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1 MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF CONDOMINIUM CORPORATION NO.

: 0815307 Chaparral Pointe

CALL TO ORDER Mr. Tom Brett of Unit 1309 called the meeting to order at 7:07 p.m.

CALLING OF ROLL AND CERTIFYING PROXIES: The Secretary reported to the Chairman that a quorum of persons entitled to vote at the meeting appeared to be present by virtue that: 36 Units were represented by the personal appearance thereof 4 Units were represented by proxy A total of 40 Units were represented. Quorum is 29 units.

NOTICE OF MEETING:

The Chairman read the following Notice of the Annual Meeting which he advised had been mailed to each Unit Owner on the 28th day of August, 2012 in compliance with the requirement of and the time specified in the By-Laws of the Corporation:

TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF CONDOMINIUM CORPORATION NO. 0815307 WILL BE HELD AT :

PLACE:

CHAPARRAL POINTE 428 CHAPARRAL RAVINE VIEW SE MAIN FLOOR LOBBY SEPTEMBER 24, 2012 7:00 PM

DATE: HOUR:

The Chairman referred to the Agenda following the Notice and indicated the meeting would be conducted in accordance with the Agenda.

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READING AND DISPOSAL OF MINUTES OF LAST AGM

Moved by Nancy Rand of Unit 202, Seconded by Linda Brett of Unit 1309 that the minutes of the last Annual General Meeting be adopted as circulated.

REPORT OF OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES The difference between this years and last years fees is because of an increase in office stationary and miscellaneous fees.

APPOINTMENT OF AUDITORS

UPON MOTION DULY MADE BY Brenda McKill of Unit 1244 AND SECONDED BY Audrey Cameron of Unit 1138 IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY RESOLVED THAT the appointment of Auditors be left to the discretion of the incoming Board of Directors.

ELECTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Nominations began.

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NOMINEES Sue Bergland On Unit 1324 Nancy Rand of Unit 202 Lorna Robinson of Unit 124 Christine Barnes of Unit 326 Pamela Wade of Unit 114 Phyllis Cooper of Unit 301 Paulette Sadler of Unit 303 Gae Stevenson of Unit 311

NOMINATED BY Standing Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer

UPON MOTION DULY MADE BY Pamela Wade of Unit 114 and seconded by George Van der Loos of Unit 208 IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY RESOLVED THAT NOMINATIONS CEASE.

The Chairman declared the following Owners duly elected to the Board of Directors:

NAME Sue Bergland Nancy Rand Lorna Robinson Christine Barnes Pamela Wade Phyllis Cooper Paulette Sadler Gae Stevenson

UNIT NO. 324 202 124 326 114 301 303 311

-4UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Unit 208: What is the status of the new Bylaw? A: We have half of the responses required. 75% of owners need to agree for it to pass. There was no time line on these Bylaws.

Unit 338: How were the Bylaws derived? A: It began with the previous Board. Macleod and Company wrote the Bylaws based on what the Board advised. It would cost more money to make further changes now.

Unit 208: Some clarification on process please. What prevents the new Board from starting a new resolution? A: The Bylaws can be redrafted by the new Board. 75% of owners would still need to approve before they could be passed.

Unit 202: Discussion on new revised Bylaws is closed? What is required for a new discussion to begin? Can it be a continuing dialogue? A: It can be seen that on the table is a motion, the resolution date is currently open, but a new date can be put on it to help close it.

Unit 104: Can it be separated into sections? It seems as though it was too much at once. A: Operating the building is what changes. To do that may open it up to too many people with too many opinions. Many of the changes were for wording and to take the developer out. Pets were added on owner feedback.

It is noted that the cost for the resolution is a fixed cost.

It is noted that it was mentioned there is a grey area for honorariums that is not in the new Bylaws.

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Unit 124: Why was there no closing date placed on the special resolutions? A: It was felt that there would be more pressure with a closing date. The new Board is to discuss.

NEW BUSINESS/QUESTION PERIOD New home warranty please refer to hand out. The developer wanted $10,000 in exchange for signing off on the work. The work in question could not be completed for that and the Board said no to this. Then $20,000 was offered and the Board stated that they would rather have the work completed, so the offer was turned down. The leaving Board will assist the new Board in dealing with this issue. Tom Brett agreed to remain the liaison for this venture as motioned by Pamela Wade of Unit 114 and seconded by Gae Stevenson of Unit 311.

Unit 338: Have we used any of the reserve fund? A: No.

Projected landscaping costs are hard to predict. There were also extra Trotter and Morton costs than predicted. The pigeon issue was quite a huge project and was not budgeted for.

Unit 208: I believe that BFI should be contacted again. A: Chaparral Lake Community will not give any more money. BFI already gave money to the Chaparral Community. The new Board will discuss.

Unit 104: Why did it cost extra money to fix the air conditioner? A: Anything that is not on the contract is considered an extra cost. Quotes were also obtained. Many of the repairs done were not charged as they were part of the contract.

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ADJOURNMENT

UPON MOTION DULY MADE BY Pamela Wade of Unit 114 AND SECONDED BY George Van der Loos of unit 208 IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY RESOLVED THAT the Meeting be adjourned.

The Meeting was adjourned at 8:12 p.m.

CHAIRMAN

SECRETARY