Archive for July, 2011

Been Trying

July 23, 2011

Yes; I have been trying since June to get answers from the new owners. I have been sending emails for a response on some important issues here in the park. It’s been about 7 emails so far with no response. I will keep trying to work with the new owners, we all need answers. If and when I get answers I will post them. Please be patient, I was told that they were coming into the park this past week, and I haven’t seen them either. thx. Jim

Saturday’s meeting

July 16, 2011

UPDATE: Our meeting started off with the secretary reading of the minutes, then the Treasure gave her report. We are looking for ways to get extra funds so more things can be done for our seniors and kids. The I started with the Holley’s got a new mailing address it’s in Florida. We talked about the problems with the dogs and cats. It was mention that your dog is a companion not something you tie out all day till 10-11 pm. then bring them in. The rules say to take out to do their business and bring in your pet to be your companion. Renters are breaking the rules for having pets.

I started to talk on the Federal courts of having more and more issues with titles for the homes the date for that is August 24, 2011. We also talked about people being picked out for the rules, and others are not getting them. This is harassment if certain ones are being targeted. We also talked more on the neighborhood watch, we need everyone to keep an open eye. We are also looking to have a party for our paid members that attend meetings.

Music to listen to Liberty Twp.

July 15, 2011

Calendar of the remaining dates

July/August 2011

Churchill Park

July 22nd – Jim Moran (keyboard / mix) 7-10 PM

August 19th – Jones for Revival (rock/ mix) 7-10 PM

August 26th – The Classic Cruisers(pop decade) 7-10PM

Neighborhood Watch

July 15, 2011

Dear Neighbor,

Neighbors in our area have established a Neighborhood Watch, Watches are just that: neighbors watching out for themselves and each other to make the neighborhood a safer place to live. Neighborhood watches all over the country let neighbors get to know each other better, and help reduce the chance of criminal activity in their neighborhoods and communities.

A local law enforcement officer helps train us in personal safety and security for our homes, as well as ways to join together and use our time and talents to tackle problems we think can be resolved when we all work together.

Neighborhood watches cost only the time it takes for us to care about our neighbors. Please come to the meeting and help us discover ways to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood. This is everyone’s responsiblity.

Saturday’s Meeting

July 12, 2011

It’s time to have our meeting it’s the first and 3rd Saturday, I hope to see you all, come and enjoy the news, and the friendship of good friends. We need everyone working on the same page. We need to have alot of work done here soon, give your inputs. thx. Jim

The Purchase Price

July 9, 2011

I wanted you all to know this before the papers print this. I had a call Yesterday questioning the cost of the sale of our community. The purchase price is ordered to be allocated as between the Collateral as follows.

A. Vintage Village Property: $1,200,000.
B. Country Squire Property: $ 250,000.
c. Stateline Property: $ 100,000.
D. Butler Property $ 250,000.

Total: $ 1,800,000.

We need to come together at our next meeting, in one week on the 16th at 4:00 pm on Saturday. We tried to buy our community as a co-op and they wanted 3 x of what they sold Vintage Village for, imagine that !

June Newsletter from MHOAA’S

July 8, 2011

June 2011 Eblast
Welcome to MHOAA’s June 2011 Eblast. Please consider forwarding this Eblast to all the members of your homeowners’ association and other interested individuals.
MHOAA National Convention – Why attend the MHOAA Convention?
By Kylin Parks, MHOAA Board Member
The number one reason to attend is that it is Energizing: We all work very hard throughout the year towards the same goals. Let’s face it battling these issues is hard work and very wearing on volunteers. We all have experienced burn out, but after you attend the convention it’s like your batteries are totally recharged. You have great networking opportunities to see what and how people from other states are dealing with the same issues. New ideas are gathered and friendships are made. I can’t begin to tell you how many people have told me that after the Convention they are returning to their state with a fresh new perspective!
The second reason is Knowledge: The workshops are well thought out and speakers are knowledgeable and prepared. A pre-convention survey is taken to be sure that the topics are those that the attendees are interested in. You will come home with lots of handouts and new ideas to share with the rest of the members in your association.
The third reason is just plain Fun: It is great fun to connect with others from around the country who our facing the same challenges that you are. Whether it’s your first convention or you have attended many, it’s always great to see your fellow manufactured home owners in relaxing atmosphere where you can share success from throughout the year with others who truly understand what it takes to achieve them. It is a time of celebration, something we should try and remember to do all year long but usually gets lost in frenzy of the important work!
PLEASE JOIN US!! YOU WONT BE SORRY!
MHOAA’s Annual Convention will be held on October 20-22 in the DC area. We have obtained a room rate of $105/night for single or double occupancy rooms at the Crowne Plaza, Silver Spring, MD. Please call the hotel at: 1-866-829-4126 to make your own room arrangements. Be sure to give them the 3 letter code (MHO) so that you get the special MHOAA room
rate. If you would like to share a room (and keep expenses to a minimum), please let Ishbel (ishbel@mhoaa.us) know so that she can match you with a room-mate.
Last word for June – Welcome PAMHOA – MHOAA’s newest state association member – it is good to add Pennsylvania to our list of state members. MHOAA also welcomes individual home owners’ associations as members ($35/annual membership) as well as individual home owners ($15/annual membership). Please see the application form on the MHOAA website (www.mhoaa.us) for more details.

The Latest from the Courts

July 6, 2011

06/30/2011 RECEIVER’S WITHDRAWAL OF MOTION FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER APPROVING BIDDING AND OTHER PROCEDURES FOR THE RECEIVER’S SALE OF CERTAIN PROPERTY WITH CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE FILED BY HARRY W GREENFIELD (Attorney) on behalf of ROBERT M GREENWALD (OTHER) 0.00 0.00

06/29/2011 DECREE OF FORECLOSURE 6-30-11 COPIES TO: PROS, B. SCHRADER II, P. LEWIS, K. BELFANCE, B. WALL, T. HEROLD, MAHONING COUNTY TREASURER, L. REED, R. REED, R & M STATELINE, R & R BUTLER, COUNTRY SQUARE ESTATES 38.00 38.00

06/17/2011 ANSWER OF DEFENDANT BEL AIR MOBILE HOME PARK, LTD. WITH CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AND EXHIBITS FILED BY BRUCE R SCHRADER II (Attorney) on behalf of BEL-AIR MOBILE HOME PARK LTD (DEFENDANT)

As far as I know, the sale is still going forward. As to the sale, the Receiver, on June 30th, filed a notice of withdrawal of his motion for bid procedures (since no other bids were received). In the notice is states that an order to approve the sale was submitted (I saw a draft about a week ago). It may be that someone got wind of the withdrawal of the motion to set bid procedures and thought that was the sale.