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1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the park or at the entrance to the community.
Next Meeting - Sunday February 1, 2015 at the entrance of community @ 4:30pm
2. The Executive meets every last Saturday of the month.
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• Quarterly payment - $500
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Given recent developments, it appears more probable that the community Gazebo should be back on the agenda by the first quarter 2015. We will inform you further as soon as the information is at a reportable stage.
Please note that there will be a General Meeting this Sunday February 1, 2015 at the entrance to the community starting at 4:30pm.
1) Fixing of Internal Roads
2) Maintenance Dues Collection
3) Projects to be undertaken for 2015
Bring your neighbour and come early.
It is our intention to do spruce-up the first 100 metres of the community entrance leading to the security. Thus far, we have consulted with a few residents with a greater knowledge of plant care and the following plants have been identified:
Red & Yellow Ixora
This flowering plant is a common ornamental throughout tropical regions and comes in a variety of colours and species. It is native to India and Sri Lanka. This is a fairly small, bushy shrub, usually only 5-10ft (5m) tall. There are dwarf varieties that are much smaller. Ixora will flower when only a few inches high. It is commonly used for hedges or as a complement to other flowering plants. Ixora is too tender to grow outside of the tropics and subtropics. It prefers a warm, humid climate with temperatures rarely dipping below 60 degrees fahrenheit, and has only moderate drought tolerance. These plants grow either in the shade or full sunlight.
Oleander is a shrub or small tree that is native to Morocco, areas around the Mediterranean and Asia. As an evergreen, it will stay beautiful year-round. Known for its easy-to-care-for nature and enchanting, colorful blooms, oleanders make nice ornamental plants for those gardeners who don't want a lot of fuss.
· We are seeking five persons to form a beautification committee
· We need approximately 60 plants and each plant costs about $350.00
· Persons wishing to be a member of the beautification committee and residents wishing to make a
contribution can call Donald Tomlinson at 540-2460
· Once the committee is formed and the funding identified, the beautification exercise will commenced. We anticipate before January 30, 2015.
We are in the process of finalizing details with the contractor. We expect road repairs to commence no later than the first week of January 2015.