Author Archives: Rock Harbor Assoc.

This emergency meeting will be held Monday, Feb. 8 at 10:30 am in Rock Harbor Park Pavilion in the park.  Purpose of meeting is to discuss : Legal options in light of recent lawsuit judgement Options and method of finances for the operation of Rock Harbor Park Restructure of the POA     

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the meeting scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 16 will not be held. Please See Rock Harbor POA Update for full meeting schedule and other current information.

The contact number for Rock Harbor POA has changed. Please update your contact list to: (682) 498-0097.

At a community meeting on November 16, 2019, lot owners present were briefed on the impact of a recent lawsuit settlement.  Effectively, the RHPOA serves as a home owners association for Rock Harbor with authority and responsibility for Rock Harbor Park.  The association does not have authority to charge mandatory fees. Those present heard a presentation by the association’s attorney about the steps necessary to establish the authority of the RHPOA to serve as a home owners association for the entire residential development.  Those assembled agreed that this was the path to take. Per procedures prescribed by state law, a three person committee of property owners was named to explore the feasibility and then execute the steps necessary.  The committee is made up of property owners, Cliff Thomas, Lorraine Miller and Peter Mastrangelo.   First steps will be to canvass property owners to assess interest in expanding the association’s authority to…

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The Board of Directors has established voluntary assessments for 2020 at the same levels as the previous “mandatory” assessments: $120 per lot for lots purchased after August 8, 2016 (and $120 for lots previously grandfathered purchased prior to that date.)   Essentially your assessments remains consistent with previous years, except that they are now voluntary.  Your continued support will enable us to continue to maintain the park and serve property owners to the standards we have been accustomed to. 

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