400% pay Increase for CVHA Board Members + more good news

First, the Board is pleased to announce an agreement with Starbucks to occupy the common area between the mailboxes and Hwy 410 in Village 1.  No more than 550 cars a day are expected during peak weekends.

Second, due to the great work we do, the Board has approved a 400% pay increase for ourselves.

Comments can be sent to AprilFools@CVHA-YouShouldKnowBetter.COM

2021 Annual Meeting Info.

In 2019 your Board approved sharing our documents on-line as a way to save you money.    You will also receive a postcard from CVHA notifying you that our 2021 information is now available on this blog under “CVHA DOCS”

The Annual meeting is cancelled due to COVID-19 so you want to review the information so that you can:

  1. Review the 2020 annual meeting minutes
  2. Look over the 2021 budget
  3. Vote for two Board members for the open positions

2021 Dues & Annual Meeting

Great News…no increase in dues for 2021.

The Annual Meeting scheduled for January 16 is cancelled due to COVID-19.  All information normally provided at the meeting will be available on this blog beginning in December.  Homeowners will receive a postcard when the information is available and will also be able to request a hard-copy of the documents.

Commons and Vehicle Use

The commons has been closed to motorized vehicle use except by authorized users (PSE, Century Link, etc.) and by CVHA doing maintenance in the area.  Temporary signs have been posted at a few access points that have been used as access points.

Issues with noise, resource damage, potential user conflicts, potential liability issues and wildlife disturbance were considered in the decision.

Any comments can be directed to cvhapres@gmail.com

CVHA Board of Directors


Mail Theft

There was an apparent theft of mail from a mailbox in CV1 the past few days.  This has been an ongoing problem every year for as long as I have lived in the Village.  What can be done:

–If possible pick up your mail as soon as close to delivery time as possible.

–Buy a locking mailbox.  They will limit theft of the opportunistic kind, that is those that “grab and go”.

–Do not mail items from your box with the flag up and try not to have important documents and items delivered to your box.

–Be vigilant of strange vehicles or persons around the mailboxes.  I know this is difficult with rentals and people driving in to look at elk.  Then there are those taking a drive to escape the virus restrictions.

–Get license numbers and descriptions of suspicious vehicles/people.   Who to report to if your information can be directly tied to a theft occurence?  WSP or the Pierce  County Sheriffs Office.  For local information your information can be shared via the e-mail link below.

–Your board is open to any other ideas, they can be dropped in the CVHA mailbox in CV1 (17222 Crystal Dr. E.) or e-mail to cvhapres@gmail.com



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