Insight Association Management, which manages the Lantana Community Association, recently announced personnel changes at their office in the Lantana Visitor Center.
Monica Neuman has taken over the role of Deed Restrictions Coordinator for Lantana.
“Monica held a similar position with another management company and is excited to bring her experience to Lantana,” said Bruce Crawford, president of Insight.
Neuman oversees covenants, violations and Architectural Review Submittals. Her duties include weekly property inspections as well as following up on homeowner reported violations and assisting homeowners with Lantana’s Declarations and Design Guidelines.
With the addition of Neuman, Mark Norton, who has served as Deed Restrictions Coordinator for the past five and half years, was promoted to Lantana Community Manager.
Norton is responsible for all aspects of the Lantana Community Association, including customer service, common area and facility management, the supervision of vendor contracts such as the front yard maintenance program, fitness program, tennis program and pool, porter and lifeguard services, facilitating board meetings, books and records management, social functions, budget and finance duties and overseeing all capital repairs and improvements to the common areas.
Norton also supervises the on-site staff at the Lantana Visitor Center that includes Neuman and Administrative Assistant, Erika Manquero.
Crawford, who has served as Lantana Community Manager since 2001, said he will stay active in the oversight of the association in his new role as Senior Community Manager.
“I will still be actively involved in the day to day management of the community through attendance at board and Architectural Review Committee meetings,” said Crawford. “In addition I will continue to assist Mark with contract supervision and oversight, inspection of the common area facilities, budgeting and fiscal management.”
Insight Association Management specializes in single family homeowner associations and master planned communities in North Texas.