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|Next Monthly Board Meeting|
|Date:||Thursday, December 11, 2014|
|Agenda:|| View/Print Agenda|
President's Bulletin Board:
|Sign thieves went to court on November 21. They received monitored probation, must stay drug and alcohol free with a test weekly for that and 40 hours of community service. I think our signs may stay put for a long while now!|
|Some Board members were out on Saturday (November 22) to remove brush and tree limbs that are or might be in future obstructing sight lines at Stop signs and on curves. We had a lot of folks wave and smile so I guess the effort was appreciated. We still plan to remove some larger trees as well. |
|I'd like to wish everyone a Happy Holiday season and let's hope for minimal snow! Remember if you want to be on the list to have your driveway plowed for $25 after roads are cleared, contact T.J. Wright. |
|I've started my pile of tree limbs and such, planning on the April chipping event. Just remember to keep a log of hours spent to give to Karen Pilkerton before the event. |
|Please read through your bylaws, covenants and deed of dedication. One important item to remember is that use of ATVs on our roads is not allowed by our Covenants. |
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|Malvern Events Planning Meeting|
|Date:||Sunday, December 21|
|Time:||2:00 pm |
Patrick Henry made his, "Give me Liberty or Give me Death" speech in the 1760s. He was a recognized orator in his time and made the speech as part of his opposition to the Stamp Act.
Opened in 1964, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel is 18 miles long and has two bridges and two mile-long tunnels. It extends over the mouth of Chesapeake Bay and connects the cities of St. Charles and Norfolk.
Virginia has had three capital cities: Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Richmond.
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