Board Members & Committees

Board of Directors

Director/President                  2018-21

Shirley Kerns

385-4847

shirley@penningtonlaw.com

Director/Vice President          2018-21

Sue Niewenhous

212-7055

saniewenhous@gmail.com

Director/Secretary                  2019-22

Jennifer Prather

894-2103

JenniferPrather@aol.com

Director                                   2017-20

Ken Stafford

894-8027

jks053055@gmail.com

Director                                   2019-22

Mary Woody

270-9292

chichiwoody@aol.com

Director/Treasurer             2019-22

Allison Harrell

528-3570

atj@thf-cpa.com

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Architectural Control Committee

Shirley Kerns – Acting Chair

385-4847

shirley@penningtonlaw.com

Covenants Enforcement Committee

Shirley Kerns-Chair

385-4847

shirley@penningtonlaw.com

Welaunee Monitoring and Action Committee

Allison Harrell – Chair

528-3570

atj@thf-cpa.com

 

Irrigation Committee

Ken Stafford

894-8047

jks053055@gmail.com

 

Hospitality/Welcome Committee

Roy & Martha Story

894-8368

 

If you’d like to know more about these 

Committees, read on. 

The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) and the Covenants Enforcement Committee (CEC) play an important role in maintaining the integrity of our collective properties.  Each member of these committees is responsible for understanding, evaluating and communicating conditions and standards relating to compliance with the governing documents of our HOA as well as policies  and rules that have been adopted by its Board.

In short, the ACC is responsible for reviewing and evaluating any proposal to construct or improve upon any of the lots within Buckhead.  “Improving upon” includes additions or modifications to existing homes, as well as adding such things as fences, driveways, pools, sidewalks and mailboxes.  Yes, even mailboxes!    Prior approval of the ACC is provided for in our governing Covenants.

The CEC is responsible for receiving complaints about potential non-compliant conditions in our neighborhood and conducting inspections and audits as necessary.  Further, the CEC is responsible for implementing the HOA’s Covenants Enforcement Procedure which includes notifying owners of non-compliance conditions, generating formal non-compliance notices and assessing fines that have been adopted by the HOA.

Our Covenants provide if any construction or improvement is made upon a lot without prior written approval of the ACC, that the owner of such construction or improvement is responsible for bringing such construction or improvement into compliance and to secure ACC approval; and that such Owner is liable for all costs (including attorney’s fees) associated with the necessary removal or restoration to ensure compliance.    In addition, Florida law permits HOAs to assess fines for a continued state of non-compliance with its Covenants as well as file property liens where fines are unpaid.