From the President:
Neighbors: As the heat of summer has finally left us and we prepare for the holiday season- a quick look back to reflect on what was a busy summer and then what will be a full fall and winter. Looking back the spring and summer were filled with change and improvements. The Board and Patriot Community Mgmt. worked on and improved several areas in our reporting, accounting and administration. We reviewed and improved our security patrol scheduling and reporting to align resources with the needs of our community. Randy McPherson worked diligently to keep the Dover Ridge pool repair moving and did a super job in repainting several of our neighborhood entry signs. The SAPD SSAFE Officers along with Helen McAndrews, Randy, Dusty, Raul Sauceda and Richard Lopez, did a great job of eradicating the graffiti that appeared over the summer. Thanks to them and others who take pride in our neighborhood, and helping neighbors in need. Our pools experienced the greatest number of participants we have seen in several years. That was great and we will take that into account as we plan next year’s pool schedule and budget. The marquis signs at the clubhouses were rebuilt to improve our communications. We will complete preliminary repair on the main entry tower. We also completed the land deal with the city to plan the repaving of Weybridge and les Harrison streets this year.
Looking ahead-be extra watchful for the little ghosts and goblins at our 1st Annual Trunk or Treat October 24th, and on Halloween. We will be holding our Annual Association meeting at 7:00pm Jan. 28th at the NWC Elementary School Cafeteria. Official meeting and proxy will be sent in December. Annual dues assessments will also be coming to you soon. If paying the entire assessment in January is a burden, consider a no interest payment plan starting now to get ahead of the Christmas rush. Contact Patriot at 210-568-1558, or email@example.com for a plan to meet your needs. The Board continues to look at our finances and meeting the maintenance and repair needs of our many facilities. We may not have the money to do everything we would like but hope to prioritize projects in a logical and useful way. Let us know what you think. Have a safe and enjoyable Holiday Season.