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Resolution - Lot Maintenance

SUPPLEMENT TO GOVERNING DOCUMENTS FOR 

WOOD MEADOW COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION

DOCUMENTS GOVERNING THE FOLLOWING SUBDIVISIONS:

WOOD MEADOW, SECTION TWO

FILED OF RECORD IN COMPLIANCE WITH SECTION 202.006 OF THE TEXAS PROPERTY CODE AS PART OF THE DEDICATORY INSTRUMENT GOVERNING THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED SUBDIVISION

SECOND RESOLUTION REGARDING COMMUNITY SERVICE CHARGES WOOD MEADOW COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC. 
A TEXAS NON-PROFIT CORPORATION
       
        WHEREAS, the By-Laws governing Wood Meadow Community Improvement Association, Inc., ("the Association"), as well as Chapter 204 of the Texas Property Code, and the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act, authorize the Association to exercise all powers reasonable and necessary for the governance and operation of the Association;

        WHEREAS, the Texas Property Code further authorizes the Association, acting through its board of directors, to adopt and amend budgets for revenues, expenditures, and reserves and collect regular assessments or special assessments for common expenses from property owners;
 
WHEREAS, the Texas Property Code further authorizes the Association, acting through its board of directors, to impose and receive payments, fees, or charges for the use, rental, or operation of the common area and for services provided to property owners;

        WHEREAS, the Association's Board of Directors has determined that the adoption, expansion and/or modification of certain policies, procedures, rules and/or guidelines are necessary and desirable for the fair, efficient, consistent, uniform and cost effective management of the Association, and that such action would serve the best interest of the Association and its members, particularly in light of increasing costs associated with common area grounds maintenance, landscaping, sign replacement and other items, the cost of which are paid by the Association on a regular and ongoing basis; and

        WHEREAS, the Association's Board of Directors has also determined that it is in the Association's best interest, and in the best interest of the Wood Meadow community, to adopt, implement and impose a community service charge relating to costs and expenses for common area grounds maintenance, landscaping, and sign replacement provided by the Association for the benefit of the Wood Meadow community. Such annual charge shall be in the amount of Seventy-one and No/100 Dollars ($71.00) per year, and which shall be applicable to and otherwise levied against each and every Lot within the Wood Meadow subdivision, which community service charge shall commence on the first day of January, 2009m and for each successive year thereafter, until such charges is decreased or increased by the Board of Directors.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the following policies and/or procedures regarding the imposition of a community service charge are hereby adopted on behalf of the Association:

1. In accordance with Chapter 204 of the Texas Property Code, each and every Lot within the Wood Meadow subdivision shall be assessed an annual grounds maintenance charge (community service charge) in the amount of Seventy-one and No/100 Dollars ($71.00), which charge shall commence on the first day of January, 2009, and for the successive year thereafter, until such charges is either decreased or increased by the Board of Directors. Payment of such community service charge shall be mandatory in nature, and shall be added to the maintenance fee account applicable to each Lot, with each respective Lot owner being personally liable for payment of same.


Adopted on this 23 day of September, 2008

WOOD MEADOW COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC.

*Following are signatures of the Resolution

David Hall
Treasurer

Robert J. Burkhart
Vice President

Cecelia J. Ganje
President

Penny Contreras
Director

Tina Thomas
Secretary

NOT COMPLETE YET




** See the attached document for the AFFIDAVIT section