– Architecture Review and Landscape
– Clubhouse Operations
– Common Property
– Deed Restrictions and By-Laws
– Medical Equipment Lending
– Land Development
– Neighborhood Watch
Architecture Review and Landscape Committee
The Architecture Review and Landscape Committee works to preserve the appearance, ambiance, quality of life and property values of all lot owners in Little Falls Village. To achieve this, the Committee reviews all requests for changes in landscaping or to the exterior of the house, and makes sure the Covenants and Deed Restrictions are followed.
Residents must request permission before undertaking any changes such as fences, decks, porches, driveways, walks, walls, landscaping, bushes and trees. Necessary changes must, to the extent practical, be performed such that the condition and appearance is equal to and identical to the original as constructed. Any exterior changes to a home including but not limited to the replacement of trees, bush-es, driveways, etc.… need to be sent to Ginny Schiavelli; Architecture Review and Landscape Committee prior to the start of the work. The e-mail address is email@example.com, who will then forward the request to the A & L Committee members for review and approval. In the subject line of the email, please indicate the property address and type of request (meaning Architecture vs. Landscape). The owner will receive written notice of the acceptance or denial of the request.
Ginny Schiavelli, Chair
Lenora Wagner, Board Adviser
Annually, the Board of Directors appoints an Audit Committee (AC) comprised of 3 members, at least one of whom is a Director (other than the President or Treasurer). The Mission of the AC is to assist the Board in carrying out its financial oversight and due diligence responsibilities by periodically verifying and testing the procedures which have been established to control and report Little Falls Village Maintenance Corporation’s cash receipts and disbursements . Adequate results of the limited tests performed by the AC are intended to provide the Board with reasonable assurances with regard to the accuracy of the transactions reported in the monthly and annual statements of cash receipts and disbursements.
John Wiley, Chair
Bob Sokoloff, Board Adviser
Clubhouse Operations Committee
To provide a clean, secure, and well-maintained facility for LFV homeowners for community business meetings, social functions, and private party rentals.
Linda Rudnick – Scheduling
Ernie Castagia – Maintenance
Common Property Committee
To ensure that the community’s grounds are maintained at the highest standards of appearance and safety. To be the recipient of homeowners’ concerns with regard to landscape maintenance issues and be the principal communicator of such concerns to the community’s designated landscape contractor. To make recommendations to the Board for projects to improve landscape maintenance and request related funding. To periodically inspect retention ponds to insure continued compliance with New Castle County codes.
Sharon Cattie, — Homeowner contact for Regis Falls Avenue
Ginny Schiavelli — Homeowner contact for Niagara Falls Drive and Victoria Falls Lane
Jane Steele, Board Adviser — Homeowner contact for Beaver Falls Place
Deed Restrictions and By-Laws Committee
The Committee reviews existing governing documents. It recommends updates or changes deemed appropriate to the Board for consideration.
Lois Parke, Chair
Bob Krajeski, Board Adviser
Medical Equipment Lending
The Committee’s primary mission is the compilation and maintenance of an inventory of medical and related equipment and the coordination and operation of a program to loan that equipment to residents of Little Falls Village. In addition, the Committee also has residents that would provide transportation to medical appointments or pick up medications at the pharmacy. For information about borrowing/donating equipment, transportation needs, or assisting with this community program, please contact Ann Dively.
The following is a “brief” list of the types of medical equipment available: crutches, walkers, a collapsible wheelchair, shower chairs, various surgery and shower boots and bedside toilets (which can also be used over the commode to provide arm support for standing/sitting).
Ann Dively, Chair
Linda Rudnick, Board Adviser
Land Development Committee
The Land Development Committee strives to promote and preserve the health, safety, convenience, general welfare and quality of life for all residents of Little Falls Village. That vision is accomplished by reviewing and publicizing views about proposed development plans and rezoning applications to ensure the interests of Little Falls Village are protected from the potential adverse impacts of land uses.
Mike O’Neill, Chair;
Bob Krajeski, Board Adviser
Neighborhood Watch Committee
To provide an information forum for all LFV residents that will highlight safety concerns and topics for the wellbeing of the community.
Lou DeYenno, Chair
Ernie Castagna, Board Adviser
The Little Falls Village Social Committee arranges 6 – 8 social gatherings a year to be held at the Clubhouse where residents can meet to socialize. The activities include covered dish dinners and happy hours where all the food and beverages are provided by those that attend the events.
Linda Rudnick, Chair, Board Adviser