• HHCA Blog

  • We want you to participate in selecting the new trustees to fill the upcoming vacancies for the 2021/2022 HHCA Board. Three residents have stepped up to help and we are very grateful. Please read over their bios and cast your ballot. Ballots will also be distributed to each home in July TBD* and on the HHCA Facebook Page. The date to return ballots is July 30, 2021. *We are looking for volunteers to help distribute. If you are interested, please email, Sheila Rossiter at sheila [...]

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    Looking to become more involved with the HHCA? We will have three open seats for the upcoming year which starts in the fall. If you are interested, please submit a small bio 500 words or less to be included on the website, Holler, and the HHCA Facebook page to share with the neighborhood. Trustees need to be in good standing with the HHCA. Terms are two years with a maximum of four years. Voting will take place in June. Bios can be submitted through May 28 to Scott Hughes at [...]

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    The April meeting of the HHCA will take place on Thursday, April 22 at 6:30pm (EST) via Zoom. We delayed the meeting one week to help facilitate getting the annual dues invoices out. We appreciate your understanding and patience. The Zoom meeting link can be found by clicking here.

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    Spring Garage Sale

    The annual Huntington Hills Community Spring Garage Sale date is set for Friday, June 4 from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. and Saturday, June 5 from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.

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    Applications are now open for the Andy Rominiecki HHCA Community Scholarship. The deadline for applications to be submitted is May 1, 2021. This year eligible graduating seniors can apply with a hardcopy of their information or digitally. Visit our community downloads page and scroll down to the Andy Rominiecki Scholarship. Looking for additional Volunteer hours? Contact Jen Dupler for Easter opportunities on Sunday, March 28 or join us at the Park on Springbrook Drive on May 8 from [...]

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    Huntington Hills Community Easter Coloring Challenge

    Unfortunately, we will not be hosting our traditional Easter Egg Hunt this year; however, we have planned an alternative event to safely celebrate Easter as a neighborhood with a Coloring Challenge. The coloring sheet will be available for download starting March 5, 2021. Download provided coloring page designed exclusively by Children's Author and Illustrator Steve Harpster for each child to complete (please no oversized paper so it will fit in the bin). SEE DOWNLOAD BUTTON AT THE END[...]

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    Letter to Neighbors

    February 28, 2021

    Dear Huntington Hills Neighbors,We wanted to inform you of a meeting this morning with representatives from Violet Township to discuss the installation of a gate and speed bumps at the entrance to the park on Springbrook Drive.The meeting was not initiated by either the HHCA or the HHRC (Huntington Hills Recreation Club), which owns and operates the pool facility adjacent to the park. Because of this, we did not have an agenda or formal invite to share with the community at large. We [...]

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    Shed Recap from November Trustee Meeting

    The Trustee's met on Thursday, November 19 for their monthly meeting and the topic of amending the by-laws that prohibits sheds on lots in the neighborhood. Huntington Hills Resident Brandon Dodson proposed bringing a ballot to the neighborhood to vote on the issue. The Trustees felt the issue should go through a petition process first to gauge the interest level in the neighborhood before securing legal representation to draw up papers to bring the issue to ballot and subsequently [...]

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    November Trustee Meeting

    Due to COVID-19 we are having to have the monthly meeting via Zoom. The meeting will start promptly at 6:30pm on Thursday, November 19. We are limited to 40 minutes. Many residents have requested information about Holiday so we will be sure to touch on the Holiday Lights, Santa, and the Santa Mailboxes. Here is the Zoom information: Topic: HHCA November MeetingTime: Nov 19, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom [...]

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    Huntington Hills Park Update

    Dear Huntington Hills Residents, We wanted to let you know the trustees made the difficult decision to remove the hoops on the basketball courts at the park. After numerous issues regarding language, behavior, vandalism, and excessively loud music, we felt this is the only recourse. As a board, we have talked to individuals at the park one-on-one, posted signs, called the sheriff, etc, but to no avail, nothing has changed. While it is disappointing because we know residents use the hoops,[...]

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