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Hard Work + TLC

11

Jul 2014

Hard Work + TLC

by Suzanne Driskill Skye Mansfield loves to work in her yard near the corner of Turnpike and Prince Street, and it shows – the outdoor areas in both the front and back of her home are stunning.  Since moving to the neighborhood in the summer of 2010, Skye has nursed her yard through years of drought, while gradually adding her personal touch to the overall...

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Green Bin Disposal

11

Jul 2014

Green Bin Disposal

by Sharon Balke Aren’t the green recycling cans great?  They holdso much and there is no worry of material getting wet if it rains or blowing away if it’s windy.  I hope that Timbergrove has at least an 80% participation rate. I have found a place that will accept the old recycling bins.  It is the city’s facility at 9003 N. Main, four miles one-way...

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Do The Right Thing

11

Jul 2014

Do The Right Thing

by Tommy Britt From time to time I look at the issues we get involved in and wonder why anyone would subject themselves to this kind of work. I commonly tell acquaintances, if you want to be the most unpopular and popular person at the same time, volunteer for a deed compliance committee.  I occasionally whine about this just to keep an even keel. I...

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President’s Report – 07.14

11

Jul 2014

President’s Report – 07.14

by Michael Norvell Tim Hassett has served our Timbergrove Manor community as president for well over two years. One of his legacies is TMNA’s commitment to helping each homeowner to get the most out of their investment. Whether that be living in a fun-loving neighborhood, having a safe community in which to raise kids, or getting the most return from a real estate perspective, we...

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Color Galore

11

Jun 2014

Color Galore

by Sharon Balke Some will accuse me, unjustly, of being lazy when it was my turn to pick Yard of the Month and I chose 1023 Waltway, right across the street from my house as the June winner.  But once you drive or walk by the home of Kendall and Jordan Smashey you will agree with me that it is worthy of the distinction. Kendall...

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Privacy

11

Jun 2014

Privacy

by Tommy Britt If you have ever been responsible for writing a regularly published article, you will understand the crisis mode you go into when the publisher sends you an “Article Due” notice and you haven’t got the foggiest notion as to what you’re going to say that could possibly have any impact on the readers.  This month was certainly no exception.  Somewhere there is...

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Scouting Around

11

Jun 2014

Scouting Around

written by: Sharon Balke This spring the DRCC graciously approved my application for a soft release cage for songbirds ( think mocking birds, blue jays, robins) and screech owls (think roach killers) for my back yard. The birds would stay in the enclosure for about two weeks, getting use to the sounds, sights and humidity of Timbergrove Manor and then be released into the wild....

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Good Things Come to Those That Wait

11

Jun 2014

Good Things Come to Those That Wait

written by: Sharon Balke By now all of you have received your green recycling cans. I catch myself saying green garbage cans but they are far from that. These cans will remove what some residents formerly tossed in the black garbage cans that ended up at the expensive landfills. Thanks to everyone who wrote letters to city officials asking that we be placed on the program....

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Former President’s Report

11

Jun 2014

Former President’s Report

written by: Tim Hassett I might as well get right to the point – we need someone to step up and volunteer to take on the position of president of our neighborhood association. My term ended two months ago and the position has been vacant ever since. While I thoroughly enjoyed my tenure as president, our by-laws limit officers to serving no more than two...

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