The Board of Trustees has created the Open Space Committee (OSC) to advise and assist in the management of Crosspointe’s Common Areas so that all residents can enjoy them.
What constitutes “the Common Area”; i.e., what is the OSC’s span of responsibility? The Common Area includes all the land owned by the Corporation (land that is not owned by a single landowner) and any improvements, structures or facilities made to or erected on that land. This includes the play areas (including tot lots, basketball courts, tennis courts, etc.), maintaining and/or improving trails, parking lots, entranceway monuments, and the landscaping and maintenance for all these areas, including the entrances. This is a large responsibility for a community the size of Crosspointe. The Common Area encompasses over 40 acres.
As part of its management responsibility, the OSC develops and recommends policy, receives input from committee members and homeowners on any matters within the OSC’s responsibility, prepares budget recommendations, signs contracts up to a $1500 limit and recommends contracts that exceed that limit.
When We Meet:
The OSC meets in the Community Center adjacent to the Glen Eagles Pool at 7:30 P.M. on the third Wednesday of every month. Meetings are open to members of the community and new committee members are always welcome.
How to Join:
All residents in good standing are eligible to become a member. Join a meeting and inform the chairperson you would like to be a member. Join two consecutive meetings to have voting abilities.
Chair – Greg Fabian