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Our Home Owners Association’s dues are one of the lowest in the Northern Virginia area, and we’d like to keep it that way by constantly looking for ways to save money. One of the latest suggestions has identified postage and mailing costs.
The HOA has spent over $7,250 over the past 10 years since 2011; an average of $660 yearly (close to 3.25% of HOA revenue). Those savings could be put to more productive use in the community.
Hence, with the proliferation of electronic communications and the declaration of electronic communication as legal according to Virginia Law since year 2000, the HOA wishes to take advantage of electronic communications with our homeowners to significantly reduce postage and mailing cost. Such communications would encompass all written communications as required by our bylaws and covenants, as well as any notices and other homeowner association information including electronic signatures.
Thus, at your option, you may advance those savings and “go Green” by electing that HOA communications be received electronically through e-mail, mobile text messages, or both. Remember, this is not mandatory, yet we encourage you to choose this option. Even so, you may withdraw your consent at any time you find it necessary.
If you wish to opt for electronic communications, please download and sign this consent form and return it to CGHOA either by mail to our address:
Sterling, VA 20167
Or you may scan the completed and signed form, and attach it to an email addressed to email@example.com, or you may sign online.
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Loudoun County will be offering a temporary trash drop-off service on the next two Saturdays to Loudoun residents who were customers of Haulin’ Trash. The household waste-hauling company informed customers earlier this week that it would cease operations in northern Virginia effective December 1, 2022. As a result of the unexpected announcement, some customers, primarily in the eastern part of Loudoun County, have trash piling up outside their homes. …continue reading…