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Covenant Vote Update
Dear Neighbors,

I want to thank those of you who attended the annual meeting and took the time to vote for or against the proposed changes to our HOA covenants. Unfortunately, we did not get the quorum required to make the changes.

According to our covenants, we need 230 residents to care enough to vote. We were about 100 folks short. A motion was made to table the vote until July 15th, 2015. It carried. Once the weather is nice, your HOA Board will go door to door to see if we can get 100 more interested neighbors…..no matter how they vote.

Sally Potts
HOA President

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Dear Neighbors,

After listening to community concerns over the past few years about neighborhood safety and keeping our home values up, the Board has voted to make amendments to the existing Knollwood covenants and restrictions last past in May of 1997.

Now it’s up to you to decide whether these changes will take effect.

Per our covenants, two thirds of Knollwood homeowners must vote in favor of the proposed amendments for them to pass. That’s a whopping 230 votes.

In an effort to make voting as easy as possible the Board is providing multiple ways for you to cast your ballot.

You may vote in any of the following methods;

1.) Review the proposed amendments online and cast your vote via electronic signature.

CLICK HERE to review proposed changes and vote by electronic signature. 

2.) Attend a meeting scheduled for 7:00pm on January 7th, 2015 at the Knollwood Country Club to review the proposed amendments and return to the same location at 7:00pm January 14th 2015 to vote.

3.) Submit a signed proxy ballot in person or by mail to the Board by designating Sally Potts (President Knollwood HOA) to vote in your absence.

Click here to download ballot/proxy ballot

Your Board has invested considerable time and energy writing these amendments we believe will strengthen our community and protect home values well into the 21st century.

We’re near the finish line but can’t do this without your help. If you want these changes implemented, please vote.

And please, consider volunteering to serve on the Board!  After all, this is YOUR community!

Thank you for your help,

Sally Potts

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Knollwood is a friendly and interactive neighborhood, situated between two beautiful 18 hole golf courses, which are certified as Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries.  Membership to the Knollwood Country Club is optional.

Our location is conveniently located near the Indiana/Michigan state line, and is close to shopping, restaurants, state of the art medical facilities, a local Farmer’s Market, County Parks, schools, libraries and the University of  Notre Dame, Indiana University South Bend, and Ivy Tech.

The neighborhood boasts an abundance of mature trees and wildlife.  It is governed by covenants and restrictions, designed for safety and to keep home values at their maximum.  The homes in Knollwood are unique in design, and all new neighbors are welcomed enthusiastically!


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