Upcoming Event:

Volunteer Open House
Saturday, January 31st
7pm - 9pm

Making Our Community Work

Kentlands is the great place that it is because the people who live here make it great. All do some, some do more. Those who
“do more” are often the unsung volunteers who serve on our various committees.

There are about 26 opportunities to do more opening up over the next few weeks because the terms of those who have given generously of their “blood, toil, tears, and sweat” are expiring. While many have offered to continue to serve, “many hands
make light work” and new volunteers with new ideas and new energy are always welcome.

Read the full article here on pg. 16. 

Community inspections 
for 2015 have started. Click here for more information!

Property Maintenance Inspections 2015

No one wants to read that property maintenance inspections are just around the corner, especially when we all had the best intentions to tackle painting our crusty fences or touching up dings in the garage door this past summer.  The last uniform
review of Kentlands properties was performed in January 2013. 

But let’s rewind a bit further to understand the history and reasons for establishing this review process.  In 2006 when I joined the Board of Trustees there was no process in place to perform uniform maintenance review of the properties in the neighborhood.  The maintenance review at the time was inconsistent and predominantly generated by neighbor complaints or staff review while out and about on community business.  The Board of Trustees would hear many complaints from homeowners that went much as follows: “Why am I getting a letter about the condition of my (fill in the blank) when the following houses of my neighbors have the exact same issue and are not being cited?” 

Read the full article here.


RSV Pools

Recently, Scott Vincent, the owner of RSV Pools was convicted in Federal Court for hiring unauthorized aliens from January 2009 to June 2013 to work for RSV Pools who is the pool management company currently under contract with the KCA.

Once we were made aware of the court action, we had discussions with both Scott Vincent and the KCA attorney.  Based upon assurances we received from Scott and advice from our attorney, we plan to move forward with RSV Pools for this upcoming pool season.  Their current contract expires in March of 2016. 

You can read the article that appeared in the December 31, 2014 edition of the Gazette Newspaper.  

Read the full article here

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