Good day all,
As was discussed at the quarterly meeting, we are approaching the time of year when we have to think about Snow and Ice removal. We are in the process of soliciting bids and have already had some potential contractors in the community. With that said, there are a couple of things we'd like to ask of all residents.
1. Culverts are the lifeblood (no pun intended) of moving water through the community. Over the course of the summer, many have become overgrown and even blocked. If possible, if you have a culvert pipe under your driveway, etc., please try to ensure that both sides are not overgrown or blocked. Even better, some residents have used our plentiful number of flat rocks to create a "rock bed" near the pipe openings so they don't get overgrown.
2. While we look at a solution for cutting back the brush, etc. on undeveloped properties throughout all the sections, we ask that homeowners tend to the tree limbs extending out into the road for your property. This is a homeowner responsibility. The plow drivers need not only access to the road surface, but also some 18" or more on the sides to keep the snow away from the roads. Tree limbs can and have caused damage to contractor trucks, something we need to help avoid.
Thanks in advance.
PMLE 567 Board of Directors
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