Friday, August 27, 2010

Sewer structures are being raised to final grade in the roadway. The contractor is anticipating starting landscape repairs the week after Labor Day. Residents are reminded that their sprinkler systems should be reinstalled before the sod is placed.

Friday, August 20, 2010

The binder level of asphalt is complete, as well as all the driveways. The landscaper should be coming in soon to grade and shape behind the new curbs. Sod will not be placed until after September 1st, as it is just too hot right now!! After the sod gets placed, the surface will be installed. Residents are reminded to start reinstalling sprinkler systems, pet fence wiring and brick amenities before the sod is completed.

Friday, August 13, 2010

The concrete work on the curb & gutters and driveways is complete! The contractor is on site today filling in behind the curb in preparation for asphalt on Monday. The binder level of asphalt (binder is the bottom level, surface is the top) will be placed on Monday and Tuesday. Asphalt drive ways should be installed next week. Here’s some pictures of the concrete curb & gutter being placed.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

The road excavation has been completed on Polo and on Windsor from Central to just past the intersection with Polo. This is scheduled to be completed next Monday, with curb installation scheduled for the middle of next week. Residents will receive a letter explaining this operation; curb is going to be placed on both sides of the road. All cars must be out of their driveways by 7 AM on the day curb starts (due to the chance of weather delays, I’m not 100% certain which day this will be. We will confirm with the contractor before sending out notices). The curb will be poured, most likely in two days, along with the few concrete drives that are on Windsor. Concrete takes 72-hours to cure (harden and strengthen), during which cars cannot be driven over it. Once the driveways and curb can be driven on, the contractor will remove the barricades and place temporary stone ramps.