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Your $55 annual dues help maintain our stable property values and high quality of life. They pay for entrance maintenance (landscaping, signs, and monthly electric and water bills), neighborhood events, the HFNA website, email software, and other miscellaneous items that help sustain our vibrant community of friends and neighbors!
Thanks to all who came to the Huntingtowne Farms Neighborhood Association meeting on April 30. In case you couldn’t make it, here are some highlights:
Greenway update. Gwen Cook, director of Greenway Planning and Development Services, announced that the grand opening of the Tyvola–HF Park greenway section will be Saturday, June 23rd, at 10 a.m. She also said that the greenway in HF park will be widened to 12 feet, and that our playground will be rebuilt (on the same spot as before) in late summer or early fall after construction vehicles no longer need access to that area. A small pavilion will be built next to the playground. The section of the greenway from HF Park to I-485 is expected to be complete by the summer of 2019.
Drainage improvement project. Brian Sikes, a project manager with Mecklenburg County, said that the Lilly Mill Drainage Improvement Project will begin construction this September, and that the project will take up to two years to complete.
County commission. HF resident and Mecklenburg County Commissioner Matthew Ridenhour spoke about some current issues, including the 2019 property revaluation and the possibility of universal pre-k for all 4-year-olds. He reminded attendees that issues the county commission deals with include schools, parks, libraries, social services, and the health department. He encouraged residents to contact him with questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-880-4916.
Landscaping. Mark Thornberry has agreed to serve as vice president of HFNA and will take on planning and maintenance for our entrances. Repairs to the lighting and sprinkler system will be needed this year.
Neighborhood directory. Planned for this summer after HFNA’s main membership drive ends. Section leaders may call on new neighbors to welcome them, inform them about HFNA, and encourage them to join the association.
Finances. John Sechrist has agreed to serve as HFNA treasurer. The HFNA board voted to increase the annual dues to $55 because our expenses exceeded our income last year. The board would like to get 200 paid members (households) this year. (The neighborhood has about 400 homes.)
New president. Kim Riddle has agreed to serve as the next HFNA president! She will start in August.
HF residents, we need your financial support! Your $55 annual dues pay for entrance maintenance and future renovations (including monthly electric and water bills), neighborhood events, the HFNA website, email software, and other miscellaneous items that make our neighborhood one of the best in Charlotte!
Please join us for the HFNA annual meeting, which will take place from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. on Monday, April 30. The meeting will be held at Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School (in the media center).
Topics will include updates on entrances, the greenway, and finances. You’ll also hear about some upcoming HFNA events. Hope to see you there!
The 2017 HFNA annual meeting was held on Monday, April 24, at Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School.
CMPD crime and safety update
Officer Smith from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department reported that our neighborhood has seen little criminal activity so far this year.
Continue reading “Highlights from the HFNA annual meeting”
It’s that time again! We had our annual meeting last month, we’ve elected new section leaders, and put together a crime watch committee and a membership committee.
Now we need your financial support! Your $45 annual dues pay for entrance maintenance and future renovations (including monthly electric and water bills), neighborhood events, the HFNA website, email software, our legal defense fund (which we might need if, for example, a bridge connecting one of our streets to a street across the creek is ever proposed), and other miscellaneous items that make our neighborhood one of the best in Charlotte!