Strawberry Hill Estates HOA Special Meeting – Thursday, July 29th @ 7pm

Strawberry Hill Estates HOA Special Meeting – Thursday, July 29th @ 7pm

The Board of Directors of the Strawberry Hill Estates Homeowners Association (SHEHA) is holding a Special Meeting at the Park to discuss raising the annual dues. All SHEHA residents (homes on Indianola, Lisch, and Strawberry Hill Lane) are encouraged to attend. Ballots will be distributed and collected at the meeting. Residents unable to attend will be visited by volunteers in door-to-door canvassing for missing votes.

For more information contact board@strawberryhillestates.org

Strawberry Lake Water Treatment & Usage Restrictions

Our community has received notice that Clark Aquatic Services will be treating Strawberry Lake today (June 9th, 2021) as part of an ongoing weed control effort. Lake usage restrictions are as follows:

  • Swimming is restricted for 1 day
  • Watering flower and vegetable gardens with lake water is restricted for 5 days
  • Watering lawn/turf/grasses with lake water is restricted for 5 days

Strawberry Point Bluffs – 2021 Annual HOA Meeting

Strawberry Point Bluffs Homeowners

Association (SPBHOA) 2021 Annual Meeting

Dear SPBHA Member,

Please join us for our 2021 annual meeting being held Saturday April 24, 2021 at 12:00pm. In order to conduct official business 1/3 of the homeowners (26) must be present so please plan to attend if you can!

Place: Due to Coronavirus restrictions the Board of Directors has determined that the safest place to hold the annual meeting is outdoors at the HOA Park. If there is inclement weather on the scheduled date the meeting will be pushed back to Saturday May 1st, 2021 at 12:00pm.

Agenda:

  • Roll call of the membership
  • Minutes of the prior (2019) annual meeting
  • Reports of the Officers
  • Reports of the Committees
  • Unfinished Business
  • New Business
  • Election of Directors (see attached information and absentee ballot)
  • Adjournment

Please support our association by attending our annual meeting. In order to conduct official business 1/3 of the homeowners (26) must be present! If you would be willing to serve on the HOA Board of Directors please contact Jim Dwyer at jimmarydwyer90@charter.net.
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We encourage you to visit our HOA website at least once per year for important information on current events, our by-laws, building and use restrictions, and current rules and procedures for our neighborhood park / lake access property.

www.strawberryhillestates.org

Marge Andres Tod Dalrymple Jim Dwyer

John Greko Craig Haitz Frank Nelson

MDHHS makes COVID-19 recommendations about Halloween trick-or-treating, celebrations

Tips for trick-or-treaters and parents:

  • Share with your children that this year may be different than last but let them know some of the new ways you plan to celebrate and still have lots of fun.
  • Talk with children about safety and social distancing guidelines and expectations. Keep a six-foot distance from others not in your group.
  • Participate in one-way trick-or-treating and guide children to stay to the right to ensure social distancing.
  • Trick or treat with people you live with.
  • Avoid congregating in groups around houses.
  • Wear a face mask covering both mouth and nose.
    • A costume mask (such as for Halloween) is not a substitute for a cloth mask.
    • Do not wear a costume mask over a protective cloth mask if wearing both causes difficulty breathing. Instead, consider using a Halloween-themed cloth mask.
  • Only go to houses with safety measures in place.
  • Check out halloween2020.org to find exciting activities and ways to celebrate Halloween this year based on levels of COVID risks in your area.

Tips for homeowners:

  • Use duct tape to mark six-foot lines in front of home and leading to driveway/front door.
  • Position a distribution table between yourself and trick-or-treaters.
  • Distribute candy on a disinfected table to eliminate direct contact.
  • Consider handing out candy in an open space where distancing is possible, rather than from the front door.
  • Consider a neighborhood costume parade; it is an easy way to keep safe space between children.

The full guide is available at the following link. https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98163-540429–,00.html