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1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the park.
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2. The Executive meets every last Saturday of the month.
3. Maintenence Dues
• Monthly payment - $200
• Quarterly payment - $500
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At the April 2014 General Meeting the 1st Vice President Andrew Grant gave an update on the road, saying that there was some recent news of progress coming out of the Ministry of Agriculture. It has been reported the funding from the Sugar Transformation Unit has been approved for several cane roads, including the Hartlands Road. Tender for these should be announced within the next few weeks but details on the scope of work had not yet been obtained. Optimism was expressed that between that and work to be done by WIHCON, our problems with the road could be solved by the end of the year. The meeting was reminded that the plans include the installation of traffic lights at the intersection with the Old Harbour Road.
The Member of Parliament (MP) has promised to get the road graded if it gets worse before repairs begin.
Labour Day is fast approaching and volunteers are needed for the projects listed below. Contributions of building materials (steel, lumber, sand, cement, gravel) etc, are welcome for Labour Day and for the other projects to be undertaken in the near future.
Four (4) main projects have been identified for Labour Day.
1. Repairing and painting of the Guard House at the entrance.
2. Painting and beautification of our welcome signs and the areas surrounding them.
3.Painting of the columns and curb at the entrance.
4. Tree planting exercise (Entrance way and Park)
Given the fact that the collection for Hartlands Roads have been going on for a number of weeks, the Executive group thought it best to hold back on the collection of Maintenance Dues during that time. However, it is now time to get back to taking care of our Community Entrance, our roads and our green areas.
Beginning next week-end (April 27th & 28th), we will be collecting Maintenance Dues at the entrance.
Collection will take place for only one week-end at the end of every month.
We are also considerate of the hard economic conditions that prevail at this time, so we have adjusted our dues from $350 to $200 monthly. We are however asking that you try to make payment for one quarter (3 months - $600) at this time in order to facilitate our Labour Day Projects. However, all contributions are welcomed.
Editor's Note: To request collection of maintenance dues at your home Click Here
Residents, see financial statements for the 2nd quarter of the current financial year (November to January) and for the previous three years. Those annual reports were submitted to the Companies Office of Jamaica in December 2012.
The report for 2012 contains an error: the sum of $18,500.00 listed as "Bank fees" should have been placed in the line for "Fund-raising costs"
Residents will be asked to vote on the following proposal