The King Farm Citizens' Assembly ("the Assembly" or "KFCA") is the organization responsible for the management, maintenance, structure, and day-to-day operations of King Farm's residential sections. The Assembly's basic responsibilities include determining and collecting monthly fees from residents, upholding construction and property appearance standards, maintaining common areas (i.e. private streets, pocket-parks, swimming pools, and community buildings), management of the finances in the community, and setting basic policies.
The Assembly is governed by a Board of Trustees that consists of five members. The Assembly President carries out the policies of the Board of Trustees. In August 2004, the Board of Trustees came under "Citizen Control" - meaning three of the Board seats are held by "Citizen Representatives" and two of the seats are appointed by the developer. Citizen Representative Trustees and the President are elected by King Farm citizens.
All registered citizens, defined as adults 18 years and older who reside in King Farm and are in good standing, are entitled to vote in Assembly elections (i.e. the annual budget and to elect Trustees and the Assembly President).
Each titleholder pays a monthly fee that supports the services provided by the community. The Board meets approximately once per month to review community needs. Additionally, it is standard practice that there is an annual meeting where the Board presents the annual budget for discussion and approval. This is not necessarily the same meeting as the one where the President of the Board presents the state of the King Farm Community.
Board of Trustees