Committee organization and meetings:
Committees determine internal structure of committee, including director positions
Volunteers must attend two consecutive meetings to be considered a member and be allowed to vote
Committees shall prepare a mission statement detailing goals and committee function. This information shall be posted on the website.
Chair persons shall be elected annually from within the committee.
Committee meetings must take place at least quarterly.
Minutes of each meeting must be taken and posted to the website after approved by committee at next meeting.
Committee chairs must notify the homeowners regarding meeting times and location by posting to the website.
Members may only be the Chair of one committee, and may only be an Officer in two committees.
All committee chairs must contact new volunteers within ten days of receiving a request for information.
All committee meetings are open to any homeowner who would like to attend, even if they do not wish to join the committee at that time.
Each committee shall contribute a small article or notice for each newsletter by the deadline time. This may be just a few words, or a detailed article.
Committee chairs must attend each quarterly committee meeting, or assign another member from the committee to attend.
Expenditures must be approved by committee as a group, and so noted in the minutes.
Committee chairs are the only committee members that shall submit reimbursement requests to the management company. Reimbursements shall be made to the committee member or volunteer who made the purchase, but all reimbursement requests must be made by Chair of the committee.
Committee chair shall keep a record of all reimbursement requests.
Each committee shall submit their request for budget items and costs by June of each year.
Name , email@example.com
- To work towards increased property values in the community by educating and encouraging owners in the community to keep their properties well maintained, through articles in newsletters and yard-of-the-month programs.
- Be the eyes of the community for irrigation problems that require emergency attention.
To get more information or to join the committee email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Foster a cohesive community by organizing fun, interesting events for the entire community so neighbors can meet and socialize each other.
Examples of Subcommittees of the Social Committee:
- Welcome (or Hospitality) Committee
Examples of Activity Groups:
- Mothers Day Out
- Mens Poker Night
To get more information or to join the committee email social@foxwoodglen.
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Samantha Knurbein, email@example.com
- Initiates and organizes welcome packets for the new homeowners in the community.
To get mor information or to join the committee email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cindy Carmack, email@example.com
- Enhance safety awareness in the community.
- Take a leadership role in working with local law enforcement and organizing a crime-prevention network of block captains for every street in the neighborhood so that residents may watch out for one another.
- Investigate the latest ideas and trends in both property crimes and crimes against persons and how to prevent those types of crimes in the community, and communicating this information to the community.
To get more information or to join the committee email safety@@foxwoodglen.com.