To: Emerald Hills Property Owners,
Subject: Dues Invoices are "In the Mail"
Dues invoices are now being processed for all property owners. The first batch were mailed today, 6/25. Please contact our treasurer at 'email@example.com' if you do not received your invoice by 7/10. Failure to inform us of a change of address may delay your bill resulting in late dues payment which will further result in a late fee.
The news letter below was included with the invoice. It will also be mailed to all renters once invoices have all gone out.
Once again, the Board of Directors would like to thank every resident who has made our neighborhood one of the most desirable places to live in Augusta County. This year the community saw a successful community-wide yard sale, low annual association fees, and 98% compliance on collection of annual fees. Please note that the homeowners’ association is “legally” responsible for collecting dues. According to the covenants, we are required to oversee the upkeep, maintenance, and improvement of Easements and Common Areas. In order to accomplish this, annual assessments are required. Visit our webpage for financial reports at http://ehhoa.info/
Because of the efficient operation of the association over the past few years, the board has voted to lower this year’s annual dues to $40. This rate will allow us to operate at our current level of service while still maintaining our strong reserve. The board appreciates your quick reply in paying your fees. By doing so, it helps keep our administrative cost low and helps the volunteers who lick stamps, send out the letters, and manage the billing process.
The Board of Directors is proud to serve you and is committed to continuing the excellent quality of life we enjoy here in Emerald Hills. Again, thank you very much for your time, patience, and most importantly, your support. We look forward to working with you over the year.
The Board of Directors
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