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Annual Assessments Due by March 1
We hope this message finds you well and safely at home. The Pheasant View Board of Directors has a few items of interest to pass along to you.
First, based on the current “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order from the Governor and considering that all public spaces within Canton Township are closed, we will not be able to meet in the HR conference room for our monthly Board of Directors meeting Monday, May 11 at 7:00 P.M., so we will be hosting a "Zoom" meeting. If you would like to join the Board meeting, please visit the Pheasant View Homeowners' Association Facebook page or send an e-mail to PVHA@PheasantView.org and include your name, address and lot number to receive the connection information.
Second, please be reminded that there will be no yard waste collection for the next couple of weeks. In order to continue providing residents with essential waste collection services GFL is temporarily suspending yard waste collection effective Monday, April 13. During this time, residents will have the opportunity to place their yard waste in dumpsters located at the Canton DPW facility, 4847 Sheldon Road, and in the west parking lot of the Canton Administration Building, 1150 Canton Center. Residents are reminded to maintain social distance standards when others are using the dumpsters. Additionally, Michigan Executive Order 2020-42 has stipulated that all in-person activities at whatever level (State, County, City, or Township) that are not necessary to sustain or protect life, are suspended. Such activities include recycling and composting.
Third, if you received damage to your property from the removal of snow this past season, the Board of Directors is asking you to please take a picture of the damage and to please forward the picture along with your address and approximate location of the damage, to the Board. We will be working with our snow removal contractor to have repairs made when they are allowed to go back to work.
Fourth, the annual assessment was due to the Treasurer March 1, 2020 and there remain four homeowners’ who have not yet remitted the $550 for this year. Several late payment letters have been mailed to those still owning. Please know that no individual will be knocking on doors to collect your assessment; this is your responsibility to pay. The Board of Directors will assess late fees and charge interest on the past due amount. Lastly, we will be contracting with our third-party collection agency at the end of this month. If you have not yet paid this year’s annual assessment, we recommend that you pay now to save your time and money!
Stay home, Stay safe. Thank you.