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HOA meeting, Pool Closure, 4th of July Party!
Posted on Jun 25th, 2015 Comments (0)

HOA Meeting
The Annual HOA Meeting is fast approaching. The meeting will be held on July 22nd at 7pm and is currently planned to be at Next door Pizza.  
 
Some of the Agenda items will be:
 
This year we have VP & Secretary positions up for election.  
 
Vice-President. The Vice-President shall act in the place instead of the President in the event of his/her absence, inability, or refusal to act, and shall perform all such other duties as required by the Board, including enforcement of the Covenants and Restrictions, and shall serve as the chair of the Architectural Review Board referred to in Article XI of these ByLaws.
 
Secretary - The Secretary shall record the votes and keep the minutes of all meetings and proceedings of the Board and of the members; keep the corporate seal of the Association, if any; serve notice of meetings of the Board and of the members; keep appropriate current records showing the members of the Association together with their addresses, and shall perform such other duties as required by the Board.
 
Budget Secretarial and Architectural Review Board update. 
 
Grounds, Pool and Activities Coordinators will also provide updates for their respective areas. 
 
If you have anything you would like to make sure that is added to the Annual HOA agenda please contact Chris through the Monarch View’s website.
 
 
 
Pool Update
 
As the years goes by there comes a time where things need maintenance, currently that is our pool. Our electric panel was installed in our pump room which holds lots of moisture and chemicals and through the years has corroded our electric panel. We are working with KCPL and the City and unfortunately have no other choice but to replace our electric panel. This means we will have to shut the pool down for what we hope is just a day. We are replacing the entire 200 amp service and will have to shut the electricity down at the pool. We ask while this is happening you respect the pool and the pool area being closed. Once we have a date we will email everyone and post signs at the pool.
 
 
Social committee announcement: RSVP NEEDED.
We are trying something new and are going to have some 4th of July activities.
We will start with a 4th of July parade at 9am, more details to come. Then at 11am the social committee will provide hot dogs and hamburgers at the pool for a pool/bbq party.
We are asking that each neighbor bring a side dish to share.
In order for this activity to happen we will need you to rsvp by June 28th. There is a sign up at the pool or you can add your name and number of guest in your party to the MV Facebook page.
It is possible that this activity will be cancelled if there is not enough interest.
 
 
The Pool, POA Board Positions & MVPOA Dues
Posted on May 22nd, 2015 Comments (0)
The Pool is open
A few friendly reminders!
 
Pool Hours
Open Monday — Friday: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM
 
You MUST have a pool key to enter the pool area.  All homeowners must have their dues paid and in good standing in order to use the pool.
 
Please visit our website at http://www.monarchviewpoa.com/info.php?pnum=9 to learn more about our pool rules. Remember this is our community's pool and with your help we can make this a great season. 
 
Landscaping
 The landscaping crew will be installing rock around the pool house – please be courteous while they are working.
After the pool house is done they will start cleaning up our entrances and adding rock as well. Please note that they may have some entrances blocked during this process.
 
Election Time
 It’s that time of year where new elections happen.
This year we have VP & Secretary whose positions are up for election.   
If you think you would like to volunteer or at least learn what goes on during a POA meeting, please contact us.
 
Vice-President. The Vice-President shall act in the place instead of the President in the event of his/her absence, inability, or refusal to act, and shall perform all such other duties as required by the Board, including enforcement of the Covenants and Restrictions, and shall serve as the chair of the Architectural Review Board referred to in Article XI of these ByLaws.
 
Secretary - The Secretary shall record the votes and keep the minutes of all meetings and proceedings of the Board and of the members; keep the corporate seal of the Association, if any; serve notice of meetings of the Board and of the members; keep appropriate current records showing the members of the Association together with their addresses, and shall perform such other duties as required by the Board.
 
 
Homeowners with Outstanding MVPOA Dues as of May 2015
Reminder: You must pay your 2015 dues as the property lien process is starting. Property liens will be placed on the properties of those who have not settled their debt. Balance due amounts will then include an additional $50 late fee, $217 for legal fees and will accrue 1% interest monthly.
Homeowners not in good standing are unable to use the pool, pond, playground or attend any MVPOA sponsored event until dues are paid.

Below is the current list of homeowners with unpaid dues as a friendly reminder:
 
Lot  14  Fulghem,
2308 SW Westminster Dr.
 
Lot  51  Taylor,
2697 SW Regal Dr.
 
Lot 116  Pettus,
2841 SW Carlton Dr.
 
Lot 128  Denson,
2405 SW Kenwill Dr.
 
Lot 190  Ahloe,
2620 SW Carlton Dr
 
Lot 209  Curtis,
2712 SW Carlton Dr
 
Lot 228  Calahan,
2513 SW Kristin Dr
 
 
 
Monarch View News & Reminders.
Posted on May 8th, 2015 Comments (0)

Monarch View News
 
 

 
 
We would like to say a big Congratulations to our first yard of the month winner!   
We know a lot of homeowners take pride in their yards and we definitely thank them for that.
With well-kept yards comes a well-kept home which means our home values will hopefully keep soaring.
 
With that being said, over the last week we have had a few complaints regarding yards in the neighborhood. Once we receive a complaint we cruise the neighborhood looking for similar issues.
Many of the issues relate to unmowed grass that exceeds the HOA limit, overgrown weeds and dead trees and shrubs. In lieu of sending out violations, we are asking homeowners to take a moment and look at your yard and landscaping and clean out any debris, remove any dead bushes, weeds, etc. 
 
Let’s do what we can to be neighborly and keep Monarch View looking its best!
 
Covenant Reminder
“Weeds and grass shall not exceed 8” in height. Each lot shall be kept cleared of dead shrubs and trees. No lot owner or tenant shall dump or permit the dumping of rubbage, waste, refuse, debris or garbage or similar materials within the land herein described. Firewood used in a wood stove or fireplace shall not be stored anywhere on the front side of any lot including on the driveway. Firewood must also be neatly stacked in a single area behind the front foundation line of the dwelling.”
 
 
 
It’s getting that time of the year – POOL TIME!!!!!!
We know we have a lot of new homeowners in Monarch View and if you are in need of a new pool card Connie will be at the pool in our new and improved pool room registering for new pool cards.  
The dates to get a pool key are May 14th 5-7pm and May 17th 2-4pm.
 
 

Upcoming Events
4th of July
Saturday, July 4, 2015
We are trying something new and are going to have some 4th of July activities. We will start with a 4th of July parade at 9am, more details to come....
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May Yard of the Month
Congratulations!
 

Yard of the Month
 
Introducing the Yard of the Month! 
 
This new program recognizes the efforts of homeowners that demonstrate a clear and consistent desire to maintain or improve their properties and whose efforts are a model and inspiration for the neighborhood or others to follow. Winners receive a special sign to place in their front yard for the month they are featured.  
 
We are looking for the best curb appeal (lawns, shrubs, flowers, and trees).  Key criteria includes manicured yard, beautification, originality, and creativity.  The upkeep of the yard can reflect the efforts of the homeowner themselves or that of a professional landscaper or groundskeeper.  
 
If you would like to nominate a neighbor for Yard of the Month please submit their address through the Contact Us page.  
 
This new program will run from May to September.