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BOARD ELECTION RESULTS

At the April 24 annual membership meeting of the Stonewater Creek POA, the following were reelected to the Board of Directors: Diane Ahlquist, Amy Guy, Kathy Lane. Their terms run until April, 2023. 
 
The Board wishes to thank everyone who attended the meeting; we look forward to meeting the challenges ahead.
 


ATTENTION ...

MANDATORY GOLF CART REGISTRATION – Clubhouse – May 22
 
As a result of increasing violations and for the safety of all Stonewater Creek residents, all golf carts must now be registered with the Association. Owners will complete a registration form and receive a numbered sticker which must be mounted on the rear of the cart. There is no registration cost.
 
The registration event will be held on Saturday, May 22 at 10 a.m. at the clubhouse. If you are unable to attend, contact Kathy Lane at kthlla@aol.com and she will provide you with the form to complete.
 


Message from D.E.C.

 
DELAWARE ELECTRIC CO-OP
"We Keep the Lights on"
 
Delaware Electric Cooperative strives to provide you with affordable, reliable, and safe electric service. In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary for us to regularly trim tree branches that may potentially interfere with our electric lines. Branches that make contact with electric lines are one of the major reasons for power outages and interruptions.
 
Delaware Electric Cooperative has contracted Asplundh Tree Expert Company to proactively perform their vegetation management work. Delaware Electric Cooperative only contracts qualified tree service personnel to work near electric lines. Our goal is to trim enough growth so that the crews will not have to return to the same location for four years (in most cases). While this may sometimes give the appearance that the trimming was excessive, this is not the intention. There is no desire to trim any more branches than are necessary.
 
Tree trimming, brush removal (trees under 6 inches diameter), and/or herbicide application may be performed. Free wood chips are available upon request.  Any wood that is left is the responsibility of the property owner to dispose of.
 
This letter is being provided to let you know that Asplundh's tree trimmers will be doing work in your neighborhood soon. In order to accomplish this, it may be necessary for tree trimmers to enter your property. They will take the utmost care to ensure that your property is not harmed by this activity.
 
For your safety and the safety of the employees, please do not enter the work zone. If you have questions about the work that is going to be performed, please contact the Asplundh representative listed below.
 
Ryan Harris
Permission  Foreman
302-538-4741
                                            
ASPLUNDH
TREE EXPERT CO
 


ATTENTION ...

Interim Architectural Application Process
 
The transition to Legum & Norman took effect on April 1st.  There are required changes to the Architectural Form and Process to help in this transition.  For an interim period, which may be a month or more, the SWC ARC will be handling applications completely.  Use the directions on the form to submit them to a special email address which is being set up just for that purpose.
 
In addition, the ARC is working with L&N on providing information on the TownSQ portal, including the architectural forms and documents.  We are hoping to make the overall architectural process easier and clearer to understand and to keep you better informed of your application submissions.
 
Alan D. Lowe - Architectural Committee
 


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Upcoming Events
May 8
Board Meeting
Agenda is located in the Members Section > Board Agenda & Minutes

May 11
Architectural Committee Meeting
The ARC will meet using Zoom on submitted applications received by 5/7 and architectural issues.

May 25
Architectural Committee Meeting
The ARC will meet using Zoom on submitted applications received by 5/21 and architectural issues.