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Pool is opened everyday (weather premitting) from 11am to 7pm
POOL ID PICTURES ARE TAKEN AT THE POOL GATE WEDNESDAYS - SUNDAYS BETWEEN NOON AND 6:00PM
NO ID PICTURES ARE TAKEN ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY.
IF YOU ARE A TENANT AND NEED A POOL ID PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR LEASE. ALL ADULTS MUST BRING ID WHEN OBTAINING AN ID. GUESTS 15 YEARS AND OLDER NEED ID TO ENTER THE POOL. POOL RULES REMAIN THE SAME AS LAST YEAR. RULES ARE AVAILABLE ON LINE, AT POOL, OR IN OUR OFFICE.
ADRC Members Needed
We are in need of three ADRC Committee Members. If interested contact Debbie by email or phone!
ADRC meetings will be held every second Tuesday of the month. If no applications are received and the meeting is cancelled, please check this website for additional information. For upcoming agenda and minutes from our last meeting go to architectural committee. There are seats opened for this committee. Please contact Debbie or Sande if interested.
SPEED LIMIT IN THE COMMUNITY
Be aware that the police will be strictly enforcing the 25 AND 30 miles per hour speed limit in the community and monitoring the bus stops. Please remember to stop when a school bus has it's flashing lights on. If you pass it you could receive a 5 point violation.
If you are waiting for the bus in your car you must be 50 feet from the stop sign.
PETITION FOR SPEED HUMPS
Barry Wright dropped off a petition that needs to be signed by anyone who would like to have speed humps installed in our development. These speed humps would be funded by the township. If anyone would like to volunteer to go around and get the signatures please contact the management office at 856-875-7676. Or you can just stop in and sign. We need as many signatures as we can get.
Please be kind to your neighbors and help preserve and enhance our development by picking up after your dog.
Winslow Township reports that they can fine up to $1000 for a violation of this ordinance. Dog waste is a threat to the health of our children, degrades our community and transmits disease. Please clean up after your dog—it is the law.
If you see that someone is not picking up the dog waste please contact animal control. Animal control can be reached through the non-emergency police number at 1-609-561-3300.