Mowing, Trimming, and edging will occur every Thursday, weather permitting. If weather prevents yard service on Thursday, Fridays will be used as rain makeup days.Trash and recycle pick up will occur on Fridays except the week of Memorial Day when pick up will be on Saturday, June 1.Bulk trash and yard waste pick up will occur on Wednesday, June 5 and Wednesday June 19.
A special thank you to all the Park Charleston volunteers who assisted in organizingand hosting our Spring Neighborhood picnic last month:Our Park Charleston Social EventsCommittee Cathy Ballard David Crawford Karyn Hornick Margaret Zubrick Paul Carpenter – ChairpersonOther volunteers who assisted Glenn Berman Marc Taps Jim West Bobbi Walsh Gena Pedroni Randy Carpenter
Reminder – School is Out for Summer
School is out for summer break and our neighborhood children will be outside playing.Please obey the 25 MPH speed limit on our streets and drive even slower when you seechildren playing near the street.
Crime Watch Tips
With summer’s arrival, vacation may be on your minds. Here are some usefulreminders:•Don’t advertise your absence. Request your paper and mail be held, and avoidpackage deliveries.•If possible, leave an interior light or lamp on a timer to mimic an occupied home.•Have a trusted friend or neighbor watch/check on your home for suspiciousactivity.•If you leave exterior lights on at night when you’re home, a sudden change couldsignal you’re away.•If you plan to be gone for an extended vacation (lucky you!), you may reach outto the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) to advise them of your travel datesso they may make occasional “drive by” checks of your home.Remember, if you see a crime in progress or suspicious people in the neighborhood,contact TPD at 850-606-5800. As always, if you have an emergent situation, dial 911 torequest assistance.The Crime Watch Committee is still looking for members. If you think you may beinterested, contact Gena Pedroni @ 706-580-0488. Our next meeting is scheduled forJuly 16, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
Please be reminded that Tallahassee ordinances and Park Charleston Covenants require that pets be under control by leash or inside a fence. Don’t allow your pets to roam free and dig holes or destroy landscaping. Also remember that city ordinance requires picking up pet waste on public property and from neighbors’ yards.