Residents of Holley by the Sea may get more out of their membership next year– without having to pay the $10 increase in assessment fees.
The top three items budgeted for 2011 – a new pool dome, beach house landscaping and boat ramp – are scheduled for replacement in the upcoming fiscal year, according to the latest reserve study released this fall.
A potential increase in assessment fees debated in September was to fund the three items. However, after tightening their budget belt, Wendy Hoeflich, general manager, managed to fund the repairs/replacements with the current $365 fee.
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