The Board of Directors is a group of elected volunteer homeowners who have committed to donating their time to making Meridian a great place to live. The Board’s responsibility is to make decisions in the best interests of the Homeowners Association. Running a community is a full-time job and since the Board is made up of volunteer homeowners, CMA, a community management company, was contracted to handle the day-to-day operations of running the HOA and preserving the community.
Who is on the Board?
John Hossbach – President
Stephanie Schoor – Vice President
Adam Hebert – Treasurer
Bret Talley – Secretary
Anthony Asaad – Committee Liaison
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the Board do?
The Board meets once a month to discuss any outstanding issues and any new business of the HOA. Meetings are open to all HOA members and the Board provides time before the meeting to allow homeowners to bring up any questions, concerns, or comments. Meeting times and locations, agendas, and minutes from past meetings are available from this website as required by Texas law.
How do I become a Board member?
Board members are nominated and elected at the annual HOA meeting. Far in advance of this meeting, with your quarterly statement, you receive a nomination form. You can nominate yourself or someone can nominate you. Last-minute nominations are also accepted during the annual meeting. The election is held at the annual meeting and the results are presented before the meeting adjourns.
Why did the Board send me a violation notice?
We get this question a lot. The answer is simple: we didn’t. The Board does not issue violation notices and are not involved in the day-to-day compliance process. The Board, however, does set the policies that CMA must follow and those policies are applied equally to all homeowners. If you feel you received a violation in error or need further clarification, please contact CMA as soon as possible.
But my neighbor didn’t get one!
Unfortunately, in an effort to save money, we had to forgo the automated violation-seeking robots and instead rely on real live human beings to drive around the community and look for issues. Inevitably, those pesky human beings will miss something. If you see something in the neighborhood that you feel is at risk of lowering our property values, then please report this to CMA.
How do I contact the Board?
The Board would love to hear from you! If you need help or have questions about a violation, your account, or your quarterly payment, you will need to contact CMA. There are multiple ways to contact the Board: through CMA, at an upcoming board meeting, through email at email@example.com, or by using the contact form below.
The Board welcomes all homeowners to attend our monthly meetings and we set aside time just for you! We save the first 15 minutes before the start of the meeting to listen to you, the homeowner, about anything you would like to talk about. Keep in mind this meeting is public, so if there is something you need to discuss with us privately, please let us know and we will arrange a private meeting.