The annual meeting was tonight, and there were 3 open board seats. Please welcome your new 2010 Villages of Leacroft HOA Board Members:
William Blackburn lives on Dunfield Court with his wife, son, and daughter. He has been a Leacroft resident for 5 years. His family is his #1 priority and since Leacroft is where they call home, that means that Leacroft is also his #1 priority. He wants Leacroft to be a safe place to live and for his children to play.
Jennifer DeMartino lives on Worsley Lane with family which includes 3 children. She has been a Leacroft resident for 4 years. She believes it is important to maintain our neighborhood and represent what the people in the neighborhood want for our community.
Tami Merry lives on Worsley Lane with her husband, son, and two dogs. She thinks that Charlotte is a great place to be and that Leacroft is the perfect location with great schools. She wants to make sure that the neighborhood is well-maintained and supports neighborhood improvements like the prospect of building the club house in the common area.
Frank Keenan and Pamela Wisniewski who were voted onto the HOA Board last year will remain on the Leacroft HOA Board.
Finally, we would also like to thank Vince Smith, Barbara Walbridge, and Monte Chisolm for their invaluable service the past 2 (or more) years. We encourage all Leacroft residents to be involved in our neighborhood. We all chose to live here because we believed Leacroft was a great place to call home. Let’s keep it that way!
A final draft of the CCR’s is now ready and has been posted here for your review:
The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CCRs) for Villages of Leacroft has not been revised or updated since they were originally written by the developer in 1994. A committee of Leacroft residents was formed to work with our legal council and create a revision of the CCR’s to better address the needs of our residents and to comply with the latest laws and standards relating to neighborhood communities. An informational meeting will be held on December 3rd with our paralegal in attendance to answer any questions or comments that you may have.
The Great Vision Church
11901 Eastfield Road
Thursday December 3rd
7: 00 pm.
After the informational meeting, we will finalize the CCR’s and begin the process of obtaining signatures. Modifying the CCR’s requires 67% approval, through signatures in the presence of a notary. We will host a few “signing events” where you will have the opportunity to come sign your approval. Your attendance at these events would be greatly appreciated to minimize the need for going door-to-door with notary publics.
- If you have any feedback or concerns, please plan to attend the December 3rd meeting.
- If you cannot be in attendance, but have feedback to share, please email the board at HOABoard@Leacroft.org or contact a board member directly BEFORE the December 3rd meeting.
It is imperative that we get your feedback so we can move forward with this important process.
Villages of Leacroft