The Times of University Heights

Dear Homeowners,

I hope this letter finds everyone happy and excited to see Summer finally approaching.

I would like to first announce that the Board has unanimously approved having off-duty CMPD officers patrol the community during the summer. Our goal is to keep crime down with an increased presence of the police.

We started the preventative maintenance program in March on Forest Side Land and Forest Landing to include: painting of doors and shutters, roof and siding repairs and pressure washing the front porches and steps/walkways.

We will also begin spot pressure washing all of the community in June.

We are also excited to announce that the community’s parking lots will be re-surfaced and parking space assignments re-striped and re-painted in June. This will give the community a much needed revitalization and updated look!

After an exhaustive search that took several months and interviewing a dozen companies, we have finally found a new towing company that seems diligent in the towing of illegally parked cars. Please see the article on the next page for more information.

These things are making a difference! Realtors have said that our community is the best-kept Portrait community in the University area – and we couldn’t have accomplished it without your support. It is taking some time, and we knew it would – but it is getting done – and it is paying off.

If you have any questions, you can always email me at president@universityheightshoa.org.

Sincerely,
Shay Cornet