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COUNCIL BUDGET MESSAGE Honorable President and Board of Directors, and Anthem Property Owners: The Anthem Community Council (ACC) is pleased to present to the community the 2018 ACC Operating Budget. The Budget is balanced with no increase in ACC assessments*. ACC Board and staff have worked diligently to retain the community’s sound financial condition, while also ensuring that core services are being provided in the highest quality, most cost-efficient manner. Using the Board’s strategic priorities as a compass, we are confident that this budget reflects our goal to exceed the expectations of our residents and carefully manage public funds. We look forward to working with the ACC Board and community members to deliver the programs and services that make Anthem one of the most coveted, vibrant and award-winning communities in Arizona. Respectfully,

ACC Board of Directors Roger Willis, President Bob McKenzie, Vice President Dino Cotton, Secretary Terry Mullarkey, Treasurer John Balzer, Director Ryan Halleran, Director Rick Kesselman, Director

ACC Fiscal & Resource Management Committee

Jenna R. Kohl, Community Executive Officer

Doug Greenstein, Community Financial Officer

Richard Yennerell, Chair Bob Hebert Lynne Kirkman Glenn Klinksek Mark O. Senn

Neal Shearer, Community Operations Officer

*Although the ACC assessments have not increased for 2018, please note that Anthem Country Club Community Association and the Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-owners’ HOA assessments will be increased, per their respective Boards of Directors. See inside.

SOURCES OF REVENUES - 2018

HOW COMMUNITY DOLLARS WILL BE SPENT - 2018 Other Contracted Services $112,015 - 1%

Financial Costs

Assessments - Commercial $420,173 - 4%

$169,343 1% How Community Dollars Will Be -Spent in 2018

Administrative Payroll, Taxes & Benefits $2,355,878 - 20%

Parks, Facili,es, Maintenance & Infrastructure

Professional Fees $372,975 - 3%

Administra,ve Costs

Resident & Community Activities $174,100 - 2%

11,000,000 10,000,000 9,000,000

Facility & Park Rentals $386,135 - 3% Resale & Disclosure Fees $280,685 - 3%

Security & Safety

Utilities $1,004,436 - 8%

12,000,000

Special Community Events $117,975 - 1%

U,li,es

Security & Safety $313,463 - 3%

13,000,000

Community Center $842,127 - 8%

Resident & Community Ac,vi,es

Administrative Costs $519,933 - 4%

14,000,000

Assessments - Other $315,611 - 3%

Parks, Facilities, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance & Maintenance Infastructure Community Programs & Ac,vi,es $3,878,932 - 33%

Community Insurances $375,700 - 3%

15,000,000

Doug Greenstein, CFO Terry Mullakey, Board Liaison

Community Programs & Activities $1,192,236 - 10%

Landscaping & Professional Fees Grounds Maintenance $1,482,250 - 12%

Assessments - Residen,al Assessments Assessments - Commercial Assessments - Other

$8,154,240 - 75%

All Other Revenue Sources $341,716 - 3% Community Center


ACC CONSOLIDATED FUND BUDGET ANTHEM COMMUNITY OPERATING COUNCIL CONSOLIDATED

© Copyright, © Anthem Community Council, Inc. 2011-2017

OPERATING

FUND

BUDGET

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BUDGET PLANNED 2018

BUDGET APPROVED 2017

ACTUAL RESULTS 2016

Assessments - ACC Assessments - Non-residential Assessments - Apartments & Multi-unit Assessments - Benefited Community Programs Revenues Special Events Revenues Other "Hard" & "Soft" Revenues Reimbursements - Legal & Other Revenues - Rentals Revenues - Resale & Disclosures Enhancement Fees Transfers to Enhancement Fund Transfers to Reserve Fund Other Non-classified Incomes TOTAL ASSESSMENTS & INCOME

8,154,240 420,173 315,611 75,840 842,127 117,975 75,162 94,900 386,135 280,685 663,580 (663,580) (2,100,000) 95,814 8,758,662

8,134,101 374,723 315,611 75,840 811,353 114,475 77,841 65,200 362,459 270,100 536,500 (536,500) (2,040,000) 89,834 8,651,537

8,132,113 348,147 315,611 75,898 782,589 135,726 38,002 159,760 422,489 349,085 738,604 (738,604) (2,010,000) 177,368 8,926,788

Salaries & Payroll Medical, Benefits & Taxes Direct CC Program Expenses Direct Special Events Expenses TOTAL COMMUNITY CENTER PROGRAM COSTS

628,925 90,086 314,765 158,460 1,192,236

534,187 55,642 344,066 151,935 1,085,830

547,939 85,676 313,550 139,203 1,086,368

TOTAL COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

174,100

174,125

121,758

TOTAL UTILITIES

1,004,436

1,050,594

1,016,153

TOTAL HUMAN RESOURCES

112,015

104,662

77,768

Salaries & Payroll - Parks / Facilities / Maintenance Medical, Benefits & Taxes Common Area Maintenance Parks - Repair & Maintenance Community Center Maintenance HVAC & Plumbing Pools, Spas & Water Features Irrigation Tools, Janitorial Supplies, Lighting & Other R&M - Facilities & Equipment R&M - Grounds & Other Repair, Replace & Maintain - All Other TOTAL REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

700,944 145,112 36,650 45,900 27,150 48,020 97,925 79,500 81,924 88,180 156,200 82,350 1,589,855

662,397 142,889 96,900 48,596 29,575 46,996 99,100 57,000 92,400 53,980 185,584 36,150 1,551,567

512,725 153,723 28,164 77,155 32,509 31,452 100,912 79,706 78,453 49,490 232,029 144,787 1,521,105

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL

168,200 204,775 372,975

205,800 180,845 386,645

197,066 154,527 351,593

TOTAL FINANCIAL EXPENSES

375,700 56,140 113,203 545,043

391,679 139,240 111,445 642,364

248,978 (93,378) 53,076 208,676

TOTAL CONTRACT SERVICES

1,127,000 383,798 413,994 1,924,792

1,167,400 373,170 401,580 1,942,150

1,118,031 356,245 262,866 1,737,142

Payroll - General & Community Center Administration Medical, Benefits & Taxes 401K Programs & Administration Office Consumables Postage, Copies & Mailings Office Equipment Reimbursements Dues & Subscriptions Equipment Lease & Rentals Voice, Cell & Data Services Signs - Community Common Areas Other General & Administrative TOTAL GENERAL & ADMIN

1,846,494 509,394 65,112 50,698 101,046 19,135 13,250 14,351 27,000 137,101 10,650 7,180 2,801,411

1,741,472 479,004 40,560 48,248 150,746 27,600 9,844 15,476 5,480 169,569 16,900 1,781 2,706,680

1,512,651 305,936 50,121 25,375 65,906 18,157 9,791 21,792 6,170 76,827 31,162 28,719 2,152,607

TOTAL OPERATING COSTS

9,716,861

9,644,617

8,273,170

General Legal & Specialized Legal CPA, Consulting, Professional & Other

Property, Business, D&O Insurances Bad Debt Expense All Other Financial Expenses

Landscape Contract Janitorial & Sanitation Contract All Other Service & Support Contracts

GROSS SURPLUS (DEFICIT) Depreciation Expense Interest Income, Expense, Tax Accrual NET BOOK SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) `

(958,200)

(993,080)

653,618

851,400 50,400

798,000 64,920

602,394 (3,906)

(1,860,000) -

PROPOSED CAP EX 2017 SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) - (Cash Adj) BASE RESERVE CONTRIBUTION BALANCED BUDGET

(1,856,000) 4,000

(1,860,000)

(1,860,000)

1,860,000

1,860,000

0

0

55,130 55,130

55,130

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2018 BOARD STRATEGIC PRIORITIES Structure of Governance Review and modify governing documents, policies and procedures, and revise if needed. Implementation of Master Plan Four Enhancement Fund projects are scheduled to be completed by 2020. Provide High-quality Services, Facilities and Programs Evaluate programs and increase efficiencies to meet the community’s needs. Business Advocacy and Outreach Support, develop and implement programs to engage local businesses. Strengthen Relationships with Community Partners Maintain strong and effective relationships with community and regional partners with a spirit of cooperation in our joint mission. Public Safety Facilitate communication and cooperation between public safety agencies and the public, advocate for appropriate law enforcement coverage and public safety services, and work to maintain a safe environment at ACC facilities and amenities.

BUDGET NOTES Core Services The Board and staff have outlined services that are essential to the community. Budgetary focus will ensure that attention is given to these programs and services first and foremost. Prop 206 Impact The Department of Labor mandatory increases to the minimum wage, as well as the obligation to provide paid sick time to all employees, has impacted personnel costs in the budget. Savings Irrigation and lighting costs have been greatly reduced, due to the conversion project in Paseo (expenses are 80% lower) and the transition to LED lights at ACC-owned facilities. This savings is reflected in the 2018 budget.

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2018 ASSESSMENT FEES ANTHEM COMMUNITY COUNCIL

2018 Assessment Fees - Effective January 01, 2018 Parkside

Parkside

Parkside

Village

Country

Commercial

Owners

Paseo

Landing

Condominium

Club

& Non-residential

Owners

Owners

Owners

Owners

Owners

Quarterly Assessment to the Anthem Community Council

$205.50

$205.50

$205.50

$139.50

$205.50

$48.45

$48.45

$48.45 $59.40

$775.80

$267.00

$313.35

$915.30

$472.50

Semi-annual Assessment to the Anthem Community Council

No Change

Quarterly Assessment to YOUR Homeowners' Association Quarterly Benefited Assessment to Parkside Association

$118.50

Quarterly Benefited Assessment to Anthem Community Council

Your TOTAL Quarterly Assessment

$253.95

$372.45

No Change

ASSESSMENT INCREASES FOR COUNTRY CLUB AND VILLAGE HOMEOWNERS Country Club and Village homeowners will see increased assessment amounts for 2018. Both the Country Club and Village boards approved assessment increases for the HOA portion of their quarterly assessments. This changes your total Quarterly Assessment amount. Homeowners who pay by check or online must update their payment amount. If you are enrolled in the ACC’s Direct Debit (ACH) program, we will automatically update your payment amount. Contact your HOA with questions. Country Club residents pay additional dues (Social and/ or Golf Membership) for amenities provided by ClubCorp. These dues are not included in the total Quarterly Assessment information above. Country Club: staff@acccahoa.com or 623-742-6030 | Village: dreid@associatedasset.com or 602-216-7514

ASSESSMENT DUE DATES Residential payments are due on the first of January, April, July and October. Commercial and Non-residential payments are due on the first of January and July. The above budget represents your required contributions to the Anthem Community Council’s operating expenses. When you make quarterly payments, your total payment includes your obligations for the HOA community in which you live (Parkside, Parkside Paseo, Parkside Landing, Country Club or The Village). Your total payment is combined into one quarterly statement that is mailed or emailed to you approximately 30 days prior to due date. OPT-IN FOR ELECTRONIC INVOICING Email customerservice@anthemcouncil.com to update electronic invoicing preferences. Include your Anthem property address and indicate the preference to either OPT-IN or OPT-OUT. This option is not available if you are enrolled in the ACH program.

ASSESSMENT PAYMENT OPTIONS Direct Debit (ACH) To sign up for monthly direct debit, you must complete the direct debit form (posted on OnlineAtAnthem.com). Completed forms can be emailed to AR@anthemcouncil.com or dropped off at the ACC offices on the second floor of the Civic Building. A voided check must be included with the form. ACH is the only authorized way to pay your assessments monthly. Personal Check Include your payment coupon and write your unique 10-digit account number on the check. Mail payments to: Anthem Community Council PO Box 65464 Phoenix, AZ 85082-5464 Pay Online Single and recurring online payments are made directly through the Alliance Bank website (eCheck, EFT or credit card). Visit our website at OnlineAtAnthem.com for details on how to pay online.


ACC FUNDS EXPLANATION The ACC has three major funds: the Enhancement Fund, Reserve Fund and Operating Fund. Operating Fund The Operating Fund is funded through assessments and program fee revenues. The fund supports the services and operations provided by the ACC. Reserve Fund The Reserve Fund covers maintenance and upkeep of Anthem’s amenities. Every year, a set amount is transferred from the Operating Fund to the Reserve Fund. Enhancement Fund The Enhancement Fund is based on ¼-of-1% of the sale price of each resold property. TheseWill funds used How Community Dollars Beare Spent infor 2018 community enhancement initiatives such as the approved Other Contracted Services, $112,015 , 1% AdministraMve Payroll, Taxes How Community Dollars Will Be Spent in 2018 master plan projects. & Benefits, $2,355,878 , 20%

This space was used for an address label in the ACC portion of the budget summary, which was mailed in November 2017.

Financial Costs, $169,343 , Other Contracted Services, 1% $112,015 , 1%

AdministraMve Payroll, Taxes Community Insurances, & Benefits, $2,355,878 , 20% $375,700 , 3%

Over $515,000 was trimmed to balance the 2018 budget. Financial Costs, $169,343 , 1% Parks, FaciliMes, Maintenance & Community Insurances, Professional Fees, Since 2011, the ACC has cut and saved well over $3 million Infrastructure, $3,878,932 , $375,700 , 3% $372,975 , 3% 33% in an effort to streamline services and make best use Parks, FaciliMes, AdministraMve Costs, Maintenance & Professional Fees, $519,933 , 4% with only one modest assessment Infrastructure, $3,878,932 , of community$372,975 , 3% funds, 33% increase on Jan. 1, 2014. Please note that the ACC Board Security & Safety, $313,463 , AdministraMve Costs, 3% $519,933 , 4% will consider an ACC assessment increase for 2019. UMliMes, $1,004,436 , 8% Security & Safety, $313,463 , 3%

>> OnlineAtAnthem.com

Resident & Community AcMviMes, $174,100 , 2% UMliMes, $1,004,436 , 8% Resident & Community Community Programs & AcMviMes, $174,100 , 2% AcMviMes, $1,192,236 , 10%

Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance, $1,482,250 , 12%

Community Programs & AcMviMes, $1,192,236 , 10%

Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance, $1,482,250 , 12%

RESERVE FUND BALANCES - YEAR OVER YEAR $ 15,000,000 $ 14,000,000

The money in the Reserve Fund pays for replacement and repair of community assets (i.e. Community Center, block walls, view fences, etc.).

15,000,000 $ 13,000,000

14,000,000 $ 12,000,000

13,000,000 $ 11,000,000

12,000,000 $ 10,000,000

11,000,000 $ 9,000,000 10,000,000 $ 8,000,000

9,000,000 $ 7,000,000

8,000,000 $ 6,000,000

7,000,000 6,000,000 33,000,000

RESERVE FUND

Final 2010

Final 2011

Final 2010

Final 2011

Final 2012

Final 2013

Final 2014

Final 2015

Final 2016

Projected 2017

Final 2012

Final 2013

Final 2014

Final 2015

Final 2016

Projected 2017

EOY Balance AFTER Expenditures Made END-OF-YEAR BALANCE AFTER EXPENDITURES

EOY Balance AFTER Expenditures Made GROWTH IN COMMUNITY NET EQUITY - YEAR OVER YEAR

As the community continues to age, the money in the fund will become increasingly important to ensure that we continue to provide safe and quality amenities.

32,000,000 $ 33,000,000

COMMUNITY NET EQUITY

31,000,000

$ 32,000,000

30,000,000

Equity is the difference between the value of our organization’s assets and all of its liabilities.

$ 31,000,000

29,000,000

$ 30,000,000

28,000,000

$ 29,000,000

27,000,000

$ 28,000,000

26,000,000

$ 27,000,000

25,000,000

$ 26,000,000

24,000,000

$ 25,000,000 $ 24,000,000

Final 2010

Final 2011

Final 2012

Final 2013

Final 2014

Final 2015

Final 2016

Projected 2017

Final 2010

Final 2011

Final 2012

Final 2013

Final 2014

Final 2015

Final 2016

Projected 2017

End of Year Community Net Equity End of Year Community Net Equity END-OF-YEAR COMMUNITY NET EQUITY

ACH Direct Debit - Download a Direct Debit Form from the Community Website at www.OnlineAtAnthem.com. Email completed forms with a VOIDED blank check to

AR@AnthemCouncil.com

or drop it off at the Civic Building 2nd Floor Office

Positive equity contributes to Anthem’s financial stability, and helps provide the best quality of life and amenities for our residents.


ACCCA BUDGET 2018 Budget Message The Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA) Board of Directors approved the 2018 Annual Budget at its Nov. 2, 2017 meeting. The budget includes a $9-per-month increase in assessments paid by ACCCA homeowners. This is the first increase in ACCCA assessments since January 2015. Detailed information about this increase has been mailed to all ACCCA homeowners. Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, ACCCA homeowners will pay $267 per quarter for ACCCA assessments, which supports the operation and maintenance of the Country Club community infrastructure. The total Quarterly Assessment amount, which includes the amount paid to the Anthem Community Council, is $472.50 (see pg. 3). Additional details about specific budget items, along with a breakdown of what each entity oversees, can be found on this website. Printed copies of the budget may also be obtained at the HOA office, located in the Civic Building at 3701 W. Anthem Way. Anthem Golf & Country Club Social Dues Homeowners in the Country Club community are obligated to pay assessments to the ACCCA and to the Anthem Community Council, along with mandatory social dues to the Anthem Golf and Country Club (AG&CC). The AG&CC is an independent, third-party organization that has no legal relationship with the ACCCA or the Anthem Community Council. The two clubhouses and golf courses (Persimmon and Ironwood) are independently owned and operated. Social dues are paid directly to the AG&CC, not your homeowners’ association.

ACCCA Board of Directors Barb Birdseye, Vice President Joy Lovell, Secretary Nirmal Manerikar, Treasurer Carl Benner, Director

ACCCA Finance Committee Chuck Bowen, Chair Bob McFall, Vice Chair Fred Shipley Skip Hoeder Anita O’Connor Chuck Durrant

ACCCA Community Manager Margaret Troyer staff@acccahoa.com 623-742-6030

For additional information regarding the AG&CC social dues, call 623-742-6200.

COUNTRY CLUB OPERATING EXPENSES Total Revenue

$ 3,177,558 Percent of Total Expense

Operating Expenses Administrative

$

255,420

8%

Electricity

$

289,980

9%

Water

$

186,760

6%

Common Area Maintenance

$

134,120

4%

Management Agreement

$

392,940

12%

Access Control Agreement

$

660,000

21%

Landscape Agreement

$

456,024

14%

33,570

1%

Other Contracted Services

$

Total Operating Expenses

$ 2,408,814

Transfer to Reserve Fund

$

Total Expenses

$ 3,177,558

768,744

Transfer to Reserve Fund 24%

Administrative 8%

Other Contracted Services 1%

Electricity 9% Water 6% Common Area Maintenance 4%

24%

Management Agreement 12%

Landscape Agreement 14% Access Control Agreement 21%


APCA BUDGET 2018 Budget Message The Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) Board of Directors, at its regular monthly meeting on Oct. 19, 2017, unanimously approved the 2018 Budget. APCA remains in excellent financial condition and is pleased to report there will be no increase in assessments. APCA assessments will remain the same per household at $48.45 per quarter. The total Quarterly Assessment amount, which includes the amount paid to the Anthem Community Council, is $253.95 (see pg. 3). Paseo homeowners’ total Quarterly Assessment is $372.45 (see pg. 3). This budget brings many benefits to the Parkside community, including maintaining neighborhood parks, landscaping and compliance. It provides for continued high-quality services for the Parkside community, which continue to make Parkside a highly desirable place to live. Landing Benefited Assessment The Landing benefited assessment incurred no increase and will stay the same per unit at $59.40 per quarter. The total Quarterly Assessment amount, which includes the amount paid to the Anthem Community Council, is $313.35 (see pg. 3). This assessment will continue to cover the regular maintenance of The Landing gates and streets. APCA homeowners are encouraged to contact staff with any questions. 2018 budgets, and resolutions approving the budgets, are available online.

PARKSIDE TOTAL EXPENSES: $1,375,178 Administrative $194,090 Reserves $40,650

APCA Board of Directors Doug Sutherland, President Chris Yano, Vice President Shari Miller, Secretary Tim Fyke, Treasurer Teresa Oorin, Director

APCA Finance Committee Bill Bobbitt, Chair Doug Sutherland Jocelyn Rochman Lenore Little Frances DeJesus Tim Fyke Vaughn Miller

APCA Community Manager Mary Beth Zahn staff@anthemparkside.org 623-742-4563

THE LANDING TOTAL EXPENSES: $59,402

Reserves $44,335

Utilities $191,620 Repair & Maintenance $128,507

Utilities $10,483

Repair & Maintenance $2,400

Contract Services $820,311

Contract Services $2,184


VACCC BUDGET 2018 Budget Message The Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-owners (VACCC) Board of Directors, at its Sept. 19, 2017 general session, unanimously approved the 2018 Operating and Reserve budgets. The community is financially sound. However, with the increase of costs from vendors and service providers, there is a need to increase the annual assessments, which has not occurred in several years. Keeping the residents in mind while managing the day-to-day operating expenses and long-term maintenance items, the increase will be nominal at 1.3%. This brings the 2018 Quarterly Assessment amount, which is paid directly to VACCC, to $775.80. The total Quarterly Assessment amount, which includes the amount paid to the Anthem Community Council, is $915.30 (see pg. 3). The assessment increase allows VACCC management to cover the costs of maintaining common areas, landscaping and compliance. This also allows for an increase in contributions to the Reserve Fund. This account funds many large-scale projects, such as the recently completed pool deck resurfacing. These projects not only make the community a beautiful place to live, but also maintain property values for its residents. VACCC homeowners are encouraged to view the 2018 budgets, and resolutions approving the budgets, online. VILLAGE at ANTHEM CONDOMINIUM COUNCIL of CO-OWNERS BUDGET - 2 0 1 8

HOW COMMUNITY DOLLARS WILL BE SPENT IN 2018

Budget 2018

651,672

Assessments TOTAL ASSESSMENTS & INCOME

Reserve Fund Contribution $121,200

651,672 50,172

Salaries / Payroll Tax & Benefits Postage & Copies

1,000

CPA Services

1,000 1,000

Legal Fees - General & Collection

27,000

Insurances Taxes, Pool Permits, Cell Phone, Licenses & Fees TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

1,775

81,947

Landscaping & Sprinklers $5,996

Telephone & Cable Systems $2,630 Electricity $36,000

Other Repairs & Maintenance $6,350

Water $290,000

Gas Maintenance

Electricity

36,000

Electricity $2,000

Water

Gas

Gas

10,000

Professional Fees

Sta Compensa8on

Other Adminstra8ve Costs

290,000

Water - Recreation Center

2,630

Telephone & Cable TOTAL UTILITIES EXPENSES

338,630

Common Area Maintenance

3,000

Facility Supplies

2,600

Building Plumbing Repairs

3,000

Gate Repairs & Maintenance

2,000

Building Repairs / Maintenance & Roof Repair

6,359

Landscaping

3,500

Fire Suppression Systems

3,000

Sprinkler Repairs

2,496

Pool / Spa Supplies / Chemicals / Furniture

1,500

Pool / Spa Maintenance / R7M Fitness Equipment

4,000

Streets & Sidewalk Repairs

1,000

Other Repairs & Maintenance & Community Costs TOTAL REPAIR & MAINTENANCE

1,750

34,205 2,640

Gate Maintenance Contract

6,400

Exterminating Contract (Termite Only)

19,970

Trash Collection Contract Landscape Contract

28,680

Management / Administrative Contract

18,000

TOTAL CONTRACTED SERVICES

75,690

TOTAL OPERATING COSTS

530,472

SURPLUS / (DEFICIT)

121,200

Transfer to Community Reserve Fund

121,200

BUDGET IN BALANCE

-

VILLAGE ASSESSMENT Per Unit for 2018

775.80

Total Quarterly ASSESSMENT Per Unit - ACC & VILLAGE

914.50

Building Repairs & Maintenance Sanita8on Contract $14,359 Insurances Other Services Contracts Pool RepairsManagement & Maintenance $5,500 Building Repairs & Maintenance Gate Maintenance Other Services Contracts Other Repairs & Maintenance Reserve Fund Contribu8on $9,040 Management $18,000 Landscape Contract $28,680 Sanitation Contract $19,970 Insurances $27,000 Other Administrative Costs $2,775 Staff Compensation $50,172

Lanscape Contract Pool Repairs & Maintenance Landscaping & Sprinklers Telephone & Cable Systems

Professional Fees $2,000

Gas $10,000

Village Board of Directors

ACCCA Community Manager

Karen Schapira, Vice President Juli Kunzer, Treasurer Gina Richard, Secretary Ted Burgman, Director

Dwight Reid dreid@associatedasset.com 602-216-7514

2018 Budget in Brief 2018  
2018 Budget in Brief 2018  

Includes information on ACC and HOA budgets. The ACC portion of this document was mailed to homeowners in November 2017.