PPHOA Winter 2021 Newsletter

PPHOA 2021 Winter Newsletter Update on the Neighborhood By Bob Hayes, PPHOA President I hope everybody had a great holiday and I wish all a very happy and healthy new year. Unfortunately, in this year’s article I need to talk about money. The HOA dues have remained at $80 per year for…

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AUGUST 11 BLOOD DRIVE   Sponsored by the PPHOA

The Providence Plantation Homeowners Association Invites you to participate in our   AUGUST 11 BLOOD DRIVE    When:           Wednesday AUGUST 11, 2021, 2 PM TO 7 PM                          By Appointment (SIGN UP ON-LINE, IN ADVANCE)             Where:          ST. NEKTARIOS CHURCH’s Parking Lot, 5108 Kuykendall                                (in Buses provided by The Blood Connection)                     …

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I-485 Weddington Road Interchange

I-485 Weddington Road Interchange The guest speakers  for our annual meeting on  February 25 were NCDOT Division 10 Super Engineer Brian Davis, and  Warrren Cooksey, Director of Toll Operations, NCDOT Turnpike Authority (formerly Director of Outreach and Community Affairs, NCDOT Division 10). They were invited to the meeting to discuss…

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Update On Flooding in the Neighborhood

REPORT OF FLOODING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD Many of you will recall that the HOA recently canvassed the neighborhood regarding flooding concerns after receiving several complaints.  After receiving those reports, we then contacted the appropriate County authorities advised them of our findings and sought their input.  In short, their response was…

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The Homeowners Associations and Swim Clubs Explained

The Homeowners Associations and Swim Clubs Explained Within our overall Providence Plantation neighborhood, there are associations – some of which overlap – that can be confusing to new and old residents alike. While they’re more like family members rather than competitors, a bit of explanation might clarify who the groups…

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