Here’s some information from the Annual Owner’s Meeting and some other Spring happenings.
1. Annual Owners Meeting
The meeting was held on Monday 5/1, and here were 28 units represented at the meeting, including all Board members. Nancy Shepard, Property Manager, was also present. Election was held for 2 Board member positions for 3-year terms. There were only 2 candidates and no nominations from the floor. Rick Hoffman and John Nobile were elected by acclamation. Thanks to them for being willing to continue their service to the Association
Using a slide-show presentation, Board members made presentations on various topics:
Trees and Shrubs
Guidebook for Board Members
Finances – Operating and Capital Budgets and Reserves
The slide show is available on the Association Website (http://hhl-coa.org/homestead-coa-spring-2017-meeting) for your viewing pleasure. Please feel free to ask questions of any Board member.
2. Resident Changes
Please welcome Bill and Laura Demidovich. They have moved into the unit at the intersection of Crosskirk and Alston Grove. Their email addresses are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Please add them to your personal email listings and include them in notices about Association activities such as Pizza Night, Game Night, and other events.
Two other units appear to be in contract. Please delete Jim and Maureen Sharp from your listings – they have sold their unit and are moving to South Carolina.
3. Web Page
There have been some problems with responses to support requests from firstname.lastname@example.org going to junk mail, causing owners to think they are not getting help. Please check your junk mail and change your settings for Association emails.
Chuck Collins has acquired a license to pilot a drone and will be taking some visuals/videos for posting to the Website. These will be available to anyone visiting the Website and will give potential purchasers a good view of the development and its amenities. Don’t be alarmed if you see the drone, and it will not be engaging in any invasions of privacy. We’ll let you know when the pictures and video are posted.
4. Spring Walkarounds
The Board and various contractors will be doing walkarounds during the next month to check on condition of trim and siding, trees, shrubs, asphalt, patios, sidewalks and other items so that maintenance needs can be assessed and scheduled for necessary repairs. Don’t be alarmed if you see anyone taking pictures, walking around the unit, getting on a roof or doing work. We will try to inform owners in advance of any work being done, but weather and contractor schedules are not always predictable. Please send an Exterior Maintenance Issue Report via the Website if you have any specific concerns.