My name is Reagan Rothenberger, and I am pleased to have been tapped to serve as President of the Bent Tree West Homeowners Association. In my short time here, I have been welcomed warmly by neighbors, and look forward to giving back in this way.
Neighborhoods were the original social network. Not a network brought together by screens and electronics, but by streets, spatial relations between structures, and face-to-face relationships. As with any community, what makes it great is not only a built environment, but the people within it. I know that each resident of this neighborhood has some unique ability to share with one another and can contribute towards your HOA’s goals and objectives.
I hope that if you are not a dues paying member, you would consider joining. This small annual contribution makes a big difference to our neighborhood. Without a fully funded HOA, we would likely have no cameras, no fully funded VIP Program, no landscaped entries or corridors, no impressive entry signage, and no collective voice to our local leaders. All of these provide real value to current and future homeowners.
Something else of value to our residents is this newly updated website. Please make sure to set up an account and sign up to receive emails with updates and HOA notifications. This website will always be one of the primary forms of providing valuable information to the residents of BTW.
Whether or not you are able to give monetarily to the HOA, perhaps you would be willing to give of your time? Our committees are always seeking volunteers desiring to help improve any aspect of our neighborhood. Your time would be greatly appreciated, and frankly is needed in order to keep our HOA running smoothly.
Also, I hope you will join me in saying a hearty “thank you” to those who already faithfully serve on our committees and volunteer in numerous ad hoc ways.
In closing, perhaps you’ll agree that 2020 was the “year of the neighbor”. I’ve heard of many neighbors - both here and elsewhere - becoming more acquainted due to a stay-at-home lifestyle. As 2020 fades away, I hope that 2021 is a great year not only for our neighborhood, but for you personally.
As we look forward to regaining some form of normality in our day-to-day lives, I hope that our community will continue to work together in order to better our neighborhood, not instantly, but incrementally. Please let me know how I might help us achieve that.
All the best,
Choosing a neighborhood to live in is a big decision. We all want to get the best 'Bang for our Buck' and helping to maintain the neighborhood we live in can add value to each and every home in the neighborhood. Every homeowner who pays dues helps cover the cost of maintaining our great neighborhood!