Our monthly board meeting, 2nd Monday of every month, will again be held via jitsi.
Bob Bassett has tendered his resignation, effective immediately. Having led the Board for the past 5 years and sheparded us through the arduous merger, he also served on the board of sections 3&4 for 15 years before that.
The remaining members of the board wish to thank him for his long service to our community.
a neighbor wrote on 20/5/20 01:25:
> Hi Can we have a birds in small cage in back yard
> Pigeons? Chickens ? Parrots?
> If yes how many Bunny’s?
> Goats ?
hi, neighbor, as stated in article 5, paragraph 8 of the covenants:
8. Livestock and Poultry. No animals, livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on any lot, except that dogs, cats or other household pets may be kept provided they are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose.
there are also county restrictions that apply as well.
but if the pandemic leads to the total breakdown of our food supply, no one will object to raising chickens for subsistence;-}
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the board has decided not to impose the late payment fee until the stay-at-home order is lifted.
Those Homeowners who have already included the 8% fee will be credited & the amount applied to next year’s dues.
Annual dues for 2020 are $135.00, no increase over last year. Dues are payable on receipt, with an 8% late fee after April 15th, as specified in the Covenants. To view your account ledger, log in to our database.
Please send your check to:
Cardinal Glen Of Sterling HOA
Sterling, VA 20167
Please note that amounts other than the full $135 must be paid by check, or by Paypal “Send Money” to “firstname.lastname@example.org”
You may also avoid the convenience fee by changing the Paypal “Paying for an item or service” right under the amount to “Sending to a friend”, and be sure to enter your lot number or street address in the note for proper credit.