At the HOA meeting held on October 23rd those present agreed to form Workshops (committees) to begin reviewing and recommending revisions to the HOA’s bylaws and covenants where needed.
We will begin by focusing on the following efforts:
- Defining what is required to be a member of the HOA and the obligations and privileges of a member.
- Uncovering and correcting conflicting definitions and language.
- Updating the bylaws to allow many processes and procedures to be conducted via the website and e-mail.
- Clarifying voting processes, procedures and definitions. Updating and correcting conflicting and confusing language.
- Determining all the issues associated with the bridle paths and developing a plan for researching each issue. Issues include acquiring cost quotes for insurance; identifying the purpose, use and care of the paths; obligations of lot owners, etc.
We, the Board, are aware of the amount of work there is to be done and the Board: 1) wishes to have as many people as possible help with this effort to reduce the burden on any one individual; and 2) wants this to be a successful and acceptable effort that incorporates input from across the HOA. Come and take part in the most important action that affects you and your home!
Joe Kistle has agreed to lead the committee looking into bridle path options. Carolyn Payton will coordinate the work of the committees to ensure all issues are addressed with no duplication of effort.
If you are interested in serving on one of the committees or just attending our next meeting it will be held on November 7th at 6:30pm at Brooks Myers’ home, 17290 Barnwood Drive. If you have any questions please e-mail the HOA Board at email@example.com.