If you haven’t mailed in your 2018 Assessment please get it post marked by March 31st to avoid a late fee.
Here’s the key info you need to know: $250 due on March 1, 2018 payable to Liberty Lakes Homeowner’s Association (LLHOA) the mailing address is P.O. Box 1714, Powell, OH 43065. Please make sure your property address or lot # is included in the notes/memo line.
Fellow homeowners we would like you to join us for complementary pizza and soda during the annual association meeting being held at 7pm on Wednesday, March 14 at Flyer’s Pizza. We have an exciting agenda this year as we discuss several proposed community improvements check your newsletter mailed to your home.
P.S. The 2018 Assessment Invoice was also mailed to your home. We recommend using your favorite Bill Pay service to send it in. Here’s all the info you need to know: $250 due on March 1, 2018 payable to Liberty Lakes Homeowner’s Association (LLHOA) the mailing address is P.O. Box 1714, Powell, OH 43065. Please make sure your property address or lot # is included in the notes/memo line.
Hi neighbors! As we move from fall to winter please remember we still have a few trees in the community losing their leaves. So, please keep your curb gutters free of leaves and other debris. This ensures our beautiful lakes stay clean and that fresh rain water flows to them keeping them healthy and deep.
Liberty Lakes Homeowners Association Minutes
August 29, 2017
Tyler Run Shelter House
Present: Susan Hayes, Jeff Smith, Bill Carman, Lyna Smith, Greg Cliffel, Ken McAleb
Absent: Amanda Compton, Sam Kocher, Tim Tanis, Brenden Gallagher
Topics of Discussion
Budget and Assessments: Treasurer’s Report presented along with discussion on budget surpluses. Direction to send all billings to the P.O. Box so that payments can be made promptly.
Social: There was discussion of some form of welcome packet that could be put together for new homeowners and provided to the title companies. While there was general thought that it was a good idea, not clear anyone has the current time to do so. Additional thought will be put into this matter. We can revisit it as we get notices of home sales. Limited discussion of Halloween party—food. Will take back up at next meeting to see if there is an interest in putting it together.
Landscape: Ken McAleb is still waiting on bids for work on the pillars. There was a vote to fertilize all trees on Salisbury within our community which was unanimously approved. Discussion of the paths and weeds. Will see about getting them treated so as to kill the weeds. A product called Restore4 was brought up as a solution to the staining problem on the fence line along Liberty.
Lakes: No problems at this time.
Website: Need to get notices up for yard waste and debris not to go into the drainage to the lake and to bring in trash cans after trash day.
Next meeting: The next meeting will be Oct/03/2017 at 6:30 p.m. at Tyler Run Shelter House or TBD if inclement weather.
Present: Susan Hayes, Jeff Smith, Sam Kocher, Amanda Compton, Bill Carman, Brenden Gallagher, Lyna Smith
Topics of Discussion
Budget and Assessments: Budget and 2017 proposed budget provided to all who attended addressing any questions on the income and expenses.
Social: Discussion with those present of priorities for the neighborhood. Discussion of Easter Egg Hunt. Susan will talk with former trustee Tracy Halker on whether they want to put it together for this year. Some discussion on neighborhood block party was had with discussion of why it has not always worked in the past. Mention of the Haloween party or fall party successes of past and will try to put that together in the upcoming year.
Landscape: Discussion about this being the biggest expense for the association and that we are in the final year of the term with the current company. Much praise was given for the current vendor (Hidden Creeks).
Lakes: Amanda reported on the past years expenses with the fountain and that it would be up and running in March or April (as unit is stored over the winter with Aqua Docs). Similar quote for treatment was received and approved. The lakes did well this year with only a couple of complaints on algae.
Website: Notice of meeting will be placed on the site.
New Business: Discussion of WOW cable in the area or ideas of group discounting with some of the problems homeowners have been experiencing with Time Warner now Spectrum. Not certain of coverage area. Will be a matter to take up at the next meeting. Several attendees expressed interest on serving on the board if needed. They will be reached out to for the next meeting to check on interest.
Reminders: Our lakes are catch & release only. Also when mowing the tree lawn to please direct mower inward toward the yard and not into the street. This will help the lakes.
Autumn is coming.
It’s about that time of year when our trees fill up the yards and gutters with leaves. While the leaves clogging the downspouts cause their own trouble, the leaves in the street cause even more for our ponds. Leaves in the gutter can block the storm sewers and cause overflow to fill the ponds with leaves and other gunk. The county does not remove leaves left in the street so they should be mulched into the yard or bagged for removal. This allows the rains full access to the storm sewers and help keep our pond looking great. Thanks in advance for keeping Liberty Lakes beautiful!
Volunteers still needed.
Phase I’s covenant comes due for renewal Dec. 31 of this year. We are looking for residents of Phase I (the oldest section of our neighborhood) to volunteer for a committee to review the covenant for possible changes. Betsy Smith will lead the new committee which will bring any suggestions to the board. Any volunteers should contactBetsy Smith email@example.com.