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!
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.
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.
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.
Send a Valentine’s Day Cupcake Gram!
And help support CHV Social Committee funds for 2018 events!
Have someone you want to say “Happy Valentine’s Day” to? Send a sweet treat your neighbor, friend, or that special someone.
Each cupcake gram will be delivered on February 14th and includes 2 cupcakes (one cherry chip and one chocolate) and a personalized message all for only $10.
*Cupcake design may vary from picture. Cupcakes may contain wheat, eggs, gluten, dairy and other food allergens.
***ORDERS HAVE NOW CLOSED***
Happy New Year Cherry Hill Village!!
We hope you enjoyed ending 2017 with such a sweet treat with Christmas in Candy Land. The Social Committee had a tremendous amount of fun planning the event! Walking the trails from Candy Cane Forest up to visiting the Chocolate Swamp, we hope our gingerbread men guided you all the way to Santa’s Candy Castle!
We have already begun planning for 2018 and hope your hearts continue to grow and support us! Social Committee dues can be paid at any time and are valid for one calendar year.
2018 fundraisers and events include:
- Valentine’s Day Cupcake-gram
- Easter Bunny Basket Delivery (with personal egg hunt!)
- Cinco de Mayo Adult Progressive
- School’s Out for Summer
- Summer movie nights…with campout!
- Music in the Park with the Canton Concert Band
- Annual Homebrew Progressive
- Fall Festival Chili Cook-off
- Christmas in the Village
- …and more!!
If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions, please email Social@mychv.com.
Click here to donate.
Thank you to everyone who voted during the amendment election. I want to give you some perspective on the vote totals, and I hope Eric doesn’t judge my math too harshly. (Eric was one of our awesome community volunteers, who is also a high school math teacher).
In CHVI (detached homes) we have 495 residences and needed 330 to respond in the affirmative. Results were:
Yes – 370 (74.7 %)
No – 16 ( 3 %)
In CHVII (attached homes) we have 156 residences and needed 104 to respond in the affirmative. The Results were:
Yes – 120 (76.9)
No – 0
Perspective – 77.7 % of all residences voted, while 145 of 651 homes (or 22 %) did not vote at all. This not only showed an overwhelming support for the amendment to maintain the status quo in maintaining sidewalks and the property that abuts the road by the co-owner, but we achieved real community engagement.
Next – our monthly meeting is tomorrow (Jan. 15, 2018). I only received the agenda a few hours ago. Here it is.
The board meets at 6 pm in the second floor board room of the Canton social services building on Ridge Rd.
We are nearing the end – it is more than in sight:
CHVI – We need 25 more
Yes – 305
NO – 12
Yes – 111
No – 0
CHV Amendment Update:
I’m sure many of you noticed your neighbors last weekend knocking on doors to get neighbors to vote and we’ve had a great response!!! BUT we are not done. We need 118 houses and 6 – yes 6 – more attached condominiums to vote.
Thank you to everyone who has voted. We have collected for CHVI:
212 – Yes
10 – No
We have collected for CHVII:
98 – Yes
0 – No
A Yes vote means you will continue to maintain your sidewalk, grass and tree and the HOA dues don’t rise to pay for additional services. A No vote means you want the HOA to manage the right of way property and you want HOA dues to rise to pay for the additional services. This property is the strip of grass between the sidewalk and curb, the tree and sidewalk.
If you don’t vote, that is the equivalent of voting No.
HOA board members,
Monica Wolfson & Leland Ropp.