Coyote Sightings have increased. Coyotes have been roaming in packs and may be more aggressive. Coyote mating season has begun and will continue through April. Please be ALERT to your surroundings. No area of Prestbury has been singled out to be more of a popular area. Sightings have been in backyards and along Hankes Road across from the Bliss Creek Golf Course and the common area between Dorchester and Windwood. Keep children and pets safe.
The January 2015 Annual Meeting Newsletter is here!
Dick Austin, President
Barb Atwell, Vice President & Clubhouse /Office
Beth Benson Ulrich, Secretary & Web
Laura Judd Fulton, Treasurer
Dennis Smith, Maintenance
George Hauser, Maintenance
John Lentz, Pool & Security
Jim Marchigiani, Architectual Standards
Jodee Grometer, Youth Activities.
Prestbury Rules and Regulation as amended August 12, 2014 and now amended Nov.11, 2014 by the Prestbury Citizens Associations Board.
The intent of this amendment is to provide for and control the reasonable use of fire pits whether fix or movable within the Prestbury community as well as to insurance that any said use does not infringe on anyone rights.
This is now Item 10. under Lot Maintenance. The current Item number 10 will become Item 11.
Open fire pits for the sole use of aesthetics and or warmth shall be allowed providing that appropriate safety measure are observed and that placement of such pit whether movable or fixed does not impact in any negative way on the neighbors or the community as a whole. Further in the cases of a fixed fire pit the architectural review committee of the Prestbury Board must grant approval of placement of said pit and adjoining neighbors shall be notified prior to approval.
A fire pit used under this amendment that burns or allows to be burned grass clippings, leaves, tree branches, other yard waste or garbage of any type will be in violation of said amendment and can be subject to a fine of $25.00 per incident and or forced removal of said pit with repeated occurrence.