King Farm Citizens Assembly-
Committees are a great way to get involved and help shape the future
of King Farm. We have several committees that operate under the auspices
of the HOA. Here is a description of the committees that are called for
under the King Farm guidelines.
If you are interested in serving on a committee, please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
The Board of Code Compliance is
the Board that enforces community code standards and works with the
Community Architect. If no Board of Code Compliance has been appointed,
then the Board of Trustees acts in its place. Citizens may appeal code
violation decisions of the Community Architect to the Board. The Board
also has authority to conduct hearings and levy fines against residents
who are found to be in violation of community codes.
The Budget & Finance Committee primary
responsibility is to develop a draft budget and monitor its execution.
It shall also propose to the Board of Trustees any financial management
policies it deem appropriate. The committee will not be able to alter
approved budgets or commit funds without Board of Trustee's approval. Click here to review the Committee Charter.
The Architectural Design Trust oversees the design of the community and works closely with the
Community Architect to ensure its integrity and make suggestions to the
Board of Trustees about necessary community design changes (click here to go to the Design Guide).
The Elections Committee oversees
and works with management in all aspects of annual Assembly elections.
They are responsible for reviewing official election notices, presiding
over the candidates' forum and election meeting, and counting the candidates' votes. This Committee is activated each October and disbanded in May, following the April election.
The External Affairs Committee monitors the activities of external organizations
(government agencies or representatives, government committees and
commissions, public utilities, and business firms) as requested by the
Board of Trustees with the responsibility of reporting such activities
to the Board. The EA Committee are the "scouts" of the Assembly; they
are constantly examining the impact (or potential impact) that external
organizations have on our community and working with the BoT to
understand and manage these impacts.
The Pool Committee committee that makes policy recommendations to the Board of Trustees
and operation recommendations to the Community Manager; more
specifically, the pool committee inspects the community's pools, monitors and evaluates the Community Manager's oversight of the
facilities and pool management contractor, and weighs in on proposed
capital improvements to the pool facilities.