! New Owner Gatherings – Tuesday, September 12 at 7:00pm and/or Thursday, September 14 at 9:00am. These two informational sessions are for owners who are new to Windridge since the beginning of 2016 – approximately 35 units have sold in this period. After our welcome presentation we will have a “Question & Answer” session. Letters will be mailed inviting new Owners to attend the session of their choice.
! SAVE the DATE: Our annual Fall Picnic/Weiner Roast will be on Saturday, October 14 beginning at 4:00pm. Flyers will be distributed in October with updated details. ALL Residents are WELCOME!!!
Citizens Gas is installing a new natural gas line in the area of Whisperwood Lane and Thicket Hill Lane. These streets will be open for traffic. But, they will be congested. We are recommending using Windridge Drive as an alternative. Please avoiding using Whisperwood Lane as much as possible.
This project is being financed by Citizens Gas and the individual residents who are getting gas service.
NO Windridge Association funds are being used for this.
Please direct your guests & service providers to park in your driveway rather than on the street. We need to keep the streets open for large service vehicles and to ease navigation for cars & walkers.
Please DO NOT PARK on the GRASS
Keep your tires on the blacktop
! Reminder — It is TERMITE INSPECTION time —
One of the services that you pay for in your Regular Assessment is the inspection & treatment of termites. Please call the office if you were not able to get your termite inspection.
A Huge Thank You to Ken Myers for tackling our invasive honeysuckle!!! It is easy to get used to honeysuckle and say, “Oh, it is so pretty! It provides such a nice privacy screen.” But the invasive honeysuckle is KILLING our WOODS. It strangles our trees and poisons the ground so that other underbrush will not grow. Our birds, wildlife and insects leave the area because there is nothing for them to eat.
Honeysuckle eradication and control has been a Windridge priority since 2010.
Ken is helping get rid of the honeysuckle to provide us with vistas through our woods!
Again – Thank You Ken!!!
GATES UPDATE – The new gates have been ordered. Work is being done to prepare for the installation of the new, wider Visitors Entrance Gate.
***WALGREENS HEARING RESCHEDULED – again! ***
Good News – The Walgreen owners are in leasing negotiations with a dialysis provider. This prospective tenant is consistent with the Village and Corridor Plan. The hearing before the Metropolitan Development Commission has been rescheduled to WEDNESDAY, September 6 at 1:00 PM in the “Public Assembly Room” of the City County Building, 200 East Washington Street.
***We would like a large crowd at the SEPT 6th hearing.***
*** Emergency Notification via Text Message is now available. When we have water outages, road closures, security issues or other similar emergencies you may be notified by TEXT – if you sign up. Turn your filled out form into the office to join the group. The form is available on our website.
*** First Friday Social is scheduled for September 1 at Jon & Glennda McGann’s home. from 5 – 7 pm
No RSVP necessary
Please contact Vicki Eident for more information..
Reminders from our Property Manager, Doug Beyers –
*** Please do not park on the grass. Keep your tires on the blacktop.
*** Please join our Emergency Text Message Notification group.
Come to office for a form to fill out.
When we have water outages and/or other emergencies you will receive a text message.
*** Please notify the office about any trees that may pose a danger to your home.
***Foundation plantings are the responsibility of the home owner.
This includes ivy growing on the side of your home and walls.
Ivy MUST be removed from the siding, brick and brick fences.
Failure to maintain ivy growth will result in damage to your home and you may be charged.
***MAIN GATE –
*** Please be patient when entering the main gate. Current safety laws require a three second delay and beeping before the gate begins to open.
In the interest of saving paper and staff time we will not be delivering them in the tubes.
Board Meeting Minutes are posted on the website and are also available in the office and in boxes located at the South Exit Gate and on Hawks Point Rd at Chipwood Lane. The minutes are usually available 10 – 14 days after each meeting.
***Lights ON – Please keep your front and back lights ON – 24/7***
Please report any burned out lights to the office or Jim Loiselle, Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, 317-426-5933. You may also submit a work order online, email or call the office.
***Click here – Security Gate Codes Flyer – this is a corrected copy of the flyer delivered in April, 2016. Service Provider Code –This code is active Monday – Friday from 6:00 AM until 6:00 PM. Please correct your copy and keep for future reference.
Good news – our Community Room is available for your use.
Reservations for Windridge Committees & Windridge Club Activities may be added to the calendar in the Community Room. Guidelines are with the calendar and posted online.
***Street Parkingis a SAFETY issue for ALL of us – Street parking limits access for ambulance, fire & police vehicles. Please do not park on the street overnight. Park in your garage or driveway and have guests park in guest parking. Thank you!
***Windridge Neighborhood Watch – Coordinator, Jim Loiselle.
The Neighborhood Watch is always looking for new Captains. If you are interested please contact Jim at 426-5933 or email@example.com
Our Board of Director officers for 2017 are: President Elle Keppler, Vice President Vicki Eident, Secretary Jane LoiselleandTreasurer Tom Eggers. The other five Board of Directors are Charlie Boyle, Bill Pert, Mike McCracken, Eileen Scott, and Bev Watkins
Please feel free to contact any of our Board of Directors in person, by phone or by email.