May 28, 2009
Last night, Roger Donoghue and Ron Mehl were elected to the Victor Garden Single Family Village Homeowner's Association Board of Directors. Julie Bixby was selected by the Board's members to represent our SFV on the Master Board along with our other representative, Mark Vlker.
Michael Warner chose not to run again, but deserves our thanks as he was an outspoken advocate for our neighborhood association. Through his leadership on the SFV and Master Boards, Michael has helped us navigate through a complex transition from Victor Garden's developer, while always thinking about the needs of our residents.
Here's the makeup of the new Board. More info will be posted on our Association's page in the days ahead.
Victor Gardens Single Family Village
Homeowner's Association Board: UPDATED 5/27/09
Vice President firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary email@example.com Ron Mehl, Neighborhood Development Partners, LLC.,
Member at Large firstname.lastname@example.org
Victor Gardens Community Association (Master) Board Representatives:
Julie Bixby email@example.com
Mark Vlker firstname.lastname@example.org
Earlier today, a number of homeowners emailed me concerning a suspicious white car, seen throughout the neighborhood. After posting and emailing the details, including car description, license plate number the car appeared again this afternoon.
This time, a number of alert residents reported the car to the Washington County Sheriff, who responded quickly with two squad cars. The Sheriff's deputies spoke with the driver and have since reported that the driver was/is working for the Federal Government, mapping & surveying the neighborhood for the United States Census.
Although the driver was likely surprised by the response, it's good to know that so many residents responded with an abundance of caution. Thanks to everyone for their watchful eyes and concern for the neighborhood's children.
May 27, 2009
May 26, 2009
As a few have pointed out, foreclosure notice signs appeared today on some of the former developer, CPDC's (Homer Tompkins) lots. Neither the Master Board nor the Single Family Village Association Board was aware of this prior to seeing the signs go up. It was my understanding that Alliance Bank controlled CPDC's few remaining lots.
It's always been my understanding that anyone who buys those lots are subject to the same covenants, restrictions, rules, etc. as the rest of the property owners in the SFV... regardless of whether they're in foreclosure or not. Any new building would be reviewed by the ARC, etc...
This may be something that residents wish to discuss at tomorrow night's meeting.