Registration of Members and Guests

  1. 6:45 Pizza and soft drinks
  2. 7:30 Call to order
  3. Minutes / Secretary’s Report
  4. President’s Report
  5. Treasurer’s Report
  6. Committee Reports:
    a. Deed Restrictions
    b. Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
    c. Beautification
    d. Inter-Community Relations
    e. Maintenance
    f. Membership and Activities
    g. Security Coordinator
    h. Security Director
    i. Web Director
  7. New Business
    a. Voting on Budget and Board Members
    I. Candidates introduction
  8. Old Business
    a. Establishment of Strategic Planning Subcommittee to explore options for abating traffic and enhancing security and property values.
    I. Candidates needed.
  9. Open Discussion
    a. Limit to one or two minutes per speaker, depending on attendance.
  10. Adjournment
  11. Board convenes in the Parlor to elect and/or appoint officers.


Huntwick Civic Association
Board of Directors

February HCA Meeting

The Board of Directors of the Huntwick Civic Association will hold its next regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Huntwick Recreation Facility, 5300 Coral Gables.  
Once this meeting has been called to order, we will immediately enter executive session to accommodate a closed hearing requested by a Huntwick homeowner.  
The regular business portion of the meeting will begin after the hearing at approximately 8:00 p.m.  A second executive session will be held following regular business.  
Please note this change to our typical agenda and plan your attendance accordingly.

Board of Directors Huntwick Civic Association

Huntwick Special Called Meeting Follow Up

Dear Neighbors,

Thank you for attending the Huntwick Special Meeting held on January 31, 2019, if you were able to do so.
We received a good number of questions and feedback with diverse points of view.

The PowerPoint presentation used during the meeting requires formatting and layout adjustment, and we will make it available for downloading as well as hard copies as soon as possible.

Neighbors, your patience is very much appreciated.

Thank you!

Luis Felipe Neto
Web Director
Huntwick Civic Association

Huntwick Special Called Meeting

Huntwick Special Called Meeting
Thursday, January 31, 2019, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Champion Forest Baptist Church Multipurpose Building
(just off Strack Road behind the main building)
15555 Stuebner Airline Road
Houston, Texas 77069


  • Registration
  • Welcome Remarks by Joel Moore, President, Huntwick Civic Association
  • Presentation of Options for Privatizing Huntwick by Barbara Hodge, Huntwick Resident
  • Questions and Answers, Moderated and Timed
  • Next Steps and Closing Remarks by Joel Moore

Dear Neighbors,

Thank you for taking time from your busy schedule to participate in this neighborhood event. In anticipation of a large and interested turnout, we want to be clear about a few things:

  • This is a presentation. It is not a debate.
    Its purpose is to present to the Huntwick public a proposed set of options to enhance the security, privacy, and value of Huntwick.
  • No votes will be taken on this issue at this meeting.

We also anticipate many questions, and we want to be able to entertain and answer them. Therefore, we are offering three ways to allow your voice to be heard:

  1. Questions in advance: You can check and submit online at https://huntwickforest.com/gating-questions-and-answers/ or via e-mail to webdirector@huntwickforest.com. These will be scanned to alleviate repetition. You are welcome to remain anonymous or reveal your name; please indicate your preference when you submit your questions. Please make sure that your questions are relevant, clear, concise, and civil. Questions that do not meet these criteria will be deleted. Questions might be edited for clarity, brevity, and tone.
  2. Questions on site at the presentation: Please bring paper and writing instrument with you to the meeting and please hold all questions until the end of the presentation. If you wish to remain anonymous, don’t write your name on your paper. If you wish to be attributed, please add your name. These written questions will be collected by board members, then scanned for repeats while the advance questions are being read and answered. Once the scanning is complete, the moderator will read the newly submitted questions and they will be answered.
  3. Following this “formal” part of the Q&A, if you have remaining questions that have not been addressed, please raise your hand and a microphone will be brought to you. Please state your name. You are limited to two minutes.

And now, before I close, I want you to know that:

  • We want to hear you, and we also want to hear everyone else who has something to ask as well; so please do not speak while someone else is speaking. This interferes with everyone’s ability to hear and is disrespectful to the designated speaker.
  • A document of the Q&As will be created and made available to all Huntwick residents upon request, as will a printed version of the presentation.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you Thursday night!

Joel Moore
Huntwick Civic Association