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Villages of Marlborough
The Villages of Marlborough (VOM) Community Association website was developed to serve as an informative resource for VOM homeowners. 
-  Villages of Marlborough Board of Directors
~ Announcements ~
Villages of Marlborough Yard Sale
The community-wide yard sale for October 3, 2015 from 8:00am - 2:00pm, has been rescheduled for Oct 10m 2015, 8am - 2:00 pm, due to rain.  If you would like to participate as a buyer or seller should contact Patrick Thiele at no later than Wednesday, October 5, 23, 2015.  You may also view the following sites: and craigslist.
If you would like to participate as a buyer or seller should contact Patrick Thiele at no later than Wednesday, September 23, 2015.  You may also view the following sites: and craigslist.

Click the link to see the announcement.

Click the link to see the announcement.

The VOM board have received many e-mails and calls about neighbors placing garbage at the curb in household plastic bags, unsecured garbage cans and boxes. Unprotected garbage attracts buzzards, cats, dogs and other scavengers. We are arranging for the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcements (DPIE) to patrol streets in our community on trash days, Tuesdays and Fridays. DPIE will cite all violations they come across.
We ask that all neighbors invest in one of the approved containers listed below:
1.  Permanent-type, standard metal with bottoms intact and no excessive rust
2.  Watertight, heavy-duty plastic containers with handles and tight-fitting lids
3.  Securely tied, heavy-duty plastic bags
No single container should exceed 60 pounds. There is no limit to the number of regulation containers that may be used. 
While you are at it don’t block the sidewalks. 
Check out the VOM newsletter under Features!
Review the Golf Course Update section for the latest information.

URGENT!!! Are you in danger of being labeled as not paying your assessment fees?

Hi, Neighbors:
As you may know we are being sued by ProCom for terminating their contract. Procom and Union Bank in Georgia are being uncooperative in regards to Villages of Marlborough Community Association (VOM)  accessing the remaining account we have at that bank. Even though my name is listed as a signer for that checking account, the bank told me that ProCom is their client; therefore the Association must go through ProCom for access. ProCom informed us through communications with Blackstone that they no longer have anything to do with the account and will not assist.

We are in a predicament. We know that some of you had your bank accounts set up to automatically pay the VOM’s annual assessment. However, without cooperation from the bank and ProCom, we cannot verify those payments. Some of you told us you did receive a coupon from ProCom for the 2015 assessments and paid it. We are aware that some of you paid the assessments without prompting. Eventually, we will gain access to the account, but in order for us to move forward we need to know who paid assessments to Union Bank’s Smart Street. Without that information, we can only verify those who paid assessments to Blackstone, as we requested that you do.
It is very important that you notify us if you received a coupon from ProCom and if you made a payment.
To avoid being cited as delinquent, please let us know if you paid ProCom via Smart Street and provide documentation, a copy of payment transaction, check and or coupon of any payment you made. This information will allow us to bring our records up to date and avoid citing you as delinquent. Please respond by May 20, 2015.


Villages of Marlborough Community Association, Inc.
Robert Bowers, President
Do you have a topic you would like to discuss with your neighbors?  Go to the Message Board and get in on the latest discussions or start a new discussion.

New Management Company
Effective March 31st, Blackstone will replace ProCom as the management company for VOM.  This change will result in significant savings and better services for our community.  Each homeowner will be receiving a welcoming package from Blackstone in the coming weeks.  In the meantime, please continue to contact ProCom.

Earn Community Service Hours
We will be doing litter pick-up along John Rogers Blvd. and Lords Landing Dr. on a weekly basis. We will pick up trash on other streets in the neighborhood as needed and/or requested. We need your help in telling us where the areas are that need litter to be cleaned up. This will be a great opportunity for our young people to earn some community service hours. Please call Maceo Barbosa at (301)-574-0542 to get signed up.
Youth Spotlight on Niya Nelson
Hello neighbors, we are happy to the announce the
Villiages of Marlborough May Youth Spotlight! 
Youth can be recognized for:  perfect attendance in school, making the honor roll, community service, scholarchips, or extracurricular activities. We need you to nominate someone who is attending grade school through college. The nominee must live in the Villages of Marlborough (one of it's twelve sub-divisions). If you know someone you would like to nominate please call Maceo Barbosa at (301)-574-0542.

~ Upcoming Events ~
VOM Meetings
Monday, August 24th to Thursday, December 31st
Because of the lack of decorum, disruptions, and the uncontrollable antics of the Cooper/Roberts Group at the May19, 2015 Annual Meeting as well as the August 18, 2014, BOD Meeting, all meetings have been suspended until an election can be held. We cannot trust that these same individuals and their supporters won’t act just as unruly at the next meeting as they did at those meetings. We know that homeowners must make special arrangements in most cases to attend a meeting. The antics of that group would result in a colossal waste of everyone’s time.

As you know, we terminated Procom as the VOM Manager and replaced them with Blackstone Management; an action that saves us more than $40,000 a year. Union Bank who operates the Smart Street Division to whom many or our residents paid their assessment, refuses to provide VOM with the list of those who have paid, as well as the money in that account. In order for a vote to count we must verify that the voter is not more than 60 days delinquent. Union Bank says that Procom is their client, even though the account is for Villages of Marlborough, and even though the current Board President is signed on to the account. Without Procom’s direction Union Bank will not release the information.Procom says they no longer have anything to do with this and refuses to assist. Our attorney his now involved.

A vote count cannot be done without that information. Consequently, an election cannot be held without a count of all the votes. So, not to waste anyone’s time and expose homeowners to the constant bickering, distractions, and disorderly behavior of some who claim power, no meetings will be held until all the information is available.
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~ Neighborhood News ~
PG County Council Hearings
Posted on Nov 10th, 2014
The County Council meets as a legislative body at 10:00 a.m. every Tuesday in the Council Hearing Room on the first floor of the County Administration Building in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

Sessions are available online LIVE and On Demand 24 hours after the meeting has been concluded.

All live council sessions are listed under upcoming events.  
Resources and Information
Posted on Nov 10th, 2014
Councilman Derrick Leon Davis - District 6 (constituent areas include South Bowie, Capitol Heights, District Heights, Forestville, Kettering, Largo, Mitchellville, and Upper Marlboro).  On this site you will find information and resources related to our district.
Delegate Marvin E. Holmes, Jr. - District 23B, Prince George's County
State Senator Douglas J. J. PetersDistrict 23, Prince George's County
Lyn J. Mundey - District 7 Board of Education

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