Friday, July 17th, Dusk at Pool
Family Movie Night!
Fall Community Yard Sale
Saturday, September 12th to Saturday, September 19th
Community Yard Sale
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2020 GRADUATES!!!
What you will need to know about the 2020 pool season!
As of today, the State of North Carolina has not lifted it’s mandate that closed public pools. It is anticipated that the stay will be lift on or about May 22nd. When the stay is lifted, it is also anticipated that there will be restrictions and recommended guidelines for safe use for Association’s to follow. They will likely include:
• Limiting the number of persons allowed in the pool area at one time.
• New check-in/check out procedures
• New Covid-19 Signage and Social Distancing Signage around pool areas and bathrooms
• 6ft Spacing of Furniture
• Self-use Sanitation Stations
• No Guests at the Pool
The Waterlyn Board of Directors will have to determine, considering restrictions and guidelines, if it will even be prudent to open the pool this season. With expectations that only 25 people will be allowed in the pool at a time it will be very difficult, in an association of 426 families, to find a fair way to determine who and when people can use the pool. If our pool does open for the season, it is not expected to open before May 29th so all needed preparations can be made. So, residents are encouraged to make alternative Memorial Day Weekend plans. Once decisions are made, updated information will be sent out to the members as soon as possible.
WELCOME NEW BOARD MEMBER ERIN MAHONY!
The Board would like you to join us in welcoming our new Board Member Erin Mahony. Erin joined the Board in April, replacing Mike Molle who recently moved from the community. Erin has been a long-term resident of Waterlyn and is also serving on our social committee. In her short term on the Board, she has already made invaluable contributions by pointing out concerns in our common areas and by promoting fun things to do as a community while the Stay at Home Mandate was in place. Erin’s term will be up in October, where we hope she has plans to rerun.
OUR COMMON AREAS
CAMS will resume property inspections beginning this week. Their primary focus will be on addressing yard maintenance. As a reminder, owners are afforded two warning letters. If the matter remains uncured, then there is an automatic fine of $100 per day or per occurrence. Also be reminded, you must submit an architectural application before you make any exterior modification. This includes but is not limited to installing a fence, shed, painting or new roofing. You can obtain and submit your application online on the CAMS website at www.camsmgt.com. You will also find a copy of the Association’s Architectural Guidelines under the documents section.
Common Property Vandalism
Recently, we had graffiti sprayed on our common property at the pool, that included the shed, concrete pad and some signage. A police report was filed, and we are currently reviewing camera footage to identify the perpetrators. This is very unfortunate when this happens as it costs all members money to make these unnecessary repairs. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the police or Rita Barrett.
Check out more on the 2020 2nd Qtr newsletter located under documents on the left hand column!
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PLEASE SLOW DOWN
By far the number one complaint we receive from residents is the concern regarding speeding in our community. This concern can be easily resolved if every resident take a moment to ensure they are obeying the 25 mph speed limit within the community. If this behavior does not change, it is only a matter of time before we could be faced with a very unfortunate accident. Our concern is for our children, walkers and other drivers. The Board is soliciting the help of CMPD to curb this behavior. We also encourage owners to report the license plate number and/or make and model of the vehicle of violators to 911. If you are uncomfortable with reporting, you may
also contact CAMS to report on your behalf. Along those same lines, street parking and oversize commercial vehicles are also becoming a concern in the community. On street parking should be temporary. You certainly should refrain from blocking mailboxes or driveways. Commercial Vehicles are addressed on a case by case basis, any weighted vehicle over 10K pounds, box trucks, tractor trailers are expressly prohibited. In 2020, we
will make a concerted effort to address these concerns. Finally, with the aid of Code Enforcement we are addressing abandon or disabled vehicles parked on our streets. If you note any of these concerns please report to CAMS or your local code enforcement office.
HAPPENING AROUND OUR NEIGHBORHOOD
* Pool Restrooms have been completely renovated this past Winter 2020
* Pool Parking lot was crack filled, seal-coated & re-striped this Spring 2020
* Townhome Project Connecting to Settlers Path
* New Signage on various areas of the neighborhood
COVENANT ENFORCEMENT REMINDERS
* Clean Siding - Remove Mildew and Dirt
* Mailboxes should be standard height and size. Details under Frequently Asked Questions on website
* All personal property should be stored out of sight
* You must have at least one street tree in front yard
* Lawns should be mowed, edged and have fresh ground cover in all your beds
* Shutters and Doors must be painted
* Blinds and Window Treatments should be in good condition
* Trash cans should be stored out of sight
Welcome to Our Website!
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CAMS - Management Company
The HOA Management Company is CAMS, below is their mailing address should you need to contact them.
Their office is address is:
1515 Mockingbird Lane
Charlotte, NC 28209
Our property manager is Rita Barrett. You may reach out to CAMS via phone at 704-731-5560 or via email RBarrett@CAMSmgt.com.
Feel free to contact her if you should have any questions regarding CAMS.
Looking for Answers?
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You see a Street Light Out?
Please help keep our neighborhood safe! If a street light is out in front of your home, please go to www.duke-energy.com. Select North Carolina, click on customer service, click on report a street light outage. Fill out the form and submit. That easy!
Thank you all for keeping our neighborhood safer!