After a trial run earlier this year, MIC’s HOA Network kicked off its first official HOA Forum on October 22. Twenty-six people representing 15 HOA’s and one non-HOA neighborhood were in attendance. All HOA and non-HOA neighborhoods in Mableton and surrounding area are welcome!
Special thanks to Beth Taylor, HOA Attorney, as featured speaker on the topic, “How to Run a HOA.” Everyone learned something new from Ms. Taylor’s excellent presentation. Also, thanks to Barry Krebs of Keep Cobb Beautiful for brief presentation about the relationship between litter pickup and community value. Barry encouraged neighborhoods to “Adopt-A-Mile” in their area to keep our collective community free of litter and looking good. While the presentations were superb, the networking and information sharing among the HOA’s were also incredible. It was great to see HOA participants sharing insights and resolution ideas for addressing common problems.
HOA’s represented included: Brookview, Concord Village, Creekside at Wade Farm, Cypress Club, Harvest Pointe, Inverness, Kingsbridge, Legacy at the River Line, Milford Woods, Parkview Commons, Providence, Silvergate, Stoneybrook, The Reserve of Old Lost Mountain, Vinings Cove. One non-HOA neighborhood on Queen Mill Road was also in attendance.
The next forum is planned for February, 2019. The topic under consideration is “Dealing with Rentals including Airbnb,” Future forums will be limited only to Associations that have signed up as HOA Network members. The cost is only $55 per year. For this small donation, your association gets the benefit of local HOA networking and best practices, subject matter experts, vendor referrals, quarterly forums, MIC newsletter, and local zoning information. Click here to join now!
Questions? Email Ray Thomas.