1-- Non-Profit, About Association, Directors, Officers, Documents, Amendments, Meetings, Committees, Assessments, Dues|
2-- Collection Policy, Insurance, Common Areas, Pool, Marina, Fire Protection
3-- Association Responsibilities--Security, Maintenance, Receipt & Disbursement of Funds
4-- Most Common Covenant Violations
Shiloh Falls Homeowner's Association, Inc. was incorporated by the Developer June 23, 1993, in the state of Tennessee (Secretary of State Control Number 026279) as a "Non-profit Mutual Benefit Corporation".
ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION
On January 2, 2001, the homeowners received control of Shiloh Falls Homeowners Association, Inc. from the developer. Membership in the Association is automatic with the purchase of a lot within the Shiloh Falls Subdivision.
The Association's members are the owners of 454 Residential Lots contained within approximately 1000 acres of land located on Pickwick Lake in Hardin County, Tennessee, focused on waterfront living. As of Jan 2019 there were 160 homes and 294 Lots without homes in Shiloh Falls.
Shiloh Falls Homeowner's Association is responsible for the maintenance and preservation of common elements, roads and the Association pool and the review of all exterior home and yard improvements.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The affairs of the Association are administered by an elected Board of Directors. The Board consists of seven (7) members elected to staggered three (3) year terms. Board members are elected at the Annual Meeting held each January as terms expire or positions become vacant. Board members are not compensated for their duties.
The officers of SFHA shall be President and Vice-President, who shall at all times be members of the Board of Directors, a Secretary and a Treasurer, and such other officers as the Board may from time to time by resolution create. The election of officers shall take place at the first meeting of the Board of Directors following each annual meeting of the members.
The Board of Directors is obligated to run the Association according to its recorded legal documents:
a) BY-LAWS OF SHILOH FALLS HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC. FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF SHILOH FALLS SUBDIVISION
b) COVENANTS, RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF SHILOH FALLS SUBDIVISION
c) Resolutions adopted by the Board of Directors
Each property owner should be familiar with the content of these documents.
AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS
The Bylaws may be amended, at a regular or special meeting of the members, by the affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the number of votes entitled to be cast by the members.
AMENDMENTS TO COVENANTS
The covenants, restrictions, easements and limitations are to run continuously with the land and shall be binding on all parties and all persons claiming under them until January 3, 2023, at which time said covenants shall automatically be extended for successive periods of ten years unless by vote of the majority of the then owners of the lots at any meeting held after January 3, 2023, it is agreed to amend said covenants in whole or in part. The Developer had the right to modify or amend these restrictions up until the time the Developer assigned control of the Subdivision and its amenities to the Homeowner's Association, which was completed January 2, 2001.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
The annual meeting of Shiloh Falls Homeowner's Association is held in January and written notice will be provided. The purpose of this meeting is for all members to review the Association's prior year activities and expenses and the coming year budget and recommendations. The elections of Directors occur at this meeting.
The Board of Directors meets monthly on the first Tuesday of the month. Contact one of the Directors if you would like an item added to the Board's meeting agenda.
Current standing committees are the Architectural Committee, Finance Committee, Security Committee, Social & Publicity Committee and Maintenance & Grounds Committee. The Board appoints committee members. All property owners are encouraged to support the Shiloh Falls community by their active participation in committees.
ASSESSMENTS & DUES
All homeowners and property owners are assessed annual dues in accordance with the provisions of Article XII of the BY-LAWS OF SHILOH FALLS HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC. FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF SHILOH FALLS SUBDIVISION (included in this manual) and the AMENDMENT TO BY-LAWS BY RESOLUTION.
Annual statements will be mailed to SFHA members, on or about the 20th day of November for the following year. Each statement will detail the dues for the next year, any dues in arrears, late fees, special assessments, all other amounts due including a general comment section. The annual assessments should be made payable to Shiloh Falls Homeowner's Association and are due on the first day of January.
These fees fund the services and expenses of the development.
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