High Pointe PID Board of Directors Schedules Election

June 30, 2007 at 1:53 pm 2 comments

High Pointe PID Board of Directors schedules election.

September is election month for the Cedar Hill Public Improvement District #1, more commonly known as the High Pointe PID.

Four of the Board’s seven positions will be up for election, and we would like to urge anyone interested in serving the High Pointe community to run for a board membership.

The High Pointe Public Improvement District has accomplished so much since it’s inceptition. However, it takes dedicated people  from the community to step up to the plate to make decisions that affect what High Pointe will look like in times to come.

The PID manages nearly $400, 000 annually, and before long the PID will handle half a million dollars a year.

NOW is the time for YOU to consider giving a little of your time back to your community!

The four board positions that are open are as follows:                  

                      Area 3  Director – one position – all homeowners who live west of New Clark Road and south of Wintergreen Road are elegible for a board position.

                    At Large Director  – three positions  – there are three board positions open to ANY homeowner of High Pointe.

Being elected to the PID board means attending several meetings during the year.  Generally the board meets in October, November, February, April, May, June, August, and September. The meetings normally last from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.  The board consists of a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. These are board elected positions.

In addition there are committees that will meet occassionally to consider such things as fencing, landscaping, and other items vital to this community.

If you are considering running for the PID board, you need to have submit the following:

Bio sketch ( short), including your name and address and how long you lived in High Pointe  Reason why you want to be on the PID board.  If you like to include other pertinent information, feel free to do so, but remember to keep it short.

All of this information must received no later than 12:00 noon, August 30, 2007.

Mail OR fax your information to:

 Cornerstone Association Management Services, LLC ,  Attn.  Gary Josephson,  P.O. Box 191185,  Dallas, Texas,  75219, TEL: 214-520-0099  FAX:  214-520-6463

If the information is not received at the above mentioned date, you may not be considered for the election.

For additional information you may contact the following board members.

Hobart Kennedy 972-291-4175 or by e-mail hkennedy1@sbcglobal.net or Jerry Gregory 972-291-8366 or by e-mail jerrydgregory@sbcglobal.net Being a member of the PID board is a rewarding experience. Please consider contributing to YOUR High Pointe community


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Miriam Homoleski  |  September 20, 2007 at 6:35 pm

    We are concerned about the graffiti on our new fences esepecially along High Pointe Lane. It looks like it is being done by children walking home from school. What can be done to discourage this behavior? I think putting the sidewalk next to the fence was part of the problem. Future fences need to consider this and place a grass median next to the fence and the sidewalk on the curb.

    Also there is graffit in the gazebo. Graffiti all around does not invite the families we want in our neighborhood to come.

    Who is responsible for the gazebo. It needs some paint and repair?

  • 2. hppid  |  October 2, 2007 at 7:33 am

    The PID agrees that graffiti is a problem in our community. We work with the police department, our management company, Cornerstone, and Future Fence to ensure that the graffiti is cleaned up as soon as possible.

    I will check on the status of the gazebo and post a reply soon.


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