The Summit Chase Cluster Association Board of Directors commissioned an engineering and arbor study of the common areas due to concerns about excessive erosion and run off storm water effecting common property and individual homeowners. The study is available below for you to review how it will effect your property and the common areas. Please review and forward any questions to TWC Management. The board will address these questions at the annual meeting September 13, 2017. Please plan to attend the annual meeting for this discussion as well as the election of officers and discussion of the budget.
Arbor Study and Survey
EarthMan Drainage and Erosion Report
The Board of Directors invites all members to the Annual Meeting of the Summitt Chase Cluster Association for 5:30 pm Wednesday September 13, 2017. The meeting is held at the tot lot. This is an opportunity for members to review the financial health of the association, find out what the board accomplished and is planning for the next year.
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The Summitt Chase Board of Directors made arrangements with a paving contractor to do asphalt repairs, crack seal, and seal coat work on Autumn Ridge Circle (the part that is owned by the cluster). The board realizes this work is … Continue reading
The Board of Directors is happy to announce the completion of the updates to our Bylaws, Regulations, and Handbook. The board worked closely with the association’s attorney for several years to bring our documentation into compliance with current laws.
The updated documentation can be found at: Summitt Chase Handbook
NOTE: Please discard any past copies of the Bylaws, Parking Regulations, and Trash Regulations. The changes in the handbook supersede all other documentation.
The Annual Member Meeting will be held on Wednesday September 14th at 6 pm at the Community tot lot
Pizza and drinks will be provided
AAA Trash (Republic Services) does not pickup trash or recycling on major holidays. Summit Chase will not have trash removal on:
- Thursday, November 26, 2015 (Thanksgiving Day)
or recycling pickup on:
- Friday, December 25, 2015 (Christmas Day)
- Friday, January 1, 2016 (New Years Day)
Please do not place trash or recycling at the curb on these days. There are no “make up” days, so hold your trash and recycling until the next schedule day (Trash is picked up on Mondays and Thursdays; Recycling on Fridays).
Christmas Tree removal is scheduled for the first two weeks in January on Wednesdays.
AAA Trash’s Holiday Schedule Flyer
The Summit Chase Board of Directors wishes everyone a happy and safe holiday season.
These are the scheduled board meetings for 2015/2016:
- November 10, 2015 (general business plus discussions about updates to the bylaws, parking, contracts, and 2016 Budget)
- February 16, 2016
- April 12, 2016 **
- July 12, 2016
All meetings are scheduled on Tuesday nights for the Armstrong Elementary School Library (when available) and begin at 7:00 pm. Please check the website for any updates or changes to a date and/or location.
These are the scheduled board meetings for 2014/2015:
- November 11, 2014 (general business plus discussions about updates to the bylaws, parking, and trash)
- December 9, 2014 (only if needed for extra discussions about bylaws, parking, and trash)
- February 10, 2015
- April 7, 2015
- July 14, 2015
All meetings are scheduled for the Armstrong Elementary School Library and begin at 7:00 pm. Please check the website for any updates for any changes to a date and/or location.
This morning a few board members met with a representative of Colonial Pipeline to discuss upcoming tree trimming and tree removal. The board was informed that Colonial intends to complete this work on Thursday September 25th or Friday September 26th.
Colonial is required by federal law to maintain the easement, which means they must trim or remove trees or shrubs that encroach on the easement. A number of trees on common and private property will be trimmed or removed as part of this work. Colonial is supposed to notify the homeowners who are to be impacted. The board plans to take this opportunity to make improvements to the impacted areas. Your corporation during this work will be greatly appreciated.