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P.O. Box 436266, Louisville, KY  40253

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 ANNUAL MEETING: The 2010 BHHCA Annual Meeting was held on Tuesday August 21st, 2010 at 7:00 pm at the Hope Lutheran Church located at 4200 Shenandoah Dr.

Please schedule time to attend the annual meeting.  It is a great way to find out what is going on in our community and give us your input. This was the first year for Snow Removal.  What did you think about it?

Agenda Discussed


·        Nomination & Election Of 2 Members to the Board of Directors*

·        Budget

·        New Credit Card Payment Option

·        Foreclosed/Vacant Properties

·        Landscaping & Front Entrance

·        Snow Removal Concerns

·        Other Issues/Questions/Suggestions

·        Door prize drawing for a $50 gas card – must be present to win

*Any homeowner in good standing (current on dues) is eligible.  Current board members can be re-elected.  Board members usually attend 4 or 5 meetings per year that are held in the evening, lasting 2-3 hours. Email is a must to conduct business between meetings Please attend the annual meeting to run for election and/or contact any board member for more information.  

VIOLATION COMPLAINTS:  Please contact Metro Call at 311 or for enforcement of Jefferson County ordinances:  a car parked in the street for 24 hours or more, grass/weeds taller than 10 inches, parking vehicles, boats, RVs on the grass, and vehicles blocking the sidewalk.  Anyone can request this service from Metro Call.


If you prefer to contact the board for a rules violation, you MUST furnish the address of the homeowner and be very specific about the violation.  It is not enough to say people are parking on the street, some yards/fences look bad, or a dog is barking all night.  The Board Members do not have the time or resources to drive around looking for violations.  Even if we could, we have no way of knowing if a car has been parked on the street for 3 minutes or 3 days or a dog has been barking for a few minutes or a few hours.  Only the neighbors know when there is an ongoing problem. All complaints are confidential.  If you receive a violation letter, it means the board received a complaint from another homeowner.  You can email the board at



The BHHCA Declaration states: “No trailer, boat, truck or other vehicle shall be parked on any street in the Subdivision for a continuous period in excess of 10 hours or for an aggregate period of 24 hours in any one calendar year.”  Cars must be parked in a driveway or garage. Please don’t be a nuisance to your neighbors and/or an accident waiting to happen.  Vehicles parked on the street for more than 24 hours are considered abandoned by Jefferson Co. ordinance and are subject to fines and/or towing. Please report any such vehicles to Metro Call listed above.



ANNUAL DUES:  Dues are to be paid no later than April 30, 2011.  Take advantage of a $10 discount by paying early next year!  

The amount due for 2011 was as follows which includes $30 for snow removal:

$110 if paid by March 31, 2011

$120 if paid by April 30, 2011

$130 if paid by May 31, 2011


ANNUAL DUES OF AREA COMMUNITIES:                         Brooks of Hickory Hollow      $110

Bay Colony                         $125                 Brownsboro Glen           $200                 Craig’s Creek    $160

Bluegrass Fields                  $125                 Chamberlain Place         $200                 Eagles Cove     $  90

Brownhurst Manor                $125                 City of Fincastle                        $330*                Hickory Hollow  $100

                                                                                                                              Silver Creek      $216

*Fincastle is a “6th Class City”.  This is the average per home paid as property taxes.


CHAIN LINK FENCES:  Chain link fences are not allowed in the Brooks of Hickory Hollow per the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions.  Properties already identified as having existing chain link fences may keep them as long as they remain in good condition.  If any repair is needed, the fence must be removed and cannot be repaired or replaced.  NO NEW CHAIN LINK FENCES ARE ALLOWED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.  Additional information and a list of properties allowed to keep existing fences are on the BHHCA website listed above.  Please let new homeowners know they are not allowed to install a chain link fence.    

SNOW REMOVAL:  Snow removal passed and annual dues increased by $30 to pay for this service. 


Important Things To Know About Snow Removal:


·         Some snow will get piled up at the end of your driveway.  There is no way to avoid this when snow is plowed.   

·         Don’t park on the street.  This allows the whole street to be plowed and snow won’t get piled up around your vehicle.  PLEASE NOTE:  You are responsible for any damage to your vehicle when it is parked on the street.

·         Please don’t stop the driver and ask him to plow your driveway.  He is paid by the hour to plow our streets - not individual driveways.  Unnecessary delays cost everyone more.    

·         Plenty of space is left between the plow and mailboxes.  However, the force of plowed snow flying off the blade can knock down posts, mailboxes and “for sale” signs that are not firmly secured.  The plow operator is not responsible for such damage.     


4-WAY  STOP AT ACCOMACK & SHENANDOAH:  After years of trying to get this, we are pleased to announce the 4 way stop was finally added in the Summer of 2010.  Thank you to everyone for your support on this! 


1.        How do I get more information about the community or contact a board member?  The best source of information is the community website –  Board member contact info is listed on the website or send an email to 

2.       I want to know what the deed restrictions and community rules are.  Where can I find them?  They are recorded in the public records of Jefferson County and also on our website listed above.  The document is called the Brooks of Hickory Hollow Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions. All homeowners must comply with Declaration.    

3.       A streetlight is out.  Why doesn’t the board get it fixed?  We rely on the homeowners living near the streetlight to report it to LG&E.  We pay a flat rate per streetlight whether they work or not and repairs are included at no extra charge.  Please report problems to LG&E at 589-1444 and give them the address of the home next to the light.  



·         Park only in a driveway or garage – not on the street.    Do not block sidewalks with your vehicle.

·         Boats, trailers, campers, motor homes, jet skis, etc. aren’t allowed in our community unless kept in a closed garage. 

·         Always pick up after your pets.  It’s the law.

·         It’s illegal to put anything in the creeks or ditches.  MSD can issue fines and require you to clean it up.

·         Please mow and trim all areas of your property, including ditches and behind fences.

·         CURB APPEAL:  This is important for property values.  All properties must be kept in a neat and attractive manner.  Please keep grass/shrubs trimmed and trash cans in your garage or the back of your house so they aren’t visible from the street.  


Upcoming Events


ANNUAL MEETING:  Brooks of Hickory Hollow Annual Meeting will announced in the Summer of 2011 and is usually held at Hope Lutheran Church.  We hope everyone will try to attend this once a year meeting.  This is YOUR community!

Loretta Boydston 384-5880
Barbara Boykin 412-5052
Rob Metzger 429-9318
Tony Newell 271-7601
Kathy Wright 412-2942


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