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Pool Update
Posted on May 28th, 2020
POOL UPDATE: Your homes association board voted unanimously to open the neighborhood pool as soon it can ensure the pool area is a safe environment for all. We anticipate that the pool will open the weekend of June 12th. There is much to complete before that weekend, and there will be a number of changes in policies and procedures for all. We’ll  send out a comprehensive email as we get closer to the opening day.
Richard White
President, CCHA
Pool News!
Posted on May 26th, 2020
Hello Members! 

As the weather becomes warmer please be aware of suspicious activity in the neighborhood and report to Leawood Police Department.
 
Two males and one female hopped the pool fence (landing hard on and denting the trash bins). Three observant neighbor boys saw them and yelled that the pool was closed. The trespassers cussed out the kids, hopped back over the fence, and sped away in a gray Toyota sedan. We called Leawood police and filed a report. 
 
Due to Covid-19 guidelines the pool remains CLOSED at this time until further notice. 
Pool News
Posted on May 14th, 2020
Dear Carriage Crossing Home Owners,

After many discussions and much research, the Board for the Homes Association has decided we will not open the pool until we reasonably believe opening the pool to be a prudent decision. We’ve had discussions with experts, city officials, county officials, and other neighborhood homes associations.
The CCHA Board, at the May 3rd meeting, made the following decisions:
1. We will not open sooner than June 12th, and only after it is considered reasonably safe to open the pool, in accordance with other relative agencies’ decisions to open.
○ Additionally, the CCHA Board will not open the pool until it is confident that the HOA has adequate insurance to address the various possible issues that may arise.
2. If and when we do open the pool, we will follow state and county orders and regulations regarding the maximum number of people and social distancing requirements.
3. The CCHA Board made the decision that, for 2020, guests will not be permitted to use the pool.
4. No parties will be allowed at the pool this summer unless the state achieves at least Stage 3 requirements set forth by the state of Kansas. No exceptions.
5. Those that fall under any high-risk categories for contracting COVID-19 should not use the pool.
6. The pool gate entry system is due for update/replacement. All homeowners will need to register for and obtain a new key card when available. Stay tuned.
7. The new waiver and pool rules form (which will be made available to homeowners shortly) must be signed and received by the CCHA Board before you will be permitted to use the pool.
Community Event!
Posted on Apr 7th, 2020
Lawn Clipping Bag and Recycling
Posted on Mar 25th, 2020
Members,
Our Trash service will begin picking up lawn clipping bags on April 7, 2020. Attached are items for the purpose of recycling. Thank you for your patience!
HOA Board Meeting via ZOOM
Posted on Mar 24th, 2020
Members,
 
April 5th, 7:00pm HOA board meeting will be conducted via ZOOM. Following are instructions to participate. If you have questions about ZOOM please contact Laura.
 
Laura Lieberman Siebers
503.866.8242
laurasiebers@gmail.com
 
Zoom Join-Meeting instructions: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting
 
Zoom Invite: 

You are invited to the Carriage Crossing HOA Meeting Zoom meeting.

Join Zoom Meeting by clicking the link:
https://zoom.us/j/4926474403

Meeting ID: 492 647 4403

If you wish to use your phone for audio (sometimes more reliable. Try plugging your headphones into your phone for clear, hands-free sound), dial a phone number below after clicking into the meeting:

+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 301 715 8592 US
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Enter this Meeting ID when prompted: 492 647 4403
 
Zoom Tips: 
Click GALLERY VIEW on the top right to see everyone's faces in even boxes (Brady Bunch style). 
Ensure you volume is turned on and up and that your microphone is not being used by another application (close all other programs).
If you have background noise, mute yourself when you're not speaking. 
 
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Laura Lieberman Siebers
503.866.8242
laurasiebers@gmail.com
Annual Dues
Posted on Feb 19th, 2020
Hello Members,
 
Notices for HOA Dues will be mailed out the week of 3/9/2020. Prompt remittance will be appreciated! Thank you for your patience in the delay!
 
HOA Board meetings
Posted on Feb 19th, 2020
Next HOA Board Meetings are 3/8/2020 and 4/5/2020 at Leawood Justice Center, 5025 W 117th St Leawood Ks 66211 @ 7:00 pm.
Annual HOA Meeting
Posted on Jan 4th, 2020
CCHA Members,
 
Please mark you calendars for our annual HOA meeting! Sunday, January 26th at 7pm at Church of the Resurrection. 13720 Roe, Leawood Ks. Building "B", Room B152.
 
This is a great time to meet board members, neighbors, get involved, share your great ideas and bring solutions to neighborhood concerns.  We look forward to seeing you there!
 
Kindly,
Jada Smith
FALL WASTE
Posted on Nov 25th, 2019
Hello Members!
 
Many have asked about the number of lawn waste bags for pick up each week. We are contracted to have a max. of 20 bags per week, per household, until the end of the year.
 
On behalf of CCHA BOARD and MEMBERS:  Thank you to all who are respectful of your neighborhood and who bag your lawn leaves to keep them from blowing into your neighbors yard. PLEASE do not simply blow them into the street! If you have trees in your yard please do your part in keeping the leaves cleaned up. Leaves in the streets create a hazardous driving condition as drivers can not see what they are driving on and where curbs end and begin. Pets sometime will rest in these piles. Additionally, leaves eventually end up in the sewer drainage and cause issues there. If you need help in gathering your leaves, there are plenty of lawn services available along with neighborhood kids as well as adults willing to help for a nominal fee. 
 
We are grateful, as we entering into the week of Thanksgiving, for the continued pride of home ownership that our members express. Deeming our neighborhood one of the most sought after areas to live.
 
Kindly,

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