Bremerton Cottages Association
The Bremerton Cottages Association is dedicated to the maintenance, protection and improvement of the Bremerton Cottages community. The Association functions as the primary agent for the maintenance of the grassed common grounds within the cottage community, as well as providing for the maintenance of individual lots. The GCA retains primary responsibility for maintenance of other common areas. The activities for the cottage community are organized through the elected board of the Bremerton Cottages Association.
Board of Directors
Rod Stoner (President)
David Hendon (Vice President)
Janet Stack (Secretary)
Betsy Baten (Treasurer)
Luis Marques (Member at Large)
Board Meetings generally are held quarterly or as needed, at the Glenmore Country Club. Residents of the Bremerton Cottages Association are welcome to come to the meetings. Special meetings will be held in the intervening months if necessary.
Committees will report after a quorum has been established and the minutes of the previous meeting have been approved. Public input will follow. We ask that each person wishing to speak limit their comments and concern to three minutes, subject to additional time for questions from the board.
The Board will generally not comment on the speakers’ remarks during the input segment, but rather at a subsequent time. This will give the Board time to reflect upon, research, and discuss the issues raised. In rare cases, some questions and comments to the Board may possibly be answered after all public input, if an accurate answer is readily at hand. However, we prefer to provide a written answer to the questioner either by email or regular mail.
Residents may also submit issues they’d like the board to address in writing/email several days prior to the meeting. These issues may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board Meeting Schedule
All regular Board meetings are held at
1:00 PM in The Club at Glenmore
February 25, 2021 Annual Mtg @ 7 PM
The BCA financial accounts are audited every other year by an independent accounting firm.
The BCA is governed by these legal documents, which are very similar to those governing the GCA. The most relevant to residents are the Covenants and Restrictions, which lay down the specific responsibilities of the association with regard to management and upkeep of individual lots as well as common areas. In addition to these documents, the BCA must comply with the section of Virginia law known as the Property Owners Association Act, and provide a written Complaint Procedure.