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Next HOA Board Meeting October 11
The Village at Quarterpath will conduct their next HOA Board Meeting on Wednesday, October 10th at 6:00 pm at the Quarterpath Recreation Center. 

New Restated Declaration - Great News!
Congratulations to all homeowners of the Village at Quarterpath.  All required notarized signatures have been received.  Jim Seal has taken the Restated Declaration to our lawyer, Will Sleeth, who will take it to the Court house for filing.  This process takes approximately a week.  Once the court has completed the filing, the completed/filed document will be sent to Will Sleeth who will send it to Jim Seal.  When that is done, Jim will
  1. Jim will post it to Town Management's new HOA portal. 
  2. Barbara will post it to this website.
  3. Jim will send an email blast to all homeowners telling them where they can find the new document.
Again, congratulations to all homeowners and Board members who worked tirelessly to get this accomplished.  A special thanks goes to Jim Seal who continued the process until all needed signatures were notarized. 

Are you interested in producing the HOA Newsletter?
If you are interested to either assist Barbara Chowning with articles or even taking on the task of creating a quarterly newsletter, please contact Barbara Chowning at 240-449-6234 or Jim Seal at

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

Please see the attached article from Nicole Trifone, Public Information Officer for the City of Williamsburg regarding the installation of GloFiber, the City’s first 100% fiber network, which is a type of broadband that allows data to be sent at faster speeds than other types of broadband connections. The network being installed will eventually cover the entire City, meaning all residents will have the opportunity to choose an alternative to Cox for their broadband service if they so choose.

Crepe Myrtle Disease Advisory
During the August 9 Village at Quarterpath HOA meeting, the topic of Crape Myrtle Bark Scale (CMBS) came up and how several crape myrtle trees in the community have been impacted.  The pests, which originated in Asia, have made their way into the US starting in Texas, then have worked their way eastward.  US Lawns has been working on treating the impacted trees with horticultural oil, which has proven to be effective in other communities in the Williamsburg area.  
See attached document discussing this disease.  Crepe Myrtle Bark Scale
Should you notice the pests have impacted a crape myrtle on your property, please notify community manager, Jim Seal, to, and he will work with US Lawns to have them treat it.

Home Safety and Security
The Williamsburg Police Department asks that you be your own “hero” by doing the following:
  1. Keep your car locked and don’t keep expensive items in your car.
  2. Be sure to leave your outside lights on at your front porch back door and garage.  LED lights are very inexpensive and use low energy.
  3. Be extra cautious about locking doors and windows when you leave the house, even for a few minutes.
  4. If you go away, get an automatic timer for your lights and radio.  Turn down the bell on your phone.  Have a neighbor watch over your house, pick up the mail, and park in the driveway from time to time.
  5. If you see suspicious activity at another’s home, call the police.
For more information, see the following web page:

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