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FREE TREE TRIMMING July 22, 2009

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42-15468598If you have a tree or trees, located between your sidewalk and the street, that are overgrown and need to be trimmed, call Wayne County Dept of Forestry 734-522-7370.  They will come and trim the tree(s) at no charge to the homeowner.

They cannot trim trees located elsewhere on your property, since that expense is the responsibility of the homeowner.

CAN BOTTLE DRIVE SATURDAY JULY 18 2009 July 17, 2009

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You probably have seen our signs when you enter our sub regarding the can and bottle drive TOMORROW for the PTO at Feigel School. Since most of the kids attending Feigel come from our sub, Brookside Subdivision wants to help replenish some of the PTO’s funds that were taken by an individual, subsequently exposed as a fraud.

Tomorrow, Saturday, July 18th please help us by placing your returnable cans/bottles in a bag on your front porch by 9:00 a.m. Volunteers will collect them tomorrow.

Thank you for your support!

PLEASE CLEAN UP YOUR DEBRIS FROM FIREWORKS CELEBRATIONS July 11, 2009

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It was a beautiful night to celebrate, and many of us truly enjoyed the fireworks that took place in our South Park; but unfortunately we have a downside to the event, and that is the debris that littered our park in the aftermath.

Residents whose property borders the park had to pick up litter from those who were responsible for the mess. Debris included beer bottles, soda cans, plastic cups, firework containers, bottle rocket sticks, paper wrappers, cardboard, even live rounds were found in the park! As children, our parents taught us to clean up after ourselves.  What happened to that principle?

A vehicle pulled onto the park property for the activity, which is strictly prohibited.

It should be noted, Brookside Village Homes Association cannot afford to hire people to clean up messes created by those individuals who mistreat our park areas.  As a homeowner association, we do not sanction the fireworks activity; nor will we be responsible for the actions of those who mistreat our park areas. We will hold those at fault accountable for any damage, injury or cleanup from this type of activity.

It is up to those residents that fire this stuff off to clean it up!  If they do not, we will find out who is responsible, and we will charge them to clean it up, or call the Police to report the incidents. 

Don’t make it an issue next year!  Enjoy the holiday and when you CREATE a mess, CLEAN IT UP!