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Guardrail

I understand and appriciate the work that went into the new guardrail but boy, that is one uuugggglyy guardrail and if that was my house I beleive I would be a little upset. more
Started: January 1st 2008Replies: 0

Anonymous letters

The Board will not respond to anonymous letters. If you wish to discuss something, contact the President or Vice President. The phone numbers are on the newsletters. By Don Everhart, President HOA more
Started: October 8th 2007Replies: 0

HOA Lawnmower / Lo

I was just recently informed that a riding lawn mower was purchase and our President is not allowing the homeowners to use it. He has been riding it around like a cowboy moving lots near his street.... more
Started: September 10th 2007Replies: 2

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Qualify Your HOA For FHA Loans
Fhahoasm / Homeowners in your association will expect its board to monitor and maintain good standing on the FHA-approved list for condominium developments. Ensuring that your condo or townhome association is on the...
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