Public Meeting on RezoningThe City of Edmonton has sent a letter to
residents of Blackburne Creek to inform them of a public information
meeting to be held in Twin Brooks regarding the planned rezoning of 40
Blackburn Drive, the property just east of the 111 Street intersection.
Here's information on the meeting:
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm
Location: George P. Nicholson School
1120 - 113 Street
The Blackburne Creek Homeowners' Association conducted an informal
survey to determine how residents felt about the development and the
information on the results can be found on our website.
Lesson Learned the Hard Way
homeowners who have refused to pay their association fees despite
repeated requests, now both owe close to $900 after the association
received a court judgment against them.
There's still confusion about the mandatory nature of the annual fees, so association President Brian Hawrelak has provided some interesting information on membership fees which will soon be due for another year.
Clean CommunityEach spring a neighbourhood cleanup takes place, but the Board of Directors has decided that one won't be necessary this year. Click here for the full story.
Busy BeaversThere are been more reports of beaver
activity this spring in areas next to the creek. The HOA continues to be
in contact with the City to report beaver problems, but the easiest
solution to prevent trees from being taken down is for residents to wrap
chicken wire around the bottom of tree trunks of any tree they want to
Restaining Your Fence?If you plan to restain your fence this
spring or summer, please remember there are certain brands and colours
that you are allowed to use under the restrictive covenant to ensure a
consistent look in the community. Click here for full information.