13 pear trees bordering the crescent roadway are scheduled to be pruned December 6, 7, and 8th. These trees are subject to breaking off and splitting under a snow and ice load. If we don’t prune them now we will incur even more costs during emergency conditions in winter. This won’t be a slight trim, this will be a severe pruning. They won’t look pretty at first, but these pear trees grow like weeds and next summer they will quickly grow back their branches.
Shuffleboard equipment is in the garage across from the tennis court.
call Maurice for your key. 973.812.4177
The tennis courts now have a padlock that is opened with a key. To obtain your key for this padlock call Maurice at 973-812-4177.
The combination lock was damaged and had to be removed.
On Monday a blacktop sealer coating was applied to the parking spaces that had not been sealed. If skies are clear tomorrow, Thursday, August 11, lines and numbers will be painted on the new sealer coating.
All sidewalks have been repaired. New directional sprinkler heads and rain sensors have been installed to save water, reduce costs and have a healthier landscape. Sprinkler heads that don’t water grass or plants have been capped.
Priority #1 is to properly water the landscape while conserving water—which will also lower water costs. When we turned on the irrigation system last month, we learned it needs substantial repairs. Broken pipes in the irrigation system have already been replaced. Next is replacing 300 spray nozzles and several non-working rain sensors. The completed system will direct water only to grass and bushes and not water pavement or buildings. Water flow can be adjusted for all landscaped areas to ensure no over-watering.