From the President:
We have elected to hire a management company to manage our association. The board will still be in effect and election of new members will take place at our annual meeting when needed. This company will collect dues, pay bills, handle all notices, liens, etc. Each community member will receive a letter from the management company in the coming weeks. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at the HOA phone number or email listed on this website. Thank you.
We need committee members for the two committee’s outlined at the annual meeting. As discussed members who serve and perform their duties all year will be rewarded with FREE DUES next year! The board has decided to allot 8 spots per committee that will be awarded on a first come first serve basis. You may request to be a part of the committees by emailing email@example.com. The email MUST contain your name, address and committee of choice. Below are the duties the board has outline for each committee:
Neighborhood Cmte (8 Members)
Welcome Packets for New Owners
Hanging of Holiday Lights
Publicity (Methods TBD by cmte)
Compliance Cmte (8 Members)
Responsible for compliance checks 1-2 times a month based on a schedule and duties provided by the VP
Thank you to all those in attendance at the meeting last night.
As promised here are the Talavera HOA 2014 Meeting Slides.
Some highlights include changing Board Member terms to elect members who will remain in the same position for 3 years, the rollout of Free Dues for Committee Participation and targeted Security measures. Please check back next Friday and we will make a signup form available for the Committees and have firm rules regarding participation levels.
The Meeting voted to retain Josh Green for a 1 year term as President, retain Kyle Clay for a 2 year term as Vice-President and elect Rosaland Rathbun as Treasurer. Josh and Kyle were both appointed by outgoing President Shawn Blackburn to fill vacancies during the year.
Everyone please take into consideration the children and animals in our neighborhood and SLOW DOWN! S.W. 172nd Street is a very busy street in our neighborhood and drivers are driving WAY too fast! You don’t want to be that person who hits a child. I hope you will take this into consideration. 25 mph is the speed limit through residential areas unless otherwise posted. Please watch your speed and watch for our children and animals.