At the annual HOA meeting on February 6th, elections for board members will be held. In addition to the current board members there will be three new candidates for board positions. The nominating committee interviewed nine potential candidates and had the difficult task of selecting three to run for the board positions. The three additional candidates are Tere Cossaboon, Wendy McNatt and Anne Miller. The floor will also be open for anyone else to be nominated. Those elected will then meet to determine officers. Please take a look at the end of the newsletter for the bio of each of the three new candidates.
The nominating committee was made up of six residents:
Tere Cossaboon, Chris Glover, Diana Kruse, Leah Lancaster, Wendy McNatt and Kim Swiderski.
Please plan on attending the annual HOA meeting to cast your vote or fill out the proxy (to be mailed to all residents sometime in January) and be sure it is delivered to the HOA management company before the meeting for verification.
someone you know will be attending.
Hi! My name is Tere Cossaboon. I have lived in Waterton with my husband, Jeff, and son for just over 5 years. We moved here from New Jersey, buying our current home on blind faith and couldn’t have made a better decision. The friends we have made in this community have quickly turned into family, making us love living here. I’m currently seeking a position on the HOA Board because I know we can build that sense of community and family throughout both Waterton and Fairview Lakes. I am willing to dig in and work hard to help make our community a neighborhood where people want to live. I look forward to the opportunity to serve this community.
Wendy McNatt is an Alabama native and graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Arts in radio, television and film. She relocated to Greenville in 1999 and has lived in Fairview Lake for 12 years and loves the neighborhood and serving in our community!
Wendy works with Greenville County Solid Waste Division as Greenville County’s Recycling Coordinator and educates the community about waste reduction, recycling and litter, conducts landfill tours, presentations and promotions. She also manages the Greenville County recycling program, which includes self-service recycling locations that collect nearly 6,000 tons of recyclables annually. She is responsible for program budget, grant development, writing and submission before County council, special project preparations and submissions, press releases, advertising placement and requests quotes for the divisions’ specific needs, as well as foster relationships with vendors, public/private partnerships, educators, civic groups, volunteers, municipalities, and citizens in the County.
Wendy has served the community as Adopt A Road director and volunteer, Keep Greenville County Beautiful Executive Director, United Methodist Women President, Green Step Schools Program mentor and Carolina Recycling Association Educational Outreach and Conference Entertainment Committee member. She is a member of Keep Greenville County Beautiful Board and Solid Waste Association of North America.
Wendy is married to Marc McNatt and has an enthusiastic and fiery red headed 8 year old daughter and three dogs. She enjoys serving in the community, being outdoors, running (a little faster that a turtle), painting and gardening.
Hello! My name is Anne Miller. My husband Dan and I have lived in this neighborhood for almost 5 years. We have 5 kids ranging from 5 to 19 years old. My whole purpose in running for a board position is to help serve the community. I absolutely LOVE this community and would like to help make it the best it can be. As a board member I can promise to bring a willing heart to serve, full transparency, consistency and excellent communication. Before moving to South Carolina I was a Realtor in Michigan. I will use my knowledge of real estate and hard work to better this community and help in any way I can. I would be happy to answer any questions prior to the upcoming election. If you do have any questions, please feel free to contact me on the neighborhood facebook page: