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Message From the HOA President
Posted on Jun 27th, 2019

On behalf of the Board and the HOA at large, I’d like to thank those arranging these innovative new events, like Therese Casterline for “Party on the Porch” or Garrett Walker for FRIDAY NIGHT COUNTRY CONCERTS. They highlight some of the new ways we’ve all come together. We’ve volunteered to help others through the Neighbors in Need. We’ve awarded efforts to entertain and enjoy the time spent at home with prizes/gift cards to the winners of our photo and fort contests.
 
Now, more than ever, the spirit of community here is alive and growing. The Board has attempted to continue to offer, within the limits of the Governor and City’s guidance, the services we have all come to expect and rely on.
 
We challenged ourselves and our partners to find a way to operate our pools safely and efficiently. Both pools opened before Memorial Day and now continue to operate under the new convention. We are excited to have recently opened the slides and splashpad at the Family Pool. I hope everyone was excited to see the ongoing landscaping upgrades at the Adult Pool.
 
We’re continuing to upgrade our technology at the pools, revamping our wifi there in the coming weeks and redoing the cameras and video security. We also plan some painting and other improvements for our buildings.
 
Additionally, our plans for the proposed Ethridge Living Barrier continue to develop. We have identified locations for new monuments to demark our community as we do at our entrance. We’ll be posting these on the website to share in the future. We’re interested in your input. Please share your thoughts and ideas so we can begin exploring how we can further improve our neighborhood over the next few months.
 
Please stay safe and well.