A private community in western North Carolina
HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION, INC.
Community News Briefs
Property Owners Directory
FFHA, catching up with current technology, has moved the Property Owners Directory online to reduce costs and improve data accuracy. You still have the ability to print a hardcopy if that’s more your style. The directory is password protected; the password was included in a blast email sent to property owners several weeks ago.
Summer Work Underway
Spring and summer work is underway in the community with road and ditch work scheduled for several locations.
Work is slated for Poplar Forest Road and Maple Forest Road. Shoulder improvements are underway now on the main road near the old slide area (below Chestnut Forest Road and above Black Oak Forest Road). There will also focus on several ditches in the neighborhood. Mowing was just completed on the main road.
Assessments Past Due!
The billing for this years HOA assessment was mailed May 1st. The annual assessment — $742.00 — was due June 1st. The budget for fiscal year 2019-20 was presented and approved unanimously by the membership at the Annual Meeting. The Board focuses on operating efficiently and keeping the assessment to a minimum. READ MORE ON ASSESSMENTS
Next Board Meeting
The June FFHA Board Meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 17th at 6 p.m. at the Clubhouse.
Members of the community are invited to attend these monthly meetings where the business of Fairview Forest is conducted.
Covenant Amendment Passes!
The votes are in and I am happy to announce that we surpassed the 2/3 majority required to pass our new covenant. There were only six votes were against it.
Unfortunately, our goal of 100% participation was not reached. Please remember that voting is how we make changes and participate in our democracy. I would like to thank all the board members who worked tirelessly contacting residents, reminding them to vote.
Weeping Cherry Update
Bids have been received for repairs to the washout area on Weeping Cherry Forest Road. The Roads Committee is reviewing a second repair scenario that will save money over the first repair plan. The studies have included assessing options and alternatives after consulting with numerous engineers regarding the best way to complete the work. Stabilization of the slope and storm water management are key to making the repairs.