Ponderosa Community Club
Our Mission: The Ponderosa Community Club's mission is to create and maintain a safe and welcoming community which enhances recreational and residential living through active membership participation, visionary leadership, and commitment to sustainability and harmony with the natural environment.

Association Manager


Governing Documents



Ponderosa Community Club Association Manager Report
by Mary Cox
April, 2014

We welcome your suggestions and ideas for improvements. Our major activities are listed below.

Serving Homeowners

  • Responded to homeowner’s calls, emails, and office visits regarding 2014 dues, greenbelt thinning/logging project, clubhouse rentals, weather conditions, water runoff, and requests for local businesses that do yard work.

Roads & Equipment

  • Rented a road sweeper from Wenatchee and swept the paved roads. Cleaned up excess gravel in several intersection areas.
  • Filled potholes.
  • Repaired streets signs – 3 “stop” signs and a “do not enter” sign.
  • Repaired the power steering on the Yukon.
  • Contacted the PUD to remove a sick tree on Saddle. Cleaned up after tree removal.
  • Removed a dead tree on Shetland.

Watershed Committee

  • Provided support to Doug Pendleton, Tom Bartlett, and Bill Whitlow, project leads, for the commercial thinning/logging project which began the end of January.
    • Notified membership of logging plans and status.
    • Reviewed and reported financials to Committee and the Board.
    • Worked with Doug and Tom to locate a property line on Bronco and resolve a dispute.
  • Monitored road conditions and coordinated with Doug so that the logging trucks did not damage Ponderosa roads.
  • Coordinated with Doug on logging near water system components.
  • Received several questions from members about logging and flagging in the greenbelts. Referred them to Doug, Tom, or Bill.
  • Met with Richard Schellhaas to review the repairs need to the upper reservoir road from the loggers.

Water System

  • Repaired the telemetry line to the lower reservoir, which was damaged during the greenbelt thinning project. Operated the wells manually until repair was complete.
  • Met with H2O Diving Solutions to review the repairs needed on the upper and lower water reservoirs. Received a cost estimate.
  • Analyzed the lightning protection recommendations and cost estimates from our engineer. The project is moving ahead.
  • Well #3 Reduced Production – Provided information to our engineers, who are researching the options for removal of iron bacteria. They will present recommendations and cost information.
  • Conducted monthly coliform water quality tests.All tests were satisfactory and were reported to DOH.
  • Turned water off/on in the water vault for homeowners, as needed.

Buildings & Grounds and Swimming Pool

  • Began the process to open the swimming pool. It will be operational and open to members on Memorial Day weekend.
  • Submitted the swimming pool annual operating permit and fees to Chelan County.
  • Completed the repair to the clubhouse beam caused by woodpeckers.
  • Washed the clubhouse windows.
  • Replaced a black plumbing vent on the clubhouse roof which was broken by vandals this winter. Removed all the pine needles from the clubhouse roof.
  • Thatched and raked the ball field and clubhouse park. Raked the playground.
  • Started up the irrigation system for the ball field and park. This involved repairing some of the sprinklers.
  • Fertilized the ball field and park.
  • Serviced and repaired the riding mower. Installed new belts, blades, and bags.
  • Installed a new tetherball and put up the volleyball net.
  • Did a “spring cleaning” of the clubhouse, including washing all the light fixtures, dusting the beams, and replacing furnace filter.
  • Set up the deck furniture.
  • Cleaned the clubhouse for social events.

Financial Management

  • Created and published the March, 2014 Ponderosa financial reports.
  • Reviewed the financial reports with the PCC Board of Trustees Treasurer, Stan Morgan.
  • 2014 Month-end financial transactions and tax payments were completed.

Homeowner Dues

  • Shut off water to two members for non-payment of dues. Resumed water service to one member after payment.

Support to the Board of Directors and Committees

  • Prepared for and attended the Board Meeting on April 5.
  • Updated Vern Little & Daryn Wilbur with operational issues on a regular basis.
  • Provided information to the Board on one real estate issue.
  • Met with our attorney and associates on April 10 regarding the dispute with RH2 Engineering.
  • Worked with Vern Little to review water run-off issues, including plans and procedures. Updated past policies for review at the next board meeting.





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Ponderosa Community Club
21100 Cayuse Leavenworth, WA 98826 secretary@ponderosacommunityclub.org
Washington State, USA

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