By: Sharon Aron Baron I received a call from a Woodlands neighbor who has lived here for over 30 years who wanted me to remind residents of a few things she thought were important and hoped I could help spread the word. I told her I’d do the best I could. Hide your garbage cans: After garbage days, cans […]
Following a continuous trend of misinformation from the WHOA, once again letters were sent to homeowners with distorted facts. The problem is, though the letter is on WHOA stationery, no one even had the courage to sign their name to it.
By: Sharon Aron Baron This morning, I received a copy of a letter signed by Alan Wise on Ambassador Property Management’s letterhead. The letter states the following: There was no signature. However, in an email I received today it was included along with a letter from Section One President Alan Wise who wrote to Section Two Board members: “ […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron Residents have a chance to attend the annual meeting of the Woodlands Homeowners Association on February 9, and when they do, they may want to ask the board a few questions. For instance: What exactly does the WHOA do for me? Why can’t our Section change our documents and operate independently, […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron Although Woodlands Section 3 and 4 are not part of the WHOA, the officers and directors of the WHOA keep finding ways to mislead, misinform and confuse the property owners of these two sections. The latest in these scare tactics arrived by mail today claiming that Sections 3 and 4 lost […]
Is it necessary for our residents to pay two corporations to live here?
In the Woodlands Country Club, 792 homes have their own sections and by-laws, and six out of eight sections are part of the master WHOA.
After 40 years, the assumption that our homeowners association included every section in the Woodlands proved otherwise when board members produced Articles of Incorporation that showed that there were two sections that weren’t even part of the HOA at Monday night’s meeting.
Over the past year, several owners have turned their homes into motels renting them out by the month, week or even day to anyone who will pay.
The applicants to fill the seat of Patti Atkins-Grad who resigned just weeks before a recall election was to take place are in. Eight applicants have applied, and the city commissioners will begin interviewing five of the them at city hall at 9 a.m on Monday, and three more on Tuesday.
In May, TheWoodlandsTamarac.com and parent company Talk Media Inc. was issued a cease and desist letter initiated by HOA President Patti Fox when she contacted attorney’s Becker & Poliakoff. The letter alleged that this site was infringing on the association’s intellectual property and tarnishes the goodwill of the association. The legal costs included drafting the letter, trademark research, and speaking to other attorney’s.