Heinz Nurseries will mow, trim, and edge on Thursday, April 4 and Thursday, April 18 Trash and recycles will be collected each Friday in April Bulk Trash and yard waste pickups will be on Wednesdays -- April 10 and April 24
A quick note to thank Glenn Berman who has served as the Park Charleston HOA president for the past two years. This is an unpaid position, and Glenn did a great job in running the HOA board and taking feedback from residents during this tenure. The newly elected HOA Board members are: President: Marc Taps Vice President: Chuck Saunders Treasurer: Marc Taps Secretary: Jenny LingoWe are still looking for additional board members. If you are interested, just send an email to email@example.com
NEIGHBORHOOD - WIDE SPRING YARD SALE
We now have 7 families participating in the Park Charleston Yard Sale being held on Saturday, April 6th, from 8:00 AM to 12 noon. If you are interested in joining us, please contact Cathy Ballard (1624 HCD, 656-6370). A list of all the participating addresses will be given to shoppers at the yard sale closest to the entrance. We will be advertised in the Tallahassee Democrat and on Craigslist. A sign will be displayed a week earlier at theentrance and directional signs throughout the neighborhood the day of. If we are rained out another date will be set.
SPRING SPRUCE UP TIME
This is the time of year to take care of a couple of common issues that greatly affect the appearance of individual properties and the Park Charleston neighborhood. Some of our homes have a buildup of green mildew, primarily on the north side of your house. This can easily be removed by pressure washing, by the application of a mixture of bleach and water, or by using a product called Wet and Forget. Wet and Forget is non-toxic, will not harm clothing or plants, and is effective. It is usually available at Costco and Lowes.The other area usually needing attention is the landscape beds. Removing weeds now may help to keep future weed growth in the beds to a minimum.
CRIME WATCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The Crime Watch Committee needs additional members to serve. If you are concerned about maintaining a safe neighborhood and are willing and able to serve as a block captain, please consider joining. At present, we have no residents on Osprey Point Drive on the Committee. Block captains will be assigned addresses, preferably adjacent to their own residences, to make contact with neighbors to connect and pass along information regarding neighborhood safety. Additionally, block captains pass along information to theCommittee chair who will keep all block captains in the loop and aware of safety/security concerns impacting the neighborhood. If you are interested, please contact Gena Pedroni, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850,692.3835. Our first committee meeting will be held during the third week of April.
Spring weather and children playing outside have prompted parents to express concerns about cars being driven at unsafe speeds on neighborhood streets. Be aware that on-street parking restricts visibility making even the posted 25-MPH limit excessive when children are playing. Please ensure that all members of your household, including adult children, are reminded to drive safely in the neighborhood. By city ordinance, parking is on the right side of the street only, and cars may not be parked across sidewalks.
Trash and recycle container should not be placed at the curb earlier than 24 hours before scheduled pickup and should be stored out of sight (in your garage, behind screen, or inside back yard fence) within 24 hours after pick-up. When possible, bulk trash and yard waste should be placed at the curb no sooner than 24 hours before pickup as well.Any visible alterations to your home (including color changes) must first be approved by the Architectural Control Committee. This requirement applies to satellite TV dishes, other antennas, back yard structures, fences, fence painting, etc.