Easter Bunny Event
Thank you to all the participating families from the Easter Bunny event. Organized by some of our homeowners, this event went to help the kids have a special holiday. The event had so many homes sign up, there was an excess funds raised. Our wonderful neighbors donated the excess to the Common Grounds Free Store. Pictured is the receipt.
Do your part to help stop the spread of COVID-19
Keep a physical space of 6 feet between friends, neighbors and acquaintances.
City playgrounds, including the one off Ashburn, is closed due to COVID-19.
On this day, we hope you enjoy an ice cream cone, a sundae, or a milk shake.
Parental figures receive the recognition for the role they play in their children’s lives
Raise awareness of supporting older people and recognizing their achievements.
Clearing Street Curbs
Home owners, please clear leaves and soil from the curbs in front of your homes.
This activity will help prevent street flooding with the heavy Spring rains. Thank you!
Little Library 1 is open at 1934 Ashburn. Many thanks to the Girl Scouts who built the Little Library and to our neighbors, the Foley family, for hosting it.
Little Libraries encourage reading and sharing of books.
Take a book, leave a book.
The little library on Fieldcrest did not survive the winter. We hope to have it rebuilt soon.
Annual dues for 2020 will be $100. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Barbara Bitler at Towne Properties at BarbaraBitler@TowneProperties.com.
If interested, please contact us at email@example.com; title your email WILLING TO SERVE. Qualifications includes: Must be a HOA member of good standing, willing to attend all regularly scheduled monthly board meetings and do work supporting HOA activities of 1 to 3 hours per month on average.
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Declaration of Covenants, Easements, Restrictions, Assessments, and Liens
Information on maintaining your property according to your deed restrictions.
The first and highest in authority is the Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 5312: Ohio Planned Community Law. ACCESS
The Declaration of Covenants, Easements, Restrictions, Assessments and Liens are recorded with the Delaware County Recorder’s Office in the initial phase of the development of a community. The Declaration is frequently referred to as the deed restrictions. ACCESS
The By-laws is a document that provides for the operation of the association. It establishes policies and procedures for the governing of an association. ACCESS
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