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WELCOME 
To access all of the navigation links to the left you must be a resident or unit owner and register. Please give us a maximum of 24 hours to release your approval. Please consider helping a neighbor to get connected.
 
ON THE WEBSITE
The September Newsletter is now available on the website. It you get the newsletter by email, it will arrive Sunday.  If you wait and get the paper version in your mailbox, it will be delivered on Monday. Newsletters are in the Members section.
 
August 2018 Board Minutes and Financials are also now in the Members area.  
 
We are moving the Governing Documents to the public area.  It is important that potential buyers and/or realtors have these available. 
 
BOARD POSITIONS 
Three board positions are open for appointment by the board.
 
First we want to thank Barbara Adam for her hard work as President who is retiring for personal reasons. We also want to thank Nancy Bosshard for her commitment to the board. She will be moving in October to Florida and also a thank you to Lynn Crumrine who is moving to Westlake in October to be close to family.
 
Two of the positions have terms ending December 2020, the other ends in December 2018 but with this position, we would like you to commit to run for re-election at the Annual Meeting for term expiring 2021.
 
Contact Karin Bussman at kbussman@neo.rr.com with which term you are interested in and a synopsis of why you are interested with a bit of background before October 8th.
 
STUCCO UNITS
Ron Guy Painting will be starting on the stucco units the week of September 24th.  Not all units will be painted this year but it is a start.
 
CLUBHOUSE DOORS
Your pool key will not unlock the front doors to the clubhouse, at least for awhile. The wrong front doors were installed, not commercial grade, which is what we paid for. Until our proper doors are installed we will leave the front doors unlocked between 9am - 5pm daily. Hopefully this will be settled soon.
 
BOARD MEMBER SEMINARS
As a board member you have available to you free seminars produced by our lawyers, Kaman and Cusimano.  They are held all over the state several times a year.  The latest seminar was "Disaster Will Strike! - Planning and Preparing For The Unexpected".  Two board members have attended so far, and came back with a wealth of information.
 

 
~    Upcoming Events    ~
TGIF
Friday, September 28th, 6:00pm at Clubhouse
Columbus Day - No Mail
Monday, October 8th
Game Day
Wednesday, October 10th, 1:00pm - 4:00pm at Clubhouse
Halloween Wine Tasting
Friday, October 12th, 6:30pm - 9:00pm at Clubhouse $3 per person
Association Board Meeting
Wednesday, October 17th, 1:00pm at Clubhouse
TGIF
Friday, October 26th, 6:00pm at Clubhouse
Daylight Savings Ends - Fall Back
Sunday, November 4th
Veteran's Day (observed) - No Mail
Monday, November 12th

~ Leaving For The Winter ~
  • Forward your mail and stop newspaper delivery.
  • Ask a trusted neighbor or relative to regularly check on your home and remove flyers and other items that may have been left at your door.
  • Turn on your alarm systems and motion-activated lights and set interior lights on timers.
  • Secure valuables that you are not taking with you in a safe deposit box or other secure location.
  • If you are not heating your home while you are away, turn off the home’s water supply and drain pipes completely. Add non-toxic antifreeze rated for plumbing systems to toilet tanks and bowls.
  • If the heat will be kept on in your home, turn off the water supply (after verifying with your service professional that it is safe to do so for your particular heating system), shut off water to dishwashers and clothes washers.
  • Set the temperature to a minimum of 55 degrees Fahrenheit, and leave the furnace running to prevent pipes from freezing.
  • Unplug all appliances and phones.
  • Clean the home thoroughly and remove food to discourage pests.
  • Arrange for a trusted relative, neighbor or friend to be available and have access to your house in case of emergency.