WELCOME TO THE WELLINGTON GREENS HOME ASSOCIATION WEB SITE
2017 ANNUAL MEETING
Tom “TJ” Johnson and Jim Davidson were reelected to new three years terms on the Board of Directors. The Committee Chairs reported on the work their respective committees had accomplished in the last year. At the November 21, 2017 Board of Directors meeting, Paul Canny submitted his resignation from the Board for personal reasons. The Board expressed their gratitude for all that Paul had done this past year and presented him with plaque. The Board appointed resident Bill Rice of Chatham Park to serve the remainder of Paul’s term.
2017 Board of Directors, right to left: James Davidson, President, Tom “TJ” Johnson, Vice-president, Carol Conway, Secretary, Dick Vautravers, Treasurer, Paul Canny, Steve Imes and Administrative Assistant Don McIntyre
Celebration of Wellington 50th birthday!
SHORT HISTORY: Wellington Greens was built between 1968 and 1974. It consist of 277 units which are home to 350 to 400 residents. There are twenty named courts which are typical of neighborhoods everywhere, but individual in nature. The grounds of Wellington Greens, including its 9 hole grass greens, par three hole golf course dazzles visitors with its wide assortment of mature trees and shrubs that are wonderfully maintained by a dedicated grounds staff. Townhouse owners only have to care for their small patios, the crew takes care of the rest. The population tends to be older, but there are working people, families with school-age children, singles and couples. Some neighbors gather for weekly card games at the clubhouse. The clubhouse is available to the residents for showers, parties, or most any kind of gatherings. The community is still thriving after 46 years.
DO NOT MAKE CHANGES TO YOUR UNIT WITHOUT PERMISSION
A number of residents have made changes to their units without permission from the Architectural Committee or the Board and have had to redo it to conform to the by-laws and covenants. Do not shingle or change trim or siding color without contacting the Architectural Committee or a Board member located under the “contact us” drop down. In most cases, you will be granted permission, but the covenants and by-laws that you were given when you purchased your unit explicitly state the style of roof and the colors of trim and siding. Also, according to the covenants and by-laws, you are not permitted to plant trees or add anything to the common areas.
Some Fall Pictures of Wellington Greens:
Some pictures of the Ground Hog Day Storm, 2016