Hallcrest Heights is self-governed by a volunteer Board of Directors which convenes monthly at open meetings. There is an annual Association meeting in November.
The Board is always interested in those who might be willing to serve either on the Board or in a helper capacity for special events, or even such matters as watering of trees, clean-up, distribution of information, planting or advising on a range of ideas for improvements, policies, special committees, newsletter articles, Board Meeting agenda items, etc. Contact any of the above Board members if you are interested.
Find all board members here.
President - M.L Clark Tyler
Chairs Board meetings, sets goals for the Board, signs checks, acts for Board with agencies, and local officials.
Vice President - Marie Ternieden (Alternate: Claudio Ternieden)
Acts for President when absent, dual signs checks over $5,000.
Treasurer - Richard Matsko
Responsible for financial records, and status reports, approves payables, coordinates with Accounts Manager and tax CPA, chairs Audit Committee.
Secretary - John Aranha
Keeps historical records, contracts and minutes of Board meetings; handles mail and administrative matters for the Board.
Board Member - Catherine Lincoln
Board Member - Paul Scholl
Board Member- Brett Reck
Other Board Activities
Negotiates and monitors contracts for trash removal and capital improvements (walls, sidewalks, streets, etc.). In charge of planning, and advises on, general community improvements.
Coordinates community walk-through property inspections, ensures that properties are maintained according to the association's covenants and guidelines; chairs committee that reviews all requests for changes to property exterior for approval.
Monitors sales and distributes disclosure packet to buyers/sellers; serves as point of contact for realtors. Organizes & maintains contact information for emergency notification and community announcements. Conducts resident surveys.
Planning Special Projects
Plans and oversees Hallcrest Heights' activities such as the annual picnic, Santa's visit, Dumpster Days, and other such special events.