Ms. Zopp is a semi-retired Medical Office Manager who recently moved to Bridgewood and now serves as its President. She believes her managerial experience, both financial and in human resources will be a benefit to the homeowners and renters of this area. She also has previous Homeowners Association experiences in Fremont, California where she served 1 yr. as President and 2yrs as Vice President for the Irvington Square Homeowner Association.
Steph has been a resident of Bridgewood for 17 years and has volunteered for Bridgewood for over 7. She is employed as a Business Manager. Steph loves her neighborhood and values her neighbors and the community we all live in. She takes great responsibility and honor in being elected to serve you.
Kimber has served as Chair of Bridgewood's ACC Committee and feels that this experience taught her a lot about the needs of our community and how working together can improve our environment. Kimber joined the Board to better serve our community and brings with her diverse experience and leadership skills. Kimber has lived in Bridgewood since 2007 and is a native Waco resident. She was promoted to District Facilities Manager with Sears Holding Corporation. Kimber's favorite activity is spending time with her family. She also enjoys baking, reading, and restorative yoga.
All affairs of an association are governed by a Board of Directors (BOD). Bridgewood’s BOD consist of three (3) community residents publicly elected by community residents. Being a member of the BOD of a homeowners association is a great responsibility. All members of the Board are volunteers and serve without any compensation from the association. It is important that support and cooperation be given to them for the benefit of everyone living in the Bridgewood community.
- Prepare the annual budget for the association.
- Establish the rate of assessments.
- Collect all assessments due to the association.
- Provide for necessary operational personnel.
- Make and amend the community rules.
- Enforce all provisions of the governing documents.
- Provide for care and upkeep of the common areas.
- Perform all acts necessary for the association’s administration.
- Oversee the maintenance of all common areas and any amenities within your community.