Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Does This Look "Substantial"?

After a winter storm in February, Princeton Landing's new snow removal contractor drove their plow up onto the corner of Parcel 6 and damaged shrubs at the monument. At the time, the Parcel Chair told our management company that homeowners "have nurtured these plantings for many years; replacement must  be substantial at this site in our parcel."

Well, here's what was planted. Maybe this shrub looks substantial to Signature Property Group. Does it look substantial to you?


Anonymous said...

Hello, I just found your blog recently and I first I wish to thank you for all of the informative articles and useful information you have up. I am sure this all must be a tremendous amount of hard work for you, and your dedication is much-appreciated. I have been a resident of Princeton Landing for many years and have seen the level of overall beauty of the surroundings deteriorate with my very own eyes (it seems to have gotten worse and worse since the current management company took over in early 2007). It's shameless in a way, especially when I have friends and family over and they see too. What do I tell them? To answer your question, this doesn't look substantial to me at all, and I cannot imagine that it would to anyone else that values our community. I don't understand why there isn't a higher level of care and consideration given in this regard. I own a vacation property out West which is managed by a private homeowner's company as well, and I can tell you that it is night and day as far as how these things are concerned. Anyway, I just wanted to thank you again for this fantastic blog. I will be sure to visit your blog on a regular basis now that I have found it. Take care and best regards, from a Princeton Landing neighbor.