BrightView has advised there are two special landscaping efforts coming this week:
Additional shrub and plant pruning and trimming is set for Wed, Sep 29. Pruning will follow plans established in early 2021 by resident requests. If you have changed your mind or want to protect specific plants from pruning or trimming, please flag them with ribbons (usually orange or red).
A second armyworm insecticide treatment is planned for Fri, Oct 1. Pets and children should remain off lawns for 24 hours after application. This is the second and final planned application.
The City of Dublin announced the mosquito spraying program is coming back to our neighborhood, again, tonight. They are covering our part of Dublin starting around 8:30pm. The exact time they will drive through Weybridge depends on how fast they cover our northeast part of the city.
You may want to close your windows tonight, to keep the spray out. The spray is not particularly dangerous, but you might as well keep it outdoors.
You can learn more about the spraying program here.
Brightview will be in Weybridge this week to start the final round of pruning and trimming for the season.
Brightview describes their service like this:
This consists of more tip pruning, touching up stray branches that may have been missed in the first round or others that have already grown since then. This round is to get things in good shape for the fall.
If you have any shrubs or other plants you do NOT want to be pruned, apply flags to them as soon as possible. Otherwise the crews are instructed to follow the pruning plan developed earlier this year, using input from the annual landscaping survey sent to all residents.
As part of our continuing efforts to improve the efficiency of communication to our residents, we are asking residents to consider and vote on a proposed amendment to the Weybridge HOA Code of Regulations at the Annual Meeting on October 12, 2021.
The amendment would expand the use of electronic communications to and from residents, including communications for official notifications and conducting HOA business.
The existing Code — originally written in the pre-Internet era — calls for official Association notices, such as the notice of annual meeting, letters citing code violations, and other formal communications, to be done only through U.S. Postal Service mail.
With the ever-rising cost of U.S. Mail and the growing possibility of reduced mail service, we believe the continued exclusive reliance on the U.S. post office to be burdensome and expensive, as well as a potential risk.
We are proposing an amendment that will permit the Association to send and receive formal notices, payments, communications and conduct of business transactions by electronic mail (email) and through other new technologies as they become accepted business practices. The amendment also provides that any owner who wants to continue receiving communications by regular U.S. mail has the right to do so. You can continue to receive Association mail through the post office if you do not use email.
The final text of the proposed amendment will be sent to you before the annual meeting. The proposed amendment will be introduced at the meeting, followed by a discussion on the proposal, then we will conduct an up-or-down vote. Approval of the amendment to the Code of Regulations requires a two-thirds vote of the members in attendance.
If you are unable to attend the Annual Meeting and wish to vote on the amendment, a proxy form will sent to your home by US mail.
If you have any questions about the amendment, please contact any board member.