MLK Day of Service – Rabbit Branch park area @ 9AM

All – please see below from Road Raiders for the Rabbit Branch Park cleanup tomorrow. Please consider giving an hour of your time tomorrow morning. See below for the Road Raiders request.

Regards,

Mark

From: Tom McCook <trmccook@gmail.com>
Date: 1/19/2020
To: Tom McCook <trmccook@gmail.com>
Subject: MLK Day of Service – Rabbit Branch park area @ 9AM

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” Martin Luther King

** Bonus ** – MLK Holiday, January 20 at 9AM (start)- we are planning a community parks clean-up at Rabbit Branch Park (the park area). Unfortunately, it is filled with trash and we need to clean this area for our neighbors, friends and wildlife in the area.

“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve” (Martin Luther King, Feb 1968).

Rabbit Branch park area is 1/4 mile east on Tapestry from Roberts Rd.

I hope we can see you tomorrow!

Cheers,
Tom McCook

Robinson Students – service hours can be earned!

URGENT REQUEST – DO NOT USE PLASTIC BAGS FOR RECYCLING

From Patriot Disposal (edited)

Last August we reached out to notify you about new regulations the local recycling market is facing. This communication was to inform you about the issues we are experiencing as a hauler in disposing of residential recyclable materials.

In the past month we have experienced extremely high levels of contaminated recycle loads due to the use of plastic bags. The use of plastics bags causes many issues, mainly by clogging the machinery at the recycling facilities. We request (and implore) you to no longer use plastic bags to bundle your recycling or recycle plastic bags all together.

The practice of removing plastic bags from our local recycling stream will reduce strain on our recycling facilities and landfills. Contamination is the primary reason why recycling is ending up in the landfills. Please help increase our local recycling footprint while reducing pressure on our local haulers and disposal facilities.

Sincerely,

Patriot Disposal

February 2019 Newsletter and Inserts

The following documents were hand delivered, mailed, or emailed to owners and residents.

  1. February 2019 Newsletter (Resident and Non-Resident Owners, Tenants)
  2. Parking Permit Renewal Letter (renewal does not affect tenant permits) (Resident and Non-Resident Owners) – must be returned by no later than February 28, 2019.
  3. Synopsized Trash and Recycling Rules (integrated in newsletter) (Resident and Non-Resident Owners, Tenants)
  4. 2019 Pool Pass Application (Resident Owners, Tenants)