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Grounds work
Posted on May 22nd, 2014
-905-1000 Creek Dr.-COMPLETED
-500-600 Creek-Drainage-COMPLETED
-2303 Ash grove-Removal of 3 trees-COMPLETED
-1806-1900 Red Maple-Soil and seeding scheduled as maintenance-Scheduled for fall
-1400 Basswood Grove-Drainage issue reported scheduled for quote
-1500 Basswood Grove-Seeding and soil scheduled as maintenance
-Black Haw-Drainage issues reported, out for quote
-Red Maple rear 1700-1800-Drainage issue, out for review and quote
-407 Tupelo drainage out for quote.
-2200-2205 Ash Grove Rear Drainage and runoff. scheduled for mid August - SCHEDULED.
 
Monthly Scheduled Board Meetings for 2014
Posted on Feb 12th, 2014
Please note that all meetings are the third Monday of the month, except for the annual meeting which will be held on Monday, April 7th.
February 17, 2014
March 17, 2014
April 7, 2014  *Annual Meeting*
May 19, 2014
June 16, 2014
July 21, 2014
*No August Meeting*
September 15, 2014
October 20, 2014
November 17, 2014
December 15, 2014
 
Community Concepts
Posted on Jun 5th, 2013
"….[the community association] gives continuity to the community, it preserves the architectural integrity and it maintains the common properties. Properly run, it promotes the community concept and protects the community’s property values."
—THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION MANUAL, BY PETER M. DUNBAR, ESQ., AND MARC DUNBAR
 
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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