What does CTA do?
CTA is responsible for the ownership, operation and maintenance of much of the core infrastructure that is used and shared in common by all residents and property owners of Carolina Trace. These common elements consist of:
*Traceway is a privately owned road and is not maintained by any governmental entity.
In addition, CTA oversees and funds the security contractor responsible for staffing the Gatehouse on a 24/7 basis. CTA also serves as a forum for the POAs, through their elected representatives to CTA, to discuss issues of common concern and to exchange ideas for the betterment of each POA.
CTA does not control or otherwise manage the individual POAs, which are solely responsible for common elements within their individual boundaries; such as:
Each POA sets its own budget and assessments for individual lots within the POA, which will include the POA's pro rata share of CTA expenses, as calculated under a formula in the CTA Bylaws. All assessments to lot owners are billed by and paid to the POA, not to CTA.
CTA organizational chart
It should also be noted that CTA has no ownership interest in the Carolina Trace Country Club or any real estate firms in this area.