Pathway and October 30 meeting update:
Due to homeowner demand we held an open board meeting to discuss the pathway on October 30, 2019.   A unanimous floor vote was taken at this meeting asking the  Board to visit the township to discuss possible new permit to keep the pathway, the Board never had this meeting. On November 4, 2019 the community connecter gravel path spanning over 355 feet by 7 foot wide was removed via majority board decision on August 21, 2019.
Another Special open meeting is set for December 16, 2019 at 6:30 PM at Hillside Elementary School to discuss and vote on removal of Liz Sur and Lynn Walker "for failing in their duties to serve in the best interests of homeowners",  special notice of this meeting was sent along with proxies that you can return should you be unable to make this  meeting.   Should removal occur, via our by-laws the remaining board member can appoint new board members however discussions with legal and management to hold a special election are ongoing. 
Danielle Hughes, current Board president, will end her term this January.  She will not seek re-election.   Ms. Walker and Ms. Sur still have a year term remaining.
Our Annual meeting will be held on January 13, 2020 6:30 PM at Hillside Elementary School 507 Howellville Road, Berwyn. Ms Hughes board seat is open.
This is an unfortunate situation and one that has divided our community and the current board is not able to work together. 
Please contact CCR for questions or contact specific board members with questions.  
Interested in Community happenings?  What to know the latest information from Easttown Township?  A digital version of IN our Township magazine is available here  :
Do you need Landscape help?  Need to find reliable Lawn care, contact Tammy Harris at 
Want an easy way to pay your dues?  Visit our Management Section and click on the Smart Street logo and automatically pay!                             
           Phase 1 of  Street Repaving is now complete!  Phase ll will take place  Spring/Summer 2019.   
Thank You for all your support with this effort! In Winter 2018 we also had some potholes filled by Easttown Township.
The Greens at Waynesborough is a premier, diverse residential community located in Berwyn Pennsylvania.  Over 150 homes are nestled on 148 acres of land with 2 1/2 miles of sidewalks, many cul-de-sacs, circles that abut woodlands and stunning golf club views.  The community is private yet perfectly located with quick access to food, gas, the King of Prussia Mall, the SEPTA Paoli/Thorndale Line (rail access to Center City Philadelphia). Valley Forge National Park, the Devon Horse Show, many golf courses, the Upper Main Line YMCA, many private schools and the Tredyffrin-Easttown public schools.
A Perfect Neighborhood!
6 Great Reminders of Your Commitment to the  GAW Homeowners Association:
The homeowners association is a home and community. When you chose to be a member, you agreed to some unique obligations to the community and to other residents within it.
1.  Read and comply with the community’s governing documents
You should have received a package of documents well before you closed  on your home. If you didn’t, check the Association’s website or ask the manager or a member of the HOA board for copies. Make sure you understand what’s included in them, particularly the rules about pets, parking, your home’s exterior maintenance, architectural guidelines and when you must pay Association assessments.
2.  Provide current contact information to Association board members or the manage
Make sure they know how to reach you in case of an emergency, and ask them to notify you of Association meetings and other important events.
3.  Maintain your property according to established standards
The community’s appearance can add value to all the homes within it—including yours—so it’s important to keep landscaping neatly groomed and your home’s exterior well-maintained.
See F.A.Q. section to obtain homeowner recommendations for Landscapers
4.  Treat Association leaders honestly and respectfully
Board members are homeowners just like you. They have volunteered to give their time and energy freely to govern the community. While you should share your concerns about the community with them, do so in a way that’s constructive, informative and helpful.
5.  Attend HOA board meetings and vote in community elections
Board meetings are open to all who wish to sit in and keep up with issues under discussion. The homeowners association is a democracy, and your voice and vote can affect important issues.
6.  Pay Association assessments and other obligations on time
Your regular assessments pay for common-area maintenance, amenities and other shared expenses. If you don’t pay on time, the burden for paying your portion of the Association’s bills falls on your neighbors. Contact CCR Management  if you’re having problems, to discuss alternative payment arrangements.
Use these reminders for yourself or to send to members in your community to encourage a peaceful and proactive Association.