COMANCHE CLIFFS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION Meeting
January 21, 2023 10:15am
LOCATION: CC Lower Park
Approval of October 2022 Quarterly Meeting Minutes
Old Business: Dumpsters, Cameras
New Business: Area for large trash items
Open Session with Members
Covenants: Board has been Addressing
The members of the board are:
Carrie Scott - President
Fred Pokrant - Vice President
John Suttles - Treasurer
John Zukowski - Secretary
Andrew Almand - Director
Emails: on Directors page.
Annual Meeting August 19, 2023
April 15, 2023
July 15, 2023
Oct 21, 2023
Accomplishments of the BOD 2016-2021
Last Fall we picked up a chipper to chip dead branches and trees. 10 homes
The Columns, Picnic Tables, BBQ Pits at both Entrances and Parks were cleaned.
The Bandera River Authority Gauge Installed in the Upper Park
Repairs to Cedar Fence
Installed New Fencing from the Lower Park to the River
Approval of Repairs to the Mailboxes -We now have a New Contractor for repairs
Neighborhood Cleanup - 4 Trailer Loads to the Dump
News Letters Sent
Community Yard Sale
Proposed Covenant Revision
Changing Park Lock Combos
New Colored Wristbands for Residents to use at Parks
Repairing Shed Doors in the Upper Park
Gate Opener for the lower park Installed.
Removed the old cedar post fencing at entrances.
Settled a long over due judgment.
Collecting on Dues Quickly this Year
Getting Bids for more fence work and Park Roads
Community Pot Luck and BBQ April 22, 2018
Two dead trees cut down in upper park.
Mailbox stands Repaired
Working on settling liens against properties.
Community Yard Sale Coming Soon June 9, 2018
Community Clean up Date Coming - September
Music in the park June 23, 2018
Lower Park Road Repaved - Will begin on the 25th of June. The road should be finished 11-10-18
Cameras are up at mail boxes and dumpsters.
Painting mailbox stands (new wood) and touch-up bulletin boards. Replacing the plexiglass for one bulletin board.
Covenant Revision to go out for a vote with the election packet.
Adding another dumpster for the members.
The vote was held for the covenant changes and nothing passed. All will remain the same.
The meetings have changed from monthly to quarterly.
Replacing wood with angle iron on the mailbox stands.
Added to the By Laws that each home pays the fee for garbage
Repairs made to the park Concrete Benches for support.
Recycle containers changed, signs for plastics, Box cutter placed by dumpsters to break down boxes.
Mailboxes repaired and painted.
Annual BBQ May 18, 2019
Music in the Park - Meet and Greet Nov 2019
Playset in Lower Park
Chipper Run through the community March 21-22 2020
Hosting Community Dump Run. Nov. 14
Community HOA Meeting and BBQ with Band
Gate opener for upper park - new gate, closed in, and key fobs for entering the parks.
New fencing for upper park
Up to 15 dead trees to be removed from upper park
Events and Information:
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For wristbands contact Julee Kennedy 210-264-5614 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Key fobs are out to members.
The vote for the small piece of park property to go to the county for a bridge did pass. Here is some paperwork to look at if interested in viewing their proposal TxDot
There is no camping in the parks. If anyone is found camping the sheriff will be called and a fine levied against the property owner.
Please only put house hold trash in dumpsters. If it doesn't fit in a kitchen trash bag, it doesn't go in the dumpters. They can cancel our contract and refuse to offer service to us. Which would lead to each person caring for their trash on their own. Please respect the others in the community by only placing house hold trash in the dumpsters. Thanks
If you need a car removed call: Austin Sajevan 830-955-1561
The Crossing is open.
There will be no recycling of plastic until further notice. Thanks 1-28-2021
A friendly reminder you are allowed to have these items just try to keep them out of plain site. Unless they are being used. When they are not being used they should be out of sight behind your house, trees, shrubs, a fence, or some other means.
Article VII, Section 10. Boats; Motor Homes states: “No Planes, trailers,
construction equipment, boats, campers, abandoned cars or trucks,
motorboats, houseboats (or other similar water-borne vehicles), motor homes
or “camper” vehicles may be maintained, parked, housed, stored or kept on
or within the properties, except in an enclosed garage thereon, or by such
other means or in such other location as conceals the same from view from
streets and roads; provided that a motor home or trailer may be located on
and used on a Lot for no more than seven (7) consecutive days and no more
than twenty-one (21) total days in any one calendar year.”
Please do not leave trash outside of the dumpsters. Bring it back after it has been dumped. The driver will not put it in the dumpsters. They just leave it all over the park. Please be respectful or the fees for trash will go up or you will have to find another alternative to your trash. Thank you! Abuse of the dumpters could result in them being removed and everyone paying for their own trash. Please take your large items to the dump. It is only six miles away. The dumpsters are picked up on Fridays.
If you can not pay your dues and fees on time please set up a payment plan. Just contact a board member and we can set it up.
All dogs in the community must be on a leash if not in your yard. Thank you!
For the Recycle Bins - The recycle center only takes number 1 and 2 plastics. Please pay attention to the number listed on the item for the container it belongs in. This helps our volunteers greatly!
Please put only plastic with the plastic recycle. Aluminum cans only and no glass. See the Recycle page for info on the number listed on plastic to be recycled.
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