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~ Avalon East Community ~
There are multiple homeowner associations (HOA) for the Avalon East community. Every year residents send payments to the incorrect association and & or make requests to the wrong property management association. This adds to management costs, delays repair work and proper posting of payments and causes residents to incur late fees.
 
Avalon East Community Association (AECOA) is responsible for the pool, sports courts, fitness center and common areas in the park. To maintain these facilities and property we collect fees twice a year on January 1 and July 1 .
 
AECOA is not responsible for issues related to your home. This means that we do not manage home repairs, roofs, landscaping & grass, leaks, insurance, roads, noise, neighbors, plumbing, electrical, driveways, sidewalks, power washing, rodents, birds, trees, parking outside of AECOA parameters, etc.. Please contact your homeowner association for these types of issues. 
 
HOA Contacts 
Condominiums:Dave Caplan ,
Courtyard Homes:Management
Townhomes:Kathleen Hutzell,
 Complete Management Services, Inc.  410.255.4255 ext.106

~ From the Property Manager ~
The Avalon East Community Association is managed by Vision Realty Management . David Brocklebank  is our Property Manager. In case of emergency, he can be reached at 410-992-7773.
 
If you need a Fob ($15 each), please send a request to avaloneastcoa@gmail.com
 
Your association dues fund insurance, utilities, cleaning, maintenance of the pool, sports courts courts, clubhouse and the fitness center. They provide for maintaining the park and dog stations. These are vital to maintain good property values.
 
Delinquent homeowners cost everyone! Be a good neighbor. PLEASE PAY YOUR DUES ON TIME. Semi-annual payments are due on January 1 and July 1. You may pay your dues using this link: Vision Realty Mgt
 

~ From the AECOA ~
The Avalon East Community is 24 years young and our infrastructure is starting to show it's age. This year, the Board authorized renovation of the large pool. Last year, the wading pool was renovated and new motors were installed. The combined renovations totaled $100,000.
 
The sports court renovation is complete. We look forward to hearing your feedback on the quality and condition of the new playing surface.
 
The fitness center is scheduled for update in 2023. Current plans are to replace aging equipment, update the restrooms and improve lighting. The Board is seeking volunteers to help with the renovation and design. We would also like to hear from residents about what equipment & amenities you would like to see in the space. Please email us at avaloneastcoa@gmail.com with your comments.

~ Clubhouse ~
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~ Pool ~
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~ Upcoming Events ~
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~ General Announcements ~
       
                                         
The Baltimore County trash (T) and recycle (R) collection schedule  .
 
Wednesday (T) 
Thursday (R) 
 
START PREPARING FOR: 
March 27,2023 & September 19,2023
 

~ Sports Courts ~
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~ Community News ~
As members of Avalon condos and HOAs, the water and sewer bill is sent to the condominium/HOA management organization and you pay via your monthly fees. For all properties except condos and some HOAs, the water distribution is based on the size of the water meter servicing the individual property. For the sewer service charge, the cost is based on volume.
 
This means that condominiums/HOAs owners pay more for using the same services than non-condo type units, such as apartments of the same size.
 
Based on a study by Annen Woods, the average condominium/HOA owner was overcharged by more than $573 in 2022. Baltimore County is aware of the issue but has been slow to fix the problem.
 
The meeting originally scheduled for August 17, 2022 to again urge the county to fix this discrepancy has been postponed. We will provide the link to the Zoom meeting on the Avalon East website and encourage residents to participate.
 
To learn more about the impact of this issue, read the Annen Woods study:Yearly Water and Sewer Overcharges.