The December 2018 edition of The Bridge, Weybridge’s resident newsletter, has been distributed via U.S. Mail to all residents. The packet mailed to everyone included:
- a reminder for our quarterly dues payments ($200 by Jan 1)
- a printed resident directory
- a printed plot map
- the 2019 landscaping survey
If you need another copy of The Bridge, you can download a PDF copy right here:
You can also find back issues of The Bridge over on the newsletter’s home page here.
Please also note we are starting 30 minutes early this month — please arrive by 11:00 a.m. Lunch (and gifts!) should wrap up by 1:00 p.m.
Please RSVP to organizer Sharon Foster if you’re planning to attend. Sharon can also help with coordinating rides. You can reach her at 614-659-7819 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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.
Weybridge Trustees and Officers wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.