Woodlands of Riverside

July 2010

 

July newsletter items

 

A BIG THANK  YOU to Denny Sherman, Mike Maciejewski, Steve Greer and Deb Ross for overseeing the dumpster on Clean Up Day.

 

Entrance Sign

Our entrance sign has been repaired and is back in place.  An invoice for repair costs has been sent to Cascon Company.  THANKS to Matt Dager (and his brother) for re-painting and installing the sign.  Matt will also be tending to replacement planting of damaged plants.

 

Welcome New Neighbors:

 

Shari Barton & Peter Carmicheal    at    1511 Clearwater Lane

Elvis Omeragic and his sister Melisa  Omeragic at 5416 Inland Trail

Michele & Andrew Topp at 5328 Stonecreek Trail

Brian Knoke & Jaime Cox at 1711 Whitewater Court. 

 

Street Light Not Working?

If the street light in the front of your home is not working properly, you may call the City at 427-1236 to have it repaired.  Please Note: you will need the number located on the pole, when you call.

 

Just a Reminder

Garbage pickup is every Monday.  Bins may be placed at the curb no earlier than Sunday noon.  All bins must be removed by Tuesday noon and stored in a location that CANNOT be seen from the street, pursuant to City Ordinance No. 50.05.  Non-compliance could result in a fine being assessed by the City.

 

Topics Discussed at Annual Meeting

  • Guest speakers Bob Young & Tim Borne from National Serv-All.
  • Upcoming garage sale.
  • Damage to Entrance Sign on Inland Trail.
  • June Yard of the Month winner selected in May.
  • Problems with wild cats running in neighborhood.
  • Parents parking too close to corners while waiting on their children to come home from school.

  Thanks to all who attended.  Your support is appreciated.

 

         CONGRATULATIONS to Mark Laykauf / Jennifer Cleveland at 5328 Inland Trail, the June winners of the Yard of the Month.  This home was selected by a majority of the 18 ballots cast by the residents of our Association.  The July winner will be chosen by the above winners.  The $25.00 award has been delivered.

        CONGRATULATIONS ALSO to the Lichtsinns at 1722 River Run Trail on being selected as the July Yard of the Month winners.  The sign has been delivered.

        Thanks for the time and effort each of you expended to help keep our neighborhood looking beautiful.

 

FROM OUR PROTECTIVE RESTRICTIONS, COVENANTS AND EASEMENTS:

Section 1, EASEMENTS AND UTILITY SERVICE.  (d)  No sanitary sewage shall, at any time, be discharged or permitted to flow into any open drain, natural course, or storm water system.  No storm water shall be discharged or permitted to flow into any sanitary sewage system.

(e)  All surface drainage easements, as dedicated on the face of the plat, shall be kept free of all permanent structures, shrubbery, trees, or any installation detrimental to the functioning of said easement.  No grade alteration of ground located in said easement shall be permitted.

Section 3.  GENERAL RESTRICTIONS.  (a) AMENDED.  Each lot shall be used and occupied solely for and by a single family residence, together with necessary appurtenances.  Further, under no conditions may lot numbers 107, 109, 110 or 145 be used for the purpose of an ingress/egress drive or street to any land lying outside The Woodlands of Riverside Addition.  Garden houses, yard barns and out buildings of any kind are strictly prohibited unless associated with an in-ground swimming pool.  Above ground swimming pools are prohibited. 

 

STATE LEGISLATIVE NEWS

The State Senate passed a bill which became law on July 1, 2010 stating that a homeowners association may not adopt or enforce a rule that prohibits a member of the homeowners association from displaying a candidate or political election sign on the member’s property, beginning 30 days before an election and ending 5 days after the date of the election to which the sign relates.  This new law does not supersede the number and size of signs defined by association covenants.  A homeowners association may remove a sign that violates the rules permitted by this law.

 

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