RiverSound Homeowners Association

A Letter From The Board July 2006

Jul 25, 2006

A letter from the Board (July 2006)

New gutters, downspouts and drainage pipes have been installed as part of our plan to move water away from the clubhouse to further stabilize and strengthen the soil and foundation. We believe this solves the more serious foundation problem and we can now move forward with other needed repairs.

Out of 180 lots in River Sound, we have received about 50 responses to the questionnaire that was sent out recently. Your input is needed and greatly appreciated. If you have not returned your questionnaire, please do so as soon as possible. We plan to summarize your input at the end of this month. We will share the results of the survey after it is summarized. The board will then start developing a plan to address the needed improvements to the clubhouse, pools and common grounds. We plan to call a general homeowners meeting in early September to review the plan and to discuss options for proceeding with the needed improvements.

I?’m sure you have noticed the improved appearance of the entrance and commons area along River Sound Drive this year. This is the result of changing to a different lawn maintenance company last fall. The beauty of both the commons areas and the clubhouse is important to our community and the board is striving to maintain quality in both.

It is equally important that each of us maintain our own property to similar standards. Some lots have weeds growing in flowerbeds, little or no grass, and no landscaping around mail boxes. This is a common complaint to the board. Also, all recreational vehicles, including boats, must be out of view. Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated.

We will be putting new benches and trash cans at the tennis courts. We will also be changing the locks to match the one currently on gate to the outdoor pool. If you need a new or additional key, please contact Jill (712 3030) during business hours.

Quarterly dues can now be paid by direct debit. Please contact Jill to get the forms.

It is important that the safety rope across the outdoor pool be kept in place. It marks the beginning of the deeper part of the pool and also serves as a safety handhold. The health inspector has found this rope on the pool deck several times. Jill was recently notified that the health inspector would close the pool if the rope is found on the pool deck again.

Don Dareing, President

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