We have been informed by our waste company they will no longer pick up yard waste in plastic garbage bags. Leaves and clippings must be in biodegradable paper waste bags (available at Lowes or Home Depot) or in a can/container weighing no more than 50 lbs.
We want to let everyone know that at last night’s HOA meeting a change to our HOA board was made: Irene Martello has returned to serve on the board in the Vice President position. Keon Evens will remain as President and Ricardo Mesorana will remain as Secretary.
And don’t forget about the gate sticker sale today (2-5 PM) and tomorrow (1-5 PM) at the club house. The stickers have been discounted to $20 for this sale. Check or money order only and you must have the vehicle with you when you make your purchase. All residents are required to have a sticker so please stop by.
We have had reports from Envera, our gate system, saying that more and more residents are coming through the visitor’s lane because they do not have a gate sticker on their car or vehicle. The kiosk should be for your guests and vendors to gain access. All Weston Hills residents are required to have a gate sticker for access.
On Friday the 20th from 2-5 PM, and Saturday the 21st from 1-5 PM, we will be selling gate stickers for just $20 each. Money order and check can only be accepted, and your vehicle must be there with you. The stickers will be sold at the club house.
Envera has also let us know that some residents are cursing out the gate attendants who man the kiosk. The guards are simply doing their job. Please be civil when speaking with them. Thank you.
Extremely cold weather is headed our way for the weekend. Temperatures will be in the 20’s and 30’s. Here are some quick tips:
Bring in vulnerable plants (orchids, plumerias, etc.) or cover them with a blankets and sheets. Do not use plastic sheeting. Leave them covered until Monday.
Pets should not be left outside. Please keep them inside your house or garage during this time.
Turn off your sprinklers. Running them during the cold will cause ice to form on your grass; it’s pretty but it will damage your lawn.
Leave your pool pump running to prevent the pipes freezing
Covering exposed water lines and faucets will prevent freezing. You can also leave outdoor faucets on a small trickle to prevent freezing
Do not pour hot water on your car windshield to melt ice! You can crack your windshield this way. Use an ice scraper and/or spray water from a hose until it melts enough away that your wipers will remove the rest.
Please stay safe this weekend and Happy Holidays to all our residents!