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March Annual Meeting: March 9, 2022
Our annual meeting will be held on March 9 (whether by Zoom or in person is yet to be determined).  At that meeting we will have two important tasks:
  1. Add new board members. Currently, there is one open slot. The interest form is Board Interest Form.
  2. Additionally, we will be asking you to vote on the new governing documents.  These documents will prevent continuous fees to our lawyer for updating these old documents.  Additionally, they combine addendums and make our document one governing document.  Please be sure to sign your proxy if you cannot or will not be able to attend.  More information will follow in a mailing.

Our latest Association Newsletter was sent out by email in October.  If you would like to submit information for the next newsletter, contact Barbara Chowning at 240-449-6234.

Trash/Recycling Bins
Trash collection occurs on Mondays and recycling collection happens every other Monday.   A friendly reminder that trash and recycling bins must be removed from view of any common area by Tuesday mornings.  They can only be in view on collection days.  Otherwise, they need to be stored behind fully enclosed visual barriers to shield them from view.  Thank you!

Houses with Melted Siding
After discussion with the HOA lawyer, the HOA has no legal obligation to remedy the melted siding situation. Neighbors should work together to remedy this situation. The best solution to prevent additional melted siding is for the house with the windows causing the melting to be lined with a film to prevent the sun's rays from damaging neighbor’s houses. This homeowner needs to submit an ARC form for the film. Once this is done, the person with the melted siding can replace their siding with normal siding (using an ARC request). For any questions, contact Jim Seal at (757) 565-6200 or by email at

Rental Inspections by City
Any homeowner who decides to rent his/her home, as you know, must apply to Town Management to be added to the rental waiting list (be a resident for at least a year and in good standing). 
Additionally, you must register with the City of Williamsburg.  There is a $50 fee and the City conducts an inspection of your home.  To learn more about this program and find the specific City of Williamsburg forms to complete, visit this link:  City of Williamsburg Rental Inspection Program

Curbing your Dog
Please do not let your pet urinate on any planted flowers or shrubs in our neighborhood.  Some of our neighbors' plants and shrubs are being destroyed by this act. 
Additionally, collect your pet's waste in bags and place in the proper trash containers.  

Town Management
Town Management Company's Representative is Jim Seal's contact information is as follows:
Jim Seal, CPM, RPA
Town Management
4801 Courthouse Street, Suite 202
P O Box 5010
Williamsburg, VA 23188
ph (757) 565-6200