Recently you received a link to the new ARC Guidelines. The ARC Request Form has been changed to match the new Guidelines and is attached. Starting with all October submissions, this is the form that will be required. Please get rid of any copies of the previous form to avoid confusion. New Request Form
WE HAVE BEEN CHALLENGED! Those of us in Morrisville who want all traffic relief options kept on the table have been challenged by Council Member Rao to produce 500 signatures in support of keeping the Crabtree Crossing Extension (CCE) in the proposed Transportation Plan by 4 PM today ahead of tonight’s vote. He says he is undecided and is the swing vote right now. Council Members Liz Johnson, Vicki Johnson and Jerry Windle are voting tonight to keep it in the Plan. Residents at this end of town need to keep being active and speaking up to have our needs counted in Morrisville. Mayor Cawley told Church St area neighbors who gathered at the clubhouse a few weeks ago that the wishes of Preston matter more on this than our traffic relief needs. Do you agree? Our Town is around 6 square miles. This affects all of us. This Change.org is to tell the Council to keep this potential future connection from Town Hall Drive to Morrisville Parkway IN the proposed Plan to protect the Right of Way to the land. If it comes out of the Plan, the right of way could well be lost. The Council has been hearing from neighbors in the Preston neighborhood (many are Cary residents, not Morrisville) that they want this taken out of the plan. (Just the Plan, not an actual proposed project right now.) If you want to show that traffic is our main concern with the growth of our town and you want this option to remain as a potential solution down the road, please sign this before 4 PM! https://www.change.org/p/the-residents-of-morrisville-morrisville-long-range-transportation-plan?recruiter=13295650&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial.pacific_abi_select_all_contacts.select_all.pacific_abi_gmail_send.variation.pacific_email_copy_en_gb_4.v1.pacific_email_copy_en_us_3.control.pacific_email_copy_en_us_5.v1.lightning_share_by_medium_message.control.lightning_2primary_share_options_more.control&utm_term=psf_combo_share_initial.pacific_abi_gmail_send.variation.pacific_abi_select_all_contacts.select_all.pacific_email_copy_en_gb_4.v1.pacific_email_copy_en_us_3.control.pacific_email_copy_en_us_5.v1.lightning_share_by_medium_message.control.lightning_2primary_share_options_more.control For extra credit, email the Council at firstname.lastname@example.org
As you know the work the Town of Morrisville planned for last week had to be moved due to the hurricane. The plans are resuming this week. Per the Town: “The contractor will start repairing some of the sidewalk sections on Wednesday, but will not begin in the alleys until Friday. This will allow the trash and recycling service to be fully completed this Thursday. The alleys that are being repaired will be blocked off Friday evening, with access granted by late Monday afternoon.” The Board tried hard to get this moved to next week due to the sogginess of our grass areas, to no avail. The Town assures us that they will take utmost care due to the abundant hurricane rains and not to cause any damage. If you feel there is damage on your propery, please contact Dawn Raab in Public Works (email@example.com). Alley work locations: 1104 Historic 2216 Historic 2504 Historic 1004 Governess 1108 Euphony 1012 Crinoline 2125 Aventon 1113 Circadian 1121 Pemberly 1204 Oatney 1117 Hemby Ridge 1213 Hemby Ridge 1300 Hemby Ridge 1805 Glade Valley 1416 Legendary 1332 Legendary Legendary between Gold Rock and Grantsboro Grand Liberty between Kit Creek and Legendary Grand Liberty at Kit Creek incoming (from Church St) Glade Valley at Kit Creek (South side)
Starting Friday, September 14 the Town of Morrisville will be making concrete repairs in some of the sidewalks and alleyway aprons. The sections that the town will be repairing cannot be walked or driven on until Tuesday, September 18. No alleys will be closed completely; just one end will be closed. Below are the nearest addresses to the alley aprons that will be closed Friday-Tuesday. 1104 Historic 2216 Historic 2504 Historic 1004 Governess 1108 Euphony 1012 Crinoline 2125 Aventon 1113 Circadian 1121 Pemberly 1204 Oatney 1117 Hemby Ridge 1213 Hemby Ridge 1300 Hemby Ridge 1805 Glade Valley 1416 Legendary 1332 Legendary Legendary between Gold Rock and Grantsboro Grand Liberty between Kit Creek and Legendary Grand Liberty at Kit Creek incoming (from Church St) Glade Valley at Kit Creek (South side) If you have any questions please contact Dawn Raab with the Town of Morrisville at DRaab@townofmorrisville.org
In the pool packet we all received last spring, the pool closing time shows a change from 9 PM to 8 PM at the beginning of August. This is an adjustment due to sunset being earlier and earlier as the season concludes. As you know, our pool does not have the necessary lighting for evening hours. There was some confusion these last few days because our previous management company didn’t properly communicate with TA last fall, resulting in them unknowingly not being on the same page about the date of this change. Everything was worked out yesterday and the original hours stand: for August and September, the pool closes at 8 PM. Other hours remain the same: adult lap swim is 6 AM – 9 AM and the pool opens at 9 AM. The last day of the season is Sunday, September 16th.
The Board is delighted to announce that the playground repairs have been completed! To celebrate its completion please come out to the playground on Friday, July 27 for juice boxes and cookies from 2-4 pm!
Yesterday our vendor informed us that the work at the playground is taking much longer than expected. We asked for a new estimate on their completion date and have now received it. Unfortunately the playground will need to be closed until Tuesday, July 24th. They will do everything they can to try to be done sooner but want to be conservative and not have to delay further. Thanks for your patience! If you have any questions please call the HOA office at 919-659-1214
Pool Reopens on Schedule! With the disgusting weather yesterday, most were not inconvenienced by the pool closure. Triangle Aquatics worked through the day in the rain replacing the damaged tiles to get us back up and running on time today. The pool will reopen at 9am! If you happen to see a Triangle Aquatics person as you're at the pool today, thank them for hustling yesterday to get us back into compliance! Thank you! The Kitts Creek Board of Directors
Pool Closed (All Day) June 26th (Tuesday) Good morning Kitts Creek! We have a bit of pool maintenance that needs to take place as soon as possible in order for our pool to stay compliant with state codes. This includes fixing some broken tiles and replacing a few valves. In order to perform this maintenance, Triangle Aquatics will need to drain some of the water from the pool, perform the fixes, allow them to cure and then refill the water. This will require a full day's closure. The HOA Board along with the Pool Committee and Swim Team have chosen June 26th so that we can lessen the impact on the community. The pool will operate normally on Monday June 25th, will be closed all day on Tuesday the 26th, and should open at it's normal time on Wednesday June 27th. We will send a follow up eblast letting you know for sure. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the HOA office. Thank you for your cooperation as we work to keep our swimming experience clean and safe! Best, Carlie Cobbett, CMCA, AMS Kitts Creek Community Manager Phone: 919.659.1214 6333 Kit Creek Road Morrisville, NC 27560
The HOA Board has often heard the request for an opt in lawn care maintenance program for the single family homes that is similar to those of the Bungalow homes. It has been hard to find a quality vendor willing to do this on an opt in basis (versus an entire section of the neighborhood) but we have found one! The full contract is attached so you can see the full list of services but the quick breakdown of what they will take care of is: -Mowing, edging, trimming and blowing off sidewalks/driveways/etc -Weeding and weed prevention for all flowers beds -Tree & shrub pruning, fertilizing and insect prevention -Grass fertilizations throughout the year and fall aeration and seeding That's almost all you need (besides watering which will still be up to you)! All of this spread out in payments of $175/month for 12 months. (This is pretty equivalent to what you might currently be paying someone to mow your yard weekly and for a service like Trugreen!) Now we need to hear from you! Please let us know if you: (Please click one link to vote) (a) Love this idea and think the price is fair for the services provided and would likely join (b) Love the idea of an opt in program but would not join at this price point (c) Would not join an opt in program no matter the cost