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Spring 2016 Newsletter
Dear Fellow Homeowners:
A small group of Comite Hills homeowners continue to work in the
background to provide varied services to all whom live in Comite Hills.
This is done with only a fraction of all homeowners paying the
non-mandatory membership dues. There are 256 homes in subdivision, yet
only 112 paid the $50.00 annual dues last year. In newer subdivisions,
membership is mandatory/legally required, and the dues begin at $125.00
and go upwards.
The purpose of the homeowners organization is to provide information and
address our common needs in these ways...
- we provide information to the homeowners and residents via mailed
newsletters, postings on our website(Comitehills.com), emails sent, face
- we take care of the many common medians/circles throughout the
- we communicate with City of Central, Central Police, EBRP Sheriff's
Department, as needed on behalf of the residents regarding multiple
-we are in contact with other nearby Homeowner Associations to keep aware
of any unusual activities that should be reported to our residents.
- we participate in the Central Community Alliance so as to be aware at
all times of what is going on within our city and surrounding area.
- CHHO has in the past few years been successful in maintaining the
integrity of our subdivision by: preventing the connection of Magnolia
Square onto our streets, and, the development of a multiple Townhome
community on Triple B Road on three occasions.
-annual Santa Claus drive in December with children's names called out
and candy thrown to them.
There is more to be done however, particularly in this day and age.
Crime is increasing and will unfortunately get worse in all likelihood.
We want to renew the effort to add security cameras in Comite Hills,
along with other items to be considered. These include looking into
additional street lights, initiation of a strong Neighborhood Watch
Program, and reminders regarding the traffic laws/signs within our
streets. We are experiencing more families moving into Comite Hills
with young children so as we drive, we need to take more care
We feel that the installation of additional cameras, will act as a
deterrent and will capture images of vehicles and individuals on our
streets that can be used by law enforcement personnel to solve crimes.
The cameras currently currently installed have been
instrumental in doing this in multiple circumstances!! However, such
cameras involve a financial investment, and when shared by all
homeowners can cost as little as $26.00 per year or $0.07 per day. This
is a very reasonable amount for your safety/security.
Sometimes other measures such as paying for additional police patrols
throughout the subdivision will be necessary, as well as maintenance for
the camera system. In order to handle these costs, we are setting our
annual membership dues at $100.00 per household. Along with the
increased security measures, we will continue to provide beautification,
Santa Claus, directories for each home, postage for mailings, etc.
A demonstration meeting for the camera system is going to be held on
Monday April 18, 2016. Please contact CHHO for the time and location
of this meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to show you the
features of the system and how it will enhance safety within Comite
Please make your check out to Comite Hills Homeowners Organization. You
can mail to: CHHO: 6930 Bryce Canyon Dr. or give to your street
Thank you for your participation in our organization!!
Your Filing Captains and/or Officers will be going door to door over the
next several weeks, they want to hear from you regarding your concerns
and desires for happy, healthy, and safe living within Comite Hills.
Let's all be good neighbors and work together for the best!
CHHO 2016-2017 Membership Drive