We had several homeowners attend the meeting to discuss Harvey flooding their homes.
Street flooding has been a persistent problem but during this event, homes were flooded from Ash Point Lane to Noblewood.
Not every home but enough to raise serious concerns and demand the attention of our elected officials.In addition to water backing up thru the storm drains, Red Gully came out of its banks.Please do not place construction debris on the sidewalks. Remember to submit an ACC application when replacing a roof, fencing, painting your home and or any additional modifications to the exterior of the home and property.A reminder that annual assessment fees did not increase for 2018. We encourage those who need a payment plan to contact Sterling ASI as soon as possible to avoid late fees if payment is not received on time.We gave out over 200 servings of hot dogs and sliders but in the frantic rush to get the food out, we forgot to do a headcount.
This event was one of the best-attended events we have put on in a long time.
We encourage residents to attend as there will be representatives from Fort Bend County, MUD 41and the FBC Sheriff's office. This meeting will replace the monthly Board meeting for the month of December 2017.
If your home was affected by the storm and under renovation please contact Sterling and advise of progress.
Dear Neighbors, please join us at our annual Eggstravaganza, tomorrow March 24th from 11 AM - 1 PM at Kidz Village Park.
We will have a bouncy house, popcorn machine, guy in a bunny suit, balloon artist, face painter, 60 goodie bags, prize eggs, bunny sack races, egg hunt & a grand prize for 4 different age groups. VOL Flooding Meeting Presentation (PDF) December Message From the Board The VOL HOA Board members invite residents to the townhall meeting on Monday, December 4th at Oyster Creek Elementary at pm-9pm.
During the executive session, we discussed deed restriction violations, attorney reports, architectural log and a home business.