May, 2016

What’s New in Doral

1. (May 18, 2016)  Doral Homeowners Annual Meeting.  The 2016 Doral Homeowners Annual Meeting was held on Wednesday evening, May 18, 2016. A quorum of homeowners and board members were present along with a Summit Management representative. In addition to the normal meeting proceedings, 2 existing board members (Sandy Bernstein and Richard Carr) were voted in for new 3 year terms, and 1 new board member (Jean Langbein) was voted onto the board for a 3 year term. In the post meeting executive session Jean Langbein was voted in as the new President of the Doral Homeowners Association. Jean is no stranger to the board, as her husband, outgoing President and board member, George Langbein has been active in the Doral Homeowners Association for over 8 years. We welcome Jean to the board and look forward to working with her in her new role as our President.

2. (May 18, 2016) Thank You for Your Service.  Last night’s Doral Homeowners Annual Meeting marked the end of a highly successful partnership of our outgoing President, George Langbein with the Doral community. Over the course of 8 years, starting as Treasurer and completing 2 terms as President, George has left a lasting legacy on the Doral community. Just a few of the examples of his hard work and diligence include changing the Homeowners Association from a Management Company run to self-run Homeowners Association (providing a significant savings to the homeowners), renovation work on the Doral community front entrance and townhouse common areas, and installation of the traffic signal at the Doral community entrance (saving lives and property damage). The entire board and community thank George for his years of service and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.

3.  (May 19, 2016)  ARC Inspections Coming in June.  It’s that time of year and the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) will be conducting their annual inspections on or around Saturday, June 11, 2016.  The following are some of the common problems found:

• Mildew/mold on the siding
• Peeling paint and rot on wood trim
• Non-uniform window grids/screens (should all be in or all out)
• Trash and recycle containers visible from the street
• Trees overhanging public sidewalks inhibiting clear passage
• Neglected maintenance of yard

Please ensure that your property is in good order to avoid being cited.  Thank you for keeping our Doral community beautiful!What

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