HOA Board Meeting Monday March 4, 2024

The Kensington Grove HOA Board of Directors met Monday evening to discuss multiple topics. In a follow up to the Landscape committee’s report last time regarding the Travis Road entrance trees that were lost last year from the tornado, it is recommended that Royal Raindrops Crabapple trees be planted instead of replacing the pine trees …Read more

HOA Board Meeting, January 8, 2024

The Board of Directors held their first meeting for 2024. The 2024 Board consists of 6 members: Terry Cleveland, president; Tino Marquez, Secretary; Chuck Rivera, Treasurer; Andy Hippenmeyer, Director; Alisa Rayel, Director; and, Brooks Chumley, appointed Director. The Board is in need of a seventh member. Two KG community HOA members were invited to the …Read more

Fall 2023 Annual Meeting held Oct 23, 2023

Monday evening, October 23, over 40 homeowners attended the first fall Annual Meeting held in the White River Trustee’s Office on Morgantown Road. In addition to members of the Board, Tom Murray, senior partner of Eads Murray & Pugh, P.C. and Kensington Grove HOA’s attorney, was also in attendance. Terry Cleveland, President, presided over the …Read more

HOA Board Meetings, Sep 11 & Oct 2, 2023

The following is a summary of the September and October Board meetings. Our vendor for street signs has repaired and replaced several damaged sign posts, so all signs should be in good working condition now. The central roundabout fountain’s new top was ordered and will be shipped to our landscape vendor for installation. We are …Read more

HOA Board Meeting Aug 7, 2023

On Monday, Aug 7, the HOA Board of Directors met and discussed several topics of importance. The Travis Road entrance lost two large trees to June’s tornado. Replacement is being considered. Our landscape vendor will be asked to suggest the type of tree and to provide an estimate. Two other trees were lost at the …Read more

HOA Board Meeting, July 10, 2023

The Board discussed the recent storm and tornado that caused damage in our community. Actions taken by Board members included coordinating with the Johnson County Emergency Management Agency for delivery and replacement of dumpster when full, and pick up of tree and shrub debris by contractors hired by the county. Additionally, the Board coordinated with …Read more