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                                                                SURF VILLAGE TOWNHOUSE SPRING 2021 UPDATES

The Board continues daily interaction with Palmer Management to address any issues that may arise during this shutdown. Please continue to contact Sal or Jennifer or any Board memberwith any questions.

NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS: Milford Landscaping will continue spring cleanup and lawn prep for the season. TUESDAY- TODAY-MAY 5TH the crews will be spreading fertilizer and weed control pre-emergent. We advise residents to keep the pets off the grass areas as a precaution for 24 hours.

The Power Washing was completed in two days as they were able to bring in three trucks and their crews. Next up will be the annual mulch application. All common areas along Merwin Ave. receive a complete mulch. The front foundation beds of all Units and all trees are included in
this annual project. We use a natural organic pine mulch.

The water for irrigation was open to facilitate the Power Washing. All zones will be activated and heads tested on each lot. The zones will be run from midnight to 5 AM on a schedule set by Fred Kirkham's company as weather requires.

The completion of the painting of the trim around the garage doors and the "kicks" on the front porches will begin in June.

The Board welcomes three new families to our Village: Patricia Krantz, 30 Sandpiper Crescent; Laurance & Diane Selnick, 87 Sandpiper Crescent; and Ray & Cheryl Birdsall, 132 Sandpiper Crescent.

Also, the spring has brought all the new rabbit residences out of their winter hutches - seems like they have multiplied. PLEASE DO NOT FEED THEM.

A black cat possibly with white paws (likely not friendly towards rabbits) has been reported roaming around the Village. No pets are permitted outside without a lead and human attached. Please do not let this cat outside unattended. Thank you. Remember all dogs are to be walked on leads and are not permitted on any lot other than the owner's lot.

Let's get outside and get some fresh air; but stay well, stay separated and stay safe.