Long time Weybridge resident Clayton Fultz (5336 Laidon Ct) passed away earlier this week. His late wife Charlotte passed away nearly a year ago in December 2020 after 53 years of marriage.
At this time we do not have any information about services and have not found a detailed obituary. If you have additional information, please pass it along via our Contact Us page and we can share it with the Weybridge community.
Meanwhile, we’re getting ready for the $5 Christmas Gift Exchange happening at our December gathering (on Wed, 12/8), and Sharon has gift suggestion lists available if you’re planning to join us for the holiday lunch.
Do you plan to attend? Sharon needs to know the attendee count as soon as possible, so please contact her with your plans to attend no later than 12 noon on Wednesday, November 17. Please contact Sharon at 614-659-7819 or via email at email@example.com
Need a ride? Sharon can also help with coordinating rides.
Weybridge Homeowners Association, Inc. has a new board of trustees, following elections in October 2021 where 53 ballots were returned (out of a possible 80). Additionally, the new board met on November 9 and assigned officer roles.
Welcome to the new Weybridge HOA board
Thanks to our outgoing board members!
Norm Parrish — 11 years on the Weybridge board (!), acting as President for 5 years, and another 6 years as our Landscape Chair
Pam Webb — 3 years on the board, outgoing Vice President, and current New Resident Ambassador
You can always see who’s helping organize and operate the Weybridge community on our website here.
As home sellers across central Ohio know, it’s a hot market. Prices are up, and new homes don’t stay on the market long, if they even make it to market — many homeowners make private sales before being listed. Weybridge homes have been selling in less than a week in the last couple years, and the trend doesn’t look like it will let up anytime soon.
If you’re thinking of selling your Weybridge home, we’d be happy to post a note about it on the Weybridge website, which also emails most residents. You might find a private buyer without even listing on a real estate exchange, possibly helping out a fellow Weybridge resident along the way.
To share your interest in selling your Weybridge home, you have 2 options:
Be sure to include your name, preferred contact info, your home’s address, and any other notes, photos, or other items you’d like to see posted to the website. We’ll take your information and share it on weybridge-hoa.com as a new post, which will also email all our website subscribers.
Here’s hoping you don’t sell or move anytime soon! But if you must, feel free to let us know and we can spread the word to other residents.
When it comes to landscaping in Weybridge, there’s a common question we get asked…
Q: Who is responsible for over seeding (or re-seeding) our lawns in Weybridge? A: Each homeowner is responsible for periodic re-seeding or over seeding of their own lawn.
Yes, homeowners — not BrightView — are responsible for periodic re-seeding or over seeding to keep lawns healthy and looking good, similar to how homeowners are responsible for watering lawns in dry conditions.
What is over seeding?
In the simplest terms, over seeding is adding grass seed to your existing lawn without turning the soil. This adds more color to your lawn, helps create thicker grass, and introduces enhanced varieties of grass to your lawn.
When is the best time to over seed or re-seed?
Early fall is the very best time to re-seed. Soil temperatures are still warm, which is necessary for optimum seed germination, and cooler air temperatures are better for grass growth. There will also be fewer weeds for the grass to compete with this time of year.
How long does grass live?
Grass doesn’t live forever! The lifespan of regular household lawn grasses is around 7-10 years, whereas a single blade of grass lives for 40 to 50 days. Although different factors affect the lifespan of grasses, grass seeds usually live for 3 to 5 years. So re-seeding and over seeding keeps your lawn refreshed.