Annual taxes finance the care of the roads and drains. Yearly road maintenance helps to keep our community safe and beautiful.
We truly believe Candlewood Point is a hidden gem when you think about all our neighborhood has to offer. Now we all know from time to time a gem needs a little polish to shine that much more. A recent newsletter shared an idea to establish a community wide clean up month. The Board has chosen August 2021 to be that month as most homeowners are present in the community.
With all the rain we have received this summer most vegetation, flowers, bushes, and lawns have flourished. While beautiful, this has also brought forward safety concerns regarding traveling visibility for cars, trucks, cyclists, and walkers along streets & corners that can be hard to see.
We are asking our homeowners to make a conscientious effort to adhere to one of our Tax District ordinances: “All property owners must keep all vegetation, including, but not limited to, tree branches, shrubs, and plants, trimmed back so that the vegetation or any portion thereof does not hang over into or on the traveled portion of any Tax District road.”
For those of us that may need help with this endeavor, consider asking a neighbor for assistance. For those neighbors who believe someone might need some help, please offer your time.
Besides addressing fundamental safety throughout our community, an added benefit of beautifying our neighborhood is “curb appeal” which supports home values.