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.
A number of Stonecroft residents brought forward a proposal to the quarterly board meeting(s) with a recommendation to the board to select a single refuse company. There were several valid rationales presented to the board including, but not limited to the following:
The board would like to personally thank Tory Gambino who led this effort. With the assistance from homeowners, we can accomplish a lot to help keep our subdivision one of the premier neighborhoods in St. Charles.
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.
Maintenance to our front entrance monument is long overdue. The monument has been neglected for some time and needed to be addressed before the costs became unmanageable for the subdivision.The Board unanimously approved maintenance of the monument including tuck pointing, brick replacement, cleaning, and sealing.