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~ Announcements ~
Asphalt Project
Posted on May 6th, 2019
The asphalt project map has been revised, now including two other areas being repaved. We will be doing the same scope of work as originally planned, just including two more areas. The attached map shows the updated schedule for when and where the paving will take place. You cannot drive on the newly paved areas for 24 hours. Please park accordingly and have your cars out of the specified areas before 8am each day. Thank you for your cooperation!
Mailbox Replacements
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2018

Dear Homeowners:

 

It was recently brought to the board’s attention that some of the mailboxes are in need of replacement throughout the community, and that some homeowners have done this on their own. This is something that is covered with the association dues. As a result, we are asking anyone who has already purchased their mailbox to let Jodi Konar know (jkonar@ardsleymgmt.com) and provide a copy of the paid invoice/receipt. A credit will be issued to your account for this amount. Going forward, if your mailbox is in need of repair/replacement, please reach out to Jodi Konar and she will have it ordered and installed. Please feel free to reach out with any questions that you may have regarding this issue.

 

Sincerely,

 

Woods at Lion’s Creek HOA

Sidewalks
Posted on Feb 16th, 2018

WALC Homeowners,

 

Ice melt has been applied to the road but not to sidewalks. Sidewalks are the responsibility of each homeowner. If your sidewalk is used by children using a school bus or walking to a school bus, please spread ice melt today. You attention is very much appreciated by the children and parents to help ensure the safety of our neighborhood children.

 

Magnesium chloride is recommended for concrete to avoid damaging it.  Magnesium Chloride is the newest deicing salt. It continues to melt snow and ice until the temperature reaches -13F. The salt releases 40% less chloride into the environment than either rock salt or calcium chloride. It is far less damaging to concrete and plats, so would be the preferred choice for the community. It may be a bit more expensive; however, and harder to find than the conventional salt. 

Woods at Lions Creek Update
Posted on Feb 13th, 2018
Dear Homeowners:

I received two letters from Jeremy Kashman, City of Carmel Engineer. These are attached.

 

Storm Water Variance

Pond Letter Explanation 

 

In response to a follow-up message, Mr. Kashman confirmed that the Notice of Termination has not been released and replied: “We will continue to work with Pulte to address the last outstanding items on the NOT to be released.  I am assuming those will take place as soon as the weather begins to get better.  My feeling at this time is that the $20,000 is the most we have been able to negotiate and we see it as a reasonable settlement.”

 

The Board will meet on March 8, 2018 at 7P and my house to elect officers, establish meeting dates for 2018 and address other issues, including the contribution Pulte has offered to make to the HOA for long-term well and pump costs.

 

A formal agenda and a reminder will be sent at a later date.

 

The minutes from the HOA Annual Meeting are being prepared and will be circulated after completion and review by the Board.

 

Woods at Lions Creek HOA

 
Exit Code
Posted on Dec 13th, 2017
The exit code to the gate is 111. It is only unutilized when on foot or bicycle. 
A few neighborhood reminders
Posted on Aug 10th, 2017
Neighbors,
We all want to maintain an attractive neighborhood and it is the responsibility of each resident to help achieve that result. I have heard a few comments on different matters and wanted to share these with everyone.
  1. The design guidelines (five pages) are linked on our website (www.woodsatlionscreek.net). These list the requirements for obtaining approval of modifications on your property, including fences and landscaping. Please review these and if you planning changes provide our property management contact, Jodi Konar (jkonar@ardsleymanagement.com), with the request for approval, which is also included on the website. The Board is serving as the Architectural Control Committee and typically will provide a response to a request within a week of receipt by the Board members; however, the documents to state that the Board has up to 30 days for consideration. Please contact Jodi if you have any questions.
  2. The guidelines also cover parking, vehicles, trash cans being stored inside garages, etc.
  3. If you are having construction, alterations, etc., as approved, please be considerate of your neighbors and ask that construction vehicles be parked on only one side of the street. This makes passing cars safer and easier.
  4. Construction may require material such as gravel to be dumped in the street and then moved to the construction area. Please ask that the street be swept and that all loose gravel removed timely so that gravel does not flow to the stormwater drains.
  5. The speed limit in the neighborhood is 20 miles per hour. We do have some curves and visibility is limited. So please monitor your speed. It is a small neighborhood – at 20 MPH it takes less than 90 seconds even if you are driving to the most distant point in the neighborhood.
  6. Please be cautious of the school buses that run during the morning and afternoon hours. There are several children in the community, and it's a hazard to all when vehicles do not stop completely during the bus stop. It is the law for the drivers to stop and wait until the bus is complete with its pick up/drop off, and the stop sign arm is down and lights stop flashing. Both the driver of the school bus and the attendant take down the license plate information of those who do not adhere to the stop, and could result in a hefty fine. 
 
 

 
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~ Property Management ~
Ardsley Management 
3002 East 56th Street
Indianapolis IN 46220
 
Property Management
David Paul, Community Association Manager 
Phone: (317) 259-0383 Ext. 237
Fax: (317) 259-0387
E-mail: dpaul@ardsleymgmt.com 
 
Accounts Receivable
Brittney Morris
Phone: (317) 259-0383 Ext. 225
E-mail: bmorris@ardsleymgmt.com