Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Monumental Mess

One of the first things visitors—and potential buyers—see when they enter Princeton Landing are stone monuments at the entrances to the parcels. These markers are vital for finding addresses—and for residents they are an important architectural design element in the landscape. These photos show the pitiful state of the monuments throughout Princeton Landing.

A certain amount of wear and tear is to be expected, but many of the markers are in such disrepair that they are an embarrassment. One explanation we've heard is they were damaged by severe winter weather. If that's so, shouldn't they have been repaired by now?

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Helene said...

Oh you missed the ones within Parcel 1 - the ones that show the house number within each building. They are beyond embarassing.

Anonymous said...

Helene makes an excellent point.

It is clear that the Parcel 1 committee is not doing its job. In fact, it hasn’t lived up to its responsibility for maintaining the property in years.

A Parcel 1 Resident