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Chimney Hill Owners Association
Landscape Committee Meeting
CALL TO ORDER
The Committee met on Jane Cary’s veranda at
Those present approved the minutes of the previous meeting on
Jane, Kathleen, Carol Sewell, Diana, and Pam met at the Clubhouse on June 19 to weed the
Jane observed that the CH Office garden is over-run with weeds and needs cleaning up. She asked for two volunteers to undertake the weeding next week. Diana and Pam volunteered.
Burn Pile Update
A new burn pile has been created at the Maintenance Department. CH owners have deposited garden refuse at the new site and no problems have been experienced. People seem satisfied with it. The lot where the previous burn pile was located has been blocked off.
The new State of
Plant Giveaway at Annual Meeting
The Board of Directors will discuss where and when the Annual Meeting will take place. Jane asked if the Committee could provide 40 plants. We will have about two weeks’ notice as to how many will attend the meeting.
We observed that the Clubhouse gardens, as well as the entrance garden and the flower baskets all look lovely.
ADJOURNMENT: 9:35 a.m.
Objective of the CHOA Landscape Committee, 2010
Our objective is to ensure that the public areas of the Chimney Hill community are
carefully maintained and, as necessary and feasible, enhanced by shrubs, trees, and
colorful plantings, pleasant to the eye, and an invaluable contribution toward the
increase in property values.
In order to meet this objective, we must:
❖ Meet regularly to discuss and address Committee members’ and CHOA members’
❖ Oversee the work of the contracted CHOA Gardener and provide input; assist the
Gardener when feasible to save on costs;
❖ Provide education to the Chimney Hill community on
a) How to plant and maintain attractive properties;
b) Appreciation of the wildlife and vegetation on our lands by presenting
workshops and nature-oriented events;
c) Update our website with pertinent articles and reference works; contribute
comments and advice to the e-newsletter