Cacapon South Deer Report (June 22, 2022) – An ad hoc group of interested residents was formed to discuss the challenges of the deer population in Cacapon South. The group met with a representative of the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources to discuss property owner concerns about the damage done in our community and potential solutions. Read the DNR report here.
June 4th date set for 2022 POA Community Picnic (May 4, 2022) — POA members and their guests are invited to attend the 15th annual community picnic at Cacapon State Park across from our front gate. Get all the details about how to attend and RSVP with the flyer attached to this post. We hope you can join us!
Community Elves Strike Again! POA gatehouse decorated for the holidays (Nov. 30, 2021) — The Cacapon South community elves were busy over Thanksgiving weekend decorating our entrance. Thanks to all who worked to make our holidays brighter!
Keeping our Community Beautiful (November 17, 2021) – Volunteers continue to keep our community looking great. In late October the fence running along Rt522 was damaged by a driver running off the road into and through the fence. It was a hit and run so we have no idea of who may have caused it and specifically when the damage occurred. Our POA board assessed the damage and immediately ordered the needed materials to repair it. Once the materials arrived,
2021 Annual Meeting Update (September 15, 2021) – The Cacapon South Property Owners Association (POA) annual meeting will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 6th via Zoom. Zoom access information has been distributed to all property owners via e-mail. Please contact the board at email@example.com if you didn’t receive it or need the information sent again. All property owners are encouraged to attend. Anticipated agenda items include the annual financial report, board report on maintenance and improvements carried
Update: US 522 Bypass News (June 15, 2018) — A small contingent of the 522 Bypass Task Force members attended a meeting in Martinsburg coordinated by Senator Charles Trump with Secretary of Transportation Thomas Smith, Engineer Aaron Gillespie, and others who accompanied them. Residents concerns will be considered The bypass map presented at the public meeting in April is NOT final. They called it a “proposed alignment.” The DOH will take residents’ concerns and comments into account and report them to the