Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's Garage Sale. It was held on Friday, June 10th and Saturday, June 11th.
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 rains. Thank you!
ASSOCIATION FEES – PAST DUE
Currently there are $17,445.89 due to the Kensington Place Homeowner’s Association in past due fees. The Board of Directors has decided to waive all late fees until December 31, 2021 to encourage owners to pay the fees that are owed. Please check to make sure you didn’t forget to pay your 2021 HOA fees! Contact Barbara Bitler at Towne Properties if you have any questions at email@example.com or 614-781-5139.
If you have not returned your ballot regarding the proposed rental amendment, please send it now! It has come to our attention that some homeowners believe that ballots could not be sent after the August 31 date mentioned in the letter and others believe that if you don’t send in the ballot, your vote is automatically yes. Neither of these is correct. An attorney for the association from Williams and Strohm stated: “It is common practice for Association’s to set a deadline to return ballots and to then reach out to non-responsive owners to seek increased community response. If after those efforts, the Board is able to reach the required threshold the amendment will progress.” Please click this link for a copy of the proposed amendment ballot, complete the ballot and return it to Towne Properties in the mail or by email listed on the Contact Us page.
The HOA uses a management company to handle administrative matters and financial transactions. Click below to pay dues.
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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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