We have received a number of complaints from homeowners regarding vehicles ignoring stop signs in the subdivision. This is certainly a concern for homeowners walking and jogging as well as kids playing in the neighborhood. We have contacted the St. Charles County Police Department to request additional traffic enforcement. If you witness traffic violations, please contact the St. Charles County Police Department at 636-949-3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Long overdue maintenance to our front entrance monument was recently completed by St. Louis Brick and Tuckpointing. The monument had been neglected for some time and repairs needed to be addressed before costs became unmanageable for the subdivision. Maintenance of the monument included tuck pointing, brick replacement, cleaning, and sealing. Homeowners and visitors are now greeted by a more appealing monument.
After reviewing the opinion from Paul Harris, the new attorney, the Board asked to look into the subdivision’s right to continue to maintain and insure the Kisker Road fence. The Board agreed it has the right to continue to maintain the fence. Questions around one particular lot remain. The paperwork in this matter is being tracked down and will be discussed at a later date. The Board voted unanimously to reinsure the fence and continue its maintenance as it has for the last 10 + years. We are pleased to have finally arrived at an appropriate and common-sense resolution.