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|Member at Large||Clint Bryant|
|Member at Large||Rick Hughes|
|Member at Large||Greg Bockart|
Changes to Association Board
At the annual HOA meeting in September, Denise Ridenour announced she would be stepping down as president of the board effective Jan. 1, 2023, after serving in this capacity for nearly 22 years. She is open to serving in a different capacity on the board. Additionally, MG Shapiro, who served on the board for eight years, has resigned due to other obligations including serving as lieutenant for the Troy Fire Department. The good news is two homeowners, Katie Austin and Michael Griffioen, expressed interest in joining the board of directors during the annual meeting.
To officially elect Katie and Michael, an election ballot will be emailed to all homeowners giving them an opportunity to vote. A brief background on Katie and Michael follows. Please cast your vote by November 30th.
Background on Katie Austin and Michael Griffioen
I am an organized person and have spearheaded a few fundraisers for charity organizations. It comes easily for me to find a common thread of interest with almost any person I meet.
I am a good communicator and enjoy crafting clearly written correspondences. I am detail oriented and take pride in my work. I hold myself to a high ethical standard and expect others in leadership positions to do the same.
I moved to the Forest Creek neighborhood on Labor Day weekend of 2022. After attending my first HOA meeting and hearing the concern and need of board members I felt compelled to volunteer.
My career is rooted in property management, and my expertise in that field is supported by roughly a decade in multifamily property management. I look forward to assisting in ensuring the continuation of the great conditions I’ve seen in the community!
Are you “in the know” with Forest Creek?
Whether you are new to our subdivision or your email address has changed, please notify the board of your current email address. Outdated emails do not exempt homeowners from annual dues (see below.)
Association fees are due by April 30th every year to avoid incurring late fees and other penalties. Dues are sent to homeowners via electronic mail (email). The email will direct homeowners to our secured online payment feature on the Forest Creek website or you may also remit your dues by check to the address noted on the invoice.
Interested in spearheading a subdivision event?
The association board sets aside funds every year for subdivision special events. If you have an idea for an event and can volunteer to organize and plan an event, please let us know! A special event could the subdivision garage sale, a holiday parade or party, or an adult get together at a nearby establishment.
Questions? Comments? Send via the Contact the Board button above.