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~ News ~
New Front Door Color Codes
Posted on Sep 21st, 2015
In keeping with more standard colors of the times, the SCF HOA Board has adopted a new color for front doors that owners wish to repaint.
The new color is Behr - Red Willow (Code PPU1-9D).  If you are planning to repaint your front door, please do so in the new Behr color.  Behr is available at Home Depot.  If you are using another paint manufacturer, please have the tint made to Behr specs.
Please use Behr Exterior Semi-gloss enamel.
Monthly Scheduled Board Meetings for 2015
Posted on Dec 16th, 2014
Please note that all meetings are the third Monday of the month.
January 19, 2015
February 16, 2015
March 16, 2015
April 20, 2015 *Resident Annual Meeting*  
May 18, 2015
June 15, 2015
July 20, 2015
*No August Meeting*
September 21, 2015
October 19, 2015 
November 16, 2015
December 21, 2015
*All Meetings are open until the executive portion*
Grounds work
Posted on Dec 1st, 2014
-1400 Basswood Grove-Drainage issue reported scheduled for quote
-1500 Basswood Grove-Seeding and soil scheduled as maintenance
-Black Haw-Drainage issues reported - Engineer Survey
-Red Maple rear 1700-1800-Drainage issue - Engineer Survey Completed 10/22
-407 Tupelo - 12 Norway Spruce - Rt. 309 Screening - Planted
-2200-2205 Ash Grove Rear Drainage and runoff.  Spring '15 - SCHEDULED.
-Overgrown trees Tupelo - Out for quote.
-Spring seeding - Creek Drive
What does it mean to live in an HOA?
Posted on May 28th, 2013
By purchasing into a community association, be it a condominium unit, townhome or single family home, the owner agrees to abide by the community's pre-established guidelines.  The owner will often live close to his or her neighbors, share common facilities, and voluntarily sacrifice certain freedoms, all for the cause of protecting the community, property values, and reducing nuisances.  Reasonable restrictions, consistently enforced over time, will preserve the net value of the community and maintain a high quality of life for residents. - From the Community Association Institute website.
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