As you consider the many areas in which you could purchase a home, undoubtedly one of the things which will strike you about Four Seasons is its feel. It feels safe, quiet and reflects that quality we term “pride of ownership.” The reason Four Seasons feels this way is because these are the qualities of this neighborhood, and it is one of the major functions of our Homeowners Association (HOA) to foster and promote those qualities which make Four Seasons such a desirable place to live.
The directors of our HOA welcome homeowner comments, questions and suggestions. The directors’ names and contact numbers are published regularly in the monthly Newsletter and can be found on this website. We look forward to meeting and greeting you and extending our personal welcome to this special place we call Four Seasons.
The Board of Directors Four Seasons Homeowners Association P.O. Box 2105 ♦ Beaverton, OR 97075
New CC&Rs roll into action
All of the CC&Rs have passed! So Four Seasons master association, Crystalbrook, The Villa, and Summerville Square will soon record the new governing documents.
I thank everyone who voted. And I thank all of you for putting up with my many messages to the listserv regarding the election!
This was a massive undertaking—it turned out to be much more complicated and greater in scope than I originally thought. But credit goes to more than just me. I extend thanks to Janice Lawson Richards, Janet Bailey, and Nola Hunt for their work on the committee. They were with me throughout this process, reading multiple drafts, attending multiple meetings, and making suggestions that resulted in a better final product. Thanks also the group Janice put together to stuff and mail the election introductory letter and later the ballots (I would name you but I don’t know everyone who helped). And a final thanks to all the volunteers who went door-to-door collecting votes. Without that effort, the CC&Rs may not have passed! So thanks to Sue Moody Baker, Kathy Danley, Webb & Joanne Fish, Carol Henderson, Bill Hogan, Mike Keiser, Karen LeVelle, Vicki Lucius, Bill Richmond, Ray & Judie Rosa, Jack & Virginia Scanlon, and Herb Ziegelmayer.
I think the neighborhood is better served by the new documents and I again thank everyone who voted and otherwise participated in this process.
The new CC&Rs give the Board flexibility to change the due date for annual dues. The due date has historically been January 1st. Homeowners have commented that it is difficult having the due date immediately after the holidays. Accordingly, the Board plans to change the due date for annual dues to February 1st. The date needs to be early in the year to ensure the HOA has the funds to pay its bills and the fiscal year is the calendar year. Extending the deadline by one month, however, will not adversely impact the HOA. The Board will ensure that there are sufficient funds remaining from this year to pay for expenses into February 2016.
If you have concerns about changing the due date of the annual dues, please contact me. Please do not send your message to the listserv.