The meeting can be viewed by clicking on the link above. Highlights include:
- Treasurer’s Report: $3,885.08
- Due collection was suspended in 2020 and will resume in 2021.
- Geese report: 186 domestic geese were relocated in October, 20 remain.
- Lt. David Naoroz provided the precinct crime report. To date, this year there have been 540 crimes. To give it some context, last year was an all-time low of 622 for the full year. He reminded us to be cognizant of package deliveries and to remember to lock car and house doors.
- Delegate Betsy Carr reported that there is an upcoming special General Assembly session and they will be meeting virtually.
- New School Board representative Stephanie Rizzi introduced herself. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org until she enters her new office in January.
- Joy Rogers reported that there are 398 houses and 1 church in our official neighborhood.
- Benjamin Lamont provided a report on the sidewalks. Phase 1 construction will begin in mid-late summer. Phase 1 will include sidewalks on Kansas from Texas to Hampton and on Meadow from New York to Dakota. The dead trees on Kansas will be removed as part of this process.
- The neighborhood is encouraged to decorate your block with Christmas bows. You can be reimbursed if you bring a receipt for the purchased bows to the Treasurer.
- There will be a playground report and update on December 9 at 6PM.
- Stephanie Lynch provided a District update. 130 senior bags were distributed since our last meeting, an infrastructure walk was conducted and she encouraged everyone to use the 311 app to report potholes, sidewalk issues, etc. She made everyone aware of the new additional speeding fine on Colorado/Harrison. The budget session starts in March. December 3 will be Stephanie’s holiday fellowship which will be held virtually this year.