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September usually marks Labor Day as the unofficial end of summer when schools are in session. This year is completely different. Many of our children are working from home, while our grandchildren are also at home trying to learn online. This is very challenging. Labor Day, the first Monday of September, is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of the American workers. President Grover Cleveland signed the Labor Day bill into law in 1894, making it a federal holiday. This is a good time to acknowledge the men and women who are on the "Front Lines" during this pandemic, working to keep us safe and providing the goods and services we need. By now, the CC&Rs should have been made available for your review and comments. The CC&Rs provide a road map to homeowners living in an HOA of what is expected and permitted in the community. They are our "constitution." By definition, Covenants are promises. In effect, a buyer promises to abide by the governing documents and pay assessments. Conditions are contingencies that must be met, such as paying dues. Otherwise, a particular property right could be lost. Restrictions are limitations imposed on homeowners on the use of their property. The goal of the CC&Rs is to protect, preserve, and enhance property values in the community. By-Laws establish policies and procedures for the governing of an association, including election of directors, when and how meetings are held, and voting requirements. The process to review, update, and approve these documents requires several steps: 1. From the beginning of 2019 to now, an AdHoc Committee, consisting of residents and Board Directors, has been working to review and update our CC&Rs and By-Laws. 2. The Board of Directors has reviewed and agreed upon change/ revisions. 3. The revised documents have been made available to our Community for comments. 4. The Board will review these comments and make changes as needed. 5. The documents will be submitted to our residents for approval. On the home front, as of early August, there had been two confirmed cases of COVID-19. Because we have residents with health issues, it is important to follow the guidelines of the CDC and Riverside County Health Department. By doing this, we help to protect ourselves, as well as our friends and neighbors. Stay safe. Message from the Board of Directors 2 | Four Seasons Hemet Herald | SEPTEMBER 2020 | Sincerely, and on behalf of your Board of Directors, Greg Rockvam, Cliff Post, Tony Criscenti, Jim Hatcher, Ken Pounders, and Jerry Hawkins Jim Crase President

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