Monday, November 2, 2009

This Week at Princeton Landing

There's a lot happening around Princeton Landing this week. Our massive leaf cleanup continues. Property manager Matt Lubas reports, "The recent rain brought down a lot of leaves. This week is supposed to be dry, so leaf removal is a priority." Brickman started the outer parcels today and the inner parcels will follow. In addition, Brickman also planted dianthus at the front entrance to replace the mums. Matt says, "Dianthus is a cool-season annual that is more deer resistant than the typical violas or pansies. They flower red and pink."

Property manager Sal Pirerra tells us that contractor Rainbow G & J Painting should complete the Parcel 2 project by the end of this week. Paving contractor L.N. Rothberg & Son expects to finish the Parcel 11 project by the end of the day Tuesday. The community-wide road patching and catch basin repair, also by L.N. Rothberg, should be completed by the end of this week.

The schedule for annual parcel meetings is posted on the blog calendar for November. To view it, click on the calendar link at the top of the right-hand column of the blog. Residents will be receiving information on the FVCSA board elections within the next few weeks.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update Karen!


Karen Stray Nolting said...

Thanks for commenting again, Davis. We appreciate the feedback.