A private community in western North Carolina
HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION, INC.
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Annual Meeting Canceled!
Whereas, given the extraordinary health circumstances and the existence of a Federal, State and County states of emergency, we want to follow to the letter the spirit of these public declarations and help protect the health of our community.
Whereas, the Board of Directors of the Fairview Forest Homeowners Association has discussed several options to deal with these circumstances and challenges,
We have decided as follows:
1. The Annual Meeting of the FFHA scheduled for April 4 is canceled.
2. The amount of the FFHA budget for 2020-21 will remain unchanged from the 2019-20 amount previously approved by the FFHA membership. Invoices for annual assessment will go out in May as usual.
3. Current board members will remain until an election can be held that will follow the election process of the FHHA By-Laws and Restrictive Covenants.
4. We will retain an option for an Annual Meeting later in the year, depending on the status of the current state of emergency and on need.
Agreed to by the FFHA Board of Directors on March 18, 2020 by a vote of 4 in favor, 2 against.
The vote on this proposal was agreed to via email vote. The motion was made by Rob Greene and seconded by Mark Batkin.
Community Precautions in Place
Safety measures have been taken in the community in light of the COVID-19 potential threat situation in compliance with CDC guidelines and Buncombe County and State of North Carolina “Stay Home – Stay Safe” declarations.
The state-wide declaration is in effect and will last 30 days until April 30. North Carolina joins 22 other states that have statewide orders in place. They differ broadly in details, but the directive is the same — stay home unless absolutely necessary.
In the community, the Clubhouse is closed and the mailbox shelter area is being sanitized daily. Property owners are being asked to visit the mailbox shelter one person at a time and to practice physical and social distancing with their interactions in the community.
Just a reminder that it is the responsibility of property owners per FFHA Restrictive Covenants to keep culvert on their properties clear of debris. Do a routine check of culverts, especially during leaf seasons and after rains to make sure you can see through the other end.
You are responsible for your trash. If a bear gets into it, please pick it up
and be sure to look over the edge as it may have been dragged down and off the road! Also, do not put your trash at Fairview Cove. If WastePro doesn’t work for you, just take it and your recycling to the Transfer Station. All the details can be found here.