A Homeowners Association (HOA) is typically a corporation specified as a not-for-profit organization established by a community. The Associationis made up of all homeowners within the community and is managed by a Board of Directors.
The Association establishes and subsequently enforces rules regarding what is and is not acceptable for community standards as well as designates how money is spent on commonly owned property.
The overall objective of the HOA is to protect the rights of all in the community. Pursuant to 7A-38.3F, association members may initiate voluntary mediation in an effort to resolve a dispute with the association. Please note that the dispute cannot be related to assessments and both parties must agree to participate in the mediation. What is the Board of Directors?
The Kendrick Farm HOA Board of Directors is an elected group of residential members that are charged with making decisions that are in the best interest of the community as a whole. Up until May 2012 the Board had 5 seats with two held by residents, and the other three held by Provident Development Company. As of our first election held in May 2012, there were 3 residential seats and the developer was no longer on the Board. At the second election held May 2013, the number of board seats was increased to 5, all held by residents.
The current 2021 Board consists of the following 5 residents: Sam Robinson-President, Janel Larter-Secretary, Beth Turnabe-Treasurer, BJ Christmas, and Nick Rowland.
Company names associated with Kendrick Farm...
Cedar Management Group is the HOA management company that is contracted to handle all of the daily administrative duties for the HOA. They process concerns, collect dues, pay bills, and filter information/requests back to the Board for consideration. They conduct a routine monthly inspection of the community and send letters for noted violations. Their phone number is 704-644-8808.
The most recent home builders in Kendrick Farms was True Homes and LGI. Craft Homes and C.P. Morgan were both prior builders in the community as well. The builder purchases lots from the developer or holding company and then builds a house on the lot for the homeowner.
I have a issue with my neighbor that I am unable resolve. How do I have the issue addressed?
The management company handles all homeowner complaints. The issue is either handled directly by them according to the Covenants or it is referred to the HOA Board for further review. Please keep in mind that they can only address things that are specific to the Covenants.
There is an issue in my community that needs attention. Who do I report that to?
To report a violation email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To report a maintenance concern email: email@example.com
How can I get in touch with the Board of Directors?
Any matters that need Board review should be placed in writing and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org so they can be properly documented and considered.
The Board of Directors meets regularly and would like to make available during the meeting, a time to address concerns that homeowners would like to discuss in person. If you wish to speak at a board meeting to offer a suggestion or address a concern, please contact the management company to request this opportunity. They will provide you the board meeting date, time, and location. Please understand, you must contact the board in advance to be entered on the agenda for the evening.
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