To The New  “HOA” board.

I posted on the “Next Door site” about the setback legal document.  As noted in the legal document the HOA has the legal right to give a home owner a “variance”. A record of the “variance” should be kept on file for future sale of the property.

 

I notified the previous president about the 100’ rule but he ignored me.

 

As you know Don Gedert is always at the monthly meetings and the board looks to him when giving permission for someone adding a porch onto their home.

Well if the board wants to keep its credibility then it should send a board member over to 419 Dream Way and check the setback. The board approved the porch and garage addition without actually checking the site. That’s derelict of duty on the board’s part.

If my neighbors fix up their property it adds value to the whole community and I like that.

Maybe the board could draft up a VARIANCE paper for 419 Dream Way and mail it to the new home owner.

Note:

The setback is 25’ and the road has 50’ right of way then the house across the street has 25’ for a total of 100’ between homes if both homes are built on the build line.

I think that if you check the site you will find the homes are 100’ apart, so where is the porch?

Hopefully the new board members will be fair.

 

NOTICE:

New Development!

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Of course I just made up these numbers, but I was wondering what was happening with all the money I pay for enforcing the rules and keeping my community looking good.

 

Star Dust Budget

 

 

 

 

Income from dues

 

 

Number of payers

350

 

Dues

$220.00

 

Total

$77,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Expenses

 

 

Description

Total For Year

 

Pool

$20,000.00

3 month a year

Mowing

$18,000.00

7 months a year

Electric

$15,000.00

12 months a year

Water/Sewer

$12,000.00

12 months a year

Labor

$12,000.00

12 months a year

 

 

 

Total

$77,000.00