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Trashcan Storage Guideline Reminder
Posted on Jan 25th, 2017
Below is an email that was distributed to everyone in 2015 regarding a rule established in 2012. Please review and make sure you are in compliance. This issue is by far one of the biggest complaints and violations issued in your community. If you are unclear as to the standard, please reach out and ask. You can click on the link above for the letter with the specifics or you can look under Documents and Forms to find it.
I hope you are all enjoying the summer in your beautiful community. In order to help keep it that way, we need to remind you of an issue that has been building lately and need everyone to do their part to fix it. Please read the attachment regarding trash cans. As you can see, this is not a new policy. It has been in effect since 2012. While most of you are in compliance with this regulation, many of you are not whether it is because you are new to the community since then and weren’t aware or have just gotten away from the habit of complying. Either way, I wanted to reissue this letter and remind everyone of the regulations. The letter and the attached visual aids are pretty clear on what is required. Please take immediate steps to be sure you are in compliance with this issue.
Also, you should all be aware by now of the new trash and recycling schedule. If you are not, you can contact the Town of Huntersville or Advanced Disposal for specific clarification. The reason I mention this is if you are putting your cans out because you’re not sure of when pickup is, you could get cited. Additionally, it has been brought up that on weeks when trash doesn’t run on the normal day due to a holiday that we will not issue violations because at this point, the adjusted schedule isn’t always predictable.
As always, please feel free to mention this to your neighbors and be sure they are receiving these informational emails. If they are not, please ask them to email firstname.lastname@example.org so they can get added to the lists. Properly informed neighbors help keep the community safe, clean and a more desirable place to visit.
Chris Chaffin, CMCA®
Director of Management – Davidson Area
Kuester Management Group