The Architectural Committee’s works to maintain the value of homes in Craneridge. It accomplishes this by ensuring that new homes and changes to existing homes fit the Craneridge architectural style.
The members of the Pool Committee work hard during the summer season to ensure we have a safe place to swim and cool off. The pool is open daily, weather permitting, from late May to early September. The pool is operated under the jurisdiction of the Erie County Health Department. A life guard is on duty at all times and is fully trained and certified by the Red Cross.
The pool may also be reserved for a homeowner’s private use after normal hours. There is no charge for this except a lifeguard is required. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to pay for the lifeguard.
The Woodlands Committee is charged with developing and implementing a plan, both long and short term, to manage the forest in which we live. During the 35+ years that Craneridge has existed, our forest environment has changed. The Board and Woodlands Committee explore ways to ensure that the natural environment we enjoy is preserved and enhanced for the current and future residents of Craneridge.
The Finance Committee ensures the fiscal stability of the Association. The committee meets this goal by creating both long and short-term financial plans. These plans are reviewed with the Board of Directors to formulate the activities of the Association and its committees for the following year. The Finance Committee also insures that the committee operates under accepted accounting procedures and oversee annual audits.
The Bylaws Committee is a sub-committee that was formed to review the Bylaws, suggest changes, and facilitate the updating process. All suggestions made by this committee are reviewed and approved by the Board of Directors before presentation and voting by the Association members.
Members: Chuck Dickhut, Ted Welch & Cory Bowen
The Communications Committee is a sub-committee that was formed to facilitate consistent and open communication, to and from all community members, aimed towards community-wide goals. The goal of this committee is to facilitate communication between the Board of Directors and homeowners, which is a crucial part of a happy and successful community organization.
The purpose of the Craneridge Welcoming committee is to greet new residents soon after they move in and to give them a sense of the uniqueness of our community. The committee will answer any immediate questions and concerns they have, point them toward all sources of information about the community, and encourage them to contact members as additional needs arise. The committee will organize periodic new neighbor events.
Craneridge Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 77 Glenwood, New York 14069