Hunter's Creek Property Owners Association, Inc.

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It has recently been brought to our office’s attention of a situation involving the hunting of wildlife within the Hunters Creek neighborhood. A duck was recently shot with a bow & arrow, and was left with the arrow left inside of the animal, where it remained alive for some time after. We will remind you of the following provisions established by Greenwood County:

(a)It shall be unlawful for any person to commit any of the following acts on any property owned by, leased to, or under the control of the county without written consent of the county manager:

 (2) Killing, harming or harassing any mammal, bird, reptile or amphibian.

 (3) Hunting in any area.

 (b) Penalties. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined in such amount or imprisoned for such time as is within the penalty jurisdiction of magistrates’ courts. In addition to or in lieu of arrest, any person violating the provisions of this section may be ejected from the premises and shall not be entitled to a refund of any admission fee

 Hunters Creek is a special tax district, and is considered under the County’s jurisdiction for these types of matters. So in accordance with the County’s established provisions, endangering any animal’s well-being within the community is unlawful, and punishable in a court of law. We ask those who witness any type of detrimental behavior towards the wildlife in our community to please contact the Greenwood County Sheriff’s department and report such act. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with this matter.

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Please be on the look-out for a wedding band that was lost last week. It is a White Gold band with the inscription of October 5, 2013 engraved on the inside of the ring. It was lost somewhere between 401-413 Hunters Creek Boulevard. If found, please contact Dan English (108 Culbertson Court) at 864-554-4297. We appreciate your help with this matter.

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We have received numerous calls regarding pets roaming freely throughout the neighborhood. Please remember that there are Greenwood and Abbeville County leash laws that prohibit any domesticated animal from being off its property without a leash attached to an owner. Refer to the “Pet Leash Regulations” tab to the right of the page if you should have any further questions.

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We are currently experiencing issues with debris piles being placed out before the 22nd of the month, being placed on vacant lots owned by other property owners or on common areas owned by the Association, and piles exceeding the size limitations. Please make sure that you read over these guidelines to help keep this function as sustainable and successful as we possibly can. Thank you for your immediate cooperation with these policies:

Greenwood County

  • Yard Waste Piles should be positioned along the edge of the adjoining roads next to the homeowner’s property. (Care should be taken to prohibit that piles do not become traffic hazards).
  • Yard Waste is to be defined as Vegetative Materialsuch as:
      • Clippings generated by cutting the grass
      • Pruning debris from shrubbery
      • Leaves
      • Small Tree Parts
  • Items NOTconsidered to be Yard Waste include:
      • Debris generated by any lot clearing, professional tree removal services, or commercial lawn care/ landscapers
      • Discarded furniture, appliances, old lumber, wire, landscape timbers, garden hoses, or plastic containers
    • Leaves, needles, and small clippings must be bagged to prevent blowing off their trucks.
  • Greenwood County pick-up will be limited to a Once a Month, Last Week of the Monthperiod for all homeowners. Please have piles positioned on YOUR PROPERTY NO EARLIER than the 22nd of each month.
  • Debris Piles:
      • Piles will approximate Seven cubic yards in volume (Ten Foot Length, Six Foot Wide, and 3 Foot High), and pick-up will be limited to Twenty Bags of Yard Waste per month.
      • Two small trees with parts cut in lengths no longer than 4 feet and 6 inches in length will be accepted for pick up
    • Piles should be positioned along the edge of the adjoining road next to the homeowner’s property and not any vacant lot or common area. (Care should be taken to prohibit that piles do not become traffic hazards).
  • Any debris generated by Contracted Work is not to be included in homeowner piles
  • While mulch-cutting of grass and fallen leaves is encouraged, cut grass and other yard waste, such as cuttings from shrubbery, decaying tree limbs, etc. should be bagged and/or piled within in the street right-of-way – ONLY ON YOUR PROPERTY. Please keep your yard debris off of any vacant lot that may be located near your residence.

Abbeville County

There is currently no scheduled service by Abbeville County or any Waste Removal Contractors for this section of the neighborhood. Please plan accordingly, and take your debris to off-site waste removal centers.

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On behalf of ownership, management and staff, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the HOA at Hunter’s Creek for their continued support of the Club.  Together, over the last 90+ days, all have worked together as a team to get Hunter’s Creek moving in the right direction.  There are still many things to accomplish, but without the support of the Home Owner’s Association, it would be very difficult.  We look forward to the future and continuing to work together.

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Dear Hunters Creek Owner,

Last night we conducted your Annual Members Meeting. Attached are the minutes from the meeting along with 2 financial reports that were handed out.  Let me quickly recap the highlights:

  • A quorum was achieved with 274 lots being represented.
  • Amended and Restated By-Laws were adopted
  • Budget for 2018-2019 was approved
  • Four new board members were elected. We wish to congratulate the following:
    • Jeannie Dean, Ralph Layland, Tom Pritchard and Bob Moon.


– Town & Country Property Management