Omni has compiled the amenity survey results and the Board is reviewing the results. Some of the feedback received is that most residents prefer email for communication instead of website updates, so this Latest News link will not be updated as often as in the past. Don’t forget to sign up for HOA email blasts to stay in the loop. Please also check your spam/junk folders because sometimes HOA messages have been going there. If you have questions on how to sign up for HOA email blasts send a message to email@example.com
Thank you to everyone that attended the Spring into Summer Bash! It was a night of fun, filled with music, multiple inflatables, face painting, balloon animals, food, and most importantly hanging out with neighborhood friends and meeting new neighbors. We received a lot of positive feedback and are so happy the event was a success!
Homeowners were mailed an amenity survey to gather information to help us make decisions going forward. Residents began receiving these the week of April 19. If you do not receive one please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We value your input and encourage you to fill out the survey. You may send completed surveys to email@example.com or turn it in at the Annual meeting on May 10, 2021.
The Board met tonight and due to the issues with the voting packet for the new courts & loan (pages are illegible, confusing documents, late arrival, no place for address, etc), we decided not to use the current packet. Omni agreed to refund the HOA for the mailing.
The Board will develop a new questionnaire and voting packet that will be mailed out at a later date. The new packet will better explain the proposed new courts & loan, as well as additional questions to gain neighborhood input on other items. We will use the votes from the new packet to make decisions going forward. We will keep you updated regarding the new mailout when we have more information.
If you are doing some spring cleaning and trying to figure out what to do with items you no longer need, you may be interested in our neighborhood yard sale. The Crystal Springs community sale is the second Saturday in June. This year the date is June 12, 2021.
We are transitioning to a new Property Manager within Omni. Her name is Alicia Reece. Instead of residents having to keep track of different email addresses when Omni personnel changes, a new email address was created and messages will automatically go to our current Property Manager. The new email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and can be used effective immediately. Please use this new email address for any questions or to report issues/concerns. Omni will continue to forward the Board any messages requiring Board approval/input.
The winners for the 2021 Crystal Springs HOA Board Election are Kyle Buckner, Lacie Couzin, Josh Culver, and Mack Skaggs. Their term begins today, April 1. They will join existing Board members Hend Sherif, Whitney Forbis, and Lindsay Nix.
Thank you to the outgoing Board members Joe Flamion, Debra Rowe, Josh Hillman, and John Darr for your service. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone that ran and voted. We had a record number of 434 households vote which is more than four times the typical number. We appreciate each of you taking time to participate.
The Board reached out to the Jeffersonville Street Department a couple of weeks ago regarding the condition of Mackenzie Drive, specifically the section with several pot holes where traffic enters/exits the subdivision. We spoke again this week and the Commissioner came out and inspected the area and agreed it is in need of repaving. However, the City has already planned and budgeted repaving projects for the year. We were informed the pot holes will be patched as a short-term fix and if there is funding left, the road will also be repaved later in the year for a long-term fix. Repaving would not happen until closer to October if there is money available. As additional pot holes appear, the Commissioner has said if we continue reaching out, new ones will be patched and addressed as well. They are a bit short-staffed and backed up so the patching may take some time. The Commissioner agrees the road definitely needs attention. As we learn more in the fall, we will continue to keep the neighborhood updated.