Sheffield Towne Association Board Meeting

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To The Sheffield Board of Directors

Sheffield Towne Board of Directors

  • The President - President - 1802 Fenwick Ct Schaumburg, IL
  • Mark McLean - Secretary - 1917 Hastings Ct Schaumburg � 60194
  • Edward Callahan - Treasurer - 1800 Fenwick Ct, Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Tom Kunzer - Member - 1030 Denham Pl APT 1, Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Bruce Lund - Member - 1930 Cheltenham Pl, Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Victor Solorzano - Member - 1014 Denham Place, Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Chuck Watson - Member - Not a Homeowner. Should renters be the board? They cannot and should Vote!
  • Barbara Hopkins - Member - 2026 Oxford Ct, Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • The Property Managment - Propert Managment - [email protected]

Letter to the Sheffield Board of Directors

As a homeowner in the Sheffield Towne community since 1996, I have always taken pride in our neighborhood and its upkeep. However, recent concerns regarding the care and maintenance of our community's landscapes have prompted me to contact you.

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Following the gutter drainage project, I have noticed a significant decline in the standard of maintenance provided by our property management team. Since the completion of this project, issues such as the failure to control weeds, including dandelions and other invasive species that are now encroaching upon the front bushes, have become increasingly prevalent.

Moreover, I have repeatedly requested that these weeds and the stones left behind be removed after digging up the ground to bury the pipe. Despite submitting work orders and voicing my concerns, the necessary actions have yet to be taken to address these issues effectively.

As a homeowner who has been part of this community for almost three decades, I believe in maintaining the high standards that have made Sheffield Towne such a desirable place to live. Neglecting essential maintenance tasks affects our neighborhood's aesthetics and impacts property values and overall resident satisfaction.

Please assist in promptly addressing these concerns. Our property management team must understand the importance of maintaining our landscapes to the highest standards. Also, I would like to clarify the reasons behind the continuous failure to complete work orders successfully and what measures are being taken to fix this issue.

Given my deep concern for our community, I am more than willing to collaborate and contribute to finding practical solutions to these challenges. Whether it involves increased oversight, better communication channels, or exploring alternative landscaping strategies, I am fully committed to working together to improve Sheffield Towne.

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Also, I need to address another concerning issue regarding gutter cleaning. Following maintenance last fall, I observed a troubling pattern of debris left behind after gutter cleaning activities. This negligence poses aesthetic concerns and can lead to more significant issues, such as clogged drains and water damage to our homes.

We must hold our property management team accountable for their actions and ensure that all maintenance tasks, including gutter cleaning, are carried out thoroughly and with meticulous attention to detail. I would appreciate immediate action to fix this situation and to implement measures to prevent its recurrence in the future.

Moreover, considering the persistent issues with landscape maintenance and the emergence of weeds, I strongly advocate for re-establishing an agricultural committee within our community. Such a committee can play a pivotal role in overseeing landscaping projects, implementing effective weed control measures, and ensuring that our community's green spaces are maintained to the highest standards.

An agricultural committee can provide valuable insights and recommendations for sustainable landscaping practices by bringing together residents with expertise in horticulture, landscaping, and environmental conservation. This collaborative approach will address immediate concerns and foster a sense of community engagement and stewardship toward our shared environment.

Reinstating an agricultural committee will be a proactive step toward enhancing the beauty and vitality of our neighborhood. I would appreciate the consideration and support of this initiative to promote a greener, more vibrant Sheffield Towne community for generations to come.

Also, I would like to bring attention to another pressing issue that has been overlooked for far too long: the fence that has been down for the past three months. Unfortunately, despite repeated notifications and requests for action, the property Managment has yet to take any meaningful steps to address this matter.

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The prolonged presence of a broken fence not only compromises the security and privacy of our community but also detracts from its overall appearance and safety. It is unacceptable that such a fundamental aspect of our neighborhood infrastructure has been left in disrepair for an extended period without any resolution.

I would appreciate immediate action to fix this situation and restore the fence to its proper condition. Residents deserve to feel secure and confident in maintaining our shared amenities. The property Managment must prioritize the repair of the fence without further delay or fine the homeowner.

I urge swift intervention to address this matter and restore the integrity of our community's boundaries. The safety and well-being of our residents depend on it.

I appreciate your attention and look forward to hearing from you. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need more clarification or help.

Thank you for your time and dedication to serving our community.

Concerned Homeowner

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