January Newsletter

May 6, 2019

Happy New Year to all residents of Heritage Parks.  We hope your new year is a blessed one.  I welcome all new residents of Heritage Parks and trust you will enjoy our great community.

There is no meeting in January for the first quarter; however, we will have a second quarterly meeting in April.  Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.

I have a request from the postal worker who delivers the mail in Heritage Parks.  She asks that you do not park your vehicle or place your trash container in front of your mailbox.  She is not able to deliver your mail if you block the mailbox.

At our last quarterly meeting in October, several residents vocalized their complaints that the board was not enforcing curb inspections as directed by the deed restrictions.  The board heard those complaints, and starting in January, the curb inspections will be conducted twice a month. We won’t police the neighborhood but will enforce the restrictions that everyone agreed to and signed at the closing of our property. These restrictions were put in place in 1999 when the association was formed. It is not something the current board created.

Common violations in our community:  trash cans left out when it is not trash day; fences that need repair or replacement; shrubs not maintained that need to be trimmed; flower beds overgrown with weeds; grass that needs cutting, etc.  This is not the entire list of violations.  If you have not received a copy of the complete list of violations, please email me and I will be happy to forward one to you. 

Please remember that these curb inspections are put in place to keep our neighborhood beautiful and maximize the market value of our homes.

Thank you in advance for your help and cooperation.  Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns or input to help our community be the best place to live in Abilene.

Johnny Anders, President

Heritage Parks HOA

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