Earlier this year, seven dead trees were taken down and removed from common ground along Kisker Road. These trees posed a risk to the homes adjacent to the common ground as well as the subdivision fence along Kisker Road. The work was completed by TBS Trees. Total cost for removal of the trees was $3,850.
As a reminder, Article 9, Section 14 of the Stonecroft Indentures states that no trucks (other than pick-up trucks not exceeding 3/4 ton) or commercial vehicles, boats, motorcycles, campers, house trailers, boat trailers or trailers of any other description shall be permitted to be parked or stored on any Lot unless they are parked or stored in an enclosed garage or some other enclosure (open or otherwise) approved by the Architectural Control Committee, except only during periods of approved construction on the Lot. Further, no motor vehicle or equipment shall be repaired or otherwise serviced in front of or adjacent to any residence in the Subdivision. Fines will be assessed to Lots in violation of this restriction.
As a reminder, Article 10, Section 14 of the Stonecroft Indentures states that no trash, garbage, rubbish, refuse, debris, trash cans or trash receptacles of any type shall be stored in the open on any Lot, but shall be kept secured within the improvements located on each Lot; provided, however, after sunrise on any day designated for trash pick-up, trash, garbage, rubbish, refuse and debris secured within appropriate trash cans or receptacles may be placed at the street curbing for pick-up; and, provided, further, that trash cans or receptacles shall be removed and secured within the improvements on each Lot prior to sundown of the same day. Fines will be assessed to Lots that are in violation of this restriction.