Save the rake: One more leaf cleanup is coming

Despite the early cold and snow, the leaves are still falling from some trees in Weybridge. But BrightView, our landscaping services firm, isn’t done with us yet.

We expect one (1) more leaf cleaning from BrightView in the days ahead, so there’s no need to whip out the rake and drag your leaves to the edge of the street.

Questions about landscaping matters? Consult our volunteer Landscape Chairman, Brent Kleihauer, at weybridgelandscape@gmail.com.

Holiday decorating reminder

It’s the holiday season and folks are thinking about decorating. Please remember that holiday decorations may be installed and displayed on the exterior of homes up to one month before the holiday and must be removed within two weeks following the holiday. Exterior lights must be turned off by 11 pm.

Inflatable decorations of any kind are prohibited.

You can read the policy pertaining to exterior decorations in the Muirfield Property Handbook, Section 3.11, Exterior Home Decor.

Final fertilizer application expected this Fri, Nov 23

BrightView has notified us the final fertilizer application for the year is expected to hit this Friday, November 23.

As in the past, we recommend you keep pets off the lawn for at least 24 hours after the fertilizer application. If there are sections of lawn you do not want fertilized, you can place lawn flags outlining the area.

Questions? Please contact our Weybridge Landscape Chairman, Brent Kliehauer, at weybridgelandscape@gmail.com.

Introducing the new Weybridge HOA Board

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Ed, Beth, Norm, Stacy, Pam, and Brent

On Monday evening, November 12, our 3 newly-elected and 2 returning Weybridge HOA Trustees met for the first time since the election last month. They agreed on formal Officer roles, so the Board now looks like this:

  • President: Norm Parrish
  • Vice President: Pam Webb
  • Treasurer: Ed Kuplis
  • Secretary: Stacy Holliday
  • Trustee At Large: Beth Alderson

Additional named roles include…

  • Landscape Chairman: Brent Kleihauer
  • Webmaster: John Proffitt

Contact information and details on the additional community volunteers can be found on the Weybridge website here.

Weybridge HOA Board election results

During October we asked Weybridge residents to cast votes for the 3 open Board seats. 48 ballots were returned. Since we had 3 open seats and 3 announced candidates, the results were fairly predictable. The complete voting results were:

  • Beth Alderson, 37
  • Norm Parrish, 41
  • Pamela Webb, 38
  • Write-In: Sharon Foster, 2

This means Beth Alderson, Norm Parrish, and Pamela Webb will fill the 3 open Board seats, joining the 2 continuing members: Stacy Holliday and Ed Kuplis.

All 5 Board members will attend a formal meeting on Monday, November 12. In accordance with our Code of Regulations (section VI, item 2), the assembled members will choose Officer roles including President, Vice President, Treasurer, and so forth.

We will update the Weybridge website with the new Officer list following the meeting.

Expect grass fertilizer on Fri, Nov 16

We’ve received notice from BrightView of the final fertilizer application for the year. They’re planning to apply fertilizer on Friday, November 16.

As in the past, we recommend you keep pets off the lawn for at least 24 hours after the fertilizer application. If there are sections of lawn you do not want fertilized, you can place lawn flags outlining the area.

BrightView exoects to wrap up mowing and leaf cleanup in the days ahead, finishing before the Thanksgiving holiday.

Questions? Please contact Weybridge volunteer Brent Kliehauer at weybridgelandscape@gmail.com.

Weybridge mourns the passing of Lois George

Weybridge resident Lois George, formerly of 9306 Muirkirk, passed away this week, on November 8. She was laid to rest earlier today (Saturday, November 10) at Forest Lawn Cemetery on East Broad Street in Columbus.

An obituary and guest book is posted online here.

She is survived by her sister Doris Huffman, sister in law Beth Brown and brother in law Don Montgomery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus, or a charity of your choice.