Up until this week the clubhouse floor was partial tile and partial parquet. A supply of ceramic tiles from recent years ago was found stored in the clubhouse and were adequate to finish the job. This week the old wood floor is gone and the tiles are now installed! Looks much better!
The old bridge behind the middle of Bucknell Circle had two different kinds of rails, was missing several slats, and showed signs of decay.
Additionally, the recent wind storms also took down a tree nearby, but thankfully, one of our neighbors saw it and cut it up for firewood, saving the Association the cost of having it done. We love volunteers!
We now have an efficient heat pump and air conditioner unit in the clubhouse. It’s quiet and will be a tremendous benefit for all of the social events, meetings, and private parties.
We recently learned that the city had a grant for pet waste stations. We applied and were given one which is now installed on the path behind Auburn and Bates. We hope to apply for additional stations when they become available. Here is the grant information.
The annual assessment for 2017 is $376.99 and is now due, becoming late on March 1. Payments may be made online by credit card or electronic check at CommunityFirstManagement.com. Or a check can be written payable to Abingdon Village Homes Association and mailed to:
Community First Management
3061 Brickhouse Ct, Suite 109
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
The tree at the clubhouse uprooted by the hurricane has all finally been removed. The last part took special equipment. The trunk and rootball were 2600 pounds and the additional tree debris that was still remaining was another 1500 pounds. Additionally, hanging over the path behind Bradley was another branch broken by the same storm which was discovered and also removed. Whew!
If you take a look at the clubhouse area, you will notice that the baby swing has been repaired and that the huge tree stump is being removed this week, weather permitting.
Additionally, the City has placed rock at the culvert at the path behind Auburn and Bennington.
Come join us!
The recent storm felled the pine tree at the clubhouse and took out the crossbeam of the baby swing. Volunteers were out the next day assessing the damage and the following day, neighbors came out to help clean it up with chainsaws. At our Fall Clean-up on Saturday, much of the debris were further sawed and tossed in the dumpster.
Additionally, Lloyd of LJ’s Lawns had his crew working on the path behind Adelphi, so neighbors can actually walk back there now. It’s already a huge difference. The attached map shows where they will be doing extra work in October (yellow zone). See Clean-Up Zones here.
Due to the weather, this event is moved to Sat, Oct. 15. Join us for community cleanup in the morning. We’ll spruce up the common areas, throw out broken rails, debris, and power wash, etc.
Then bring your famous chili to the hot dog roast at noon.at the clubhouse. We’ll have a prize for the winner!