Board Meeting   by "the board"
All co-owners and tenants are encouraged to attend.
The next board meeting will be the annual meeting to be held at the
Kenbrooke clubhouse;
4:00 pm on Thursday April 23th, 2015.
Note the early time(4:00pm) for this meeting, most meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month.

Spring 2014 Newsletter   by the Davis Group 5/1/14
Monthly fees and special assessments: Your Board of Directors is eliminating ‘regular’ Special Assessments beginning with the Budget Year 2015. The budget will plan for known expenses in the monthly fees and only special assess for unknown or unplanned expenses. As the original 2014 budget included two special assessments, the Board has approved the following modifications:
1. Only one special assessment in 2014, that will be due June 30 th, 2014.
2. Adjust the monthly Association Fees effective July 1, 2014 by approximately $9 per unit to make up for the special assessment that is being eliminated from this year’s budget.
Owners will be sent payment coupons and Special Assessment details.

Pool Update: The pool will open May 24 th. You must have a key fob to enter the pool. All owners should have a key fob, so renters should coordinate with their owner for a key fob. Contact Davis Group at 269 353-9600 if you need a key fob. Pool hours are 10 am to 10 pm, seven days a week. No alcoholic beverages or glass containers are allowed in the pool deck area.

Spring dumpsters: Special seasonal dumpsters are presently on site. They are located near Building 17, as you enter Kenbrooke, and near Building 6, as you enter the rear of the complex. They will be here through May. Please ensure that all items go into these and not in or around your normal garbage dumpster in your parking lot. Nothing should be on the ground and if full, the dumpster will be emptied and returned.

Spring cleanup: Every owner is reminded to clean up and maintain the patio areas in front and back of their unit. This is an ongoing effort throughout the year and it is the owners’ responsibility to weed and pick up debris in your immediate patio and front and back yard areas. The Association will mow the grass and pick up the common grounds around buildings. Weeds are particularly noticeable at this time of year, so please remove them along with any debris around these areas. It is great to see the addition of mulch, flowers etc. to beautify these areas.

Pet rules: All dogs must be on a leash when outside. All dog feces must be promptly picked up. No Rottweilers nor Pitbulls are allowed. Please contact Davis Management if reminding your neighbors about these rules is ineffective.

Motor vehicles: All vehicles must be currently licensed and in apparently operable condition while on Kenbrooke’s parking lots or they will be removed at the owner’s expense .

Year ‘round recycling: There are permanent recycle containers at the west end of the parking lot of Building 6, near the playground. Please note the recycling guidelines.

Board meetings/web site/email notifications: Regular monthly Board meetings are 6 pm, on the third Thursday at the clubhouse. All owners and renters are invited to attend. You are advised that Kenbrooke has a website, and you are invited to provide your emailing address to Davis Management if you wish to receive any special notifications.

College Dollars for KPS Students
A group of citizens interested in economic strength and quality of life in the City of Kalamazoo have made a tremendous contribution on behalf of KPS students. All students who graduate from Kalamazoo Public Schools, are residing in the district, and have been students four years or more will be given funding for college tuition and mandatory fees. The amount of available dollars depends on years of residency and the number of grades attended in KPS, up to 100% of tuition and mandatory fees. The funds will be available to use at any public university or community college in the State of Michigan.

For more information, visit the KPS website or visit the Kalamazoo Promise page at Mlive






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