The letter from the President

The letter from the President

Last year was a busy one for Huronia Heights. Lakewood Park’s Seawall collapsed, both sides. The repairs exceeded our entire savings and put us at ground zero for operational expenses. The general membership voted to raise our annual dues last August. These costs cover many things – everything from garbage pick-up, common ground landscaping, electricity and park maintenance. This increase of dues was also done to avoid any special assessments for our seawall repairs.
We plan to build our savings back up –
in case we have any additional expenses that are not foreseen. The new prices are listed to the left and on your invoice.
The Sewer Project is underway as you might have noticed. Please be patient. You can visit for the latest developments. Our common parks and sign areas will be evaluated and hopefully brought back to it’s original state –which was promised. In the meantime, we are cancelling our golf cart parade and movie night/picnic this year. We ask that this year, we focus on clean-up, removing branches from ditches and helping our neighbors. Please sign up to volunteer for beautifcation. There is a lot of work that needs to be done.

Residents expressed disapproval of boats being left on the beaches last year – so the general membership voted “yes” to a change in our bi-laws. The new by-law reads (under Miscellaneous): “No watercraft shall be left overnight on Huronia Heights Beach Property”. You can find a By-Laws Booklet on our website or if you attend the June meeting, we will some available.

I would also like to remind everyone that dogs are not allowed on the beaches. Please respect our by-laws.

I look forward to seeing everyone at our General and Annual Meetings. These are important meetings to get updates and voice your opinion on things that you feel the Board needs to address. You may reach to us anytime by emailing: Your comments are read at our monthly meetings.

Have a wonderful

Kimberly Bizon
President, Huronia Heights.

Comments are closed.