Ronald Phillips

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Annual Meeting November 18

We will have our annual meeting, starting at 7 at the Clubhouse. Tentative Agenda   Election of Board Members- each board member serves a one year term.  The current board of Phillips, Steinhoff and Falkinowski have volunteered to serve another year, but if anyone has an interest in also serving, please contact one of us.  …

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Lock Your Cars

There have been a couple of thefts this past weekend from cars that were unlocked and/or attempted break in to a locked car.  Please be vigilant.  Good idea to leave on outdoor lights and keep valuables out of site if left in the vehicle.  If you see something suspicious, call the Franklin County Sheriff.

Toy Drive and Social

Hope to see many residents this Saturday at the Clubhouse for a Fall Social- please bring a toy for Toys for Tots to help local children this year.

Reflectors Added to Intersections

We have added reflectors in the intersections to help drivers safely make it around the turns without driving off of the edge of the newly paved roads.  This should help in keeping the edge of the streets in tact.

Annual Meeting November 18

The Rivers Edge HOA annual meeting will be held on Sunday evening, November 18 at 7:00 p,m, in the Clubhouse.  Our covenants require the meeting to be held in November.  An agenda will be posted as we get closer to the date.

Paving Starts Wednesday, September 19

Rian’s Paving will start the paving project tomorrow.  The plan is to start at the back of the neighborhood and work towards the front. On Wednesday, he will: Mobilize his equipment. Road preparation including the removal of any dirt/grass that is covering the existing roadway. His schedule (subject to weather) is: Starting on Rivers Edge, …

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Speed Table Yes or No

We had a real nice social event last night and as the paving is about to begin (this Wednesday), the conversation of speed tables came up as one of the constant complaints is speeding, particularly on Oak Grove Church Road. Included is a photo of what a speed table will look like if approved. The …

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Sunday Social, Meet our Sheriff

We will have a small social tomorrow night at 6:30.  Our guest will be Sheriff Ken Winstead.  This is a good opportunity to hear about law enforcement in Franklin County.  Also an update on the roads and gas installation that is moving ahead.  Drinks and snacks provided.  Hope to see everyone there.

7 Steps

As the gas line infrastructure is nearing completion it is time for those considering moving to natural gas to review these steps in preparation of converting soon. Once you decide to install natural gas, converting your home involves seven simple steps: Converting to Natural Gas A local PSNC Energy representative will complete the paperwork necessary …

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NC DOT PERMITS_GAS PIPELINE

Permits have been issued by NCDOT to PSNC that will allow them to bore under Hwy 96 and then continue with gas pipeline installation on Oak Grove Church Road in Wake County so they can tap into the active gas supply.  Target date for this work to be completed is early October. (depending on weather …

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