The 2021 Hunters Creek Property Owners Association Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021 at 6pm in the Harris Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend!
March 3, 2021
Hunters Creek HOA Members,
Although COVID 19 has prevented us from having open member meetings, your board has continued to meet remotely and in person to continue the work of the HOA . We are sending this letter to touch base and give an overview of activities since we last met.
All board meeting minutes are posted for your review on the Hunters Creek website, http://www.hunterscreekplantation.com. Please use this resource for other information you may need. Also, on the website, you will find board members name and contact information. Please feel free to contact t any board member with any questions or concerns regarding Hunters
The Reserve Advisers were commissioned to complete an in-depth reserve study to determine the appropriate dollar amount to maintain in the HOA reserve. The study has been completed, and the board is reviewing their recommendations.
An ad hoc committee has been established to bring a 3-to-5 Year Plan to upgrade amenities – i.e. Lighting, Landscaping, Signage, etc., for the improvement and maintenance of the community. If you have any suggestions for upgrades or needed maintenance, please notify the board.
Any incident of vandalism that you observe, we ask that you please report it to the police and to our county representative, Robbie Templeton at, 864-942-8008 (work). The more attention brought to the acts of vandalism, the better our chances are for corrective action.
-Hunters Creek Board of Directors
Town & Country recently installed several new SLOW SPEED signs throughout the community in an attempt to remind drivers to reduce their speed while traveling down any main thoroughfare.
GOLF CART REGULATIONS
It has been brought to our office’s attention that there have been several incidents involving minors operating Golf Carts throughout the community. The most recent situation involved a homeowner almost hitting a Golf Cart that crossed the road from the Cart Path without stopping to check for traffic first.
South Carolina Law (56-2-105) requires that all persons who operate golf carts to have the following:
- * A valid SC Driver’s license
- * Registration Certificate
- * Proof of liability insurance
We are asking that parents please restrict the use of driving a golf cart to only those who qualify to do so, and those who are legally allowed to operate one to please be mindful of the traffic flow within your neighborhood. All families with children and golf carts should remember the specific laws that govern anyone under the legal driving age.
With school beginning soon, the amount of traffic through the neighborhood is only going to increase in the afternoons. If you are a golf cart-owning parent within the community, please help us maintain neighborhood safety. We thank you for your help with this matter.
Due to the COVID -19 impact and the restrictions of the total number of attendees in one location, The Hunters Creek POA Board of Directors has decided to delay the association’s Annual Meeting, normally conducted in late June. As things progress, and begin to get back to normal, an announcement will be made regarding a new date for this meeting. We thank you you for your understanding.
Recently, Granger Smith, of Town & Country Property Management, accompanied Al Bergen (Concerned Hunters Creek resident) and Matt Mills (Greenwood County Road Maintenance Superintendent) on a ride-through assessment of all Hunters Creek’s roads. During the meeting, obvious and wide-spread deterioration was noted on multiple roads by Mr. Mills. Some in greater need of repair than others. Following the meeting, Mr. Mills committed to a concerted effort on the part of Greenwood County to have Hunters Creek’s roads placed on the list of those to be addressed by the Roads Department as soon as resources would allow. Within the next few months, we anticipate an increased presence of County vehicles and workers that will be evaluating these concerning areas, and eventually making the necessary repairs. There is no guaranteed time-frame given by Mr. Mills, but he committed to have these individual repairs made within a timely manner.
Minutes from the January 14th, 2020 Board Meeting are now available in the Board Meeting Minutes tab to the right of the screen. You will also be able to find the most recent Balance Sheet in this tab as well.
Hunters Creek Property Owners Association, Inc.
Board of Directors Meeting
Harris Baptist Church (300 Center St. in Greenwood)
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
1. Welcome and Establishment of Quorum
2. Financial Update – Bob Moon
• Status of Financial Audit
• Updated Financial Report
3. ARC Building Activity Report — Barry Brown
4. Legal Issues Update • 102 Isabella Court Update • Proposed Amendment to bring ACC under the Board’s Authority
5. Ad-Hoc Committee-Arch. Guidelines – Cummings/Meredith
6. Open Owner Forum
There have been recent sightings of individuals using the Golf Course for various activities. This land is the property of LS Capital, and is strictly off-limits at the current time. If you happen to notice any type of activity occurring on the grounds of the golf course, please do not hesitate to call the Greenwood County Sheriff’s department. You can reach them at 864-942-8600.
November 12, 2019
Hunter’s Creek HOA UPDATE
Dear Hunter’s Creek HOA members;
We continue to see growth in the neighborhood. Currently there are 5 new homes under construction and 1 home addition. The ACC also has 3 plans submitted for approval. Proof of the desirability of our neighborhood.
The board is determined to resolve the issue concerning the burned house on Isabella Court. Our attorney has notified the board that one of the other parties involved with the Isabella Court house has declined to sign the agreement made in August. This lack of action from the parties has prompted the board to request that our attorney seek a court ruling on the matter.
The board is also, with help from our attorney, crafting an amendment proposal to bring the ACC under the jurisdiction of the HOA Board and to increase the number of members of the ACC, from 3 to 5. Additionally, an Ad Hoc committee has been formed to evaluate the current ACC guidelines and make recommendations for changes where necessary.
At the September Board meeting a request to investigate the potential of mowing the former golf course property was made. We have gotten estimates from several landscaping companies, and we are now just awaiting approval from the property owner to proceed with a one time cutting. We hope to have this done prior to the holidays.
We hope you have noticed several upgrades and improvements to three of the enclaves within our community. At the Woodlawn Road entrance, up-lighting was installed to illuminate the trees along each side of the street. Eighteen Queens Court had its entrance recently pruned and the brick wall cleaned. The entrance to Foxchase was refurbished with new landscaping and up-lighting.
We are beginning to plan for our annual Christmas Social.
Mark your calendars as our next Hunters Creek Board Meeting will be January 14th at 6pm at Harris Baptist Church.
As always, your board works for you, and strives to keep Hunter’s Creek a thriving and vibrant community. If you have any questions, concerns or comments please contact Town and Country or a board member.
The Hunters Creek Board of Directors