St. Charles Hills subdivision, St. Charles, MO

www.saintcharleshills.org - trustees@saintcharleshills.org

P.O. Box 1296 St. Charles, MO 63302 - (636) 724-7221

Newsletter December, 2014

Greetings and Happy New Year from the Board of Trustees!

Letís begin by informing the old and the new homeowners about the yearly assessment fee. This fee is only $50.00 per household annually. This covers (but is not limited to) maintaining parks/common ground, insurance and street lights. Therefore, it is essential that each homeowner makes it a priority to send this money in each and every year. For those of you who have not been paying, this year the trustees have decided to take those homeowners to court at their expense, which would add an even larger amount in your fees owed.

This fee is only $50.00 per household annually. This covers (but is not limited to) maintaining parks/common ground, insurance and street lights. Therefore, it is essential that each homeowner makes it a priority to send this money in each and every year. For those of you who have not been paying, this year the trustees have decided to take those homeowners to court at their expense, which would add an even larger amount in your fees owed.

We encourage each homeowner to visit the web site to review information regarding the governance of our subdivision, the old and proposed new indentures, and a list of contacts so that you know who to contact first concerning different issues.

Some of you have left messages and/or sent in letters regarding issues about a residence, but have left out the address of that residence. If you have noticed that nothing has been done regarding an issue, it might mean that means you failed to provide an address of the violator, or left no contact information regarding how we can report back to you.

We had a tree company clean up some fallen trees and common grounds area of rotten trees this past summer. Unfortunately the 2 days was not enough to get it all done. We are aware that more time needs to be allotted for this. We continue to encourage homeowners that live adjacent to a common ground and/or park to continue to clean up their fence lines. There isnít enough money for the subdivision to maintain/clear each and every fence line. Please note that there is no dumping of your limbs/shrubbery in the common grounds.

Violations of county ordinances in the subdivision are dealt with by St. Charles County and are subject to fines and citations in accordance with their jurisdiction.

Revisions of the indentures are still ongoing.

There have been more violations this year with commercial vehicle and trailer parking throughout the subdivision. Please review the subdivision indentures and County ordinances regarding this.

Please also note that parking and/or blocking the park entrances are prohibited.

Do you know where your children are and what they are doing? We have had graffiti spray painted on the fence in Fleet Park. This is unacceptable. Anyone caught doing so will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Thank you for your attention to these matters.

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