Private snow removal service available to Weybridge residents

Winter has arrived, and we’ve already seen the first few flakes accumulate on lawns. Before you know it, we’ll get some real midwest snow.

If you’re concerned about shoveling snow this winter, you may be interested in plowing and shoveling services from Tom Wiseman, who has provided private snow removal services to many Weybridge residents in years past.

Here are Tom’s services and options:

  • Contact Tom (details below) to setup service in advance. He will bill you directly based on the number and size of snow events we get.
  • After any snow event of 2 inches or more, Tom will automatically come out to plow your driveway and shovel the walkway to the front door.
  • Each snow event costs…
    • $20 after 2-3 inches
    • $25 after 3-4 inches
    • $30 after 4-5 inches
    • $35 after 5-6 inches
    • $40 after 6-7 inches
    • $45 after 7-8 inches
  • Plowing services start after snow stops falling, and Tom will plow/shovel again after accumulation of an additional 2 inches of snow.

To arrange service, call or email:

Tom Wiseman

NOTE: Weybridge does not provide snow removal services of any kind, and is not responsible for Tom’s services. We are providing information about this service option only as a courtesy to residents.

REMINDER: Annual Weybridge Meeting: Tue, Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm

Just a quick reminder for everyone…

The annual meeting of Weybridge Homeowners Association, Inc. is scheduled for Tuesday, October 11 starting at 7:00 p.m., held at the Country Club at Muirfield Village. All residents are encouraged to attend. Here’s the address:

8715 Muirfield Dr
Dublin, OH 43017 (Map)

6:30 p.m. — Residents can enjoy light appetizers, lemonade, coffee, tea, and a cash bar for any soft drinks or alcohol you might like to purchase. You can use this time to say hello to familiar neighbors, get to know new neighbors, and find a seat for the meeting.

7:00 p.m. — The current Board of Trustees will conduct the annual meeting. There will be live reports from Board members and volunteers. We’ll share the proposed 2023 annual budget and see how 2022 has gone so far. Next year we’ll have our periodic drive re-sealing, and we can check in on things like landscaping, remodeling procedures, newsletter and website updates, and more.

There’s not a set time for the meeting to end, but we typically see the meeting run about 1 hour, maybe a little more if there are lots of questions.

We hope to see you there!

Security Alert: Scam emails sometimes impersonate Weybridge volunteers

Sadly, we live in times when criminals have computers just like the rest of us, and they sometimes use these digital tools to steal from us normal folks.

One of the ways Internet thieves do this is a method called “phishing” — where they send email, text messages, or other electronic communications that impersonate someone else and ask the targets (you) to do something for the impersonated person. They “hook” their victims (like a fish) and reel them in. Targets of the attack might be asked to wire money, buy gift cards, turn over passwords, or visit a website that breaks into their computer or online accounts to steal information.

We’ve recently learned attackers have impersonated members of the Weybridge board (and possibly other volunteers) and sent email to other board members and in some cases to residents, asking the recipients to buy things or wire money. These emails are fake, but they may look like they’re from a Weybridge board member, based on the way they forge the return email address.

You can learn more about phishing in this 3-minute video:

Weybridge board members, volunteers, or anyone else associated with Weybridge will never email residents asking for money, gift cards, access to your PC, or anything else. The only “ask” is that you pay quarterly dues of $200 to the HOA. Any other request is invalid and should be ignored and deleted.

We will also remind everyone about this risk next week at the Weybridge Annual Meeting (Tue, Oct 11), and make it a topic we mention at least annually, to remind everyone and inform new residents.

If you’ve got questions about phishing attacks and how you might be at risk, feel free to contact (board member John Proffitt) for more info.

Special thanks to retiring newsletter editor Bill Campbell

After nearly 8 years of reliable Weybridge newsletter editing and distribution, Bill Campbell is retiring from his volunteer post, and we cannot thank him enough for his service! Bill also served on the Weybridge board for 2 years along the way.

This means we need a new volunteer editor for The Bridge, which residents may remember is published 4 times per year in March, June, September, and December. You can find our archive of past issues here.

Since 2020 the newsletter has been primarily released via email, along with dues reminders and occasionally a plot map or resident directory. About 85% of Weybridge residents receive The Bridge this way. For the 15% that may struggle with electronic communications, Bill has dutifully printed and mailed the newsletter and other materials to those residents each quarter.

Could you be our next newsletter editor? Yes! In brief, here’s a summary of the job:

  • Collect articles, documents, and photos — mostly from Board members
  • Edit the articles and design the content to fit into a 2-page newsletter format, using tools like Microsoft Word, Excel, or similar apps
  • Print about a dozen copies of the documents and mail them to our non-electronic residents
  • Create electronic (PDF) copies of the newsletter and other documents and email them to a list of addresses maintained by the Weybridge board, using a special email account just for the newsletter editor

Bill estimates he spends about 8 hours every 3 months preparing and publishing everything.

If you’re willing to volunteer as our new publisher, the next issue of The Bridge is due around December 15, and Bill is ready to hand over files and help you get started.

Ready to volunteer? Please contact or talk with us at the Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 11.

Lawn aeration coming up Mon-Tue, Oct 3-4

BrightView will be back in the Weybridge neighborhood next week to aerate our lawns for the fall season. At present they expect to do the work on Monday or Tuesday, October 3 or 4.


Lawn aeration pokes deep holes in the lawn and can damage wiring for invisible fences, lighting, and sprinklers, or anything else buried in the yard.

Please mark any underground systems like invisible fences, landscape lighting, and sprinkler heads to prevent accidental damage. You can place lawn flags to map out where the aerators should not go.

Questions about landscaping? Send email to