Introducing the Bizzy Ladies Club

October 10, 2012

Hi Ridgeview Ladies:

Do you have a business you would like to grow and network with other ladies in the neighborhood? We can also sponsor and volunteer at RVR events as a group. Let’s set up a meeting to see what the level of interest, participation, and ideas will be to move forward.

Please email Lori Ward (Lori@LoriWard.com, 972-897-9273) with your contact information and what evenings are best for you to meet. We will set up a meeting time and place based on the results.

TREES…Trees…trees

October 5, 2012

It was a tough summer and your landscaping might need some attention.  Some of us lost trees and other shrubs.  Fall can be a great time to plant new ones.  The Architectural Control Committee reminds you about the HOA Design and Development Standards for Landscaping:

Homeowners are required to maintain, at a minimum, a landscaping package consistent with what the builder installed at the time of original home construction.  This includes foundation shrubs in the front of the house and a minimum of one (1) tree in the front yard, with a minimum of 3” caliper.  Any replacements must be of similar size and type to original plantings, and must be of the native region to promote aesthetic harmony within the community.

Application and copies of plans (drawings) for any major changes to landscaping, including but not limited to wall, retaining walls, fences, TREES, and shrubbery, must be submitted to and approved by the ACC prior to commencement of landscaping work and/or construction.

Required landscaping maintenance includes keeping grass cut and planter areas and sidewalks and driveways free of weeds.  Sidewalks should be maintained and properly edged.  Dead vegetation (e.g., trees, shrubbery, etc.) is required to be removed within 30 days.

For more information about the standards or for questions concerning the ACC, please visit: http://ridgeviewranch.org/acc/