In order for the hoa board to be aware of all issues in our community we have set up a hotline for everyone to call. If you have any issues or concers for our neighborhood this is the first point of contact. Please use the hotline as opposed to email or phone to ensure that all board members are aware of these issues and can keep a detailed record. The new HOA hotline phone number is (866) 808-0954. This message will be available to all homeowners 24/7. All messages will be reviewed within 48 hours and a response will be given soon after.
|Posted by Lynn Wallace on May 2, 2016 at 9:25 AM||comments (1)|
It is Spring, and Lexington Village is blooming and beautiful! I want to thank our board Tony, Gary, and Anna Elizabeth, for all of their hard work keeping our community attractive and a desireable place to live!
Enjoy this amazing day!
|Posted by Tony & Yvette on October 28, 2013 at 11:30 AM||comments (10)|
It is very important for us to direct our guests or visitors to the designated overflow parking on the front side of our community. If any resident sees a vehicle parked on the main thoroughfare, that resident can call and have that vehicle TOWED immediately. There is no obligation to give a warning so let's avoid this potentially frustrating situation by observing the No Parking Anytime rule.
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|Posted by Tony & Yvette on October 21, 2013 at 4:15 PM||comments (0)|
All gutters have been inspected and some have been found to need cleaning. You will see contractors doing exactly that. Please avoid interfering with them as they perform their work.
|Posted by Tony & Yvette on October 21, 2013 at 4:05 PM||comments (0)|
You will notice CAUTION tape around the community on several of our handrails. The reason for this is we found that several rails were loose because they had never been properly set in concrete. We contracted vendors to address this issue and the project should take about 8 days weather permitting. Please avoid using/touching the rails during this time.
|Posted by Michael on September 1, 2013 at 10:45 AM||comments (1)|
Hello neighbors, I would have never guessed that my garden hose on my back porch for more than six months would have grown legs and walked away. Yet, within the last seven days the hose has disappeared.
This is a note to remind everyone to be cautious of your belongings left outside. Also, it might be time to revisit the possibility of started a Neighborhood Crime Watch Program.
Have a wonderful day, Michael
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|Posted by Michael on October 21, 2012 at 10:55 AM||comments (0)|
The HOA has taken all the necessary steps to make our community a wonderful place to live, but we still have problems with animal waste not being removed by pet owners. This year the HOA purchased dog waste stations with bags and signs to help with the problem, but we still have a few people who continue to be disrespectful to us and our community. If you see this happening, please take action. It could be a friendly reminder to the person or a note sent to the HOA.
Most likely this mes...Read Full Post »