Who Is AHLOA?
Avalon Home and Land Owners Association is a group of community-oriented property owners. Our purpose is to promote and enhance the environmental, economic and social values of residency in the Borough of Avalon, NJ.
What does AHLOA do?
In order to serve the Avalon community, AHLOA:
Maintains regular communications with Borough officials;
Reports regularly to AHLOA members at monthly meetings;
Encourages suggestions and dialogue on current Avalon issues, and;
Contributes financially to special projects and programs that enhance the overall welfare of Avalon.
You are welcomed and invited to join AHLOA. Please CLICK “About” AHLOA on our website. You’ll find information about our mission and member benefits. Your enrollment is vital to AHLOA, the Borough of Avalon and the local community. We look forward to working with you.
Membership is open to all persons owning property in the Borough of Avalon. AHLOA does not use your personal information for any purpose other than association communications with members. Our By Laws prohibit commercial use of our membership list. The membership dues are $20.00
Did You Know?
Jim Thatcher is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Chemistry and an MBA from the Johnson School of Management at Cornell …
Eileen Donovan has been a member of AHLOA for over three years. During her tenure, it has been her task to provide the speakers/programs …
Council Members Dr. Nancy Hudanich and Charles Covington, and Borough Financial Director James Craft, were our guest speakers at the AHLOA monthly meeting on Saturday, March 9th. They provided us with a detailed update on the proposed 2019 Avalon Borough Budget.
he U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection announced the release of an Interim Report for the New Jersey Back Bays Coastal Storm Risk Management Study. Details concerning both the study and the procedures for public comment are available at the link below. The Interim Report contains a set of alternative plans that manage risk and reduce damages from coastal storms.
Blustery winds are a routine part of daily life in Avalon, no matter what the season. Whether you are an avid cyclist, a tennis player, a beachgoer anchoring your umbrella or a homeowner securing your trash from wind and seagulls, we all know that a strong gusty wind may wreak havoc with your plans! Our local weatherman, Nick Pitman, known affectionately as Nor’easter Nick, reports on wind status often.
Chuck graduated from Lafayette College with a BS in Civil Engineering, followed up with a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Scranton. After devoting 37 years to Procter and Gamble, Chuck retired in June 2012. He and his wife, Cheryl, have made Avalon their permanent residence.
The issue of how builders maintain their sites is one of long standing. AHLOA has, in the past, taken steps to urge better enforcement and less intrusive job sites.
Recently, residents, including your Association, have again raised these matters with Borough officials. The Borough government has responded by focusing on enforcement of current laws and by promulgating new code designed to make home-building site more neighborhood friendly. For example, a new feature allows the Borough to shut down sites completely.
Jack is an undergraduate of Drexel University and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a master’s degree. After working diligently, Jack now enjoys life as a single retiree and splits his time between Avalon and Philadelphia. His personal interests include history, world affairs and traveling.
Jack has been a member of AHLOA for over 15 years. Ten years ago, Jack became a member of the Board as a Trustee where he served on the Education Committee for four years, then as 1st Vice-President for two years before becoming President.
Jack is a friendly leader, open to ideas and suggestions. While he has been at the helm together with the rest of the Leadership Team, AHLOA has experienced dynamic growth. Thanks, Jack, for your past and continuing contribution. Well done!
Here is a sample of Avalon lifestyle activities and community information with quick reference and contact details.
You will hear a prerecorded greeting. Please leave your name, phone number, an email address and a brief message. An AHLOA representative will return your call as soon as possible.
Avalon Home & Land Owners Association
P.O. Box 21
Avalon, NJ 08202