7/18/20 – Update from the Board
Date/Time Date(s) - 07/18/2020 - 07/31/2020 12:00 am
Dear Carisbrooke residents,
The Board met on 7/16 to discuss several issues and we wanted to make you aware of the outcomes that may be of particular concern to you.
Community playgrounds –we will reopen all 4 of the community playgrounds as soon as possible, but please bear with us as we work to get the mandatory signage in place as required by the Forward Virginia Phase 3 order.
Installation of temporary above pools – A resident asked at the June meeting whether the HOA would allow the installation of temporary above ground pools in the community. A review of the Virginia and Loudoun County codes and regulations; unfortunately, would not allow for the installation of temporary above ground pools in the community. You may find more information at the following links if you would like to review the applicable codes and regulations: https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title15.2/chapter9/section15.2-921/ https://www.loudoun.gov/1447/Swimming-Pools http://drowninglaw.com/virginia-county-swimming-pool-gate-and-fence-laws/
Bridge replacement across Beaverdam Run – If you have walked across either of the HOA’s two wooden bridges crossing Beaverdam Run recently you will have noticed that they need replacement. With the development to our South the amount of waterflow down Beaverdam Run has increased dramatically since John Laing homes first installed those bridges twenty plus years ago and they have taken a beating as a result over the last few years. The Board moved to approve a proposal to replace both bridges with work expected to start in August when the water flow is expected to be at its lowest point for the longest period of time. The cost of this project will be about $40,000 and is designed to help ensure the new bridges hold up as best they can with the waterflow we now experience on a regular basis. This will impact the ability to walk completely along our path system and we will keep everyone informed on when construction will start and how long it will take.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns on any of these or other topics please send an email to our property manager at email@example.com.
Carisbrooke Board of Directors