The Lake Ridge Meadows homeowners control the association via a volunteer, homeowner elected Board of Directors. As fellow homeowners, the same motivation is shared to ensure that our investment in our homes is looked after while protecting and preserving the rights of all homeowners.
The role of the Board of Directors is to supervise the organization and maintain the common areas. The Board brings continuity and order to the neighborhood, preserves the architectural integrity and maintains the common elements in order to protect the neighborhood’s property values. The board’s powers and duties normally include things such as:
- Enforcement of the DCCRs
- Filing the Annual Report
- Filing Taxes
- Purchasing Insurance
- Contracting for goods or services for the common areas or for the association
- Delegating its powers to any committees, officers or employees of the association authorized by the governing documents
- Preparing budgets and financial statements
If you are interested in volunteering to be on the Board of Directors, contact us or stop by the next Homeowners Association board meeting. Quarterly board meetings are held on the second Thursday of the first month of each quarter at 6:00 pm at the Woods Chapel United Methodist Church (places, dates and times are subject to change).