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HOA Board Positions
Posted on Mar 1st, 2016 Comments (1)
There are several Board positions that will be available at the annual homeowners meeting.  It will be imperative to fill the President and Vice President spots first.  The Vice President spot has been vacant for the past year and could be filled now if anyone is interested.  We have been advertising these positions for some time now with the hope of having people begin participating now so we can have a seamless transition.  If you are interested in either position, our next HOA meeting will be April 26.
 
Positions are a 2 year term and you can find additional information in our By-Laws located on our website.  If you are considering volunteering it would be extremely helpful if you have looked over the By-Laws, Protective Covenants, and Restrictions.  It is also important for volunteers to understand that subdivision needs doers, not just someone to fill a seat.
 
The President shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors; shall see that orders and resolutions of the Board are carried out; shall sign all leases, mortgages, deeds and other written instruments, and shall co-sign all checks and promissory notes.
 
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.
Most importantly the VP helps guide where we go with the subdivision.
 
Annual HOA dues
Posted on Jan 4th, 2016 Comments (0)
You should be receiving your invoices in the mail this week for your annual HOA dues - Annual dues are $396 and are due on January 31st.
 
For your convenience, you can now pay using PayPal on our website for a total of $407.78 ($396 + $11.78 PayPal fee). 
 
Last year we had to add an additional 2 liens in our subdivision and have one current homeowner in collections. 
 
Note from Lees Summit Police Department
Posted on Sep 22nd, 2015 Comments (0)
Here is PSA from LSPD:
On 9/15 in Monarch View there was an unlocked car parked in the driveway it was rummaged through and the garage door opener was found and used to open the garage door.  The suspect entered the garage and stole the vehicle parked inside.  The keys were left in the vehicle and the victim’s wallet was inside it too. Therefore, the suspect racked up some charges on the victim’s credit cards before the victim realized what had happened.
 
This was a crime of opportunity. If the car in the driveway had not been left unlocked, the suspect would’ve skipped over this home and targeted someone else who had unlocked cars in the driveway and/or a garage door left open overnight. 
 
The best crime prevention tips for this series of break-ins (we’ve had a few all over town) is to do the following:
1.    Lock vehicle doors. Take valuables with you.
2.    Don’t leave keys in vehicles.
3.    Hide garage door openers so they’re not visible when someone looks in your vehicle windows. 
4.    Visually inspect garage door before going to bed. Make sure no one accidentally left it open. 
5.    Lock the door going from your attached garage into your home. This door is vulnerable if a garage door is accidentally left open. Treat it the same as your front door (solid wood or metal with a Grade 1 quality deadbolt lock with at least a 1 ½” throw). 
6.    Report suspicious activity in your neighborhood by calling 911.
 
If you are interested in the crime stats you can check www.raidsonline.com
 
 

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