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Annual Meeting Monday November 9 at 7:00 via ZOOM
The Pheasant View Homeowners’ Association Annual Meeting has been set for Monday, November 9, 2020 at 7:00 P.M. Previously, we have held this meeting in the clubhouse at the Pheasant Run golf course. Currently the clubhouse is not available for meetings and private events due to health and safety concerns. As a result, the Board of Directors will hold a virtual annual meeting conducted via Zoom. Please check the subdivision Facebook page or send an e-mail with your name and lot number to to get the link.
Two board members’ terms expire this year, so we are looking for volunteers who are willing to serve on the Board of Directors. The commitment is approximately 4-5 hours per month including a Board meeting typically held at the Canton Administration Building. This is a great way to meet fellow neighbors and work together in maintaining the subdivision and enhancing the value of our properties.
The Board will mail an announcement of the annual meeting along with a ballot later this month. If you are interested in serving a two-year term on our subdivision Board of Directors, please let us know right away. Simply forward a short biography for the ballot along with your contact information, to Board@pheasantview.org by October 20, 2020. You may also make and accept nominations at the annual meeting. Offices will be determined at the December regular Board meeting.
Please consider serving on our association Board.
2020 Road Construction
As part of the Pheasant Run Roadway Maintenance Project, Nagle Paving Co., in conjunction with Canton Township and the Pheasant Run Roadway Maintenance Association (PRRMA), will perform concrete curb and sidewalk replacement starting Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This portion of the project will consist of removing concrete curb and gutter and / or sidewalk, replacement of the sidewalk or curb and asphalt repairs in front of the curb at various locations along the community's roadways. Milling operations will begin on Thursday 9/9 and will take roughly 3 to 4 days to complete. Paving would then follow and all work should be completed roughly 10 to 12 days following the initial start of milling. Nagle works from approximately 7 am - 7 pm including Saturdays.
You will receive a notice if work is scheduled to occur near your home. Nagle will provide traffic control and barricading during the operations, but please be aware of the construction crews and equipment as well as other drivers and adjust your speed accordingly. The process will involve milling the asphalt down a variable depth, cleaning the existing remaining asphalt surface, application of a "tack" coat and installation of new asphalt surface.
Please keep in mind that all work is weather dependent and rain events may affect the schedule of work.
Please remove all cars from the street and turn off your irrigation system to facilitate this work. If they arrive and your car is in the street or your irrigation system is still on, they will not be able to complete this work. You do not want to be the reason why they have to cancel operations for the entire community because of a car being in the way or a sprinkler system being left on. Also, while they are working, you WILL be able to drive on the surface (or tack coat) if need be, but they recommend finding another route through the subdivision if at all possible during the work period. Lastly, if you drive on the tack coat, it will wear off, but please do not walk on it as it may track into your home if it is still wet or sticky.
We understand this is an inconvenience, but please bear with us. This short term inconvenience will lead to long term improvements to our community. You may contact Rob Wilson with Nagle Paving Co. at 248-553-0600, ext. 228 if you have any questions.
Nagle hopes to keep any inconvenience to a minimum.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
DETAILED MAPS OF CONSTRUCTION LOCATIONS CAN BE FOUND AT: https://www.prrma.org/roads-prrma
By-Laws and Covenant and Restriction Legal Review
The Board of Directors is contracting with a law firm to conduct a comprehensive amendment project for our Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Covenants & Restrictions. The goal of this process is to update very outdated documents, include association-owned mailboxes into our governing documents, and enable the board to better address landscaping and unsightly conditions in our subdivision.
The goals of amending our association governing documents are to:
Update documents to comply with new federal and state laws and court cases.
Update documents to include association-provided mailboxes in our governing documents.
Modernize our documents to address the current ‘hot topics’ faced by modern associations.
Remove errors, typos, and all unnecessary developer language.
Improve readability with shorter paragraphs, less ‘legalese,’ more section titles and subheadings.
Consolidate or shorten documents, sections, and text as possible.
Remove all illegal (or potentially illegal) provisions.
Customize documents to the particular needs of our community.
Improve overall functionality and effectiveness of our documents.
Educate the membership of the purpose, content, and function of the association’s governing documents as part of the amendment process.
The cost for the complete legal review and proper filing is $8,000. We have anticipated and included this expenditure in this year’s budget; the membership will not incur an additional expense. We will publish and share all altered governing documents with all homeowners at least 30 days before any association vote.
The e-mail provides a way for you to vote on whether or not you support the board moving forward with this initiative.
Here is an outline of how the amendment process would work:
Thank you for your help and input!!!