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All communication with the management company MUST be in writing via email – this includes pool tags, maintenance work orders, collections issues, landscaping requests, etc. This ensures that not only can the property management company track it better, but the Board is copied on all correspondence. Send your email to: PropertyManager@UniversityHeightsHOA.org. All emails must be returned within 24-48 hours unless it is a maintenance emergency.
In this issue: Crime Stats Traffic Awareness Community Events Inside Story Featured Story: CMPD Engages with Youth Mentorship Program Download the December 2017 Newsletter
Here are so Holiday Saftey tips that might help keep your home safe while traveling and being away from home. Valuable items, such as televisions, stereos, and computers should be inscribed with an identifying number unique to its owner (do not use your entire social security number). Create an up-to-date home inventory including make, model, […]
As many of you have noticed, we have a lot of landscaping items going on. To give everyone an update, Byrd’s Landscaping started in April and hit the ground running. They have been working hard on the turf trying to get areas to grow where there was just red clay before. Our current project is […]
CMPD Engages Community with Waves of Change Program It’s no secret. Law enforcement officers are under more scrutiny than ever. Stories of police brutality and misconduct make headlines almost daily across the country. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officers Eric Marcus and Chad Webster know that. “It’s tough. If you take any job – no matter what it […]
Fun Things to Do in the University Area Some of Charlotte’s hottest events take place in the coolest spaces in University City. Concerts at PNC Pavilion, NASCAR races at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the International Festival at UNC Charlotte, and the unique University City Duathlon in University Research Park are just the start. With annual events […]
With Christmas just around the corner, home owners are neck-deep in decorations and last-minute shopping, excited to soon share their holiday cheer with loved ones. But thieves and vandals also have something to look forward to in the holiday season. Cars and homes filled with easy-to-grab boxed goodies and lawns decked out with opulent embellishments make tempting […]