Hurray for Spring!
We have important POA events ahead, and your participation is invited.
- After a long year of missing each other, the POA office is opening the doors to attendees for the May 17th Board meeting. Certain precautions will be taken, and the live stream will still be available. Come and see the face lift in the meeting room – new chairs, shampooed carpet, and a lovely new coat of paint. Join us to hear and see the business of Raintree face to face. The door will open at 6:30.
- Each year the Board requests suggestions from Property Owners for ballot items to amend the Covenants or the By-Laws. Your proposals should be submitted in writing to the POA office by May 28th to be reviewed in the June meeting. If you submit a suggestion, please attend in case we have questions. Ideas chosen for the ballot in September will be first reviewed by our attorney to avoid missteps and then included on the Annual Election ballot in September.
- The Raintree Annual Yard Sale has been scheduled for June 19th. Nancy Gau, a member of the Raintree Events Committee, volunteered to lead the effort again this year, and she is looking for volunteers to help with the signs and traffic. Please reach out to her directly or to the office to offer your help.
The POA communicates with Property Owners using numerous mediums, specifically:
- the monthly HOA Gazette,
- the Raintree POA/Raintree POA Community Facebook page,
- emails direct to your mailbox,
- posts on the RaintreePOA.net website,
- signs at the gates,
- the blinking sign,
- monthly eNewsletters,
- the printed Newsletters sent to all Property Owners twice a year, and
- if you have questions, ask them at the Open Forum after each month’s meeting, send them to RaintreePOABoard@gmail.com, message me on the Raintree POA Community Facebook page, or direct them to the office.
If you haven’t signed up yet for the emails and eNewsletters, it’s easy to do from the RaintreePOA.net website or from the links on the Raintree POA Community Facebook page. There are many people working hard to make good choices for Raintree and many good reasons for the decisions made. Why not be informed and in sync instead of relying on guesses and gossip?
Deb Enderson, POA Communications Chair