This year’s HOA Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, Oct. 7 at the Nocatee Welcome Center’s second floor ballroom. All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend.
A mailing with more details should have arrived in homeowners’ mailboxes this week. If you can’t attend this year’s meeting, please fill out and submit a proxy form so that a quorum can be obtained to conduct any matters that may need a vote.
A copy of the 2022 proposed operating budget with detailed budget assumptions is availablehere or can be found at the top of the Documents page of this website. The proposed budget reflects no change in the HOA fee from 2021.
Any questions regarding any of these materials should be directed to our property manager, Anna Hornstein, at First Coast Association Management Company. She can be reached at 904-998-5365 ext. 231 or email@example.com.
Once again it’s time to consider whether you’d like to help your community by running for the HOA Board or by joining one of its committees.
Letters to each homeowner are arriving in the mail now with instructions to submit an application to the Association by no later than Thursday, September 9. Additional information about what to submit and to where is included on this application form.
As stated in the letter, board members serve terms of only one year and, as Brookwood is a moderate size community, the time and efforts demanded are minimal with only quarterly meetings.
Homeowners will receive a ballot by mail to vote before the annual meeting at 7pm on Thursday, October 7, at the Nocatee Welcome Center.
If you are interested in serving in a different capacity than on the board, please call our property manager, Anna Hornstein, at 904-717-9231 to inquire about our active committees.
Due to the rise in COVID cases, the HOA Board will host this Thursday’s meeting (August 25) via Zoom instead of in person at Cypress Trails. Homeowners are still encouraged to attend by using the following information.
Please note that the quarterly HOA Board meeting previously scheduled for this coming Thursday has been pushed back one day to Wednesday, August 25. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the Cypress Trails pavilion.
All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend. After the board goes through its regular agenda there is a time for homeowner questions and comments. Your interest in the community is appreciated.
Please note that the HOA Board meeting previously scheduled for this coming Thursday has been postponed until Thursday, August 26. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the Cypress Trails pavilion.
HOA Meeting – Thursday, April 15th, 6:30pm at the Cypress Trails Pavilion
All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend this quarterly meeting of your HOA Board of Directors.
Brookwood Yard Sale – Saturday, April 17th, 8am-2pm
Although announcements are being placed in some media, please use your own social networks to draw more attention to this event. You are welcome to place balloons in your yard to show that you are open for business during this time period.
The Brookwood HOA Board of Directors will hold a special meeting at 2pm via Zoom tomorrow (Thursday) solely to discuss one homeowner’s drainage concerns. If you have an interest in attending, please contact our property manager, Anna Hornstein, to receive a link to attend the meeting. Anna can be reached at (904) 998-5365 Ext. 238 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After establishing a quorum, it was announced that the HOA Board of Directors now consists of Bill Fitzgerald, Karen Higgins and Ty Blake at this year’s annual meeting held last week. Ty is a new member of the board with Bill and Karen continuing their service.
It was also announced that a 2021 Operating Budget was passed that reflects no change in homeowners’ fees from the previous year.
After the meeting, the board members decided among themselves that Bill will be the board president, Karen will continue as vice president and Ty will be treasurer/secretary. In practice, the president officially calls and runs the board meetings, but all three members address issues and finances associated with the HOA.
A big thank you to Elaine Prisby who presided as president of the board since its inception until she resigned from the post on October 1. Among her accomplishments while on the board were negotiating additional playground equipment when the developer did not put in a second park; staying on top of vendors such as our landscaping company to ensure all work was carried out in a timely manner; working with an arborist to address issues associated with neighborhood street trees; with her husband, Henry, planting annuals at both entrances, and most recently ensuring that two deteriorating slides were replaced at the playground.
Elaine intends to stay involved with the HOA, especially on the property committee. All board members encourage other community members to help on committees if they are not already involved. Follow this link to find an area that may interest you and then find out more information by contacting our property manager, Anna Hornstein, at email@example.com or by calling her at (904) 998-5365 Ext. 238.