Monday’s Agenda for HOA board meeting

Here is the agenda for the HOA board meeting on April 16, 2018. The board meets in the second floor board room of the social services building on Ridge Road at 6:00 PM.

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Sidewalks and doors and when will it stop snowing!!!

If anyone attended the annual meeting, in addition to discussion about the master deed amendment (which passed), there were several residents who described injuries they’d sustained from tripping on sidewalks in our neighborhood. While the HOA board conducted inspections three years ago, our Herriman Associates man, Jeff McDuff, will head out this spring and conduct another round of inspections, focusing on safety issues and trip hazards. If you are cited for a trip hazard, it is your responsibility to fix your sidewalk.

As of late, residents have been talking about how to hire a concrete contractor? Not to worry. Mr. McDuff is keeping a list of residents who want to be included in the HOA’s concrete contract. If you contact him at, he’ll come by and inspect your sidewalk, discuss your options and put you on the list. A group concrete contract will save you and the HOA money. The HOA concrete work is normally done in July.

So, while you are checking out your sidewalk, you may decide you need to paint your house or replace your front door.

Work on the outside of your house needs approval from architectural and design committee. Contact them at for more information on what you need to do.

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Cinco de Mayo Adult Progressive – Saturday May 5th @ 7 p.m.

Cinco de Mayo is almost here! Who’s ready to whip up a batch of guacamole?!

To honor Mexico’s victory in the battle at Puebla, we are celebrating CHV style with a neighborhood progressive!

Interested in hosting a stop? Email


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CHV Sub-Wide Garage Sale

The garage sale will run June 1st – June 2nd, from 8imageam to 4pm. Mark your calendars because while the dates themselves may change, it will always be the first weekend in June going forward.

The dates will be posted on the street signs, but you’re also encouraged to promote your sale in any other manner you choose (Craigslist, signage, etc.)

Any additional questions can be sent to

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Report damage and takedown Christmas lights

As the snow melts, you might notice damage to your lawn caused by the landscaping company’s snow plow.

Please report any damage to property manager Jeff McDuff at He is keeping a list of damage within the community and to common elements. The landscaping company will repair damage when they start their spring work.

Second, we’ve received complaints that Christmas hasn’t ended for some residents. While I personally am not offended, some residents are and point out the bylaws that require Christmas decorations to disappear within 30 days.

So, please take down your Christmas lights and other decorations.

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Agenda Available for 3/19/18 meeting

The agenda for Monday’s meeting is now posted. The HOA board meets on 3/19/18 in the second floor boardroom of the Canton Social Services building on Ridge Road. We meet at 6 p.m. and there is  time reserved at the beginning for resident comments. See you there!





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SOLD OUT!!! Easter Bunny Basket Delivery Sign up!!

 Make Easter morning extra special this year! Reserve your spot for our annual Bunny Basket delivery on Sunday, April 1st.
Each family who signs up for the Bunny Basket Delivery will get a personal Easter egg hunt right in their front yard!!!
Either on Easter morning or the evening before, please remember to set out PRE-FILLED Easter Baskets for each child in the home.  The Bunny will hop by to deliver the pre-filled baskets and take time for hugs, snuggles & pose for photographs. In addition, there will be pre-filled eggs hidden in your front yard your child(ren) can search for with the bunny.
The Bunny has time to stop at 20 homes.  The spots are determined on a first come, first serve basis.  Times will range from 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.  Please indicate whether you prefer an early or late time.  We will do our best to honor each request, but cannot assure you that your chosen time hasn’t already been taken.  One week prior to delivery, we will email each participant to narrow down your delivery time.
This is a fundraiser for future events and the donation for the occasion is $15 for each family (not each child) for those who have paid 2018 Social Committee dues.  For families who have not paid 2018 dues, the donation is $20 per family (not per child). Social Committee dues are good for one calendar year (Jan. 1 – Dec. 31).
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HOA board meeting agenda for 2.19.18 available

The HOA meets on Monday, February 19, 2018 in the Canton Social Services building on Ridge Road and Cherry Hill in the 2nd floor board room at 6 pm. The stairwell is locked, so you have to take the elevator.

There will be a special presenter at the start of the meeting. Jill Engel , Executive Director of the Partnership for the Arts and Humanities, will make a special presentation about the Village Arts Factory (old Ford Factory on Ridge Rd.). The organization has a fundraiser planned for March 3 at the Village Theatre.

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Please shovel you sidewalks

Homeowners are responsible for removing snow from sidewalks. The management company sent out a memo reminding residents of their responsibility. Snow Removal Reminder-Memo to CHV I Residents 02-09-18. Please remove snow in a timely manner. The management company has received several complaints about residents not clearing snow.


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Reserving Parks for private functions

Although it’s January, we’ve already had inquiries about booking the parks for summer events. Residents are allowed to use the parks for functions and simply need to make the arrangements with our management company. There is a letter in the HOA Documents section that explains the process. In the same area is the reservation application.

Reservations are required so that sprinklers can be shut off so that parties aren’t ruined with unexpected irrigation.

Parks can be reserved at no charge, although residents would have to retain the appropriate insurance required.

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