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On a Leash - Dogs and Cats
If you have a dog or cat, it must be on a leash when outside your unit. It is also your responsibility to clean up after your pet. (Hard to believe we need to keep repeating this message.)
We are getting complaints about roaming pets, and will start assessing fines to offenders or ask the county pet control agent to assist us.
We have also received reports of an increase in wild animals, many of which may be carrying diseases, including rabies. Please do not feed wild animals, and place your garbage in a critter-proof container.
News Update 6.10.2014
Hudson Painting is hard at work on Lake Terrace.
Drainage project progressing on Ridge Side Court.
Two sets of stairs repaired on Lake Terrace, and a major stoop repair has been scheduled.
Retaining wall washing and staining continues.
Thanks to all volunteers.
News Update 5.30.2014
This has been a busy week at SVCA.
Drain repaired at 205 Lake Terrace.
Hook Gutter Cleaning is on top of all work orders and expects to have all gutters inspected and cleaned by next week.
Temporary repairs made to the worst of the concrete erosion on Ridge Side that was caused by the monsoon earlier this month.
Regency Roofing is doing an inventory of all remaining chimney caps that need to be replaced. They have fabricated exact-match replacements for several units from a material that will not rust.
Stair repairs begin tomorrow on Lake Terrace.
A retaining wall behind Lake Terrace will be repaired and stained tomorrow (5.31) by volunteers.
Landscaping at all entrances continues (and it's really starting to look good).
Several of you have started staining your decks and railings. Thanks for your assistance and cooperation. (Looks like there may be a blooming of community pride this spring to complement the new flowers.)
Mulch has been deposited in the parking area on Mulberry. It will be spread this weekend (5.31-6.1).
Next week: The Impact Landscaping team will start work on repairing the drainage problems behind Olson Spur and Ridge Side.
-Bob Willoughby - Board President
New Trees Need Water
John's Tree service did a great job of providing us with large healthy trees. We were then fortunate to have rain soon after our the trees were planted. But May through August is a critical time for freshly planted trees, and they must be watered or they will die.
Newly transplanted trees need at least 1 inch of water per week for the first season, from rainfall or manual watering. During the first five years, trees should not go dry, and should be watered if there is no rain for any 2-3 week period.
The key to proper watering is to get water where it is needed most, three feet deep in the area beneath the drip line. A garden hose allowed to trickle into this area should run until the area is wet 1-3 feet deep. The tree pit area of the newly planted tree should be thoroughly saturated every one to two weeks during the growing season.
Many of you have offered to help with this, for which we are very grateful.
News Update 5.20.2014
Bob and Diane Willoughby stained the retaining wall on Lake Terrace. Thanks, kids!
We'll be looking for volunteers to do similar work on our walls in coming weeks.
Compared to the cost of replacement, the materials to repair and stain our walls should extend their life significantly.
FISCAL OFFICER TO OFFER REAL ESTATE TAX RELIEF TO MAY STORM VICTIMS
Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen M. Scalise CPA, CFE has announced that real estate tax relief will be available to property owners who have sustained damage in the wake of the recent storm. Fiscal Officer Scalise’s office is taking the necessary steps to provide property owners the ability to file an Application for Valuation Deduction for Destroyed or Damaged Property (Form DTE 26), pursuant to Ohio Revised Code §319.38.
Visit FiscalOffice.summitoh.net and click on the link titled “Damaged Property” listed in the “Real Estate and Appraisal” column. Mail the completed form to the Fiscal Office at 175 S. Main Street, Room 304, Akron OH 44308. If you do not have access to a computer, you may call 330-643-2704 to request a form in the mail.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING CLEANUP, PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES.
Many of our garage doors are in bad shape. In fact, lower panels on several units have lost their paint entirely, and are starting to rot. We ask that all unit owners accept responsibility for cleaning and painting their entrance and garage doors, as needed.
Guest parking is for guests. Please do not use the guest parking spaces for personal vehicles.
Children at Play
We have children playing on our streets. Please drive slowly, put down your cell phone, and watch for kids who may run in front of you.
Pets to be Leashed
All pets must be leashed when outside the condo unit. Dogs and cats. This is both a condo regulation and a city ordinance.