Waste Management News

Hello Neighbors,

Here is an email I received this afternoon from Waste Management. If you know of a neighbor that does not use the internet please communicate this to them.

Thank you, Geri

Dear Valued Customer,

Effective April 1, 2017, Waste Management will no longer be providing your residential services at Hedgerow. Your services will be provided by American Disposal Services (ADS). ADS will continue to honor your current HOA agreement at the same monthly rate while providing your community with professional and dependable service.

All residents will receive more information before April 1, 2017.

Please know, both companies are committed to a smooth transition.

Sincerely,

 Waste Management HOA Department

 

 

Newsletter Ads

If you have a child that would like to offer their pet sitting, baby sitting, lawn care, or other service, and would like to post something about it in the April newsletter, please send me an email with the information to gerischitea@bellsouth.net
Thank you! Geri

Graduating seniors

Hello neighbors, if you have or know of someone who has a high school senior and ould like their name added to the entrance banners please contact Jane Toledo. Thank you!

 Geri Schitea

AT&T and fiber optics FYI

Hello everyone,
Please be advised that AT&T is doing fiber optic work and they have requested to park their trucks and equipment in the Hedgerow 1 pool parking lot. They will be parking there for 2 weeks. Please spread the word to those who may not have Internet access.
Thank you!
Geri Schitea

Clubhouse survey

Hello Neighbors! Please answer this new 1 question survey, take the time to answer, and remember, don’t let the minority choose for you because you didn’t take 1 minute to fill this out!
Thank you!

 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SZKQBZG

Neighborhood Info

Hello everyone,
I have a couple of things to update you about.
Yesterday I attended a meeting with the developer that plans to build homes on the properties currently for sale on Shallowford Road. These properties are behind homes at Hedgerow 1. There will be a zoning meeting with the county February 7th after which we will know for sure if the developer will build. As of right now he intends to build 8 homes. The developer appears to be cooperative with our requests for fences, berms, plants and boundaries to protect our neighborhood and avoid damage from water run off. I will issue an update after the zoning meeting February 7. If you have any specific questions send me an email at contacthhoa@gmail.com.

On a separate note, it has come to my attention that some neighbors have voted no on the covenant amendments because they disagreed with assessment issues. Let me assure you that the wording on the assessments is necessary legalese. Nothing has changed as far as assessments are concerned and nothing will. The board, current or future, would not have any more power than it does now. In order to have each home pay any more money than they do now, either for the yearly dues or for a special assessment, there would have to be a vote where 2/3 of the homeowners would have to approve. The board cannot willy-nilly assess any money without consent.
If this was your concern and the reason why you voted no to the covenant amendments I urge you to send a new ballot in and change your vote to yes. The covenant amendments, if passed, will ensure that our neighborhood is protected and home values can rise. If you change your vote, the one with the most recent date will be the one counted. Place the ballot in my mailbox and I will mail it for you (4143 Barberry) or scan and email it to me at contacthhoa@gmail.com.

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Thank you!
Geri Schitea

Hello Neighbors!

Hello Neighbors!

Earlier today I sent out a survey, I hope everyone will take the time to answer it. I had previously attempted to send the survey but it did not go well, that is why the second one is so plain with the simple title “Survey” and no explanation, in the event it also did not work, but thankfully the survey works.

The tennis court at Hedgerow 3 does not have electricity and it is rarely used, upkeep for a tennis court is expensive, so the board has been talking about what to do with it for a while. Please answer the survey so we can have an understanding of what the majority of our community would like done with that court.

Also, please remember to mail in your ballot to vote regarding the covenant amendments. It is true that you have a year to send in your ballot, but I would greatly appreciate it if you could mail it in now. The sooner we get in the final vote the better. If you want to place the ballot in my mailbox I  will mail it in for you, I’m at 4143 Barberry Drive.

Here is the ballot again:

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Thank you!

Geri Schitea