Good evening PMLE 5,6,7. Please be advised that we have a tree company coming in to take down some troublesome trees at the end of September. Particularly, September 27th and September 28th (weather permitting). We've identified 10 trees that are immediate threats to the power lines and our roads. Therefore, we ask that you be vigilant and careful on these days so that our contractor and their employees remain safe.
Further, we'd like to remind every single home and lot owner that trees are your responsibility to remove, not the HoA's. If you have trees overhanging our roads, with the potential to damage our roads, damage vehicles in transit on our roads, or endanger the lives of pedestrians walking our roads, we encourage you to take measures to ensure that doesn't happen. The upkeep of your property is your responsibility. With that being said, not all trees require a professional tree service and there are many people in here who burn wood through the winter, who'd likely lend a hand for the wood.
Last but not least, there are a few volunteers who will be out on our roads to cut back brush, limb trees, etc. To make life easier on the plow contractor as well as the safety of PMLE traffic, we'll be pushing back trees and brush approximately 2-3 feet on either side of the road. We have to allow our plow contractor enough room to keep our roads wide enough for oncoming traffic (both ingress and egress). We are unsure the type of winter we'll get here in the Poconos, but as we all know, a chance at 30+ inches of snow isn't out of the realm of possibility. Please ensure the safety of our volunteers by driving safely, following the community speed limit and staying alert.
Many members of this community have had the opportunity to meet Eddie in one way or another. Whether it be for his community volunteer efforts, willingness to help out a neighbor in need or even likable personality. We remember the effort Eddie gave to this small community, neighbors and coaching kids soccer. Therefore, as a "community event" announcement, we are hoping that this post can help Becky and the Gratcofsky family generate a little additional exposure. We ask that if you have the ability to donate, or the time to attend the fundraising event in Eddie's honor, please do so. The scholarship fund is for a great cause in honor of a great man.
Event Details: Coach Eddie Gratcofsky Memorial Scholarship Fund
Where: SideStreet Bar & Grill
Address: 124 Dingmans Court, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
Date/Time: Saturday, September 25th, 2021 at 2:00 PM EST.
For tickets to the event, or just donating to the cause, please go to: Scholarship Fund
Good evening PMLE 5,6,7 residents and members. This communication is a reminder that our in-person Board of Directors meeting will be this weekend.
Meeting Type: In-Person Only.
Date: Saturday, September 25th, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM
Where: Delaware Township Municipal Building
Address: 116 Wilson Hill Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
Good morning PMLE members. With the coming winter, PMLE needs to ensure that there is enough of an easement for snow removal, as well as keeping the roads wide enough for oncoming traffic. Therefore, we are making this announcement to all home and lot owners within this community, providing some reminders. Our roads and the easement need to remain clear of overhanging trees (canopy), thick brush and bushes. Therefore, we ask that all home and lot owners adhere to the following:
Last, but not least, the PMLE 5,6,7 Board of Directors would like to thank the few volunteers that have opted to donate their time to this community. Without our volunteers, community costs would be significantly higher, which in turn, means that dues would be significantly higher as well. Therefore, please accept our appreciation in helping to keep the dues low for all of us and our personal thank you as well for the effort you put in.
Good morning PMLE. Below are some reminders and storm updates.
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