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I N S I D E

T H I S

I S S U E

President’s Message

Financials

Calendar

Advertisements

F O U R C O L O N I E S H O M E S A S S O C I A T I O N A W E L C O M I N G C O M M U N I T Y W I T H P R I D E I N O U R P R O P E R T Y

The Clarion

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O F I N T E R E S T

Book Club - 3

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President’s Message FEBRUARY 2020

The Chiefs made it to the Super Bowl. Four Colonies hosted a Super Bowl

party at Clubhouse 3 to watch the game.

The Social Committee and other committees are working to develop similar

functions that will bring residents together. Follow our efforts in the Clarion

and with the In

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The

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Know e

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newsletter.

In January we hired a new lawn service company—Top Care. Its crews will

mow our grass and work to improve the appearance of our common grounds.

Top Care was our lawn company several years ago and we look forward to

having them back.

It is the new year and a common resolution is to improve one’s health by

becoming more active. Four Colonies has an indoor basketball court in the

basement of Clubhouse 2. It is open during office hours. A pickle ball court has

been set up for play in the morning.

Also in Clubhouse 2 is a library with books of all genres—fiction, non

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fiction,

biographies, history, “how

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to” manuals, etc. Check it out—it’s all free and a

“library card” is not needed.

As always, if you see me on the trails say “Hi”.

Bob Burgdorfer

President, Four Colonies Homes Association

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Manager’s Report

K.C. Tree Care is working on trimming the trees in Colony 2 currently. This is

our largest colony, so it taking a while, and muddy & wet conditions will keep

them away.

We have worked diligently to go to bid for our lawn landscape contract, and

we will vote tonight on a new contractor. The scope has been clarified and

defined and we are hoping to see improvements for 2020.

I am working on the details of the storm line inspections, and have a third

contractor that is going to bid. I am hoping to start this project in the Spring,

and will most likely do ¼ of the property each year.

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FOUR COLONIES’ BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS

2019-20

First Wednesday; Social – 7 p.m.; Book Review – 7:30 p.m.

Date

Book Title

Author

Book Type

Reviewer/

Host

February 5,

2020

Catcher in the

Rye

J.D. Salinger

American

Classic

Holden Caulfield, the disillusioned protagonist, recounts a few days in his life as he desperately

searches for truth among the ‘phonies.’ Barbara Redhair

March 4,

2020

In the Midst of

Winter

Isabelle Allende

A Novel

Sweeping novel about three very different people who are brought together in a mesmerizing story that journeys from present-day Brooklyn to

Guatemala in the recent past to 1970s Chile and Brazil. Rebecca Reagan

April 1,

2020

Heartland

Sarah Smarsh

Memoire

Talking to her unborn child, the author explains poverty in rural Kansas and why it is a trap that very few people make it out of.

Shirley Maize

May 6, 2020

Where the

Crawdads

Sing

Della Owens

A Novel

Follows two timelines that intertwine. One describes the life of Kya as she grows up isolated in the marsh of N. Carolina from 1952–1969. The second , the murder investigation of a local celebrity .

Judy Kudy

June 3, 2020

We Were the

Lucky Ones

Georgia Hunter

Historical

Fiction

Inspired by the true story of one Jewish family separated during World War II, determined to survive and to reunite; a tribute to the triumph of hope and love against all odds..

Diane Burton

July 2020

No meeting

August 5,

2020

Digging to

America

Anne Tyler

A Novel

Two families meet by chance at the Baltimore airport where each is awaiting the arrival of a Korean baby, sparking a relationship that becomes more deeply intertwined with the years.

Sara Funk

September

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Republic Service/Compost Connection

Yard Waste 2020 Schedule & Guidelines

Four Colonies Homeowners Association

Your yard waste day is Monday

Four Colonies Homes Association has purchased a yard waste pick up service on the following

dates for all residents. Dates, as well as packaging guidelines, are listed below. Be sure to have

all bags to the curb by 7:00 a.m. on these scheduled dates.

Association Collection will be made on these MONDAY dates:

March 9, 2020

April 13, 2020

May 11, 2020 June 15, 2020

July 13, 2020 August 10, 2020

September 14, 2020 October 12, 2020

November 9, 2020 December 14, 2020

Please have your paper bags or 18” x 36” bundles out by 7:00 am.

Your service is unlimited bags/bundles per pick up.

All items must be packaged in paper lawn waste bags or tied into 18” x 36” bundles. Route Service

begins at 7:00 a.m. Please make sure all items are easily accessible from the street and not

blocked by cars, or garbage cans.

We only pick up natural yard waste

including grass, leaves, tree limbs (up to 6” diameter),

flower or garden plants (without their pots), walnuts, apples, and Christmas trees (6’ or less). All

materials collected are taken to a licensed compost facility. This recycling facility does not allow for

ANY trash, landscape, or construction materials. If bags contain trash or foreign material they will

have to be left at the curb. Any plastic inside your bag will be considered trash and not picked up.

We do NOT collect animal waste. Please tie brush securely with rope or twine – not wire.

Mark bundles of thorns for the driver’s safety. Christmas Trees are the only items that do not

require bagging or bundling. We will accept Christmas trees up to 6’ in length. If larger than 6’

length please cut in half.

Your maximum item weight is 50 pounds

. Do not use plastic tape on paper bags since it is

not biodegradable. Small cardboard boxes may be used provided they are no larger than the size

and weight limits. We suggest boxes for fruits, small brush, wood or items that would easily break

a bag during removal. We do not pick up yard waste in cans. Watch the placement of your paper

bags to avoid sitting in water at the curb.

Thank you for your business and compliance with our guidelines.

If you have any questions, please contact Compost Connection at

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ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL APPROVAL

IS STILL A REQUIREMENT!!!!!!

Architectural Control Approval is required before any permanent exterior change is made. This would include the

removal of a fence, the removal of trees, the addition of trees and shrubs, basically any addition, or removal or

replacement.

If you are planning to rebuild a deck or a fence in the same way it is currently designed, it is still necessary to get

approval.

Architectural control helps to ensure that changes will fit in with the aesthetics of the surroundings. The look of your

home impacts the look and value of your neighbors home. The reverse is also true; what your neighbor does to the

exterior of his home impacts your home value. The Architectural Control Committee works hard to quickly approve

homeowner requests.

YOU NEED ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL APPROVAL BEFORE BEGINNING

ANY EXTERIOR CHANGES TO YOUR HOME!!!!!!!

ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE OFFICE IN CLUBHOUSE 2

AND ON THE WEBSITE AT

www.fourcolonies.net

IN THE KNOW

Communication for the Four Colonies Community

IN THE KNOW is a great way to stay up

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to

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date with the “goings

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on” in Four Colonies.

IN THE KNOW

will keep you “in the know” with community announcements and invitations.

To join

IN THE KNOW

, just fill in your e

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mail address below and drop this information off at the

office, email

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the office at

fourcolonies@kc.surewest.net,

or call the office (913) 888

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4920.

Name____________________________________________________

E

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Mail Address_____________________________________________

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REMINDER

Everyone needs to pick up after their pets.

It’s the law. City of Lenexa Ordinance Leash Law 3-2-D-3 states “owners must remove any excrement

deposited by his animal on any public or private property.” It is also “unlawful for any domestic animal to run at large.” 3-2-D-2 of the Leash Law.

SIGN UP NOW FOR ELECTRONIC DUES PAYMENT

Four Colonies residents now have the opportunity to pay their monthly dues electronically.

To participate, residents must go to the office and provide your bank account information.

Also you will need to sign the bank's required written authorization to participate in the withdrawal

.

Four Colonies will authorize your electronic dues payment around the 15th of each month or the first

business day thereafter

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BOARD MEETINGS

ALWAYS THE 3RD MONDAY

OF THE MONTH

How to reach us:

Phone: 913

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888

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4920

Fax: 913

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888

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6732

Four Colonies Office E

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Mail

:

fourcolonies@kc.surewest.net

Four Colonies WEB Site:

www.fourcolonies.net

Satellite Dish

Do’s & Don’ts

Do Not place on roof.

Put in inconspicuous place.

Place under roof, on siding, as close

to top as possible.

Attach to chimney.

Place on pole inside fence.

Place on fence.

Not on common grounds and tree on

common grounds cannot be removed.

PARKING REMINDERS

We do not allow commercial vehicles

We do not allow vehicles to be stored. If they are not operational or in regular use,

they are not allowed to be parked in Four Colonies.

Article III, Section 3 of the Revised Bylaws

Parking Rights. The Owner or Owners of a Lot which does not have on

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lot parking shall be

entitled to no more than

two automobile parking spaces

as near to the owned lot as practical.

The Owner or Owners of a Lot which has on

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lot parking shall be entitled to no more than one

additional automobile parking space as near to the owned Lot as practical. Garages and

carports shall be considered to be on

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lot parking facilities. (Adopted: September 18, 1989)

The second space should not interfere with your neighbors’ parking by their front doors.

Guests should be instructed to park in a clubhouse parking lot. Any additional vehicles should

be parked where they do not interfere with your neighbors parking privileges.

REPUBLIC SERVICES

TRASH REMOVAL

HOLIDAYS SCHEDULE

RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS

OBSERVED HOLIDAY

NEW YEARS DAY

MEMORIAL DAY

INDEPENDENCE DAY

LABOR DAY

THANKSGIVING DAY

CHRISTMAS DAY

Should one of the above holidays

fall on your

Normal pick

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up day, your waste will be

picked up one day later that week.

ALL OTHER HOLIDAYS THERE WILL BE

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FOUR COLONIES HOMES ASSOCIATION

REGULAR BOARD MEETING MINUTES

December 16, 2019

The Homeowner’s Forum started at 5:45 p.m. There were three homeowners present. The following topics

were discussed: home sales and right of way on Quivira.

President Bob Burgdorfer called the Regular Board Meeting of December 16, 2019 to order at 6:15 p.m. A

quorum was present.

Mr. Buffington made the motion to accept November 18, 2019, Regular Board Meeting minutes as written.

Mr. Thomas seconded and the motion passed. (Vote #1)

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Manager’s Report – Ms. Hallblade read her report. Discussion followed.

New Business

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The Board discussed the 2020 Tree Trimming. Mr. Burgdorfer made the motion to accept

Kansas City Tree Care bid in the amount of $19,900.00 for tree trimming in Colony 2. Ms. Khan

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McKibben

seconded. The motion passed. (Vote #2)

Mr. Buffington informed the Board of the need to replace the Ford truck. Discussion followed. Mr.

Buffington made the motion to purchase a 250 Ford Truck in the amount of $36,691.00. Ms. Schenke

seconded. The motion passed. (Vote #3)

Mr. Buffington informed the Board that an individual was interested in purchasing the 2002 Ford truck and

blade for more that the trade in amount. Discussion followed. Mr. Buffington made the motion to sell the

2002 truck. Ms. Khan

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McKibben seconded. The motion passed. (Vote #4)

Unfinished Business

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There was no unfinished business.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Architectural Review – There was no report.

Common Facilities – Mr. Burgdorfer reported the committee is getting bids on replacing the blinds

at Clubhouse 3, renovating Pool 1 bathrooms, and tuck pointing fireplaces at Clubhouse 3.

Finance

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The Board received copies of the financial reports. Mr. Buffington went over the 2019 Budget

Performance through November 31, 2019. Discussion followed.

Grounds

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There was no report.

Painting – There was no report.

Robert Burgdorfer

President

Linda Khan

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McKibben

Vice

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President

Sara Hurley

Secretary

Jim Buffington

Treasurer

Amy Guion

Ann Schenke

Doug Simmons

Dale Thomas

Stefanie Weishaar

Erin Hallblade

Absent: Sara Hurley & Linda Khan

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McKibben left early

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Social – There was no report

Communications

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Ms. Guion reported there was no meeting in November. Next scheduled

meeting is December 30, 2019. There was a Town Hall meeting December 5, 2019. The attendance was

very small and quite disappointing.

Long Range Planning Committee – Mr. Buffington reported the committee met November 14, 2019.

A section of storm drains will be inspected in 2020. They will be getting bids to repair outdoor basketball

court at Clubhouse 3. The Board discussed Four Colonies roofs. Mr. Thomas made the motion to hire a

qualified roofer to inspect a random section of older roofs for Long Range Planning purposes. Ms.

Weishaar seconded. The motion passed. (Vote #5)

The Board went into Executive Session at 7:45 pm.

The Board returned from Executive Session at 8:45 pm.

Ms. Weishaar made the motion to adjourn, seconded by Mr. Simmons. The meeting adjourned at 8:48 p.m.

Respectfully Submitted By:

______________________________________

Sara Hurley, Secretary

_______________________________________

Approved On

A = Abstain Y = Yes N = No BOARD OF DIRECTORS VOTING RECORD

FOR THE – December 16, 2019 MEETING

Board Member 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Jim Buffington Y Y Y Y Y Amy Guion Y Y Y Y Y Sara Hurley - - - Linda Khan-McKibbenY Y Y Y - Ann Schenke Y Y Y Y Y Doug Simmons Y Y Y Y Y Dale Thomas Y Y N Y Y Stefanie Weishaar A Y Y Y Y Bob Burgdorfer

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Four Colonies Homes Association

Account Description Operating Reserves Other Totals

ASSETS

10100 Petty Cash 500.00 500.00

10200 National BK of KC Operating CH 358,452.45 358,452.45

10209 Great Western Bank 247,318.22 247,318.22

10210 United Missouri Bank 248,360.65 248,360.65

10212 Bank Of Labor 1 140,084.20 140,084.20

12000 Unit Dues Receivable 123,205.38 123,205.38

12100 Accrued Interest Receivable 5,267.39 5,267.39

12400 Allowance for Delinquent Dues (71,000.00) (71,000.00)

12800 Prepaid Insurance 14,728.55 14,728.55

12820 Prepaid Copy Expense 30.73 30.73

15257 Bank Of Labor 2 110,598.12 110,598.12

15263 Fidelity Bank Reserve 253,842.35 253,842.35

17100 Improvements 1,815,644.58 1,815,644.58 17200 Clubhouse 438,600.00 438,600.00 17300 Clubhouse Improvements 225,181.46 225,181.46 17400 Trucks/Equipment 69,907.43 69,907.43 17500 Furniture/Appliances 23,710.08 23,710.08 17600 Pool 495,331.28 495,331.28 17700 Computers 13,073.05 13,073.05 17800 Land 913,175.69 913,175.69 17900 Construction in Progress 194,176.36 194,176.36 18100 Accum Depreciation (2,188,375.00) (2,188,375.00) ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ TOTAL ASSETS 431,184.50 1,000,203.54 2,000,424.93 3,431,812.97 =========== =========== =========== ===========

LIABILITIES & EQUITY CURRENT LIABILITIES:

20510 Accrued Income Tax 3,807.00 3,807.00

22250 Prepaid Homeowner Dues 23,541.57 23,541.57

22260 Accrued Payroll 4,372.81 4,372.81

22270 Accrued Interest 262.91 262.91

22300 Clubhouse Deposits 1,000.00 1,000.00

___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

Subtotal Current Liab. 32,984.29 0.00 0.00 32,984.29

EQUITY:

26500 Designated Capital 1,045,300.28 1,045,300.28

27500 Additional Pd - In Capital 477,953.04 477,953.04

28000 Retained Earnings-prior years 2,765,049.96 2,765,049.96

Current Year Net Income/(Loss) (889,474.60) 0.00 0.00 (889,474.60)

___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

Subtotal Equity 3,398,828.68 0.00 0.00 3,398,828.68

TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY 3,431,812.97 0.00 0.00 3,431,812.97

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Income/Expense 12-1-19 to 12-31-19 Current Year-To-Date

Account Description Actual Actual

INCOME:

33000 Administrative & Common Area 97,359.95 1,168,319.40 33010 Reserves - Roof Replacement 16,104.84 193,258.08

33020 Roof Repair 1,250.00 15,000.00 33030 Gutters 3,071.83 36,861.96 33031 Gutter Repair 833.33 9,999.96 33040 Paint - Homes 17,921.92 215,063.04 33050 Paint/Roof - Garage 290.42 3,485.04 33060 Paint/Roof - Carport 588.68 7,064.16 33070 Light Credit (591.50) (7,098.00) 34000 Clubhouse Rentals 550.00 6,350.00 34010 Clarion 150.00 3,060.00 34020 Interest-Regular 158.22 2,503.65 34022 Major Improvements Interest 321.84 11,314.31 34030 Misc. Other 9.61 655.87 34040 Misc. Owner Income 0.00 60.00 34045 Income Pool Cards 20.00 1,055.00 34050 Collection Income 0.00 1,200.00 __________ __________ Subtotal Income 138,039.14 1,668,152.47 EXPENSES

General & Administrative

50011 Payroll 23,909.66 242,119.78 50021 Accounting Fees 425.90 2,497.40 50031 Annual Audit/Tax Prep 0.00 6,250.00 50040 Web Page Maintenance 25.00 551.13 50041 Computer 0.00 537.19 50051 Copier Expense 327.28 2,032.07 50061 Collection Expense (Del Due) 2,028.53 2,736.93 50071 Insurance 3,445.00 28,798.10 50091 Legal 385.00 837.50 50095 Bad Debt Expense 0.00 10,848.95 50111 Office Materials/Supplies 402.52 3,312.37 50112 Annual Meeting 0.00 1,987.56 50131 Postage 0.00 1,136.30 50141 Security Alarm 0.00 5,146.11 50151 Professional Services 276.14 3,754.58 50152 Consulting Fees 835.36 3,623.19 50161 Taxes (corporate income) 1,709.00 10,643.00 50171 Taxes-other (property/licenses 1,738.76 1,947.21

50191 Office Equipment - Misc. 0.00 50.00

50221 Auto mileage 1,000.00 1,000.00 50231 Office Telephone 434.86 4,992.87 50232 Communication Expense 26.79 26.79 50242 Service Charges 0.00 (45.00) __________ __________ General & Administrative 36,969.80 334,784.03

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Common Area Maintenance Actual Actual

51012 Clubhouse Cleaning 0.00 768.00 51032 Contract - Trash 8,250.72 97,399.87

51041 Pool Security Services 0.00 1,812.50 51042 Contract - Pool 0.00 30,075.91

51043 Keri System (Pools) 185.20 3,216.49 51051 Optional Lawn Service 6,987.50 12,176.27 51052 Contract - Lawn 30,000.00 180,000.00

51053 Yard Waste Pick Up 1,376.97 12,365.60 51062 Contract Tree Trimming 0.00 22,100.00 51063 Tree Maintenance 0.00 43,305.00 51072 Snow Removal/Chemicals 5,723.41 26,321.04 51082 Pool Maintenance/Improvements 1,147.00 24,999.99 51083 Site Lighting Project 0.00 1,175,829.12 51092 Grounds Improvements 0.00 2,445.76 51095 Public Relations 0.00 1,639.52 51103 Clubhouse/Pool Furniture 0.00 3,000.00 51115 Common Facilities Maintenance 2,118.28 15,839.10 51116 Termite Treatment Clubhouses 0.00 1,098.96 51122 Concrete Repair 7,531.23 29,888.73 51142 Utilities 2,366.47 58,699.39 51152 Truck Maintenance/Golf Cart 572.45 8,747.29 51153 Purchase New Truck 1,500.00 1,500.00 51162 Tools/Equip/Supplies 0.00 1,277.51 __________ __________ Common Area Maintenance 67,759.23 1,754,506.05 Residential Maintenance

52013 Paint Homes 0.00 210,500.00 52023 Paint - Garage 0.00 6,600.00

52033 Paint - Carport 0.00 1,350.00

52034 Paint Residential Fences 0.00 35,843.00 52043 Residential-Roof Repairs 0.00 13,025.00

52053 Gutter -Repairs 150.00 7,658.75 __________ __________ Residential Maintenance 150.00 274,976.75 Major Improvements/Repair 53014 Street Repair 1,600.00 75,499.00 53024 RR Tie Replacement 10,840.00 10,840.00 53033 Tree Replacement 3,177.25 13,266.87 53034 Ash Tree Removal 0.00 39,460.00 53037 Erosion 2,300.00 21,190.00 53055 Pool 2 Bathrooms 0.00 9,001.61 53083 81 Street & CH3 Update Projec 0.00 9,493.74 53095 Clubhouse Improvement Project 0.00 14,609.02 __________ __________ Major Improvements/Repai 17,917.25 193,360.24 Reserves __________ __________ Reserves 0.00 0.00 TOTAL EXPENSES 122,796.28 2,557,627.07 Current Year Net Income/(loss 15,242.86 (889,474.60) ========== ==========

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FEBRUARY 2020

JOYCE ZIBRO

Your Real Estate Specialist

since 1976

Four Colonies Resident

since 1973

LOW LOW INVENTORY

Only two Four Colonies properties listed for sale in Heartland MLS as February Clarion

goes to press. Both are Chateau plan 3 bedroom split level half duplexes with single

attached garage. One with 1.5 bath and one with 2 baths. $179,000 and $180,000.

TWO CLOSINGS IN JANUARY

Two properties, listed in December, closed In January. A 3 bedroom, 3 bath free standing

ranch Garden Villa with finished basement and double garage, $223,750 and a 3 bedroom,

2.5 bath free standing Garden View Home Bristol plan 1.5/split level with finished

walk-out and double garage - $259,900.

TIME TO SELL??

Winter is generally thought of as a poor time to put a home on the market, but a good

time to buy. Not necessarily. Low, low inventory usually means higher list prices for

sellers. Should you be thinking of moving, why not get a jump on the market and put your

home up for sale in February or March? CALL ME for a no obligation market analysis of

your property

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!

JOYCE ZIBRO

RE/MAX REALTY SUBURBAN

913-645-9144

JoyceZibro@remax.net

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FOUR COLONIES HOMEOWNERS

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The homes in Four Colonies are individually owned

and all homeowners need full homeowner’s insurance

coverage. Four Colonies has insurance on the common

areas only (Clubhouses, pools & etc.).

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