TIME SENSITIVE ANNOUNCEMENT(S):
2020-2021 Cloverdale Board of Directors
Due to Covid-19 Restrictions meeting location change
NEXT Cloverdale Board Meeting – Members’ attendance encouraged
Tuesday July 13, 2021 ZOOM 7:00PM
Questions: Ruth Zebell, Cloverdale President (703) 930-3636
select: Join the meeting TBA
Meeting ID: TBA
The Cloverdale Heights’ Architectural Design Guidelines and Standards
have been updated by the Policy Committee and approved by the Board of Directors.
The new updates are specific to propane, flagpoles, solar, and temporary storage
Architectural Review Applications:
1.) Improvements and
2.) Temporary Storage
3.) just in case Jefferson County Building Permits
(be smart, always check to see if permits are required for your project)
Property Value is up to YOU – please maintain your home and lot.
Property Review Committee Policies and Procedures
WHAT TRIGGERS A RED FLAG FOR FAILING PROPERTY REVIEW?
- Brush Piles
- Downed trees
- Statuesque tree stumps
- Overgrown brush/weeds around the perimeter of your home
- structure damage to your garage, shed and/or fence
- Missing roof shingles
- Missing and/or dirty siding
- Peeling paint: house, window(s), porch, step(s), door(s)
- Broken and/or missing porch spindles, fence gates, panels and/or supports
EDUCATION SESSION –
June 16, 2021 – Wednesday 7PM
West Virginia Organization of Homeowners Associations, Inc.
“How to run a welcoming BOD meeting using Robert’s Rules of Order”
Guest Speaker: Steve Rose, WVOHOA Director and CAI Educator
to attend select: Zoom Registration
ALL MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Participants join a ZOOM meeting with Q&A
Register to subscribe for additional WVOHOA news, information & updates
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The primary role of the Cloverdale Executive Board is to conduct the business of the association, the corporation. This doesn’t just mean approving our budget – it is also developing and enforcing policies. Board members are required to step outside their immediate circle of family and neighbors and make decisions based on the greater good of the community. Solving a homeowner problem is sometimes a daunting task, other times the issue is quite simple.
The Executive Board is in place because you choose from your peers. They follow the governing documents as best as they can, just as you do – after all, they are human and
to err is no reason for retaliatory action.
Please put yourselves in the place you’ve put them.