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Frequently Asked Questions & Info - 2020 Dues Increase
Posted on Apr 26th, 2019

Dear Pinewild Property Owners:

Thank you for your thoughtful questions and comments regarding the letter and information you’ve received this week regarding the proposed dues increase.


We want to ensure that you are fully informed and have as many resources as possible to understand why this initiative is important to the future of Pinewild. As such, we plan to provide you with regular email updates, answering “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQ) submitted by you.


Additionally, we have prepared a short video, explaining why this increase is needed and how you can support this initiative.

You may watch this video by clicking this link:


Here are a couple of FAQ about the dues increase for 2020:


Why do you keep calling it an assessment instead of “dues”?

The terms can be used interchangeably, but the CC&Rs define the annual payment to the PPOA as an “assessment.”   So, we are using the language that is cited in the CC&Rs.  When we say “assessment,” all we mean is “dues.”


Is a “yes” vote for a one-time increase of $240, or is it a vote to increase the dues by $240 each year?

  • The proposed increase will be added to our dues/assessment base beginning for 2020.  Once this $240 is included in the base amount, it will be carried forward in the base amount for future years, and the amount of the increase in dues/assessments in future years will be limited to the lesser of 5% or the CPI, as required by our CC&Rs.
  • This $240 increase should continue to keep Pinewild in the “middle of the pack” when compared to dues that are assessed by the other private communities in Moore County.  (See the graph include in the letter mailed on April 24, 2019 and on the Pinewild web site.)


We know that many of you will have other questions or concerns throughout this process, so please do not hesitate to email those questions to  We plan to email answers to your specific concerns and questions periodically. We will continue to keep all of you informed and share as much information about this initiative as possible.


Thank you,

Board of Directors

Pinewild Property Owners Association

Annual Assessment Adjustment for 2020
Posted on Apr 24th, 2019
Dear Pinewild Owners: 
Within the next day or so, you should receive a letter in the mail from the Pinewild Property Owners Association Board of Directors regarding a proposed assessment (dues) increase.  We hope you take the time to review the letter in its entirety.
Below is a link to an electronic copy of this letter for your reference.
Additional information, including the reports referenced in the letter to residents, regarding the proposed assessment (dues) increase is available here on the PPOA website. On this page click on "Annual Assessment (Dues) Adjustment" to drop down the section of this page with the additional information and resources regarding this matter. 
We welcome and encourage any questions or concerns regarding this letter. Please submit those questions to the PPOA Office by emailing:
Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
Board of Directors
Pinewild Property Owners Association
                Lydia Boesch, President
                Walt Danker, Vice President
                Terry McGushin, Treasurer
                Carol Pitzer, Secretary
                Bill Ainsley, Director
                Jack Kapala, Director
                Wade Murdock, Director
Habitat For Humanity - Stuff the Truck - Pinewild Date
Posted on Apr 5th, 2019
Dear Pinewild Residents:
Below is a flyer from Habitat for Humanity, regarding dates for an upcoming collection drive in Pinewild.
Please contact Kim Braddy at 910-295-1934 ext. 2220 or via email -, or Jana Green at 910-603-1488 or via email - for any more information regarding this project.
Please be sure to contact Kim Braddy or Jana Green to make arrangements for pick-ups, or if you have any other questions about this event. 
Information from the PPOA Nominating Committee and Pinewild County Club
Posted on Apr 4th, 2019
Dear Pinewild Residents 
The PPOA Office would like to provide you with a few reminders, regarding the upcoming 2018 PPOA Election, along with some reminders from the Pinewild Country Club.
2019 PPOA Board of Directors Election:
The April 11th deadline for submitting applications to serve on the Board of Directors for the Pinewild Property Owners Association is fast approaching.
There is no better way to be involved in the operations of Pinewild and the decisions that impact the future of our community than to serve on the Board of Directors.  We encourage you to consider whether you’re willing to serve in this capacity.
The candidate resume form is available at under the “Information and Announcements” link in the “Members” dropdown menu.  You also may request a copy of the form by emailing the PPOA office at
If you have questions or would like additional information, you also may call Lydia Boesch, the President of the PPOA Board of Directors, at (910) 528-4405.
Thank you for your careful consideration of this matter.
PPOA Nominating Committee
            Lydia Boesch, Chair
            David Birkhauser
            Becca Leen
            Lee Mack
From the Pinewild Country Club
The following is a memo with some reminders and additional information from the Pinewild Country Club:

With the active spring season soon upon us, the County Club would like to take this opportunity to remind all members and residents of some long-standing policies related to use of the Club Facilities within the beautiful Pinewild Community. Again, recreational facilities are available to Members of the Club only, as well as appropriately registered guests.
  • All play must be registered with the Golf Shop prior to any access to the Golf Courses or Tennis Court. This includes all of the courses (the Magnolia, the Holly, the 3-hole Challenge, as well as the par-3 Azalea).
  • Only registered Private Carts, and Club-Owned Carts may be used on any of the Club Golf Facilities. Please also note that only Full and Club Members are eligible to participate in certain Private Cart Programs.
  • It is requested that cart and automobile drivers alike, exercise extreme caution when driving on, or crossing, the streets within the community. 
  • The Club facilities are available for designated uses only. No walking, No dogs, No bicycling, No jogging, or other unauthorized activities. There are various reasons for this long-standing policy, a very important one being personal safety.
  • When utilizing the Club facilities, it is requested that appropriate and approved attire be worn. This includes the Practice facilities at the Driving Range area. 
  • The Pool Facility is scheduled to open May 17th. This facility continues to be available to registered Members of the Country Club only, as well as their accompanied Guests. 
We thank you for your attention to the aforementioned, and your support of Pinewild. 
2019 PPOA Election of Directors - Candidate Filing Period
Posted on Mar 11th, 2019
Dear Pinewild property owners:
The election for three seats on the Board of Directors of the Pinewild Property Owners Association (PPOA) will be held on May 16, 2019.  You will be receiving additional information about this election meeting within the next month.
In preparation for this election, the 2019 PPOA Nominating Committee is reaching out to property owners who might be interested in running for the three open seats.  Any property owner in Pinewild is eligible to run for the Board; you do not have to be a member of the Pinewild County Club to serve on the PPOA Board of Directors.
If you have a desire to get more involved in your community, we encourage you to consider running for this Board.  Information about service on the Board follows.
PPOA Board of Directors - Bylaws Amendment Notice
Posted on Feb 19th, 2019
Dear Pinewild Property Owners:
Pursuant to Article XI, Section 1 of the Bylaws of the Pinewild Property Owners Association (PPOA), the PPOA Board of Directors is notifying you of its intent to make three amendments to the current Bylaws. For your reference, the existing Bylaws may be viewed by clicking here.
Pinewild - Phase V - Update and Information
Posted on Feb 5th, 2019
Dear Pinewild Owners and Residents:
Pinewild Project Limited Partner (PPLP) has submitted plans to the Village of Pinehurst related to the development of Phase V in Pinewild.  We indicated to you at the November 2018 Budget Ratification Meeting that we would let you know more as we learned more.
The plans submitted to the Village are posted on the PPOA web site (, in the Phase V section of “Information and Announcements.”
These plans currently are being reviewed and assessed by the Village of Pinehurst's Technical Review Committee (TRC). This review process will continue until the submitted plan meets all applicable codes/regulations for the Village. At some point, there will be a public hearing before the Village’s Planning and Zoning Board. We will advise you when the date of that hearing has been established.

If you have any questions about these plans, please send your questions to  We then will compile them and forward them to the Village.
As we continue to follow the potential development of Phase V, we will provide you with any additional updates or information regarding this matter. 
PPOA Board of Directors
Lydia Boesch
Walt Danker
Carol Pitzer
Terry McGushin
Bill Ainsley
Jack Kapala
Wade Murdock
Pinewild Country Club - Charity Social - Open to All Pinewild Residents
Posted on Feb 1st, 2019
Dear Pinewild Residents:
The following comes from the Pinewild Country Club Advisory Board, regarding an upcoming event that is open to all Pinewild residents. 
Dear Pinewild Members and Residents:
On Friday, February the 8th the Pinewild Country Club of Pinehurst and the Advisory Board will be hosting a “Charity Social” event from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at the Pinewild Clubhouse. Please plan on joining us for this very special event, as it is open to everyone in the community.
Coyote Sightings in Pinewild - December 2018
Posted on Dec 18th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Owners & Residents:
Some Pinewild residents have contacted the PPOA Office noting that they have seen coyotes in Pinewild and questioning what can be done.  PPOA does not have the means to handle the removal of coyotes within Pinewild. When there is perceived imminent risk and depending on the severity of the situation, Animal Control (910-947-2858) or 911 should be called. Also, please notify the PPOA Office so that we stay abreast of the situation.

Update from Power Outage Committee
Posted on Nov 7th, 2018
The following is from the PPOA's Ad-Hoc Committee researching issues relating to power outrages in Pinewild:
Dear Pinewild Owners and Residents: 
The PPOA Board of Director's ad hoc committee addressing the localized electrical power outages experienced during the recent hurricanes is submitting this brief update and request to the Pinewild residents.
We have received approximately 50 responses regarding power outages during the last two storms as well as communication difficulties/ specific situations with our power provider. The goal of this committee is the collection of pertinent information and to identify the major issues concerning power outages in the Pinewild community. The findings will then be submitted to the PPOA Board for their evaluation and for the power provider to hopefully improve power distribution service in Pinewild.
We need ALL the information we can gather concerning the last two storm power outages, whether you had limited outages, no outages, or major outages. We also need your personal communication issues with Duke Energy. Thank you to those who have submitted your information. For those who have not, PLEASE send your information, including information as to whether or not you have a generator to: Chuck Marrale at
We will continue to keep you updated as we progress with this process.
Thank you,
Your ad hoc Power Outage Committee
Pinewild Celebration - Invitation & Reservation Form
Posted on Nov 6th, 2018
For all Pinewild Residents: 
Below is the link to the Pinewild Celebration Reservation Form. You can download and print this form and submit it, per the directions on the invitation. Hard copies of these reservation forms will be placed in the resident mailboxes at the entrance gates later in November. 
Pinewild Celebration - Reservation Form (Click on this link to download and/or print this form)
Checks can be made payable to: Pinewild Celebration 
PPOA - Establishment of Power Outage Survey Committee
Posted on Oct 26th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Owners and Residents: 
The PPOA Board of Directors has formed an ad hoc committee to address the localized electrical power outages that some Pinewild residents experienced during the recent hurricanes. This Power Outage Survey Committee will investigate the scope and potential causes of such outages. During hurricane Florence, for example, some homes in Pinewild were without power for up to 55 hours, while other homes on nearby streets, or on the same street, never lost power.
Event Save the Date - Pinewild Celebration
Posted on Oct 11th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Owners and Residents:
Please mark your calendars for Pinewild's Inaugural 2019 "Pinewild Celebration" Event!
Don’t miss out on this Grand Celebration with friends, neighbors, and new residents!
Event Details: 
Saturday, January 12th | 6:00pm until 11:00pm
Casual Elegant Attire  (jackets not required)
Simply click on the link below, to open that document and find out more information about this event.
The "Pinewild Celebration" committee will be sending out formal invitations in the coming weeks. 
Thank you, 
Amy Damone, CMCA
Community Manager
Excess Yard - Debris Collection Service Update
Posted on Sep 28th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents:

We want to update you on the additional, one-time collection of excess yard debris by the Village of Pinehurst. The Village’s contractor did begin this service yesterday, Thursday, September 28th. They have finished collection on the following streets:
Pinewild Paving Work - Fall 2018
Posted on Sep 25th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents,

You may have noticed various markings on the roads over the past day or so. The PPOA will be completing various road repairs and paving projects throughout the community during the next week to ten days.
Loose Yard Debris Collection Service - Important Information
Posted on Sep 24th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents,

The Village of Pinehurst will be facilitating a one-time additional collection service for excess yard debris following Hurricane Florence. 
Yard Waste Cart Collection
Posted on Sep 21st, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents:

Waste Management has advised that due to the storm they weren’t able to complete the yard debris collection route this week. However, they will be in the community tomorrow, Saturday, September 22nd, to complete this service.
Village of Pinehurst - Planapalooza Events
Posted on Sep 19th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents:
Below is a message from the Village of Pinehurst regarding the start of their "Planapalooza" Event. 
PPOA Trash Collection Schedule and Mail Service Updates
Posted on Sep 18th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents:
As we noted yesterday, we have remained in contact with Waste Management, and they have confirmed that trash collection services will operate as normal this week. Trash, recycling, and yard waste will be collected tomorrow (Wednesday, 9/19) as usual. 
Storm Clean-up - Trash Service and Other Updates
Posted on Sep 17th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents:

We hope you all have fared well through the storm. It does seem like we have been fortunate enough to miss the worst of the storm.

Our maintenance team will begin our clean up efforts to get as much debris out of our streets as possible, and our gate arms have been put back up at all the gates. I am glad to report that our maintenance team was able to promptly remove any large limbs or trees that obstructed our roads throughout the storm, so all roads are passable, if not messy. If you see a member of our maintenance staff, be sure to tell them a word of thanks for their work over the weekend.

Here is some important information for you as you work through any storm clean up on your property. 
Hurricane Florence - Additional Updates and Information
Posted on Sep 13th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents,

Due to the forecasted conditions from Hurricane Florence, the PPOA Office will be closed tomorrow, Friday, September 14th. 
Hurricane Florence - Updates and Information
Posted on Sep 12th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents,

We want to update you on the on-going preparations for Hurricane Florence. While there is still considerable uncertainty in the predictive models and forecast, we can expect to see some impact from this storm due to its size and strength. 
Hurricane Florence - PPOA Preparations
Posted on Sep 10th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Resident: 
As you know safety and well-being of our residents are paramount, and with that, the PPOA Office, Maintenance, and Security teams have been closely monitoring the path of Hurricane Florence and taking additional measure to ensure that we are prepared for any impact this storm could have on our area and our community.
Deer Hunting Notice-Phase Four
Posted on Sep 5th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents,
This is a reminder that deer hunting season starts this weekend. 
Bow hunting season begins September 08, 2018 till September 28, 2018 (which includes Sundays). 
Envision the Village - Village Workshops and Other Events
Posted on Aug 22nd, 2018
The following message comes from Bob Boone and Pattie Taylor, who have been appointed by the Village of Pinehurst to their Think Tank, regarding the Village's work on their Long Range Plan. 

Dear Pinewild Residents,

Pattie Taylor and I, Bob Boone, have been appointed to the Village of Pinehurst’s Envision the Village Think Tank as representatives of the Pinewild neighborhood. We will periodically be in touch with you with information, updates, and requests for input into the process. Our Think Tank will be advisory only in nature, so we don’t have any final say in the process, but we are charged with seeking input from citizens of Pinehurst in our various communities and providing that perspective in our advisory role.
Update from Highway 211 Committee
Posted on Aug 20th, 2018
Dear Residents,

The following information comes from the Board appointed 211 Committee. They are providing updates regarding the proposed rezoning of a parcel of land along Highway 211 across from the Abington Gate. Please review accordingly. 
PPOA - 4th of July Updates and Reminders
Posted on Jul 7th, 2018
Dear Pinewild Residents:

We have a few reminders regarding the upcoming Independence Day Holiday:
Update on Highway 211 Rezoning
Posted on Jul 5th, 2018
Dear Residents,

The following information comes from the Board appointed 211 Committee. They are providing updates regarding the proposed rezoning of a parcel of land along Highway 211 across from the Abington Gate. Please review accordingly.