Cherokee Hills Homeowners Association

The official website for the Cherokee Hills subdivision in Greenwood, SC.

April 11, 2018
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Covenants

Just a reminder that notarized signatures accepting the new covenants need to be returned before the end of the month. Please contact Kyle Scates (kwscates@gmail.com) if you have any questions.

February 21, 2018
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2018 Annual HOA Meeting

The Cherokee Hills HOA Board invites you to join us at Montague’s Restaurant on Tuesday, March 20th, at 6:00PM for the HOA annual meeting and dinner. The meal will be provided by the HOA and options include chicken, beef, and fish entrees. A cash bar will be available.

At this meeting, we will be providing the usual annual reports, as well as presenting and voting on the amendment to our current covenants. For those ready to support the amendment, we will have Notaries available to make signing the document straight forward and efficient. We will also be nominating and voting on the new board member(s). Please make plans to join us for this very important meeting as the future of our neighborhood depends on it.

Please RSVP and provide your entree choice to Kyle and Marti Scates by email prior to March 7th, 2018:

Kyle and Marti Scates
121 Partridge Road
kmscates10@gmail.com

January 16, 2018
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Community Meeting and Proposed Changes to Covenants

Please read the attached proposed Amendment to update the existing Covenants in Cherokee Hills.

In addition, we will be having a Neighborhood Meeting to discuss this Proposal on Thursday, January 25th at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall; 722 Grace Street; Greenwood, SC 29649 and the agenda is also attached.

We hope you will plan to attend.

October 19, 2017
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Meeting Notification

There will be a Cherokee Hills neighborhood meeting on Tuesday, November 7 at 6:30PM. The meeting will be held at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 722 Grace street, Greenwood SC 29649.

Please plan to attend the upcoming neighborhood meeting for an update on the progress of the Cherokee Hills revised covenants, an overview of the proposed covenant format, and a question and answer session.

Wilson Bruce, vice president of Town and Country Property Management Inc. will lead the discussion and give an overview of the intent of the covenants and guidelines. He will also outline what will be required for approval of the finished covenants so that they may be filed at the county court house. Light snacks and refreshments will be offered.

All of the board members look forward to your input so please bring your questions and suggestions.

Board Members
Trisha Craven
Mark Moore
Kyle Scates
Nan Smith
Chuck Stowe
Al Wornall

August 30, 2017
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Suspicious Activity

August 25th, 2017

 

Dear Residents Cherokee Hills:

We are sending out this alert to inform you that your Board has become aware of individuals who are scouting our neighborhoods looking for potential targets to solicit funds from and/or possibly commit theft.  These individuals are suspected meth users seeking to obtain funds to support their habit.  We strongly advise you to report individuals who are driving around our neighborhood in circles to the Sheriff’s department.  Be sure to provide the license plate number and make and model of the cars.  You might consider using your cell phone to snap a photo of such vehicles.

We have been advised to recommend that you NOT open your doors to people whom you do not recognize.  We have one incident of a resident who opened a door in response to the doorbell and found the individual pushed their way into their home asking for money.  Fortunately, she convinced the person she would give them money but went into another room and called the Sheriff.  The deputy took the individual off the premises, and told our resident that the visitor was a known meth addict.

More information will be provided as we learn more.  However, PLEASE DO NOT GIVE ANY MONEY TO PEOPLE SOLICITING FUNDS for their own use.  Such activity will result in encouraging addicts to come to our neighborhood to solicit funds and potentially to target homes for possible theft.    And, please do not hesitate to inform the Sheriff of license plates of people who seem to be taking photos of your homes, driving repeatedly around the neighborhood for no apparent purpose.

Your Board will inform you in advance of inspections by Town and Country for compliance with our covenants.  Should you feel empathy, then give your money to an organization that is knowledgeable and well equipped to help addicts.  Please do not let your charitable inclination put our neighborhood at risk.

Other actions including posting of neighborhood watch signs and seeking volunteers to report on suspicious activity or suspicious solicitors will be discussed during our next Board meeting in September.  I will be investigating which non-profits are working to help homeless and drug-addicted citizens of Greenwood and will offer some suggestions should you wish to donate.    Meanwhile, “if you see something, say something” and use your cell phone camera to document your observations and contact the Sheriff’s office.

Sincerely,

 

Charles R. B. Stowe

President,

Cherokee Hills Homeowners Association

May 22, 2017
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New Website Launch

Thank you for visiting the official Cherokee Hills Homeowners Association website!  If you have any comments/concerns/suggestions for the website, please send a message via the “Contact” link at the top right of the page.

May 22, 2017
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WCTEL Bringing Fiber Optic Service To Greenwood!

  • WCTEL is a local telephone and internet co-op based in Abbeville, SC.
  • They are looking to expand fiber optic internet/tv/phone service to neighborhoods in Greenwood, pending interest from neighborhoods.  Hunter’s Creek has already begun construction for their fiber optic network, and Centre Court/Cherokee Hills are potential candidates for the next rollouts.
  • They gauge interest based on how many people sign up on their website (https://gigupgreenwood.com).  It’s imperative that if we are to be considered, we must gather as many registrations on this website from our neighborhood as possible.  Registering DOES NOT obligate you to purchase service – it’s simply a way to show our interest.
  • The pricing on the website is not concrete – depending on how much interest we have in our neighborhood, the prices will drop.
  • Internet speeds provided by WCTEL are 40 times faster than what is currently offered in our neighborhood by Centurylink/Northland. WCTEL offers 1,000Mbps (also known as gigabit) with no data caps, while the incumbents offer 25Mbps max.
  • This may seem like a huge jump, but internet consumption is only going to increase in the future – we should take advantage of the opportunity to future-proof our neighborhood in addition to increasing property values.
  • The limited availability of gigabit/fiber internet service across the area will make our neighborhood a more desirable one.