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Street Parking Alert
The HOA is receiving complaints of street parking that is blocking access to school buses. If a school bus can’t get through, a fire truck will certainly have a problem as well. This means that ambulatory access is also restricted. The Postal vehicles cannot get to the mail boxes. Garbage trucks cannot get through to access trash cans.
Please Note: Only short-term / temporary guests are authorized to park on Community streets overnight. The term “temporary” for purposes of these policies shall be a period of no longer than twenty-four (24) hours.
If the situation is not remedied, you will find that your school kids will have to board the school bus
at the end of the block you live on or at main thoroughfare closest to your home. In some areas, this is already happening because residents refuse to park their cars off the street.
We ask for your cooperation – Please do not park your vehicles on the residential streets!
From time to time, homeowners will place their clippings, tree limbs, shrubs, etc., on a vacant lot across the street or HOA common area, for City of Villa Rica weekly pickup. We have checked with the City of Villa Rica, finding out they will not pick up from vacant lots or common areas. The main reason is that placing items to be picked up on vacant lots and common areas encourages “illegal dumping” by those outside your area. Therefore please place at the curb on your lot only to ensure pickup. If you do see anyone dumping onto a vacant lot or common area, please get a tag number and report this to the City of Villa Rica.
Sheryl Brown, Manager
NEW POOL HOURS
(August 26-September 7)
Conner Rd Pool
11-12pm Adult Swim Only
September 7th-Last Day of Pool Season
Coach Bob Dickerson has kept the tennis courts at the Club House busy as usual this season. The proud youngsters you see in the photo represent just one small group of Mirror Lake Residents that have taken part in this year’s tennis agenda. The HOA repaired the retaining wall in the photo background plus the adjoining two sides earlier this summer; Coach Bob took on the job of painting. Thanks Bob!
Note the new aluminum bleachers in the photo at the south end of the courts.
There are two new sets of bleachers for your tennis enjoyment or a nice spot to cool when you are on your walk around the Community.
Sheryl Brown, Manager
Marlins Bring Home the Trophy!
Friendly Reminders from the HOA Office