Lake Front Royal Property Owners Association, Inc.
Lake Front Royal Property Owners Association, Inc. Lake Front Royal Property Owners Association, Inc. serves as the governance association for the Lake Front Royal community
115 Lake Front Road Front Royal VA 22630
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Lake Front Royal Property Owners Association, Inc.

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February 28, 2018 Special Meeting

Lake Front Royal Property Owners Association Board Special Meeting has been scheduled for

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Samuels Public Library

White Meeting Room B

All LFR Property Owners invited to attend. 

The agenda includes:

  1. Call to order
  2. Adjustment in Seating/ Combination of seats
  3. Call for executive session
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Annual Meeting Edition-September 2017

 

Dear Neighbors,

There are several problems currently facing our community. Speeding, the recent car break-ins, and trash accumulation come readily to mind. Perhaps though, the biggest problem is the continuing division concerning the hostile takeover by the county, against the majority vote.

I've been asked about the county problem several times. Why don't we give up, sign the contract, give the county ownership of the lake and dam? It's really very simple. What they did was wrong and everybody knows it. Even the small handful of  residents who participated know it was wrong. That's why they're so eager to "forget it" and "move on".The lies, back door antics, collusion, and failure to act in accordance with the majority vote are not acceptable. Acquiescing to the county does not benefit the community.

Speeding continues to be a major problem .Seriously folks, SLOW DOWN! Someone . is going to kill a pet or a child on our roads, and what for? Saving 5 seconds on their commute? Is it worth it? What if that child or dog was yours? Would you accept the excuse that the driver was in a hurry? Think about that the next time you're doing 50mph on the mountain.

Littering is disgusting! I can't figure out why people would want to throw trash on the roads and in the public areas of the community where they live. The county has repeatedly refused to pick up the trash even though they are responsible for the community maintenance. There have been several community members who have taken it upon themselves to pick up the trash on the roads and in the common areas and the community thanks you for your efforts! There has been a suggestion of a community clean-up of volunteers to gather the trash. The concern here is if someone were to get hurt on glass or metal, or get stuck with a needle, or run over by a speeder, and the liability problems that come with an injury. Take down the plate numbers of anyone you see tossing trash out and report them, ask your neighbors at the lake to pick up after themselves. We can do better than this!

Recently, there have been several car break-ins. Please remember not to leave valuables in your vehicles and to keep them locked.

Lastly, as I watch the Harvey disaster continuing to unfold and Irma churning her way towards the United States, I would suggest that everyone have a family emergency plan. I remember Isabel and being without power and water for several days!There are many examples of emergency plans to be found on the internet, including on the sites of FEMA and the Red Cross. Take a look and be prepared, especially as we

move into the winter months. We were lucky last year with no snow or ice to speak of, but I doubt that will continue.

Take Care, Azlee Bates

LFRPOA President

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FINAL NOTICE FOR BILLING PAYMENTS

March 29, 2017

Members,

The LFRPOA sent out invoices in Janruary for the fees being charged by the POA for the responsibilities and maintenance needs not covered by the sanitary district. These fees are separate, and in addition to, the sanitary district tax. These fees are payable to the LFRPOA and not to the county.

As of this point in time we have a 94% collection rate (way to go!) However for those who have not already established a payment plan, and who have not yet paid their bill; we are extending the deadline for payment to May 3, 2017. In essence this means that the payment must be received by the May 3rd date. Any payments not received by that time will be sent to the collections attorney.

Sincerely,

LFRPOA BOD

 

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Billing Reminder

December 28, 2016

Members,

In the next 10 days, the LFRPOA will be sending out invoices for the fees being charged by the POA for the responsibilities and maintenance needs not covered by the sanitary district. These fees are separate, and in addition to, the sanitary district tax. These fees are payable to the LFRPOA and not to the county.

The budget has been revised several times while the LFRPOA BOD tried to determine what the county would be taking care of. The county asked that the lake and dam areas be turned over to them as the responsible owner. The LFRPOA BOD determined that giving ownership of the lake and dam areas to the county is not in the best interests of the community; therefore, the LFRPOA BOD will continue to maintain these areas.

The budget will be included with the invoices and a 4 month payment plan will be offered in lieu of the previous 10 month plan due to the smaller amount of the lot fees.

The fee is $100 per lot and is due by March 1st, 2017. Any member needing a payment plan will need to fill out the form enclosed with their invoice and return it by March 1st along with the first installment.

Sincerely,

LFRPOA BOD

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County Contact Information

December 28, 2016

 

Residents,

 

As of January 1st, 2017, Warren County will take over the bulk of maintenance in LFR as per the samitary district order. There has not beem a sanitary distruct manager hired by Warren County and so Bob Childress will be the the acting saniatry district manager. The number to call for all complaints and concerns about roads and maintenance is 540-636-1600. LFRPOA BOD will no longer be handling the road maintenance.

 

LFRPOA BOD

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SD Advisory Board

November 18, 2016

 

Dear Neighbors,

 

This week the county Board of Supervisors appointed the 5 member advisory board. The five people comprising the advisory board are as follows: Ken Harvey, Dale Suprlock, Erin MacMillan, Jim Barnes, and Charles Gornowich.

Attached you will find a copy of the by-laws for the advisory board.

I have asked the county to provide a contact name and number for residents to call about roads, maintenence, and any other concern in the subdivision. The county has advertised for a sanitary district manager, but has not hired anyone yet. As soon as they do hire a manger, I will post that contact information for everyone. If they are unsuccessful at hiring a new manager, Bob Childress will be in charge and his contact information will be provided. I will post all contact information prior to the January 1st takeover.

 

Sincerely,

 

Azlee Bates

LFRPOA President.

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