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Tow Truck

                 TOWING!

Reminder! People without up to date registration for their vehicles' license plates are subject to tow.
These tows AR
E NOT initiated by Tall Pines, but by Tri-County Auto Recovery. Tri County will place a green or orange sticker on the driver side window.  These stickers are not used by Tall Pines, as we have an entirely different process and use a different (paper) notification when WE place a sticker on the vehicle windshield. 

 Please be aware that enforcement is beginning again & you may be towed.

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Introducing Parking Tags

A tool for homeowners  to speed up the towing of unwanted/uninvited vehicles from your reserved parking spots

These are not required, but if desired, please email maintenance at tallpineshoa83@gmail.com or drop a note in the box by the shop, and let them know you'd like one. This should save you from hunting for your deed as proof you own the space, to show the tow truck driver.

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Turf Fertilizer and Herbicide Application

We've installed signs at the NO SPRAY ZONE for pets in the Southwest corner of the property, as well as NE frontage road drainage area as a 2nd chemical free area for the dogs.

 

Landscapers will notify us ahead of time. Look for signs letting the dog owners know.  They will be placed at the doggie stations as well as the lawn flags.

We researched products & will be using products deemed safe by the EPA.  Remember to STAY OFF areas marked with flags for 24 hours to ensure that safety.  The fertilizers will be mostly chicken manure, but please avoid

those areas as well.

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Community News

Property Manager is Elizabeth Sweeney

esweeney@lcmpm.com

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Welcome New Residents

Welcome to our homeowners association community! We're glad you are now an HOA member and we look forward to meeting you soon. We'd like to extend an invitation to you to attend our community events, meetings, and social gatherings.

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REMINDER!!

Please!  Be conscientious of your neighbors and the property! Pick up after your pets! 

ALSO-TO GIVE YOU AN OPTION WHEN WE'RE WEED SPRAYING, we've installed signs at the NO SPRAY ZONE for pets in the Southwest corner of the property, as well as NE frontage road drainage area as a 2nd chemical free area for the dogs. These areas are marked and posted.

For those of you who missed the annual meeting, we were very pleased to hear from Arrowhead about the research and safety of the weed sprays they are using for our community's pets.  

Neighbors, if you SEE a pet owner allowing their animal to poop without picking it up, please take a photo of the owner/dog because we will enforce the fines! Send to LCM.  This problem affects all of us! It unsanitary, unsightly, and smelly!

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Book Kiosks

The Tall Pines Free Library kiosks are by the clubhouse for your reading pleasure! One for li'l people and one for the adults.  Anyone can take a book or leave a book! Get something new to read and share books that you love with your neighbors.

Visit them to the north of the clubhouse by the farmhouse!

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Keep Your Info Current

Please keep your phone number and emails current with LCM Property Mgmt.  If you change one, let them know! In the event of a water leak, major issue etc., we need to have a way to reach our homeowners.

Also in light of the Marshall fires, double check with your insurance agent and make sure you have the correct amount of coverage and that you have the Special Assessment Coverage. (About $5 per month). If you change carriers, remember to send LCM a copy!

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Help keep our old pipes clear!

We need to be conscientious about what we put down the drain and toilets to save these 30+ year old pipes and the plumbing budget. Read here.

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HAPPENINGS

and Bulletins  (Newsletters at bottom of page)

Snow Signs in Visitor Parking Are Up

Some visitor parking spots are also designated as snow removal spaces in the winter.  When we have heavy snows, & the plows will be coming through, those spots will be filled with piles of snow. Please anticipate this and don't have guests park there and then have to be towed.

Swimming Pool

The pool  for 2024 will open on or near May 25th.  It will close around Labor Day.

Each resident should have an electronic fob, but if you have misplaced it, or didn’t receive it from your seller when you moved in, just contact

esweeney@lcmpm.com

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If you are a renter, you will need to get it from your landlord.

THERE ARE VARIOUS REASONS WHY A FOB MAY NOT WORK. PLEASE DON'T JUST LET ANYONE IN!

POTTING SOIL FIRE SAFETY!! (Yes, seriously)

We have had two small fires that started in deck planters filled with potting soil.  Luckily the home owners saw the smoke and put them out!   If they weren’t home it could have been so much worse!

Just know that newer potting soil brands have very little real soil but instead have large volumes of peat moss, shredded bark, Styrofoam and vermiculite!  All are highly flammable and they ignite easily. Once they do, then fertilizers in the soil accelerate the flames.

Remember:

  • Don’t use the pot as an ashtray.

  • Keep the soil wet/moist or if it’s not the season, empty the pot.

  • Don’t use indoor soil in outdoor pots, as it dries out faster.

  • Keep your pots away from combustible things like firewood, newspapers, paint solvents, gas or cleaning products.


Speaking of fires, remember that we cannot have ANY CHARCOAL grills on the property (there ARE charcoal grills in the park area behind the pool for your use); you may have the small propane cylinders on 2nd & 3rd floor balconies and 1st floor can have the 20lb tank but they must be 10 FEET away from all structures. Let’s be safe!!!!

Trash Enclosures

Reminder! Help us by picking up trash you see outside the dumpsters and by being certain your trash makes it in!  Bollards have been added around the perimeter in front of the trash enclosures for protection.  If your item doesn't fit...break it down.  We are charged more if items stick out.  This  cost will be passed on to the offenders !

Feeding of Birds and Animals

It’s not that we don’t love our furry and feathered friends but feeding the birds and squirrels is a NO-NO.  That draws a more unsavory group of diners and that would be RATS.  Rats love the trash bins and juniper bushes.  PLEASE! Our maintenance crew noticed that where homeowners leave out food, the bunnies, squirrels, stray cats and birds are not the only visitors!  NO FEEDING the animals!

Woodpeckers have been busy again making holes in our exterior walls. If you notice a hole, please let Elizabeth Sweeney know, because it can also cause damage to the interior drywall, etc.

Tall Pines is FHA Approved!!!

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Quarterly Newsletters

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