Pet owners, please check to ensure your property perimeter is secure and your dog(s) are not able to access the trails from your property. We have received several reports of pets escaping their homes and approaching equestrians and trail runners on the trails. Horses are flight animals and barking or fast approaching dogs (no matter […]
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While you are inspecting your property for drainage concerns, please also evaluate your fencing. Many, many homeowner fences that abut the trail easements are in varying states of disrepair. Wood rails are missing, detached, broken or falling. Posts are leaning, wrought iron is rusting, chain link is sagging or torn or both. Homeowners have responsibility […]
While we are awaiting the Winter rains, please take the opportunity to evaluate your slopes and clear your v-ditches, swales and catch basins. Drainage systems full of leaf debris or eroded soil can overflow and cause serious flooding or damage to property. Additionally, in areas where you have had the previous flooding, it will be […]
Revised Election Rules were adopted at the October 16, 2018, Association Meeting. The Election Rules available at the below link incorporate a new section, Section 6.2 Specific Instructions Pertaining to Elections, which includes specific policy with respect to the handling of Member requests for the voting list. This revision provides transparency as to the instructions given […]
The beginning of this week brought our first high wind event of Fall/Winter knocking down some small branches, and some not so small, and blowing twig, bark and leaf debris throughout the community. Following wind events the Association landscaper tours the community to evaluate damage and commences cleanup starting at the Association Recreation Center parking […]