The Role of the Homeowners Association (HOA)
To be effective, a homeowners association needs a strong board that understands their role and pursues it with passion and a concise mission in mind. To form an effective board, directors must have a clear understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the association, its history and what is to be accomplished. Every homeowners association should have responsibility for its assets as well as its operation in accordance with standards established by state and federal law, local ordinances, and the governing documents upon which the entity itself was created.
St Clair Rep – firstname.lastname@example.org – Joanna Odum
Communications – email@example.com – Diane Stephenson
Please consider volunteering for an HOA board position! Position descriptions can be found here. Contact anyone on the board with your interest.
Mayfair/St Clair HOA Board
President – MFSCpres@gmail.com – Brian Boro
Vice President – firstname.lastname@example.org – Darin Koff
Secretary – email@example.com – Dawn Lockwood
Treasurer – firstname.lastname@example.org – Michele Przybylinski
Membership – email@example.com – Lilly Rehberger
Swimming Pool – firstname.lastname@example.org – Kevin Rodgers
House & Grounds – email@example.com – Anita Sullivan & Karen Lecates & Bryant Whelan
Tennis Chair – firstname.lastname@example.org – Jeff McMichael
Social Chair – email@example.com – Jen Boro
Zoning Representative – Liz Warren