About us

Mission

The Towns County Homeowners Association (TCHA) has been a non-partisan/non-political homeowner association in the State of Georgia since July, 2004. The mission of the TCHA is to provide a venue for all homeowners and qualified renters in Towns County to address issues and problems of mutual interest in the management, planning, and development of the County and its environs, and to conduct dialog with elected government officials in pursuit of resolution of these issues. There are no paid personnel in the entire Association. Ninety-four percent of dues are used to cost effectively assist in funding various local community efforts.

Guidelines

Members are encouraged to express their opinions by letter and by emails to public officials and government organizations and to participate in City and County meetings. Members are enrolled in TCHA as either individuals or households by paying one dues cost: $25 per year. We are committed to preserving the beauty and friendly atmosphere of our “Enchanted Valley” and Lake Chatuge, with quality of life amid growth and development. Members include both long-time Towns County residents and newcomers. Meeting notices are sent to local newspapers and mailed or emailed to members plus the bi-monthly TCHA newsletter that includes board meeting minutes to keep members informed.
“We try to address tough issues in a kind and sensitive way, acknowledging many issues are not simple, and all choices have consequences.”                                                                                                                                                        TCHA founding president, Bill Blumreich
 

Board of Directors

  President:    Noel Turner
Vice President: SuSu Davis
Secretary:  Joan Crothers
Treasurer: Jan Kowalsky
Directors: Don Berry, Ken Manwaring, Richard Klotzbier, Michael Courey
Membership Chair: LaJean Turner
 

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