Welcome to the Atascocita Forest Community Association web site.


Trail of The lakes MUD will be having a Town Hall meeting at Whispering Pines Elementary on Wednesday October 15 at 7 PM. We encourage all homeowners to attend and ask all the questions about the New Constable Contract.


Dear AFCA Members,


A letter of information from your BOT:


This letter is to inform you the Atascocita Forest Community Association Board of Trustees had NOTHING to do with your water bill increase. We were misrepresented as a community to the Trail of the Lakes MUD District and were NOT aware this was happening. We had and do not have control of what the Trail of the Lakes MUD Board did by signing a Constables Contract and increasing your bill!!!


The AFCA has been very happy with our Security and the Crime Stats show that. Members of the BOT will be in attendance at the next MUD Board meeting to express our thoughts on how this was represented to the MUD without regard in contacting the AFCA. We urge home owners to attend also. Here are the minutes of the MUD Board that anyone can read at www.trailofthelakesmud.com.










July 28,2014




The Board of Directors (the "Board") of Trail of the Lakes Municipal Utility District


(the "District") met in regular session, open to the public, at the offices of Radcliffe Bobbitt


Adams Polley PLLC, 1001 McKinney, Suite 1000, Houston, Texas 77002, its regular meeting


place outside the boundaries of the District, on Monday, July 28, 2014, at 11 :00 a.m.;


whereupon, the roll was called of the members of the Board, to-wit:


Virginia Elkins - President
Jeff Campbell - Vice President
Jo A. Smith - Secretary
Pamela Gholson - Assistant Secretary
Christopher Bush - Director


All members of the Board were present, thus constituting a quorum. Also attending the


meeting were: Lieutenant David Escobar and Captain Wally Wieghat of Harris County


Constable, Precinct No.4 (the "Constable"); Ms. Crystal Kirby of Aggressive Waste Disposal,


Inc. ("Aggressive"), garbage collection service provider for the District; Mr. Tom Dillard of


Champions Hydro-Lawn, Inc. ("Champions"), detention pond maintenance provider for the


District; Mr. Aaron Alford of Woodmere Development ("Woodmere"), a developer in the


District; Mr. Rick VanDyke of Si Environmental LLC ("SE" or the "Operator"), operators for


the District; Ms. Keli Schroeder, P.E., and Ms. Sarah Johnson, E.I.T., of


Brown & Gay Engineers, Inc. ("Brown & Gay" or the "Engineer"), engineers for the District;


Ms. Beulah Kelly of Myrtle Cruz, Inc. ("MCI" or the "Bookkeeper"), bookkeepers for the


District; Ms. Kristen Scott of Bob Leared Interests, Inc. ("BLI"), tax assessor/collectors for the


District; and Ms. Regina D. Adams, attorney, and Ms. Rita R. Rodriguez, paralegal, of


Radcliffe Bobbitt Adams Polley PLLC ("Radcliffe Bobbitt" or the "Attorney"), attorneys for the








Lieutenant Escobar presented information to the Board regarding Constable services


available to the District, a copy of which is attached hereto. Lieutenant Escobar then explained


that many community associations are shifting the responsibility of security contracts with local


law enforcement agencies to utility districts and added that such transition has been successful.


Lieutenant Escobar added that a security contract with the Constable would cover the entire


District and would include patrol of the District's facilities.


Lieutenant Escobar then explained that the Constables also offer bike patrol, vacation


watch, response to home alarm systems and also handles matters relating to computer crimes.


Captain Wieghat also explained that the Constable works with other agencies in the community.


Lieutenant Escobar then made recommendations on the number of deputies necessary to patrol


the District due to its size. Ms. Adams informed the Board that the cost for one (1) deputy is


$63,932.00 per year with a 70 percent (70%) contract with Harris County, and that three (3)


deputies would cost the District approximately $191,796.00 annually. Lieutenant Escobar then


reviewed the deadlines for potential effective start dates.


Lieutenant Escobar and Captain Wieghat further presented the Constable's services and


the Board thanked them for their presentation.


Lieutenant Escobar and Captain Wieghat exited the meeting at this time.




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Dear AFCA Homeowners,


Now AFCA Homeowners may now make payments on line through the communityassetmanagement.com website. You must have your statement and your account number. The account number is located at the top right hand corner of the statement of account directly beneath the property address. This is unique to that resident.


You will need to register to set up an online payment. Go to the http://www.communityassetmanagement.com website, and click on the Payment Online tab at the top of the page.


In order to register, you must have an email address and set up a password for your account. The password must contain at least 1 number and 7-8 characters.


Once you are registered, just log in and follow the prompts. The payment will be posted directly to your account in Jenark the system being used by CAM. There is a fee for this process, it is paid directly by the homeowner to PayLease. These fees cannot be waived. The fees may vary between Direct Deposits and for Charge Cards.


If a homeowner does not know their account number, CAM may assist you.



Messages meant for the Community Members only are now in the folder on the right under “A message for the community”.


Monthly Membership Meeting


Meeting Announcement     Meeting moved to CAM Office



The Monthly Meeting of the Members of the Atascocita Forest Community Association, a Texas Non-Profit corporation, will be held on Monday, August 11, 2014, at 7:00 o'clock p.m. at Community Asset Management located at 9802 FM 1960 Bypass W., Suit 210, Humble, Texas 77338. The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

Note* All monthly AFCA meetings will be held on the 2nd Monday of the month. December is an exception.





Credit cards will soon be accepted as a form of payment by CAM. The software is being installed into their system but not functional at this time. Stayed tuned for updates.

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