SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
Saturday October 27, 2018, 5:00 pm at Norm’s house.
1. Clear Cutting of Trees
2. Old and New Business
2018 GHOA Annual Homeowner’s Meeting
August 18, 2018, 10 am
Rochester Public Library (upstairs), South Main Street, Rochester, VT
Afterward: BBQ/Picnic: Pumpkin Patch B&B
1. Guest Speaker: Rod Leahy: Bingo Basin in Peril
- Call to order and President’s opening remarks – Norm Christiansen
a. Introduction of Board
b. Introduction of new owners
- Approval of 2017 Annual Meeting Minutes – Barbara Shenton
- Election of Board Members, each to serve a term of two years.
- Officer and Committee Reports
- Great Hawk Sewer System – Paul Gillis
b. Great Hawk Cooperative Water Systems – Christians Jacqz
c. Common Land – Norm Christiansen
d. Architectual Review Board – Mark Kassop (Clear Cutting of trees)
e. Tennis club – Deanna Campbell
f. Upper Sparrow Hawk Road (private road) – Frank Campbell
g. Secretary/GHOA Office – Barbara Shenton
h. Treasurer – Tom Grillo
- Membership vote on Proposal for FY 2018 Budget
- Old Business
a. New Business
b. Meeting AdjournmentDon’t Forget: GHOA BBQ Picnic at The Pumpkin Patch B&B immediately following the meeting
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There will be a Chip-off for the year 2019 in the Spring.
1. Bring all brush up to the side of the road, very close and convenient for a truck w/ chipper to drive up to. Brush too far away from the road cannot be picked up.
2. Place the thick end of the branch toward the road. This makes it easier to feed the chipper.
3. Branches cannot be more than 3 inches in diameter.
4. Refrain from bringing in soft, rotten, or extremely wet branches. They gum up and render the chipper inoperable.
5. Carefully choose where on the road you’d like to place the branches, because the chipper will spit the chips back out in generally the same spot.
Great Hawk is a private residential homeowners association along the mountainside off Route 73 in Rochester, VT. Rochester is a small town located in the Green Mountain National Forest in central Vermont along the White River Valley approximately 25 minutes north of Killington.
Great Hawk is one of six communities conceived by the well-known architect, Robert Williams. It consists of approximately 90 residential properties, common land, a pond, tennis courts and other amenities.
Great Hawk is convenient to many near-by recreational facilities, whether it’s hiking, golfing or bicycling during the warmer months, or downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing or getting out on a snow machine during winter. Great Hawk is ideally situated in central Vermont with lots of recreational opportunities for you to explore.
About Great Hawk Homeowners Association (GHOA)
GHOA is a homeowners association is a non-profit organization protected by Guidelines, By-Laws, Covenants, and an Architectual Review. It membership are dedicated to providing all homewners with these protections, rights, and privileges to ensure a quality of living that is in harmony with its environment.
If you are buying or selling a home or lot in Great Hawk, please see this page.