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RESOLUTION TO IMPLEMENT DEED RESTRICTIONS

The resolution was adopted by the Board of Trustees on 22nd day of August, 2002 and shall be effective on 1stday of September 2002.

WHEREAS the Board of Trustees of the Nassau Bay Homes Association, Inc. (the "Association") is charged, under the terms of the dedicatory instruments governing its community, with the responsibility of enforcing, by any proceeding at law or in equity, all restrictions, conditions, covenants, reservations, rules, liens and charges now or hereinafter imposed by the provisions of the Declarations of Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions governing the community (the "Declaration"); and

WHEREAS from time to time homeowners violate the restrictions set forth within the Declaration and fail to respond to the demands from the board to place their properties in compliance with the restrictions imposed by the Declarations; and

WHEREAS the Association deems it to be in the best interest of the Association to adopt a uniform and systematic procedure for dealing with the deed restrictions in a timely manner, and further believes it to be in the best interest of the Association to refer deed restriction violations to an attorney for enforcement so as to ensure restriction compliance by homeowners in an effort to preserve and maintain real estate values throughout the community; and

WHEREAS there is need for policy to be established concerning the procedures to follow in enforcing deed restriction violations for the Nassau Bay Homes Association, Inc.;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES BE ADOPTED TO COMPLY WITH THE TEXASPROPERTY CODE, CHAPTER 209 AND AMEND ALL PRIOR ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES AND MAY BE AMENDED IN THE FUTURE BASED ON NEWLY ENACTED LAWS:

 
Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Nassau Bay Homes Association
Thu, Jul 09
Zoom Meeting
Jul 09, 6:00 PM
Zoom Meeting
To appoint Don Hollowell and Spencer Carabajal to the Nassau Bay Homes Association Board of Trustees vacant positions.
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2020 NBHA BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTION: RESCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 3,2020

Your Trusted Partner in Community Living

We are now accepting Applications to be placed on the upcoming 2020 NBHA Board of Trustees Ballot.  Start Date: March 15, 2020 - End Date: April 15, 2020. Application can either be brought by or mailed to 1322 Space Park Drive Suite C119 Nassau Bay, TX 77058.


We will hold a drawing to determine the order in which candidates will appear on the ballot. 

Early voting will be held at the NBHA 

Dates will be set closer to Nov.


All voters must be verified homeowners inside the NBHA Association in order to cast a ballot.  

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Voting will be held at the NBHA office between the hours of 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.

If you are 65 years of age or older, disabled or out of the county on election day AND during early voting, you may be eligible to cast your vote by mail.  Applications for ballot by mail should be mailed to the NBHA office.  Applications for ballot by mail can also be requested by calling the NBHA office @ (281) 333-2570.  Applications for ballot by mail must be received no later than the close of business on ____.

 

SUPPORTING A LOCAL ORGANIZATION

We are pleased to share some information on a great organization and provide a fantastic way to support them!

BSA Troop 1965!

We are an all girl troop in Nassau Bay, Texas open to girls ages 11 through 17. 
We are a girl-led troop.  With guidance, the girls decide where we camp, our activities, and our service opportunities. This encourages the development of leadership skills through planning and problem solving while having lots of fun. 
We meet on most Sundays from 5:00 to 6:30PM at St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church in Nassau Bay (18300 Upper Bay Rd, Houston, TX 77058).   You are welcome to stop by at one of our regular meetings. Please see our calendar for details. 

Feel free to visit their website for more information at www.troop1965.org

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NBHA MANAGEMENT TASK FORCE REPORT TO BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JULY 16, 2020

What is the Task Force Doing?

The Task Force’s Mission Is To:
• Research, analyze, and compare various options for ensuring efficient and cost-effective management of the
   Nassau Bay Homes Association while meeting the needs of the Homeowners
• Report their findings to the NBHA members and board along with one or two recommended solutions


Constraints:
• The NBHA residents seem to have a strong bias against turning the operations completely over to
   management company
• The NBHA residents seem to have a strong preference for a manned NBHA office in Nassau Bay
• The NBHA operates on a tight budget, with little prospect of growth in revenues. Therefore, the solution must
   fit within the current budget

Other Considerations:
As currently structured, the NBHA manager’s job is a complex mix of bookkeeping, accounting, banking and other clerical tasks. It also requires good interpersonal skills. We must simplify the operations to:
• Reduce the risk of failure
• Ensure a large pool of qualified applicants. Currently it is very difficult to find an applicant with all the
   necessary skills
• Give the manager more time to be helpful to homeowners

Options Being Studied (1):
• Turn all operations over to a management company- unlikely because of the opposition of many homeowners
• A la carte selection of management companies’ services plus local office – possible but unlikely due to
   opposition by homeowners and probable high cost

Options Being Studied (2):
• Cloud-based, supported software built for HOA’s
• Run by NBHA manager from NBHA office
• Automates and integrates all HOA functions
• Eliminates most time-consuming manual tasks
• Provides controls that reduce or eliminate risk of failure
• Use of individual software packages that interface with our existing software (Quickbooks) and automate
   functions like paying assessments, managing the marina, submitting and tracking ARAs, communicating with
   Homeowners, etc.

Details:
Task Force Members:
Phil Collins (Board Liaison)
Karen Todd (Leader)
Jamie Boyd (Integrated Software Lead)
Omar Abbotteen (Integrated Software)
Brandon Billings (Integrated Software)
Osama Helmy (Standard and Original Software)
Ian Naunamm (Membership Surveys)


Report:
It is expected that the final report will be presented at the September regular board meeting or a special board meeting called in that timeframe It is expected that the report will be in the form of a Powerpoint presentation backed up by a short written report and spreadsheets showing analysis. This may change as the study progresses to more accurately present the results.

 

ONCE INSIDE THE BUILDING

We always recommend that you park either in the East parking lot (By Dog Park) or in front of the building in the highlighted areas to the left.  Upon entering either the front or East entrances, just follow the red pathways to reach our office in SUITE C119.

NBHA Office Work Safe and Stay Safe. The office hours are Monday thru Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM. Although our office is open, the city still encourages to conduct business by phone and practice social distancing. Also, wearing face coverings is up to each person's discretion. The office has 2 rooms and can easily practice the 6 feet distancing. As the manager, I respect your personal space and upon request, I can provide hand sanitizer and face mask if it makes you feel more comfortable to conduct business in the office. I am not sick of Covid-19 and if I was I would not put anybody at risk and would not be coming to work. I too take all the necessary precautions to stop the spread of Covid-19.

 

HOMEOWNER CONTACT INFORMATION UPDATE

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