The routing/account ID numbers at the bottom of the check are 054000030 and 5332645051.
The following Heritage House Homeowners check for $3,938.77 dated 12/27/2012, does not list Vestal Property Management and is not signed.
The routing/account ID numbers at the bottom of the check are 054000030 and 5332645051, which are the same for the 11/30/2012 Vestal check above.
The listed address on the 12/27/2012 check below is 614 West Friendly Avenue;
The following Heritage House Homeowners check for $3,850.00 dated 10/17/2013.
The routing/account ID numbers at the bottom of the check are 054000030 and 5332645051, which are the same for the 11/30/2012 and 12/27/2012 checks above.
The listed address on the check below is 614 West Friendly Avenue;
This information was furnished by Jeff Faith, a Heritage House homeowner, who received data and copies of checks written by the Heritage House Homeowner's Association to the City of Greensboro, as reported in today's News & Record.
The President of Association Management Group, Inc. (AMG), located at 614 West Friendly Avenue is Paul Mengert.
Per Nancy Vaughan, Paul Mengert and Don Vaughan jointly own 614 West Friendly Avenue via VM LLC.
Don Vaughan and Associates
612 West Friendly Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27401
I believe Don's office is on the left, and Paul's is on the right.
Per Nancy Vaughan, the Vaughan's have no ownership interest in AMG.
AMG, supposedly aka Heritage Homeowners, appears to share the same routing and account numbers on checks paid to the City of Greensboro, meaning there appears to be an indirect association in this mess between Don Vaughan and Paul Mengert.
Terminate any relationship with Heritage House and whoever the homeowners association management group is involved.
City Council votes to rezone Heritage House to be exclusively owner occupied, which should eliminate vagrancy issues as only homeowners, who tend to take care of their properties, will have access and will be required to live at the property.
City Council forgives the water etc... debt of the homeowners association, in exchange for owners who intend to occupy condos installing separate water meters so the water bill issues do not re-occur.
City Council uses the money allocated for Marty Kotis' incentive grant in Agenda Item 12 to pay down the Duke Power bill, after which hopefully Duke Power will forgive the rest what is owed in exchange for condo owners installing individual power meters so the issue doesn't arise for the whole building again.
Let's make Heritage House an oasis of home ownership, within a neighborhood of low income rental properties.