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MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Minutes of the Committee Meeting for the Body Corporate Of Magic Mountain Apartments – Community Titles Scheme 16977, held next to the Gymnasium in the Magic Mountain Meeting Room, Great Hall Drive, Nobbys Beach on Wednesday 13th April, 2016 at 6:00 pm. COMMITTEE MEMBERS PRESENT: Chairperson: Secretary: Treasurer: Ordinary Committee: Charmagne Louise Oakey Allan Layton (Via Conference Call) Kirk Drinan Mark Henesey-Smith and Alan Pritchard ON SITE MANAGER: Jurie Bender representing Magic Mountain Apartments BODY CORPORATE MANAGER: Corinne Swan representing Focus Community Management Pty Ltd ATTENDANCE RECORD: Barry Shipham, Unit 38 Lot 39 APOLOGIES: Howard Tipson Craig Potter Chris Chastre of Focus Community Management Pty Ltd ADMITTANCE OF PROXIES: Howard Tipson to Charmagne Oakey QUORUM: The Chairperson noted that a quorum was represented and declared the meeting open at 6:00pm. Matters Discussed and Resolved by the Committee 1. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES It was RESOLVED that the minutes of the Committee Meeting held on Wednesday 20th January, 2016 and the Voted on Outside Committee Meeting held on 23rd of March, 2016 be confirmed and signed as a true and correct records of the resolutions of the meetings. Committee Members FOR 6 Against 0 Abstain 0 2. REPORT FROM RESIDENT MANAGER The Resident Manager (RM) tabled his report at the Committee Meeting and the following items were discussed in further detail; Fire Management – Advance Fire commenced upgrading the fire detection and alarm systems for all of the Magic Mountain complex. Stairwell Painting – The painting of stairwells are to continue this year, however the RM noted that the contractor is yet to come back onsite to commence works. Committee queried if there were any other recommended contractors that could complete the stairwells now rather than later, as some stairwells are in need of urgent attention. Garden – Second stage expenditure has been approved and the rejuvenation of the gardens are to be completed in due course. Committee members however expressed their concerns in regards to certain plants that had been removed which were initially agreed upon to stay in their locations. Termite Protection – It was noted that an inspection has recently been completed. At this time there are no termites present. Further the inspection report has been obtained by the Resident Manager. 1
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MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Carpark Lighting – The RM noted that the 30 LED lights in the carpark have been installed. The RM is happy with the scope of works as the lights in question look brighter. As per previous meetings the RM expressed that replacing of the florescent globes with LED lights would be more beneficial as they are longer lasting and will provide a saving in the electricity consumption. Security Camera’s – 16 security cameras have now been installed. The RM advised the Committee that he is satisfied with the works that have been conducted. Further noting that the old cameras are to be kept in the basement for security purposes in the carpark. Pebble Create Entrance – The manhole has now been covered and therefore the ‘Pebblecrete’ is finally complete. The RM noted that two (2) large pot plants have been placed in this area to deter occupiers/visitors from parking in this area. The Committee noted that the area, especially near the steps, needs to be pressure cleaned as there is discolouration present. Jurie advised that this area is pressure cleaned frequently. Locality Planning Energy – The electricity supply switch of bulk electricity was completed on 31st March, 2016. Air Conditioner – This matter is still outstanding. To be discussed at the next Committee Meeting. Damaged Driveway Wall – It was noted that a letter has been sent to the Occupier’s insurance company on the 30th March, 2016. The Body Corporate is still awaiting a response. Re-Tiling of the Infinity Pool - It was noted that the RM has obtained three (3) quotations for the re-tiling of the infinity pool. The quotations are outlined below; 1. Senus Building Group has quoted $108,000.00 (Incl GST) 2. Integrity $89,000.00 (Incl GST) 3. Teccom $92,000.00 (Incl GST) The scope of works involve the pool being initially drained, the water leak be attended to and for the retiling of the pool to commence. Noted by the RM that the re-tiling will be from the first landing of the stairs and will come down to the area outside the gym and meeting room. However, the above quotations are not like for like and need to be addressed. Magic Mountain Apartments One and Two endeavour for the infinity pool to be retiled mid year 2016, providing that all quotations obtained are the same scope of works. In order for these works and costs to be approved, both Body Corporates will need to hold a General Meeting. The proposed date is to be confirmed. Illuminated Signage – To be addressed at the upcoming joint meeting. 3. CORRESPONDENCE The Body Corporate Manager (BCM) tabled the Correspondence List at the Committee Meeting. All inward and outward correspondence was noted by the Committee. - Request to Install a Wooden Deck (Lot 45) The Owner of Lot 45 has requested to install a wooden deck to the external lower patio of their property. Some members of the Committee expressed their concerns in setting a precedent for applying such decking as this in turn would change the uniformity of the scheme. It was noted however that Lot 53 has previously installed a wooden deck 7 or 8 years ago without the prior approval of the Body Corporate. As this discussion was held, the onsite manager advised the Committee that he has sympathy on this issue as the Body Corporate has been having problems with water on the lower unit patios for many years. When it rains the drains cannot cope with the run-off and therefore the patios fill up with water making them unusable. Sometimes it takes a day or 2 for the water to disappear. Each of the lower patios have three (3) small drain pipes that are supposed to let water flow into the creek bed but unfortunately it is the other way around during a heavy downpour. As the Owner who had requested this installation was present at the meeting, the Committee requested for her to leave the room so that the Committee could have an open and frank discussion about the request. During this time the request was discussed at length. It was RESOLVED to approve the request from Lot 45, to install a wooden deck on the proviso that the deck is of the same match to existing colour scheme of the Body Corporate. It was further RESOLVED that pre-approval of such decking by the Committee is to be a case-by-case basis, and that the Owner of Lot 45 cannot re-paint or alter the timber without the pre-approval of the Committee. It is further advised that, as a result of this request being approved, an alteration is to be made to the original structure. Therefore the responsibility for the drainage and any 2
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Carpark Lighting     The RM noted that the 30 LED lights in the carpark have been inst...
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 future issues with the deck now lies with the Owner to fix, maintain and repair. For the BCM to write to the Owner and advise of this approval. Committee Members FOR 3 Against 1 Abstain 0 Action: Body Corporate Manager Allan Layton left the meeting at 7:31pm (Via Conference Call). 4. FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR TO 31ST MARCH, 2016 The Committee RESOLVED to accept the tabled ‘Statements of Assets and Liabilities’ and ‘Statement of Income and Expenditure’ for the period 1st May, 2015 to 31th March, 2016 as prepared by Focus Community Management Pty Ltd. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 5. OWNERS ARREARS REPORT The Body Corporate Manager (BCM) tabled the Owners Arrears Report at the Committee Meeting. The Committee noted the arrears report and RESOLVED for the BCM to correspond to the Owners who are in arrears in their Body Corporate Contributions. The Committee further RESOLVED that if payments are not received or payment plans are not adhered to that the Body Corporate will engage Strata Legal Queensland to recover outstanding Body Corporate levies. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 Action: Body Corporate Manager 6. TERM DEPOSIT Investment Institution Invest 1 Macquarie Bank Invest 2 Macquarie Bank Account No. 291134393 250641172 YTD Balance $108,389.76 $117,318.06 Maturity Date 22/09/2016 30/05/2016 Term 6 months 6 months Rate PA 2.80% 2.85% The term deposits were noted by the Committee. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 7. WORK HEALTH & SAFETY REPORT It was RESOLVED to remove this item from future agendas. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 8. FIRE MANAGEMENT a) REPLACEMENT OF HEAT DETECTORS See manager’s report. 9. BULK ELECTRICITY PURCHASE a) REVIEW OF ELECTRICITY COSTS See manager’s report. 10. MAGIC MOUNTAIN JOINT MEETING Joint Meeting is to be held on 3rd of May, 2016 at 6.00pm. It was noted at the meeting that the Committee requests for FOCUS to be present. 11. MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES a) Unapproved Blind – Lot 61 It was RESOLVED to remove this item from future agendas. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 3
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NOTES- About this appartment

 

Body Corp is paid up to date.

Rates are paid up to date.

Two car parking.

Two bedrooms - Main with walk-in robe and the other a large double slider robe.

Two bathrooms - En-suite with bath, seperate shower. vitafied china toilet suite and a large vanity.

Main bathroom- Shower, vanity, vitrafied china toilet suite with hidden cisten. Plus laundry- ( near new ) washing machine, clothes dryer and the large hotwater system is hidden inside the unit.

 

Huge well appointed kitchen which is equiped with all the items needed for holiday or semi permanet let.  Stainless Steel- oven, ceran cook-top and dishwasher.

 

Walk to the beautiful trendy- Nobby Beach resturant precint.  Bus service along the Gold Coast link road is within a small stroll of approximatly 3 minutes. 

 

The Nobby Beach Surf Club is also only 5 minutes walk.

 

This Appartment is within 5 minutes drive to the Trams.

Excellent location for the Commonwealth Games.  Plus this favourite holiday destination for families and many interstate holiday makers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Minutes of the Committee Meeting for the Body Corporate Of Magic Mountain Apartments – Community Titles Scheme 16977, held next to the Gymnasium in the Magic Mountain Meeting Room, Great Hall Drive, Nobbys Beach on Wednesday 13th April, 2016 at 6:00 pm. COMMITTEE MEMBERS PRESENT: Chairperson: Secretary: Treasurer: Ordinary Committee: Charmagne Louise Oakey Allan Layton (Via Conference Call) Kirk Drinan Mark Henesey-Smith and Alan Pritchard ON SITE MANAGER: Jurie Bender representing Magic Mountain Apartments BODY CORPORATE MANAGER: Corinne Swan representing Focus Community Management Pty Ltd ATTENDANCE RECORD: Barry Shipham, Unit 38 Lot 39 APOLOGIES: Howard Tipson Craig Potter Chris Chastre of Focus Community Management Pty Ltd ADMITTANCE OF PROXIES: Howard Tipson to Charmagne Oakey QUORUM: The Chairperson noted that a quorum was represented and declared the meeting open at 6:00pm. Matters Discussed and Resolved by the Committee 1. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES It was RESOLVED that the minutes of the Committee Meeting held on Wednesday 20th January, 2016 and the Voted on Outside Committee Meeting held on 23rd of March, 2016 be confirmed and signed as a true and correct records of the resolutions of the meetings. Committee Members FOR 6 Against 0 Abstain 0 2. REPORT FROM RESIDENT MANAGER The Resident Manager (RM) tabled his report at the Committee Meeting and the following items were discussed in further detail; Fire Management – Advance Fire commenced upgrading the fire detection and alarm systems for all of the Magic Mountain complex. Stairwell Painting – The painting of stairwells are to continue this year, however the RM noted that the contractor is yet to come back onsite to commence works. Committee queried if there were any other recommended contractors that could complete the stairwells now rather than later, as some stairwells are in need of urgent attention. Garden – Second stage expenditure has been approved and the rejuvenation of the gardens are to be completed in due course. Committee members however expressed their concerns in regards to certain plants that had been removed which were initially agreed upon to stay in their locations. Termite Protection – It was noted that an inspection has recently been completed. At this time there are no termites present. Further the inspection report has been obtained by the Resident Manager. 1
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MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Minutes of the Committee Meeting for the Body Corporate Of Magic Mountain Apartments – Community Titles Scheme 16977, held next to the Gymnasium in the Magic Mountain Meeting Room, Great Hall Drive, Nobbys Beach on Wednesday 13th April, 2016 at 6:00 pm. COMMITTEE MEMBERS PRESENT: Chairperson: Secretary: Treasurer: Ordinary Committee: Charmagne Louise Oakey Allan Layton (Via Conference Call) Kirk Drinan Mark Henesey-Smith and Alan Pritchard ON SITE MANAGER: Jurie Bender representing Magic Mountain Apartments BODY CORPORATE MANAGER: Corinne Swan representing Focus Community Management Pty Ltd ATTENDANCE RECORD: Barry Shipham, Unit 38 Lot 39 APOLOGIES: Howard Tipson Craig Potter Chris Chastre of Focus Community Management Pty Ltd ADMITTANCE OF PROXIES: Howard Tipson to Charmagne Oakey QUORUM: The Chairperson noted that a quorum was represented and declared the meeting open at 6:00pm. Matters Discussed and Resolved by the Committee 1. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES It was RESOLVED that the minutes of the Committee Meeting held on Wednesday 20th January, 2016 and the Voted on Outside Committee Meeting held on 23rd of March, 2016 be confirmed and signed as a true and correct records of the resolutions of the meetings. Committee Members FOR 6 Against 0 Abstain 0 2. REPORT FROM RESIDENT MANAGER The Resident Manager (RM) tabled his report at the Committee Meeting and the following items were discussed in further detail; Fire Management – Advance Fire commenced upgrading the fire detection and alarm systems for all of the Magic Mountain complex. Stairwell Painting – The painting of stairwells are to continue this year, however the RM noted that the contractor is yet to come back onsite to commence works. Committee queried if there were any other recommended contractors that could complete the stairwells now rather than later, as some stairwells are in need of urgent attention. Garden – Second stage expenditure has been approved and the rejuvenation of the gardens are to be completed in due course. Committee members however expressed their concerns in regards to certain plants that had been removed which were initially agreed upon to stay in their locations. Termite Protection – It was noted that an inspection has recently been completed. At this time there are no termites present. Further the inspection report has been obtained by the Resident Manager. 1
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977  Minutes of the Committee Meeting for the Body Corporate Of Magic Mountain Apartments ...
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Carpark Lighting – The RM noted that the 30 LED lights in the carpark have been installed. The RM is happy with the scope of works as the lights in question look brighter. As per previous meetings the RM expressed that replacing of the florescent globes with LED lights would be more beneficial as they are longer lasting and will provide a saving in the electricity consumption. Security Camera’s – 16 security cameras have now been installed. The RM advised the Committee that he is satisfied with the works that have been conducted. Further noting that the old cameras are to be kept in the basement for security purposes in the carpark. Pebble Create Entrance – The manhole has now been covered and therefore the ‘Pebblecrete’ is finally complete. The RM noted that two (2) large pot plants have been placed in this area to deter occupiers/visitors from parking in this area. The Committee noted that the area, especially near the steps, needs to be pressure cleaned as there is discolouration present. Jurie advised that this area is pressure cleaned frequently. Locality Planning Energy – The electricity supply switch of bulk electricity was completed on 31st March, 2016. Air Conditioner – This matter is still outstanding. To be discussed at the next Committee Meeting. Damaged Driveway Wall – It was noted that a letter has been sent to the Occupier’s insurance company on the 30th March, 2016. The Body Corporate is still awaiting a response. Re-Tiling of the Infinity Pool - It was noted that the RM has obtained three (3) quotations for the re-tiling of the infinity pool. The quotations are outlined below; 1. Senus Building Group has quoted $108,000.00 (Incl GST) 2. Integrity $89,000.00 (Incl GST) 3. Teccom $92,000.00 (Incl GST) The scope of works involve the pool being initially drained, the water leak be attended to and for the retiling of the pool to commence. Noted by the RM that the re-tiling will be from the first landing of the stairs and will come down to the area outside the gym and meeting room. However, the above quotations are not like for like and need to be addressed. Magic Mountain Apartments One and Two endeavour for the infinity pool to be retiled mid year 2016, providing that all quotations obtained are the same scope of works. In order for these works and costs to be approved, both Body Corporates will need to hold a General Meeting. The proposed date is to be confirmed. Illuminated Signage – To be addressed at the upcoming joint meeting. 3. CORRESPONDENCE The Body Corporate Manager (BCM) tabled the Correspondence List at the Committee Meeting. All inward and outward correspondence was noted by the Committee. - Request to Install a Wooden Deck (Lot 45) The Owner of Lot 45 has requested to install a wooden deck to the external lower patio of their property. Some members of the Committee expressed their concerns in setting a precedent for applying such decking as this in turn would change the uniformity of the scheme. It was noted however that Lot 53 has previously installed a wooden deck 7 or 8 years ago without the prior approval of the Body Corporate. As this discussion was held, the onsite manager advised the Committee that he has sympathy on this issue as the Body Corporate has been having problems with water on the lower unit patios for many years. When it rains the drains cannot cope with the run-off and therefore the patios fill up with water making them unusable. Sometimes it takes a day or 2 for the water to disappear. Each of the lower patios have three (3) small drain pipes that are supposed to let water flow into the creek bed but unfortunately it is the other way around during a heavy downpour. As the Owner who had requested this installation was present at the meeting, the Committee requested for her to leave the room so that the Committee could have an open and frank discussion about the request. During this time the request was discussed at length. It was RESOLVED to approve the request from Lot 45, to install a wooden deck on the proviso that the deck is of the same match to existing colour scheme of the Body Corporate. It was further RESOLVED that pre-approval of such decking by the Committee is to be a case-by-case basis, and that the Owner of Lot 45 cannot re-paint or alter the timber without the pre-approval of the Committee. It is further advised that, as a result of this request being approved, an alteration is to be made to the original structure. Therefore the responsibility for the drainage and any 2
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 Carpark Lighting     The RM noted that the 30 LED lights in the carpark have been inst...
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 future issues with the deck now lies with the Owner to fix, maintain and repair. For the BCM to write to the Owner and advise of this approval. Committee Members FOR 3 Against 1 Abstain 0 Action: Body Corporate Manager Allan Layton left the meeting at 7:31pm (Via Conference Call). 4. FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR TO 31ST MARCH, 2016 The Committee RESOLVED to accept the tabled ‘Statements of Assets and Liabilities’ and ‘Statement of Income and Expenditure’ for the period 1st May, 2015 to 31th March, 2016 as prepared by Focus Community Management Pty Ltd. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 5. OWNERS ARREARS REPORT The Body Corporate Manager (BCM) tabled the Owners Arrears Report at the Committee Meeting. The Committee noted the arrears report and RESOLVED for the BCM to correspond to the Owners who are in arrears in their Body Corporate Contributions. The Committee further RESOLVED that if payments are not received or payment plans are not adhered to that the Body Corporate will engage Strata Legal Queensland to recover outstanding Body Corporate levies. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 Action: Body Corporate Manager 6. TERM DEPOSIT Investment Institution Invest 1 Macquarie Bank Invest 2 Macquarie Bank Account No. 291134393 250641172 YTD Balance $108,389.76 $117,318.06 Maturity Date 22/09/2016 30/05/2016 Term 6 months 6 months Rate PA 2.80% 2.85% The term deposits were noted by the Committee. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 7. WORK HEALTH & SAFETY REPORT It was RESOLVED to remove this item from future agendas. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 8. FIRE MANAGEMENT a) REPLACEMENT OF HEAT DETECTORS See manager’s report. 9. BULK ELECTRICITY PURCHASE a) REVIEW OF ELECTRICITY COSTS See manager’s report. 10. MAGIC MOUNTAIN JOINT MEETING Joint Meeting is to be held on 3rd of May, 2016 at 6.00pm. It was noted at the meeting that the Committee requests for FOCUS to be present. 11. MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES a) Unapproved Blind – Lot 61 It was RESOLVED to remove this item from future agendas. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 3
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 future issues with the deck now lies with the Owner to fix, maintain and repair. For t...
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 12. NEW MATTERS ARISING a) Accumulation of Personal Rubbish in Basement The Chairperson noted that there is an unsightly accumulation of personal rubbish in the basement. The Body Corporate would like to make reference from schedule C of the Body Corporate by laws; 13.0 Garbage disposal 13.1 Unless the body corporate provides some other way of garbage disposal, the occupier of a lot must keep a receptacle for garbage in a clean and dry condition and adequately covered on the lot, or on a part of the common property designated by the body corporate for that purpose. 13.2 The Occupier of a lot must:(a) comply with all local government laws about disposal of garbage; and (b) ensure that the occupier does not, in disposing of garbage, adversely affect the health, hygiene or comfort of the occupiers of other lots. b) Keys to Stairwells – It was noted that the current expense incurred by Owners for the replacement of keys to the stairwell and front doors is unreasonable. As the key mechanism is unconventional with having two (2) separate keys to open both the front stairwell door and the unit door. If Owners were to lose a key for either of these doors, the locksmith would charge the Owner for the replacement of two keys rather than one. Owner present advised that 50% of this replacement cost should be borne by both the Body Corporate and the Owner as one key cannot be replaced without changing the other. The RM noted that he is currently looking at options to replace the lock mechanisms with a fob system. It was RESOLVED that Owners should not be disadvantaged in the replacement of keys and that the purchase of keys should be the same total cost per units. It was further RESOLVED that the Body Corporate is to wear half of the cost of replacing such key. Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 13. NEXT MEETING DATE AND TIME Budget Committee Meeting (BCM) to be held on Wednesday 18th May, 2016 6.00pm Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Wednesday 13th July, 2016 6.00pm CLOSURE There being no further business to discuss, the Chairperson declared the meeting closed at 8:06pm. Signed as a True and correct record of the Committee Meeting Chairperson …………………………………………… Date………………………………… 4
MAGIC MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS CTS 16977 12. NEW MATTERS ARISING a  Accumulation of Personal Rubbish in Basement The Chairperso...
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Minutes of the Committee Meeting for the Body Corporate
Of Magic Mountain Apartments Community Titles Scheme 16977,
held next to the Gymnasium in the Magic Mountain Meeting Room,
Great Hall Drive, Nobbys Beach on Wednesday 13
th
April, 2016 at 6:00 pm.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS PRESENT:
Chairperson: Charmagne Louise Oakey
Secretary: Allan Layton (Via Conference Call)
Treasurer: Kirk Drinan
Ordinary Committee: Mark Henesey-Smith and Alan Pritchard
ON SITE MANAGER:
Jurie Bender representing Magic Mountain Apartments
BODY CORPORATE MANAGER:
Corinne Swan representing Focus Community Management Pty Ltd
ATTENDANCE RECORD:
Barry Shipham, Unit 38 Lot 39
APOLOGIES:
Howard Tipson
Craig Potter
Chris Chastre of Focus Community Management Pty Ltd
ADMITTANCE OF PROXIES:
Howard Tipson to Charmagne Oakey
QUORUM:
The Chairperson noted that a quorum was represented and declared the meeting open at 6:00pm.
Matters Discussed and Resolved by the Committee
1. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
It was RESOLVED that the minutes of the Committee Meeting held on Wednesday 20
th
January, 2016 and the Voted
on Outside Committee Meeting held on 23
rd
of March, 2016 be confirmed and signed as a true and correct records
of the resolutions of the meetings.
Committee Members FOR 6 Against 0 Abstain 0
2. REPORT FROM RESIDENT MANAGER
The Resident Manager (RM) tabled his report at the Committee Meeting and the following items were discussed in
further detail;
Fire Management Advance Fire commenced upgrading the fire detection and alarm systems for all of the Magic
Mountain complex.
Stairwell Painting The painting of stairwells are to continue this year, however the RM noted that the contractor is
yet to come back onsite to commence works. Committee queried if there were any other recommended contractors
that could complete the stairwells now rather than later, as some stairwells are in need of urgent attention.
Garden Second stage expenditure has been approved and the rejuvenation of the gardens are to be completed in
due course. Committee members however expressed their concerns in regards to certain plants that had been
removed which were initially agreed upon to stay in their locations.
Termite Protection It was noted that an inspection has recently been completed. At this time there are no termites
present. Further the inspection report has been obtained by the Resident Manager.
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Carpark Lighting The RM noted that the 30 LED lights in the carpark have been installed. The RM is happy with the
scope of works as the lights in question look brighter. As per previous meetings the RM expressed that replacing of
the florescent globes with LED lights would be more beneficial as they are longer lasting and will provide a saving in
the electricity consumption.
Security Camera’s 16 security cameras have now been installed. The RM advised the Committee that he is satisfied
with the works that have been conducted. Further noting that the old cameras are to be kept in the basement for
security purposes in the carpark.
Pebble Create Entrance The manhole has now been covered and therefore the Pebblecrete is finally complete.
The RM noted that two (2) large pot plants have been placed in this area to deter occupiers/visitors from parking in
this area. The Committee noted that the area, especially near the steps, needs to be pressure cleaned as there is
discolouration present. Jurie advised that this area is pressure cleaned frequently.
Locality Planning Energy The electricity supply switch of bulk electricity was completed on 31
st
March, 2016.
Air Conditioner This matter is still outstanding. To be discussed at the next Committee Meeting.
Damaged Driveway Wall It was noted that a letter has been sent to the Occupier’s insurance company on the 30
th
March, 2016. The Body Corporate is still awaiting a response.
Re-Tiling of the Infinity Pool - It was noted that the RM has obtained three (3) quotations for the re-tiling of the
infinity pool. The quotations are outlined below;
1. Senus Building Group has quoted $108,000.00 (Incl GST)
2. Integrity $89,000.00 (Incl GST)
3. Teccom $92,000.00 (Incl GST)
The scope of works involve the pool being initially drained, the water leak be attended to and for the retiling of the
pool to commence. Noted by the RM that the re-tiling will be from the first landing of the stairs and will come down
to the area outside the gym and meeting room. However, the above quotations are not like for like and need to be
addressed.
Magic Mountain Apartments One and Two endeavour for the infinity pool to be retiled mid year 2016, providing that
all quotations obtained are the same scope of works. In order for these works and costs to be approved, both Body
Corporates will need to hold a General Meeting. The proposed date is to be confirmed.
Illuminated Signage To be addressed at the upcoming joint meeting.
3. CORRESPONDENCE
The Body Corporate Manager (BCM) tabled the Correspondence List at the Committee Meeting. All inward and
outward correspondence was noted by the Committee.
- Request to Install a Wooden Deck (Lot 45)
The Owner of Lot 45 has requested to install a wooden deck to the external lower patio of their property.
Some members of the Committee expressed their concerns in setting a precedent for applying such decking as this in
turn would change the uniformity of the scheme. It was noted however that Lot 53 has previously installed a
wooden deck 7 or 8 years ago without the prior approval of the Body Corporate.
As this discussion was held, the onsite manager advised the Committee that he has sympathy on this issue as the
Body Corporate has been having problems with water on the lower unit patios for many years. When it rains the
drains cannot cope with the run-off and therefore the patios fill up with water making them unusable. Sometimes it
takes a day or 2 for the water to disappear. Each of the lower patios have three (3) small drain pipes that are
supposed to let water flow into the creek bed but unfortunately it is the other way around during a heavy
downpour.
As the Owner who had requested this installation was present at the meeting, the Committee requested for her to
leave the room so that the Committee could have an open and frank discussion about the request. During this time
the request was discussed at length.
It was RESOLVED to approve the request from Lot 45, to install a wooden deck on the proviso that the deck is of the
same match to existing colour scheme of the Body Corporate. It was further RESOLVED that pre-approval of such
decking by the Committee is to be a case-by-case basis, and that the Owner of Lot 45 cannot re-paint or alter the
timber without the pre-approval of the Committee. It is further advised that, as a result of this request being
approved, an alteration is to be made to the original structure. Therefore the responsibility for the drainage and any

This work has been done-shown in the photos

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future issues with the deck now lies with the Owner to fix, maintain and repair. For the BCM to write to the Owner
and advise of this approval.
Committee Members FOR 3 Against 1 Abstain 0 Action: Body Corporate Manager
Allan Layton left the meeting at 7:31pm (Via Conference Call).
4. FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR TO 31
ST
MARCH, 2016
The Committee RESOLVED to accept the tabled ‘Statements of Assets and Liabilities’ and ‘Statement of Income and
Expenditure’ for the period 1
st
May, 2015 to 31
th
March, 2016 as prepared by Focus Community Management Pty
Ltd.
Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0
5. OWNERS ARREARS REPORT
The Body Corporate Manager (BCM) tabled the Owners Arrears Report at the Committee Meeting.
The Committee noted the arrears report and RESOLVED for the BCM to correspond to the Owners who are in arrears
in their Body Corporate Contributions. The Committee further RESOLVED that if payments are not received or
payment plans are not adhered to that the Body Corporate will engage Strata Legal Queensland to recover
outstanding Body Corporate levies.
Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0 Action: Body Corporate Manager
6. TERM DEPOSIT
Investment
Institution
Account No.
YTD Balance
Maturity Date
Term
Rate PA
Invest 1
Macquarie Bank
291134393
$108,389.76
22/09/2016
6 months
2.80%
Invest 2
Macquarie Bank
250641172
$117,318.06
30/05/2016
6 months
2.85%
The term deposits were noted by the Committee.
Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0
7. WORK HEALTH & SAFETY REPORT
It was RESOLVED to remove this item from future agendas.
Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0
8. FIRE MANAGEMENT
a) REPLACEMENT OF HEAT DETECTORS
See manager’s report.
9. BULK ELECTRICITY PURCHASE
a) REVIEW OF ELECTRICITY COSTS
See manager’s report.
10. MAGIC MOUNTAIN JOINT MEETING
Joint Meeting is to be held on 3
rd
of May, 2016 at 6.00pm.
It was noted at the meeting that the Committee requests for FOCUS to be present.
11. MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES
a) Unapproved Blind Lot 61
It was RESOLVED to remove this item from future agendas.
Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0
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12. NEW MATTERS ARISING
a) Accumulation of Personal Rubbish in Basement -
The Chairperson noted that there is an unsightly accumulation of personal rubbish in the basement. The Body
Corporate would like to make reference from schedule C of the Body Corporate by laws;
13.0 Garbage disposal
13.1 Unless the body corporate provides some other way of garbage disposal, the occupier of a lot must keep a
receptacle for garbage in a clean and dry condition and adequately covered on the lot, or on a part of the
common property designated by the body corporate for that purpose.
13.2 The Occupier of a lot must:-
(a) comply with all local government laws about disposal of garbage; and
(b) ensure that the occupier does not, in disposing of garbage, adversely affect the health, hygiene or
comfort of the occupiers of other lots.
b) Keys to Stairwells
It was noted that the current expense incurred by Owners for the replacement of keys to the stairwell and front
doors is unreasonable. As the key mechanism is unconventional with having two (2) separate keys to open both the
front stairwell door and the unit door.
If Owners were to lose a key for either of these doors, the locksmith would charge the Owner for the replacement of
two keys rather than one. Owner present advised that 50% of this replacement cost should be borne by both the
Body Corporate and the Owner as one key cannot be replaced without changing the other.
The RM noted that he is currently looking at options to replace the lock mechanisms with a fob system.
It was RESOLVED that Owners should not be disadvantaged in the replacement of keys and that the purchase of keys
should be the same total cost per units. It was further RESOLVED that the Body Corporate is to wear half of the cost
of replacing such key.
Committee Members FOR 5 Against 0 Abstain 0
13. NEXT MEETING DATE AND TIME
Budget Committee Meeting (BCM) to be held on Wednesday 18
th
May, 2016 6.00pm
Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Wednesday 13
th
July, 2016 6.00pm
CLOSURE
There being no further business to discuss, the Chairperson declared the meeting closed at 8:06pm.
Signed as a True and correct record of the Committee Meeting
Chairperson …………………………………………… Date…………………………………
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THIS IS INCREASING TO $470 PW in January 17.

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