Monthly Archives: October 2014

October Community Update

Hello Residents,

We hope you’re enjoying this spectacularly beautiful time of year!  Please take a few minutes to review the following community information.

Community Gathering
We hope to see everyone (even if it’s just for a few minutes) at “A Taste of Fall” — our first annual community gathering which will be held Saturday, October 11th at 6:00 p.m. Come get to know your neighbors and bring a treat to share.  You should have received an invitation on your door with all the details.

3rd Amendment Update
As you may recall, an Amendment to the community CC&Rs was passed in the majority at the August community meeting that prohibits rental of properties. Because concerns were raised during the meeting that the Amendment as passed may create a hardship in certain exceptional circumstances, the HOA Board proposed the formation of an oversight committee to review any potential requests to temporarily suspend enforcement of the 3rd Amendment (i.e., requests to rent one’s home).  The Board subsequently crafted the resolution available at the link below, which we invite you to review.  The next step in this process is to form the oversight committee, and we invite community members interested in participating on the committee to contact the Board by October 18th, or you may provide any feedback to the resolution via an email to the Board.  Resolution link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxKPcyZXOrd3N1Z4SF8wZXVxZTQ/view?usp=sharing

Maintenance Items

Lawns & Sprinkler Shut-down

  • Fertilization was completed Friday, October 3rd
  • Final mowing will occur Monday October 13th
  • Water turnoff / line blow out will occur sometime after October 15th
    • If you have an interior turnoff, you should turn it off no later than October 15th
    • If you have an exterior turnoff, please clear the grass away so the landscaper can easily find it

Stop-Waste – UPDATE
Thanks to Tammy Robinson for sharing updated information on the stop waste valves. In this regard, it was confirmed with South Jordan City that they will pay for the certifications of your stop waste valves, and the city indicated they would add Harvest Crossing to their list to complete.  Until then, homeowners do NOT need to do anything. Once South Jordan has added our community to the list, you should receive a post card indicating the timing for the certification.  You do not need to be present for the inspection.  When the certification is successfully completed, the inspection company will provide a certification document, which is effective for one year.  If your valve fails inspection, you will need to, at your expense, repair the value and have it certified again either by the same company or one you choose. Again, the good news is that you do not need to do nothing until the city engages our homes.

Best wishes for a Happy Fall!

HOA Board

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