our neighbor has enlisted!
every crack accumulates biomass, but eventually that biomass consumes the pavement:-\ road maintenance is the responsibility of the state, and sidewalks the county, but significant damage will be done, not to mention a shabby appearance, while we wait for them to act, if they ever do;-\ homeowners should simply hit the growth with roundup, either individually or thru the hoa…
The Loudoun Tribune featured our neighbors in this week’s edition…has it really been a decade???
The HOA welcomes Stephen Wesley & Jessy Campbell Wiggins, who closed on 4 Blackbird Ct 9June, and Julie & Mark Calcagni, 13 Coloma Ct on 2June.
the first developer in cardinal glen was birchwood homes: the model homes were the first 3 houses on cgc facing the bahai church; those models can be seen on both sides of down cgc almost to coloma ct. the county originally wanted our street to go thru to sugarland run…that would certainly have been better for traffic, but not for cardinal glen as a great neighborhood;-)
luckily for us, the property behind us was not for sale…it was a farm occupied by renters who were very nice people who had moved out to the country to escape the big city, and whose son was the subject of a police pursuit, complete with helicopter, after he knocked off a 7-11 in fairfax & ran home to momma memorial day w/e 1984…so the builder petitioned to county to allow a circle, and the rest is history;-)
there is also a story that building was suspended when graves were found…and a resident of red wing ct says he saw a bright glow over the stream one night, and has pictures to prove it…somewhere;-)
Suzanne Volpe, Supervisor in our Algonkian District, urges us to attend this meeting.
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