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FUCK ISIS !
The Bailey’s Arbor Master Association recommends that ALL homeowners apply a preventative to protect trees and landscape from Japanese Beetles. By treating your trees, you will support the treatment that will occur on all common-own areas (our neighborhood parks and gardens), the Townhomes and Primrose this spring.
Horticultural Services, the landscape contractor for the Bailey’s Arbor Master Association, recommends Spectracide Triazicide. The bottle attaches to a garden hose and can be used for treating both pests. Residents should always read the label and follow the directions on the container. If you have your own hand sprayer, there is a version available that can be mixed with water in a sprayer.
The U of MN Extension Service does NOT recommend the use of pheromone traps (the bag traps), “…Research demonstrated that more beetles fly toward traps then are caught; resulting in surplus beetles that feed on your plants.”
Spectracide Triazicide, the version that connects to a hose, is on sale right now at Menard’s in Cottage Grove through Saturday, May 4 for $7.88/32 oz. bottle. If you are unable to get there before then, the store manager has agreed to extend the sale price for Bailey’s Arbor homeowners. Just ask for a department manager for help.
Many homeowners have had tree, garden and landscape damage from Japanese Beetles the last few years and this summer is expected to be no exception. Help out the whole Bailey’s Arbor neighborhood by treating and protecting trees on your lot including your boulevard trees.
The Annual Meeting will begin at 7:00 pm (not 6:30 pm), as was printed in the homeowner mailing.
Sorry for any confusion.
6:30 pm, Birch Room, Woodbury City Hall
We are 12 homeowners short from reaching quorum at tonight’s meeting. Your participation is important. We are not guaranteed a quorum of 20% or 40 homeowners present or by proxy, as required by our bylaws. If we don’t reach a quorum, the meeting will need to be rescheduled, at a cost to our association.
If you are unable to attend, you can scan and email your proxy to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off by 5 pm at 10855 Birch Lane.
Information has been sent out, which included nomination form and a proxy ballot. We are required to have the annual meeting, and we are required to achieve a quorum. Please plan to attend this important homeowner’s association meeting.
Thirteen of your neighbors have already sent in their proxy ballot because they are unable to attend. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please submit a proxy ballot. You can scan and email the proxy to: email@example.com or fax to 763-746-1193. If we don’t achieve quorum, which is 20% of homeowners either in person or by proxy, we will need to reschedule the meeting, incurring more cost.
Now that much of the snow has melted, lots of pet waste is visible. Waste pick up stations are located throughout the neighborhood to make pet clean up easy. Please remember to pick up after your pet.
Mark your calendars
The KBA Annual Meeting is scheduled for:
Information has been sent out, which will include nomination form and a proxy ballot. We are required to have the annual meeting, and we are required to achieve a quorum. Please plan to attend this important homeowner’s association meeting. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please submit a proxy ballot. You can scan and email the proxy to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 763-746-1193.
If we don’t achieve quorum, which is 20% of homeowners, either in person or by proxy, we will need to reschedule the meeting, incurring more cost.
The KBA Website, www.BaileysArborKBA.org, has been redesigned. Key upgrades include:
Making landscape or outdoor changes to your home soon?
Don’t forget to complete an Architectural Review Committee (ARC) application. Many changes to your landscape and exterior of your home require approval from the ARC. Once your application is received, you typically will get a decision within two weeks, but they can take up to 30 days, so plan ahead. For more information on the ARC process, visit the ARC page on the website. There you will find the Guidebook, a Quick Reference Guide and the Application Form (both the Word version and the online form.)
Do you have dead or dying boulevard trees?
Homeowners are responsible for replacing dead or dying trees on the boulevard with the same or similar, provided it is a tree of similar size and canopy at maturity. An Architectural Review Committee Application is not required if this is the case. However, if you wish to plant a tree of different species which has a different size and canopy at maturity, then an ARC Application is required. If you do not replace the tree, then the KBA has the right to replace the tree and assess the homeowner.
Please remember to pick up after your pet. Thank you!
As of the beginning of the year, Community Development, the company that manages our neighborhood association, has taken over responsibility for performing monthly inspections. Previously, the KBA Board of Directors performed this function. The goal of the inspections is to monitor the neighborhood in accordance to the Homeowner’s Association Guidebook.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Kari Ross, Community Manager
Community Development, Inc. AAMC®, Direct: (763) 746-1192, Email: KRoss@developcommunity.com