Burke Station Citizen’s Association
The Burke Station Citizen’s Association, Incorporated (BSCA) encompasses all homes, both detached and townhouses. The BSCA cares for property and concerns common to all homes in Burke Station Square.
The BSCA collects dues once a year to help pay for the general upkeep of common areas and other general needs for the whole community.
BSCA Board of Directors
- President, John Medeiros
- Vice President, Alison O’Connell
- Treasurer, Rachel Lynch
- Secretary, Susan Carter
- Infrastructure, John Ailes
- External Affairs, Aaron Reddell
- Architectural Standards, Jason Heron
Questions for the Board of Directors may be addressed to email@example.com
Questions for the Burke Townhouse Homeowners Association (BTHA) may be addressed directly to Ken Eiriksson, firstname.lastname@example.org
BSCA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
- BSCA Board Meeting Minutes 02-01-2022
- BSCA Board Meeting Minutes 04-05-2022
- BSCA Annual Meeting Minutes Annual Meeting 2022
- BSCA Board Meeting Minutes 06-07-2022
- BSCA Board Meeting Minutes 08-23-2022
BSCA Current Financial Statements
Burke Townhouse Homeowner’s Association
The Burke Townhouse Homeowner’s Association, Incorporated (BTHA) governs the townhouses in Burke Station Square. The BTHA addresses concerns specifically related to the townhouses such as street repair, parking, and common property. The BTHA collects dues quarterly. Townhouse owners are in both the BTHA and the BSCA and must pay dues, fees, and assessments to both the BSCA and BTHA. Townhouse residents with questions or concerns regarding the townhouse areas and guidelines should contact Ken Eiriksson, email@example.com
Click the title to download a copy of the Burke Station Citizens Association Bylaws. The Bylaws were revised in 2015 and approved at the May 5, 2015 Annual Meeting.
Click the title to download a copy of the Burke Station Citizens Association BSCA Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions.
Home Owners Association (HOA) Resale Packages
Homeowners planning to sell their homes, must obtain a HOA package from the BSCA. Townhome owners must obtain two HOA packages, one from the BSCA and, in addition, a HOA package from the BTHA.
For BSCA, contact:
For BTHA, contact: