Following the guidance of the city, the signage at the park has been updated. The new signage indicates that if you use the amenities you should follow the following guidelines.
Thanks to those who attended the annual meeting tonight. Attached is a PDF of tonight's presentation along with a written report from the Architecture Committee.
Notably, I'd like to welcome Susan Rossi to the Board and congratulate Morgan Witthoft, Ellen Ward, and Matthew Mintz on their re-elections
Not captured in the attached file were the Finance report and Beautification Committee report.
The Board was unanimous in agreeing that while we would like to contribute more to our Reserves fund it is not the right time to increase dues. I'd also like to remind anyone that if you have any concerns with being able to pay your dues on time please do reach out to CAM to begin a conversation. You can reference the packet in the meeting announcement for details on the budget as a whole. Overall we were able to redistribute some funds to cover the 2021 cost increases without raising the dues.
Rusty Ulrich heads the committee and provided detail on the work that's been done this year to plan for 2021 planting and landscaping. He made some excellent points on how we can organize some volunteers to save some cost in removing old landscaping and possibly planting. Be on the lookout for more information and volunteer opportunities coming in 2021.
The 2020 Annual Meeting will be held virtually this Thursday, November 12th, at 7:00 pm CT
Hope to see you there!
By now you may have noticed a couple of new signs around the neighborhood. Back in September we approved some signs to be placed in the neighborhood. Those are finally up. You can see the large one at the end of the parking lot by the playground. The small sign is up at the trail head on the western intersection of Campfield and Sweet Clover.
News updates from the HOA Board.