TREE CLEANUP AND DEBRIS REMOVAL IN THE COMMON AREAS
Hello neighbors, Your Clayton Pond HOA Board has secured a contract with Gabino Gomez to clean up the tree debris in the common areas. He and his crew are expected to start work in the next two weeks (weather permitting). A great big thank you to Mary Meritt, Mike Ellis and Jim Albee for their work in securing bids for this project.
Thank you!!! Neighborhood Cleanup 2020
A special thank you to each resident who participated in the Neighborhood Clean-up last Saturday. We were delighted to ha e so many persons actively involved. Paul Quall's cookout was a welcome conclusion for the work day. Denise Peabody did a great job of listing tasks that needed to be done.
The HOA board members are well aware of interest in the opening of the swimming pool. We are seeking information and guidance from a variety of credible sources including the state, county, city, the neighborhood alliance and other HOA's. We will meet soon to determine what is in the best interest of those who choose to use the pool. We expect some changes from previous summers due to the prevailing circumstances with Corona virus. Also, we had decided months ago to make some needed repairs in and around the pool in preparation for opening this summer. We want your pool experience to be safe, relaxing and pleasant.
This year's annual Clayton Pond HOA meeting that was scheduled in March was postponed, and soon we will announce a new date and place for the meeting.
DETAILS, DETAILS, DETAILS
I continue to be amazed at the work this group of people contribute to the care of this neighborhood technically called "The Village on Clayton Pond".
Budgets, accounting, contracts, negotiating bids, lawn care, pond care, volunteer work....this list could go on. It can be a very rewarding job taking care our community and it is an important one.
In my mind, it seems we are becoming a neighborhood of front yard dwellers, where neighbors are invited to sit a while, even if just to take in the beauty of the neighborhood. As I walk along the streets, I love to see open back yards, beautifully landscaped offering a nice backdrop to the ponds, benches thoughtfully placed with pillows to celebrate the seasons and chairs that harken to come and sit a while.
Our little neighborhood that people seek out to become a part of, truly is The Village on Clayton Pond.
If you would like to be a part of making this an even greater place to live, we welcome you to find out more.
CLAYTON POND SPOTLIGHT