Chesapeake Commons HOA
CCHA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jay Patel President
Brian Smith Vice President
Troy Yocum Treasurer
Shirley Brown Secretary
Sheila Nienhouse Pool/Clubhouse
The next CCHA Board of Directors Meeting will be Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 7:00 P.M. at the Clubhouse. All homeowners are welcome to attend.
Troy Yocum (Treasurer) and Shirley Brown (Secretary) both won another 2-Year Term serving on the Board of Directors at the last Election Meeting held on February 5, 2019. Congratulations to our winners!
Assessments for 2019 are are $210.00 a month. Please pay on time and avoid a $25.00 fine. Assessments are due on the 1st of the Month and Late on the 10th of the month. Visitor Parking Spaces are for GUESTS, not residents. When you purchased your town-home here you became aware that you have (1) one garage space and (1) one numbered outside parking space for your use. If you have more than (2) cars then you must park on the street. You may not take over a Visitor Parking Spot as if it is your own. You can and will get fined and/or towed. Please be considerate of your neighbors and park where you should. Thanks so very much!
Any vehicle parked in the Fire Lane will be towed immediately and without warning!
Please remember the Garages are to be only used for parking a vehicle, not a storage area. The Garage must be cleared and open to fit a vehicle inside at all times. The CCHA will not be held responsible for any items stolen or damaged if put out in the garage. Please keep your Garage Door closed when not using.
The City of Geneva has an ordinance that vehicles parked on the street longer than 24 hours at a time will be ticketed. Please move your cars to avoid parking tickets from the Geneva Police.
Follow us on Facebook CCHA has a FB Page called Chesapeake Commons
Check out the Chesapeake Commons HOA Library up at the Clubhouse. It is located in the lower level. Anytime the clubhouse is open (during regular business hours) feel free to stop in and grab a book or two to take home. No need to return the books as we get ongoing contributions. Currently we have a nice selection thanks to the generosity of Chesapeake Commons residents and a local charity, Hearts of Hope; donating many books.