Entries by Barry Hendrix

CHOA Alarm Proposal Fails

As you know, the Board of CHOA conducted a vote of homeowners on whether you wanted to amend our Bylaws to eliminate the requirement that CHOA provide monitoring of alarm service to homeowners.  If passed, this would have resulted in each homeowner being responsible for payment of the monitoring of their own security system and your […]

Holiday Party was fun and informative with Murphy’s Green update

As you know, we had the CHOA Holiday Party on January 20th.  Approximately 100 folks attended.  There was great food and conversation. In addition, Ken from Garron Grounds laid out several options for Murphy’s Green.  The reason the Board wanted to present this information during the Holiday Party was that the timing was good to […]

Reminder: CHOA Holiday Party is next Saturday Jan 20th at 4:00 at the Country Club!

Happy New Year Neighbors! Because December was such a busy time, the CHOA Holiday Party will be this coming Saturday January 20th, 4:00 pm at the Charbonneau Country Club. This will be a great time to get together to meet new neighbors and catch up with everyone. In addition, Garron Grounds will be will be […]

Reminder- The Great Oregon Shakeout is coming October 19!

Please note that the “Great Oregon Shakeout” is coming October 19th at 10:19 am.  This is an exercise to test our preparedness for an Earthquake.  You can learn more about this event at : https://www.shakeout.org/oregon/.  Please see the great informative video on this site. Please note that the recent earthquake activity in the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Oct. 11 – […]

Caring for your Roses

There is still time to enjoy the beautiful roses that are growing throughout the Charbonneau community. However, it will soon be time to prune them back so that we will have roses to enjoy next year.  Mid-October to mid-November is a good time for a cleanup pruning and then major pruning in February. This is […]

Please do not feed the wildlife

Please do not feed any of the wildlife we have here in Charbonneau.  This includes: Geese, Ducks, Squirrels, Chipmunks, Deer, Coyotes, Skunks and any other wild animal you might come across in our neighborhood. Wild animals that are fed by humans can lose their fear of people and become aggressive when they don’t get food as […]