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Camelot Village Property Owners Association

Open Quarterly Meeting


10:00am - 11:00am


Called to Order:

Kristy Payne (President)

Board members present:

Kristy Payne (President), Marchell Williams (Vice President), Brandi Mcneill (Treasurer), and Blanchie Smith (Secretary)

Residents present:

didn't take roll call

Roll Call and Introductions:




Treasurer’s Report:

Kristy Payne (President)

Reports from Committees:

  • Social Events Committee

Kristy Payne (President)
None due to Covid-19

  • Architectural Review Committee:


  • Landscape and Maintenance Committee:


Old Business:

1. Member at Large Position on the Board of Directors is still open.
Fill out the Board of Directors application if you are interested in the position: 

New Business:

1. The HOA Board of Directors would like to start enforcing smaller rules in the covenants. Look for letters from Kohn-Ell in the mail.

Guest Speaker:


Open Forum:

1. HOA Dues are due July 31st. Please pay before July 31st to avoid late fees.

2. Maintaining Sidewalks in the neighborhood. If you own a lot that has a sidewalk on it, mow the area between the sidewalk and the curb. Edging around the sidewalk helps prevent grass or weeks from growing on the sidewalk. 

3. Parking Complaints. Why can't the HOA Board of Directors do anything about all the cars parked on the street? Because no where in our covenants does it specifically say a homeowner cannot park their vehicle on the street. The HOA can not legally handle this issue. Please try and speak with your neighbor about your concerns. If that does not work, you have the option to call the non- emergency number (919) 831-6311.

4. The city is installing standard setback No Parking signs at all of our stop signs.

5. Pools. Portable or above-ground pools shall be limited to 220 sq. ft. and must be deployed in a fenced-in back yard, and must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee. 45 in. Hard Plastic Kiddie Wading Pool.

6. ATV Concerns. In North Carolina, the laws governing ATVs are similar to motorcycle laws. They must be registered, tagged, and insured. They cannot operate ATVs on any public roads or highways (unless simply to cross the road). The HOA can not legally handle this issue. Please try and speak with your neighbor about your concerns. While we don't advocate calling the police, if it comes to that, please call the non-emergency number (919) 831-6311. Volunteers offered to help hand out flyers to remind residents of ATV laws.

Next Board Meeting:


Meeting adjourned by:

Kristy Payne (President)

Meeting Minutes Hereby accepted by the Board of Directors of the Camelot Village Property Owners Association on:

June 27, 2020

Meeting Minutes Approved By:

Kristy Payne (President)

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