Friday, December 23, 2005


We'll get some sort of notification by mail shortly as the meeting will be in January. As far as I know, the owners of lots/homes are not represented but may attend. I plan to go and will report back here.

One thing I will voice, assuming they take input (I believe they do): who looks for enforcement of the rules and regulations? And then what happens?

Example: LOUD music playing again from construction crew down the street. Doesn't our drive-by guard notice? It plays all day.

Example: "Illegal non-standardized" for-sale sign from real estate agent. Doesn't our drive-by guard notice?

Who rolls through at night in the dark? Who monitors for floodlights way out of compliance shining all over everything? They make a big deal in the regs about light, even reflectivity.

Lights either burned out or turned off at the mail center/boxes. Who notices? There were at least 4 dark the other night. In a gated community of million dollar homes? I expect better.

It's a fine balance to strike: between management and over-management. I think there are too many instances of UNDER management. Your mileage may vary.

I could go on and on but someone should be responsible.


Anonymous said...

what do you mean, "the owners of lots/homes are not represented"?

Bob Wood said...

As far as I know, no representatives of homeowners sit on the board (if that's what it's called.) The developers won't turn the board over till there are a certain number of lot sales.

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