MESSAGE FROM THE HOA BOARD PRESIDENT & VICE-PRESIDENT REGARDING 2019 ANNUAL MEETING
We had an informative annual meeting last night where neighbors exchanged ideas, got to know one another and received updates on our community. Thank you to the board, our committee chairs and members, and the Fairfield Police Department for their work throughout the year and at last night’s meeting.
And a HUGE thank you, with much appreciation, to the Kelly Company! Our partners at the Kelly Company are not only our point-people when dealing with residents, but they work behind-the-scenes to solve problems and meet community challenges in many more ways than most people realize. This group, especially Priscilla and Nicole, work tirelessly on our behalf, often during evenings, and have the unenviable task of communicating the procedures and regulations that we have agreed upon as a collective community. We appreciate their hard work and as we reflect on 2019, we want to acknowledge their important role in our HOA.
One unfortunate announcement at last night’s meeting was that we still have not received a quorum of ballots for the HOA Board, therefore the deadline to vote has been extended to Nov. 13. Electing the HOA Board is crucial and we urge everyone to submit a vote. If you misplaced your ballot, contact the Kelly Company at 707/447/7797. This is an important function of our community and voting for the board allows community volunteers to help our neighborhood. Please take the time to cast a ballot. --Robert Schuster and Joy Baltaxe
As a reminder to all residents, our CCRs do not allow the use of homes for short-term rentals (common through the use of services such as Airbnb). The CCRs state: "No Owner shall be permitted to lease or rent his Lot for transient or hotel purposes, which shall include, but not be limited to rental for any period less than 30 days."
The Board recently approved an upgrade of the HOA's security camera systems. This is part of an ongoing effort to utilize the latest technology and invest in the security of our community. Please be aware that beginning October 21, contractors will be working on cameras and gates may be open periodically to allow them to perform the installation. Please drive carefully to ensure the safety of the contractors.
Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.