UHOA Elects Officers and Directors
At the January annual UHOA meeting, Sue Bernstein (Kirkwood Subdivision Association) was elected president and Michele Margosian (Dells of Bloomfield) is the new vice president. Former president Richard Moxley (North Hills Homeowners Association) will continue as a director. Former vice-president, Jon Levin recently moved to another community. Other officers are: Doug Gentry (Kentmoor Association), treasurer, and Linda Ulrey (Lakes of Echo Park), secretary.
All organized subdivision associations in Bloomfield Township may join UHOA and they also have the option to purchase group liability insurance for their own subdivision officers. Join soon and ask for this benefit. Click here to see if your subdivision is already a member. If your subdivision is not organized, contact the UHOA for possible assistance.
The meeting scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb.15 has been CHANGED from a general meeting to a meeting of the Directors and Officers ONLY.
The roster of officers and directors changed a bit due to people moving or retiring. Therefore, the new UHOA board will take this date to review the by-laws and any association concerns that may need addressing this year. Additionally, the UHOA website will undergo some corrections/changes in the near future.
Post Your Comments and Concerns
IF your subdivision currently has an issue that you would like help solving, please add to the comment section provided by Patch below. Those comments will be taken to the UHOA February meeting for discussion by the officers and directors as to how the organization may be able to assist your subdivision and/or the township as a whole. Or, contact your representative to the UHOA.
United We Can Accomplish Great Things
The UHOA can be a "united" voice advocating for your subdivision's needs. At the March meeting, the entire organization can help determine the priorities and ways to make our township and particularly each subdivision better.
The UHOA working together with the township, and particularly new Supervisor Leo Savoie resulted in televised and archived Board of Trustee meetings. The UHOA membership anticipates more cooperation for other township meetings ( ZBA, Planning Commission, Design Review Board, etc.) to be recorded and archived since the installation of permanent cameras occurred last month at township hall. What other issues can be solved through united efforts?
March General UHOA Meeting Date
The next general membership meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 21. Come to this meeting to learn more. New member subdivisions are welcomed throughout the year. The dues structure is on the UHOA website.
“Dedicated to preserving, promoting, and improving the Bloomfield Township Homeowner Associations and our community through united action.”