|2020 Annual Meeting Notice - Designated Proxy|
|Posted on Jan 9th, 2020
The 2020 Annual Meeting of Owners will take place on Monday, February 3, 2020 at 7 PM in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Doors open at 6:30 PM for light refreshments, there will be a raffle following the meeting. Click here to view the 2nd Annual Meeting mailing with designated proxy, Candidate Bios, and the Meeting Agenda. We hope to see you all there!
|URGENT NEWS - Fee Increase/Coupons/Account Number/Direct Debit|
|Posted on Dec 20th, 2019
I know this is long and this time of year “extra” time is a present Santa just will NOT deliver, but I want to ask everyone to please read this entire message as there is some in here for everyone. It’s long but I’ll break it down to pertinent sections so you can skim for now till you have time later.
Let’s start with the easiest items:
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|2020 Approved Budget|
|Posted on Nov 18th, 2019
The approved 2020 Operating Budget of the Association is now available. As required by the Declaration a hard copy of this notice is being mailed to all Owners. There will be a $5 increase in the Common Charge starting January 1, 2020. Single Family Owners will be paying $115 and Townhome Owners will be paying $190 ($115 Common + $75 Town).
|2019 Snow Clearing Map|
|Posted on Nov 1st, 2019
|Snow Removal Responsibilities|
|Posted on Nov 1st, 2019
Association Responsibility - The Association has posted it's "snow map" on the website, you can view it there, as well as on the clubhouse bulletin board, or click here. The Association will only remove snow from the alleyways, Harding Circle, the parking lots, certain sections of trail, and sidewalks that are adjacent to common ground.
Township Responsibility - The Township plows all the roadways except Harding Circle.
Owner Responsibility - Regardless of living in a single or town home, everyone is responsible for snow removal to their driveways, walk from the front door to the driveway or sidewalk, and the sidewalk out front of your home. Homes located on corners are also responsible for the sidewalks along the side of their home, as well as clearing a path at the corner so people can safely cross the street. Do not put snow back onto already cleared alleyways or streets. Do not put any snow down any of the storm drains. They need to be free to take in the melting snow. Packing them with snow will cause them to not function properly and could cause flooding.
Single Family Homes - Please remember to clear a path in the street to your mailbox for the Mail Carrier to safely deliver your mail to your home.
Township Snow Related Ordinances - Police can issue tickets:
Parking on the street when snow is in the forecast is not permitted
All sidewalks must be completely cleared of snow and ice within 12 hours of the end of a storm
Ice Caused from Drainage off Home Lots - Everyone is reminded that you are responsible to monitor the flow of drainage from your downspout extensions and sump pump lines. If any icing is caused in the alleyways due to your properties drainage you will be cited for this safety violation, fined and charged the full costs incurred by the Association to have the iced area treated and cleared. If you notice any ice forming in the alleyways please address it immediately so you are not cited. It is highly suggested you disconnect any sump pump lines so they drain into your side yard only during the winter months.
Parking Lot Use During Snow Storms - As noted above the Township does not permit parking on the streets during snow storms. Everyone is urged to use their garages and driveways before parking in the Association lots.
However, if you park in the clubhouse lot please leave the spaces closest to the building empty so people using the building will be able to park there. Parking is limited to no more than 72 consecutive hours, violators will be towed at the vehicle owners sole expense.
|Township and Police Offices Relocated for Renovations|
|Posted on Mar 28th, 2019
Please click here to view the official notice of relocation for the Township's Administrative Office and Police Department. Their facilities will be undergoing renovations starting April 15, 2019 and are estimated to take 12-16 months for completion. The notice contains the new physical addresses and locations of these municipal services. Thank you.
|Community VENDORS LIST|
|Posted on Apr 10th, 2018
Following is a list of vendors for your home maintenance and service needs. If you have any Vendor recommendations please provide their information by clicking here to send an e-mail to the office. We are happy to add them to this list.
(Pricing for 2019 has been updated)
Buzz Cut Lawn Care and Landscaping, LLC- landscaping services:
Nick D'Antonio – landscaping services:
Schell's Landscaping - landscaping services:
AHR – power washing:
Daltry Painting Inc. - painting & caulking of exterior trim/woodwork + interior painting:
Battavio Plumbing and Heating/Cooling:
Richard Egan Contractors – stucco repairs:
Logue’s Electric – general electrical and lighting:
Murphy’s Dryer Vent Service
TAS Electric - general electric and lighting:
JT Handy Man, Landscaping and Tree Services - general contracting, concrete/stucco, etc.:
Top Hatter Chimney Sweep:
LB Home Improvement - Leroy Beiler - roofing, gutters, windows, doors:
For Replacement Siding - Here is a distributor for the PlyGem Mastic Siding on the homes. The siding is a special order item as it is no longer carried in stock. Take a sample of the existing siding there to match the color. Service Wholesale Inc. 4810 Horseshoe Pike, Downingtown 610-518-5187
Gas Fireplaces(Servicing - will handle Lennox Systems too)
Salters located at 3113 W. Ridge Pike in Eagleview. 610-631-9372 www.saltersfireplace.com; Chip Shoemaker firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: You are under no obligation to use any vendor listed above. You may use any contractor you wish to complete work needed at your home. Neither the Association nor management make any guarantees or warranties for any listed vendor with regard to pricing, quality of workmanship or materials, or availability, etc. Please do your own due diligence before hiring any company. The vendors on this list have either done work in the Association, stated their interest in doing work here, or have been recommended by your neighbors.
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