About Mill Creek South

Mill Creek South is a planned unit development (PUD). A PUD is a subdivision created with Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws and a Declaration of Covenants governing such matters as architectural design and maintenance of common areas. These documents were filed with Albemarle County by the developer. The Articles and Covenants run with the land in perpetuity.

The Mill Creek South Homeowners Association is a non-profit corporation created by the Articles of Incorporation and registered with the Commonwealth of Virginia. The business of the Association is conducted by a seven-member Board of Directors elected by the homeowners. The Directors are homeowners and volunteer their time. They are elected at the annual meeting, held in May. The directors serve two-year terms. The officers are elected by the Board of Directors to one year terms. The Bylaws spell out the management duties and responsibilities of the Board and the officers. All homeowners are required to pay dues to the association to cover expenses such as maintenance, insurance, and printing and mailing. The rate for the Annual dues is set in November each year.

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 the minutes of each meeting. Minutes are distributed to each resident in the newspaper slots and are mailed to absentee owners. Minutes and Financial Reports are posted here. All homeowners are welcome to attend Board meetings. The Directors invite ideas and suggestions from homeowners. If you see a problem or have a suggestion, please come to a meeting and talk about it or just let us know.

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