Clambake 2017


Saturday, Oct. 14 @ 5pm
MC Community Center

Celebrate fall with your neighbors & dinner!

Menu
Clambake dinner

1 doz. clams, 1/2 chicken, corn, sweet potato, cole slaw:  $26

Extra dozen clams:  $9

Chicken bake dinner
1/2 chicken, corn, sweet potato, cole slaw:  $15

BYOB
Orders must be in by Oct. 6

For tickets or more info:  millcreekclambake@gmail.com or call 216-469-7451

 

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Community speaks September 18, 2017 – RECAP

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A review* of the September 18, 2017  Community Speaks:
36+ residents attended

  • Five board members were present, as well as The Coral Company‘s Alexis Wellman, Property Manager and Peter Rubin, President.
  • Members of the board introduced themselves and gave updates including goals of the board, the community’s reserve study and thanked residents for assistance. New neighbors were also welcomed.
  • Residents stated their concerns about street safety on Covington/Archer, missing tree lawn trees, unlit street lights, need for more police patrol, reserves, arrears, violation letters, townhome landscaping and the board’s walk-around.
  • The 3rd annual Friday Night Mixer (S’mores) is Friday, Sept. 22 at 6pm at the gazebo. The event is open to everyone in Mill Creek.
  • Please contact property manager, Alexis Wellman with any questions or concerns at asw@thecoralcompany.com or 216-932-8822 ext. 2250.

*Review is a summary of neighbor concerns – this blog and its posts are independent of the HOA’s Board.

S’mores sneak peek!

Coming soon to a gazebo near you!
#millcreekcle

Sneak peek!

Coming soon to a community center near you!
#millcreekcle

Ward 2 Cleveland City Council Candidates Forum RECAP


Highlights of the the August 22, 2017 Ward 2 Candidates Forum
Mill Creek Community Center 7-9 pm – 60+ in attendance

  • All Nine candidates were invited, seven attended the forum: Azel E. Bolden, Kevin L. Bishop, Kenya Gray, Debra Lewis-Curlee, Siobhan T. Adams, Carol Ford and Geoff A. Fitch.
  • The seven candidates started with 3 minute introductions.
  • Each candidate was also asked to share their greatest challenge for Ward 2, as well as the Ward’s greatest assets.
  • Residents were then given an opportunity to ask questions to individual candidates.
  • Each candidate was provided time for a closing statement.
  • A meet and greet was offered after the forum adjourned.
  • Thank you to neighbor, Pam McKee for chairing the event for Mill Creek residents.
  • The primary election is Tuesday, September 12, 2017.

Community speaks August 14, 2017 – RECAP

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A review* of the August 14, 2017  Community Speaks:
36+ residents attended

  • Six board members were present, as well as The Coral Company‘s Alexis Wellman, Property Manager.
  • Members of the board gave updates including the recent garage sale, the community’s reserve study and how to welcome new residents.
  • A Ward 2 council candidate meeting will be at the MC Community Center Tuesday, August 22 at 7pm. All are invited for a Q&A.
  • A resident brought up concerns about safety and the recent crime near the neighborhood, and stressed neighbors should be careful.
  • Residents stated their concerns about the garage sale.
  • A resident asked to be provided the minutes and financial reports.
  • The Mill Creek Gardening Club asked the board to approve a MC neighborhood clam bake on Saturday Oct. 14.
  • Please contact property manager, Alexis Wellman with any questions or concerns at asw@thecoralcompany.com or 216-932-8822 ext. 2250.

*Review is a summary of neighbor concerns – this blog and its posts are independent of the HOA’s Board.

Community speaks June 12, 2017 – RECAP

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A review* of the June 12, 2017  Community Speaks:
22+ residents attended

  • The board members introduced themselves, as well as The Coral Company‘s Alexis Wellman, Property Manager.
  • Members of the board gave updates including the pool’s new heater, the board’s walk-through and that there is no meeting in July.
  • A resident on Covington shared that trash continues to be put on their property. Others also stated similar issues from Sexton and Covington.
  • The Cavs watch party was a success and residents are hopeful for further events.
  • Residents stated concerns about common areas weed control as well as tree lawn tree trimming and missing trees.
  • Residents were reminded of the recently circulated preferred vendors list for home repairs, including discounts on painting, landscaping, concrete, power washing, rail replacements, etc.
  • A resident asked about street cleaning and the repair of Turney Road.
  • Councilman Zack Reed was in attendance and was able to help with questions directed his way. Please contact Councilman Reed at zreed@clevelandcitycouncil.org or 216-664-4945 or click here.
  • Please contact property manager, Alexis Wellman with any questions or concerns at asw@thecoralcompany.com or 216-932-8822 ext. 2250.

*Review is a summary of neighbor concerns – this blog and its posts are independent of the HOA’s Board.

Community speaks May 8, 2017 – RECAP

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A review* of the May 8, 2017  Community Speaks:
16+ residents attended

  • The board members introduced themselves, as well as The Coral Company‘s Alexis Wellman, Property Manager.
  • Members of the board gave updates including the MC Clean up day success, pool opening and Slavic Village winning Chain Reaction.
  • A resident shared information about this year’s GardenWalk Cleveland.
  • A request was made to the board for a neighborhood Cavaliers Finals watch party at the community center.
  • Town home residents stated concerns about landscaping. Others commented on tree lawns, common areas and weed control as well as curbs at the entrance.
  • A question on  Turney Road construction was asked.
  • A resident mentioned issues with garbage and recycling collections on Gates Ave.
  • The board noted architectural changes are to be submitted to the Coral Company.
  • Please contact property manager, Alexis Wellman with any questions or concerns at asw@thecoralcompany.com or 216-932-8822 ext. 2250.

*Review is a summary of neighbor concerns – this blog and its posts are independent of the HOA’s Board.

Community speaks April 10, 2017 – RECAP

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A review* of the April 10, 2017  Community Speaks:
16+ residents attended

  • The  board members introduced themselves, as well as The Coral Company‘s Alexis Wellman, Property Manager.
  • A resident asked the board to consider other options for credit card payments for HOA fees and rates.
  • Questions about sheds and garbage can containers and if they may be installed to help with garage space.
  • A resident also asked if composts are allowed according to the bylaws.
  • A request was made for trash bins in the neighborhood’s common parks.
  • Residents discussed the upcoming Turney Road construction, as well as some streets are in need of repair within the development.
  • A resident mentioned you may find painted rocks throughout the neighborhood – if you do, go to MillCreekRocks.com to share.
  • A resident stated there is still standing water at the gazebo lawn.
  • Please contact property manager, Alexis Wellman with any questions or concerns at asw@thecoralcompany.com or 216-932-8822 ext. 2250.

*Review is a summary of neighbor concerns – this blog and its posts are independent of the HOA’s Board.

Annual meeting March 13, 2017 – RECAP

A review* of the March 13, 2017 HOA annual election meeting. Below is the overview of the meeting, including concerns and questions raised by residents.
25+ residents attended

  • The Board introduced themselves and provided their addresses. Alexis Wellman, Property Manager and Peter Rubin, President and CEO from The Coral Company and a representative from the association’s attorneys, Kaman & Cusimano were also present.
  • The Board shared accomplishments as well as the budget.
  • The bylaws committee provided an update.
  • Three openings were available for the board election. There were three candidates willing to serve.
  • Because there was no election, an informal community speaks was offered. Jim Sharp was thanked for serving on the Board and the community. There was extensive conversation on procedures in meetings, proxies, covenants, bylaws and association payments. Homeowners were also invited to join the gardening club and rebuild social activities.

*Review is a summary of neighbor concerns – this blog and its posts are independent of the HOA’s Board.