Green Trails Improvement Association
The common area and all improvements to it are owned by the Green Trails Improvement Association (GTIA). By and large those improvements consist of pathways, path lights, trees and shrubs, accent areas and signs, and a gazebo for all to use. GTIA maintains the common areas and mows the rights-
All owners of residential units in Green Trails are members of GTIA. All unit owners in Collegewood Court are non-
The association aids communication with and among its members through its monthly newsletter, the Green Trails Pathfinder. Your cooperation in making Green Trails a better community is always appreciated.
The Green Trails Improvement Association is legally structured by the authority of three documents:
GTIA is governed by fifteen directors, who serve without compensation. Directors are voted to office by ballot of unit-
GTIA hires a professional property management agent to manage its day to day business. The property manager maintains the records, handles finances, monitors the property, oversees contractors, and receives the calls and correspondence for the Association. Call the Managing Agent with any questions about Green Trails or GTIA Annual Assessment. Contact the Managing Agent.
The annual assessment is based on the budget approved each November. Bills are mailed, and due January 1st. Since responsibility for the assessment runs with the property, the Managing Agent issues assessment status letters for real estate closings.
The GTIA annual meeting is held on the second Tuesday of November, with date and time publicized. Members are encouraged to attend for an update on GTIA activities.