Village Board Meeting: April 18, 2022

Wilde Lake Village Board Meeting Minutes

April 18, 2022, 6:30 p.m

CLOSED SESSION: In accordance with the Maryland Homeowners Association Act, to discuss matters pertaining to employees and personnel.

The meeting was called to order at 6:40 p.m. by Kevin McAliley– Chair. In attendance were Laura Torres – Vice Chair, Tracey Manning, Elizabeth Lopez, Tina Horn, CA Representative, Kristin Shulder, Village Manager. Dale Wasmus, Administrative Assistant was also present taking minutes. 

Approval of Agenda: Ms. Torres made a motion to approve the April 18 agenda. Ms. Manning seconded the motion. All in favor.

Approval of Minutes: Ms. Torres made a motion to approve the April 4 minutes as submitted. Ms. Manning seconded the motion. All in favor. 

Resident Speakout: No residents wanted to speak out.

ORDER OF BUSINESS: FY2023 Budget 

Ms. Shulder stated that there were some last minute adjustments made to the FY2023 draft budget. The group that was going to run the July summer camp sessions pulled out

last week. Lisa Kim was very upset and Ms. Shulder was upset as well but was glad that it was one week before the final budget was approved. This will give us time to think of other options for programming. 

As of May 2022, rental rates will increase by 5%.The Village Managers were informed that Susan Krabbe, CFO, Columbia Association would like to meet with them to discuss FY2022 additional charge share to the Villages. Ms. Horn offered that CA had applied for and received a federal tax credit to compensate for staff pay cuts during the COVID pandemic. 

Ms. Manning asked about the operating expenses of $3,250 for credit card dues. Ms. Shulder explained that almost all of the revenue collected for Wilde Lake comes from credit cards. Different companies charge different fees. Ms. Shulder also mentioned that FY2023 is an audit year. Ms. Manning made a motion to approve the FY2023 final budget. Ms.Torres seconded the motion. All in favor.

Mr. McAliley asked if there were any additional questions, comments or concerns. He stated that he enjoyed working with everyone and that he hopes to see the outgoing board members around town, especially on April 23.

ADJOURNMENT: Ms. Manning made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 6:55 p.m. Ms. Torres seconded the motion. All in favor.