CCHOA Annual Meeting Held, New Board Elected

This Annual Meeting of Members of the Cramer's Crossing Homeowners Association was held at the Washington Township Administration Building, 6200 Eiterman Road on Monday, November 5, 2018.

The CCHOA President discussed the progress the Board and members of the Restoration Committee made in 2018 in working with the adjacent condominium association to address some long-standing issues, including the repair of the electric service at the Cramer's Crossing/Avery Road entrance (which powers the well pump and irrigation system) and the restoration of the long-missing fountain from the condo community's pond. Presentations were also given by 2 members of the Restoration Committee concerning the upcoming improvements. The landscape maintenance contract for 2019 was awarded to Rocky Fork Landscaping, the same company the the City of Dublin currently uses to mow the grass in our reserve areas. In addition to the normal mulching and pruning, Rocky Fork will also treat several of the trees that have fungus issues in hopes of saving them. It was also announced that the Board has contracted with a law firm to provide needed legal advice on a number of issues.

Also discussed was the upcoming Avery/Rings Road construction project slated to begin sometime in 2019. The project will add a round-a-bout at Rings and Avery, widen Avery Road from Woerner Temple to south of Rings Road, and eliminate left turns out of our community at Cramer's Crossing Drive. The Rings Road entrance will become our primary entrance. The Board also hopes to improve the landscaping of that entrance and may include the addition of permanent lighting.

A report from the CCHOA Treasurer was given and a review of expenses for 2018 was presented. There was discussion about the need for the Board to have a reserve fund to help pay for repairs and improvements in our community, especially as it ages, and that would mean the necessity of raising our annual assessment. The Board is also looking at applying for grant money from the City of Dublin to help pay for some of the desired improvements.

Ballots were then counted for the four CCHOA Board of Director positions for 2019. Participation in our election was the best in the Association's history, with nearly 70% of homeowners voting. Thanks to everyone for getting involved! To view the election results, homeowners should LOGIN, then click on Board of Directors in the QUICK LINKS menu.

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