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PLEASE DON'T WATER YOUR LAWNS TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
Posted on Oct 21st, 2014 Comments (0)
 
Please Do Not Water Your Lawns Tomorrow, Wed., Oct. 22nd
 
The CPHOA Landscape Committee Asks you to please turn off your sprinklers tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 22 because the landscape crews will be mowing the grass.
 
Dangerously Poor Vision of Oncoming Traffic to the Left When Exiting Carson's Pond
Posted on Oct 20th, 2014 Comments (0)
      Since last week when the bricks appeared on Rea Road and blocked the view to safely allow cars to exit our community, I have been in touch with a variety of people to help effect a change. I have spoken with Triangle Paving, R&N Construction and the Project Engineer from the City of Charlotte.
 
      These people have been made aware of the challenge and dangers facing our community. They all very nicely tell me that they will take the matter up with their next in command (or someone else).
 
      Triangle is scheduled to finish the 2 new catch basins they are constructing this week. Once done, R&N can continue with building the wall. R&N had people in this past weekend working to clear an area behind where the bricks are stacked, to hopefully resolve the issue by creating an area to reposition the bricks.
 
      Until then, I will continue pressing the parties involved to take action.

Marshall Goldstein
President, CPHOA
 
LATEST NEWS FROM CARSON'S POND HOA
Posted on Oct 18th, 2014 Comments (0)
 
HERE IS THE LATEST NEWS UPDATE FROM YOUR CPHOA:
 
 
      Building of the brick wall south of the Carson's Pond entrance came to a halt about two weeks ago when City engineers felt (after some severe rain) that two catch basins should be added to the project to insure that water will not collect on the Carson's Pond side of the wall.  This addition to the project is to be constructed at the City's expense, not ours.

      The City has hired Triangle Paving to build the catch basins. They expect to complete this work by the end of next week.  Once the catch basins are finished, the R&N staff will resume putting in the footings for the wall and laying the remaining bricks.  If all this goes according to plan, and barring weather delays, the wall may be completed sometime in November, 2014.

      A contractor has been selected to put a new roof on the guard house and the two turrets at our main entrance.  They should begin this work after the wall is completed a little further, (about another 100 feet).

     The Annual Meeting of the Carson's Pond Homeowners Association is scheduled for Thursday, October 30th at 7PM at Messiah Lutheran Church on Providence Road.  Please arrive a little early to register to participate and vote, as well as sign up for a volunteer position on one of our committees.  Volunteerism is strongly encouraged.

 
      Our annual Halloween Party will be held at the Club House on Friday, October 24th.  Please notify Paula Haigler if you intend to participate, so she can judge how much food to order.

 
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LARGE HIMALAYAN CAT LOST ON TOP SEED CT.
Posted on Oct 16th, 2014 Comments (0)
A LARGE HIMALAYAN CAT HAS ESCAPED FROM HIS HOME ON TOP SEED COURT.  IF YOU HAVE TAKEN IT IN OR HAVE SEEN IT, PLEASE CONTACT THE OWNERS AT THE FOLLOWING LINk:
 
 
CULLEN FERGUSON,
 
CPHOA WEB SITE EDITOR
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YOUR NEW GRASS SEED NEEDS DAILY WATERING
Posted on Oct 9th, 2014 Comments (0)
 
                             
All the lawns in Carson's Pond were aerated and seeded more than a week ago.
 
The CPHOA Landscape Committee strongly advises residents to water their newly-seeded lawns at least 5 minutes per day for the next two weeks to insure that the grass seed germinates and the new grass grows.   In view of the recent dry weather, failure to water regularly during this crucial period will result in poor performance of the seed in your lawn.
 
Crews will fertilize our lawns next week.
 
GENTLE YOGA CLASSES ARE OFFERED AT THE CLUB HOUSE
Posted on Apr 8th, 2014 Comments (1)
   
      Are you feeling stiff,  sore and stressed out? 
 
       If so a weekly GENTLE YOGA CLASS at the Carson's Pond Club House on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 to 11 may be just the thing for you!
 
     The weekly drop-in yoga classes are appropriate for seniors or for anyone looking for a gentle workout and are designed for all levels.
 
       Gentle Yoga includes meditation and breathing exercises to release stress, holding postures to build strength and flexibility, and deep stretching.  These classes will be led by a certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor.
 
         If you would like to join in, please bring a yoga mat or small blanket.   For additional information, contact Patty Hirsch at 315-263-9376 or e-mail her at patriciahirsch@carolina.rr.com.
 
 
 
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OCTOBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Tuesday, October 28th, 6:30 PM at Carson's Pond Club House
      The October Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Carson's Pond Homeowners' Association will be held in the Club House, beginning at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, October 28th, 2014.  The Open Forum will be held at 8 PM. 
 
       Anyone who wishes to address the Board with comments or concerns may do so in the Open Forum, after first contacting Board President Marshall Goldstein in order to be included in the agenda.   Marshall's phone number is 704-341-0798.  His e-mail address is mgoldstein1@carolina.rr.com