The HOA Board asked me to post the following on this page in reference to the letter recently distributed regarding the spring clean-up. This is a clarification that the 50/50 program was transitioned to a replacement program.
As described in the communication, the Ginger Woods DRG’s state – There must be at least one parkway tree per 30 feet of lot frontage. Corner lots shall have at least two parkway trees on each street frontage. The Rules also state that mulch is required to be around all parkway trees.
As described in the communication, there are two approaches to obtain replacement trees:
- Option 1: Contact the city and request to be added to the list
- The 50/50 program referenced in the letter was transitioned to a replacement program; The replacement program provides replacement trees but residents are no longer able to select the tree species
- In the event that a resident chooses to opt into the City program and the City is unable to install replacement trees by Fall, simply send the case # to firstname.lastname@example.org and she will note it in the file for the home
- Option 2: Select a tree from the City’s approved tree list, contact the city for approval to plant, contact JULIE, and then install the tree
As mentioned in the newsletter, one of the HOA’s primary objectives is to ensure that our neighborhood is well maintained and recognized as a premium place to live – not only does this help each of our quality of life, but it also helps support real estate values.
Reminder – the next HOA meeting is April 29 at 7:00 pm at Mike and Denise’s restaurant.