At last month’s HOA Board of Directors meeting, the Board voted to establish a three-member Covenants Committee to review and approve architectural applications. While some of the more complex applications may still require a full board vote, the new committee was designed to improve the timeliness of feedback to owners and, to the extent possible, approve applications between meetings.
The board members on this new Covenants Committee are Jonnette Fisher (Chair), Kelly Harris, and Walter Bayer. They are already hard at work reaching out to owners on various pending projects.
Chapel Grove’s Community Easter Egg Hunt will be on Sunday, March 26th at 3pm. The event will be held at the Chapel Grove Pool House.
We are hoping the weather cooperates, but if not then the rain date is Sunday, April 2nd.
Please join us for what promises to be a fun afternoon.
The Chapel Grove Homeowner’s Association has a new pool management company for the 2023 swim season, Ace Aquatics.
Ace Aquatics is now hiring lifeguards. Please see the poster below for details.
At the last HOA board meeting, the board voted to update the interior of the Chapel Hill pool house with new paint, tiling, lighting, and fixtures. As a result, in the near future you will see contractors working at the pool house. The renovation work should take approximately four weeks to complete.
ProCom and the board are also meeting with contractors to discuss future work on the exterior of the pool house, including replacing some of the concrete around the pool.
We hope to have all of this work completed in time for the reopening of the pool on Memorial Day weekend.
You may have noticed a dead tree leaning over the pathway along Strawberry Lake Way between Lamoka Drive and Killarney Terrace. The Board voted last week to remove this hazard and the tree itself was removed by contractors yesterday.
The board also wants to note that repairs to the fencing around the three townhouse retention ponds have been completed. Some of the posts and rails had been damaged by storms and animals.
The board plans to review options to replace this wood fencing with metal fencing at some point in the future, similar to the new metal fencing surrounding the retention ponds near the single-family homes. While the county is responsible for repairing/replacing the fencing around the seven retention ponds near the single-family homes, the HOA is responsible for the three retention ponds near the townhouses.
The next Chapel Grove HOA board meeting will take place next Wednesday, February 8th, at 6:30pm via Zoom.
We are using the 2023 Zoom link mailed to home owners earlier. However, if you need the Zoom link, you can find it on the calendar within the Chapel Grove Portal. The calendar is located under the “About Us” tab.
On January 12th, contractors are scheduled to replace the wood chips at all three of Chapel Grove’s playgrounds – the pool house area, Arkblack Terrace, and Killarney Terrace. The playgrounds will be closed during this work. In addition, please be mindful of the contractor equipment and allow room for the contractors to conduct their work.
We appreciate your cooperation.
The Chapel Grove Homeowners Association would like to inform the community of the results from the 2022 Annual Meeting. The two candidates, Walter Bayer and Kelly Harris, were elected by acclimation to each serve three-year terms. Congratulations to Walt & Kelly and thank you for your service to the community.
Chapel Grove HOA Board of Directors
This is just a reminder to all of the townhouse owners and tenants/renters as we enter the holiday season. Visitor parking is for guests only who do not own or rent property in the Chapel Grove community.
— Townhouse owners/renters without a garage either have a two-car driveway in front of their townhouse or are assigned two reserved spaces.
— Townhouse owners/renters with garages and driveways shall only be used for parking vehicles by an owner(s), his lessees, or guests. Garages and driveways shall not be used for storage to the extent that such storage prevents the parking of two vehicles.
Resident-owned or operated vehicles are not allowed to park in visitor-marked spaces and are subject to immediate tow without warning.
Thank you in advance for adhering to the Chapel Grove HOA parking policy.
If you are Zooming into the December 6 rescheduled Annual Meeting and forgot the Zoom address, you can find it on the Chapel Grove Portal under the “About Us” tab in the Calendar section on the date of the meeting (December 6).