Please see list of all 2019 Board Candidates.
Bio's can be found on TelfairLife
2019 Candidate Bio's
Congratulations to all of the
Neighborhood Delegate and Alternate
Thank you to all owners that participated in voting for your neighborhood Delegate/Alternate
Nomination Forms for Neighborhood Delegate & Board Positions
By now you should have received your Annual Assessment Statement along with the 2019 Annual Meeting Notice and Nomination Forms for both Neighborhood Delegate and Board positions.
Please remember that completed nomination forms are due by 5:00 PM on December 3, 2018. You can find copies of the forms under the forms tab on Telfair Life.
Summary of Important Dates:
December 03, 2018 - Deadline to Receive all Nomination Forms: Delegate & Board
December 14, 2018 - Proxy/Ballots Mailed to residents for Delegate Election
January 14, 2019 - Deadline to Vote Online Closes at 5:00 PM
January 14, 2019 - Deadline to Return Proxy/Ballots - Must be returned by 5:00 PM
January 15, 2019 - Delegate Election Results & Annual Meeting
January 22, 2019 - Election of Board of Directors by Delegates
One of the many benefits of owning a home in a Deed Restricted Community is the commitment among neighbors to maintain their property in a neat, attractive, and well-landscaped condition to enhance the overall beauty and aesthetic appeal of the Community.
How the process works. The Telfair Community is driven by the management team twice per month. That means that every home is reviewed on a regular basis for non-compliance. The goal of sending out a deed restriction letter of non-compliance is to help preserve the level of beautification and aesthetic appeal that you, as a new Telfair owner, originally bought in to. When the community is driven the management looks at many different items, such as but not limited to, trash cans that are visible to public view, dead or dying landscaping, faded wrought iron (fences, balconies, driveway gates, or light fixtures) & visible mold/mildew on the home, back of the homes visible from the levee/lake, just to name a few.
If a compliance issue is noticed then a courtesy letter is sent. The courtesy letter allows owners 30 days to correct the violation or communicate with the management team. If the correction has not been made when the management drives the community after the 30 day period then a second letter is sent and a fine is charged to the owners account. The Community Charter of Telfair as well as the Fine Policy are located for review on Telfair Life.
Please be sure to look at the Community FAQ located on Telfair Life to learn how to set up your account to receive e-mail notifications of violations from Sterling ASI.