Community is what each of us make it. Below are some of the people that are helping to shape Mill Creek South. We have things to do for anyone that is interested. Contact David Robinson to help out.
Board of Directors
|To email the entire board at once, send to email@example.com.|
|Tyler Bolin||Vice President||—|
|Teresa Olsen||ARC Chair||434-984-1582|
|Judy Penniman||At Large||—|
|Cathy Brower||At Large||—|
Block Captains are our feet on the street. They deliver the printed minutes to your mailbox every month. Ask them if you can help sometime and you’ll have a friend for life.
|John Piller||Star Crest Lane|
|Joseph Greenberg||Homestead Lane|
|Cheryl Atkinson||Hidden Ridge Road|
|Peter & Nadine Urban||Shady Grove Court|
|Karine Nguyen||Sagewood Drive|
|Stewart Plemons||Whispering Oaks Drive|
|Cindy Haney||Stoney Creek Drive (upper section)|
|David Robinson||Stoney Creek Drive (middle section)|
|Lynn Pribus||Stoney Creek Drive (lower section)|
|Betsy Ballenger||Copper Hill Drive & Bent Tree Court|
|Mary Maldonado||Arrow Wood Drive|
|Annual Yard Sale||Rev. Elizabeth Emeryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Meetings of the Board are generally held at 7:00 PM on the third Wednesday of the month. The date, time, and location of the next meeting are announced in advance of each meeting by email and on this website. All homeowners are welcome to attend Board meetings.
Serving on the Board of Directors is a great way to get to know your neighbors and invest a small amount of your time in maintaining the community qualities that attracted you to Mill Creek South. If you are interested in serving on the Board, come to a meeting or let one of the directors know of your interest. The Directors try to strike a balance between upholding the covenants, which govern individual property maintenance, architectural design, and common area use and maintenance, and respecting the rights of individuals to enjoy their property and community. Living in a community with covenants requires each resident to accept a few limitations in exchange for the assurance that the appearance of the neighborhood will be maintained over the long term.
The best way for the Board to properly serve the Association is through thoughtful and consistent input from homeowners. The Board strongly encourages individual homeowners to make their opinions, suggestions and complaints known to the Board.