|SUNDANCE GAZETTE - EARLY 2002
Construction of Roads and Website Coming Soon
NEW WEBSITE MAKES FINDING ANSWERS MUCH EASIER
www.sundance-missions.com is the place to find the answers to most question about your community. The Association website is now on-line and will serve as an informational tool for both current residents and prospective owners. The website will save time and effort of Board members by making facts about Sundance readily available at any time of the day or night. There is also a link on the site to contact the Association with inquiries. There is even a map of the community and a Lost & Found section on the site. Next time you log on, go to your community website and save it as a favorite source for future reference. A number of residents were involved in compiling the information for the website and their input is greatly appreciated.
ANNUAL PICNIC PLANNED FOR FEBRUARY
The annual Sundance community picnic will be held on Sunday, February 17th from 12:30 to 2pm in the large common area. The event has been pushed back to February due to the pending road improvements and to allow enough time to organize the event. Volunteers are needed!! We need help with the planning of the picnic, the purchasing and pickup of gifts, supplies and food, games for the kids, and a phone committee to contact residents. Please call the Association if you can give an hour or two to assist.
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THE SPEED LIMIT IN SUNDANCE IS 15 MPH.
PARKING ON ANY GRASSY AREA IS NOT PERMITTED.
GARBAGE PICKUP IS MONDAY & THURSDAY ONLY.
LEAVE LIGHTS ON AT NIGHT FOR SAFETY.
ASSOCIATION APPROVES ROAD IMPROVEMENTS
The Board of Directors of the Association met during the fall months to discuss issues for the annual meeting in November and the needed improvements to the roadways in the community. The Association also welcomed Peter Guter to the Board. Peter will serve the term held by Richard Ruben who has relocated. The website, www.sundance-missions.com, is up and running.
Following the review of several bids submitted and extensive research into the work to be done, the Board has contracted Driveway Maintenance, Inc. to do the improvements to all of the roads in Sundance. The project will begin some time in January or February and is expected to take approximately two weeks to complete. This project will cause some inconvenience due to the narrow streets in the complex, but every effort will be made to keep this inconvenience to a minimum. Once the dates are established for the project, all homeowners will be advised. The good news arising out of the annual meeting is that careful management of the Association funds will allow funding for this project without any special assessments to the owners. During the annual meeting, Elizabeth Bowers, Jack Gervais, and Henry Betancourt were re-elected to new three year terms on the Board of Directors. Following the general meeting, the Board met briefly to re-elect Mike Robbie as President, Jack Gervais as Vice-President, Julie Alaimo as Secretary, and Norma Sullivan as Treasurer for the next year. The voting was unanimous. Several residents discussed issues regarding graffiti and trash around the entry area and issues involving home improvements. All concerns were addressed by the Board and taken into consideration for future meetings.
The Architectural Committee continues to follow up on earlier notices sent to owners regarding improvements and repairs to their property. A general canvas of the community will be scheduled for early in the new year. All owners are urged to review their own property and make any needed improvements before notices are necessary. Questions should be directed to the website and Association email address or phone. During the passed few months the Association has also repaired several street lights, repaired damage to the sprinkler system, and removed weeds from the entry area and graffiti from the exterior walls. Homeowners interested in serving on the Board of Directors or on the Architectural Committee are urged to contact the Association.