Living in Village on the Green
We started concrete repairs 09/04/2015 to buildings 4 & 5 on Heather Glen. This is the area in front of 4900-4912 and 4848-4836 Heather Glen.
The concrete has been torn out in order to pour new concrete. The concrete company will return on Tuesday to pour the new concrete.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause you. We hope to have all of these repairs completed by next week.
The board of directors has recently approved an estimate for a large “clean up” project in regards to the landscape at Village on the Green. We recently hired a new landscape company and have been working diligently with him to come up with a list of items that need detailed attention now and landscape enhancements planned for the Fall. These efforts will take place in two phases. Phase 1 of our project is scheduled to begin on Monday, September 8th and will take 4-6 weeks to complete. The clean up includes redefining lines in all bed areas both common and townhomes in order to create a healthy and attractive separation. They will be cutting and removing ground cover that has grown into surrounding shrubs and onto buildings. They will also be removing groundcover from unintended areas and trimming back any shrubs that are growing outside the bed areas. Trees will be trimmed to an 8” canopy and tree shoots will be removed to allow for more sunlight to allow the turn and beds to grow stronger and healthier. Phase 2 of this project will take place later in the Fall as now is not a good time to plant trees, shrubs, sod or flowers due to the heat, water restrictions and advisement of our professional services. You should see many changes coming over the next few months and we hope that everyone is encouraged and happy with the end results.
"Village on the Green is excited to welcome Brian Cupido as our new Courtesy Officer. Brian's duties will include enforcement of pool rules including proper times to be in the pool, checking for glass containers, visible alcoholic beverages, pets in pool, bicycles and other posted rules. He will also oversee the enforcement of street parking, overnight parking and illegal parking and overall patrolling the neighborhood. He will be uniformed and easy to spot. We are very excited to have Tom and board and know that he will make a positive contribution to the community. If you have any questions, please contact Sonya Mokry-Rees at email@example.com or 214-368-4030.
“A Board Meeting of the Village on the Green Homeowner’s Association will be held Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM. The meeting will take place at Market Street Café located at 6100 West Eldorado Parkway, McKinney, Texas 75070. The meeting will be held on the second floor in the enclosed room called the Cooking School. This is a Board of Directors meeting for the purpose of reviewing the Association’s financial and operating activity as well as any other Association business. The Executive Session, although closed to homeowners, will be held to discuss delinquent homeowner accounts.
If time allows, the board may offer a short open discussion period for those in attendance. If there are any matters you wish to bring before the board, or you have any questions regarding the board meeting or your Association, please contact Sonya Mokry-Rees at 214-265-6481 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Agenda for Next Board Meeting
Current Village on the Green Home Owners Association Board members are:
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