[I know today is the 7th, marking the two-year, one-month anniversary of the beating. I am making an effort to minimize this to myself.]
It went without a hitch. The Architectural Review Committee (an adjunct of the Board of Directors), made-up of residents from Ashburn Village, was entirely supportive. Even offering suggestions to improve upon our design. I’m thankful for this group of people who volunteer their time to benefit the residents and community.
I suspect I would be reporting differently if this were the decision of the Homeowners’ office (HOA). These are paid employees that might or might not live in our development. As I understand it, most don’t.
By all indications, the project will begin next week. From what I can gather, this is a two or three day project. The concrete will need a couple of days to set-up for foot traffic. It actually takes a month for the concrete to completely harden so that we could get a vehicle on it without damaging it.
I now have something I need to resolve. How do I remove snow from such a massive area? A snow blower is obviously the answer, but these are expensive. An electrical model is much cheaper and I could probably make it work. But, given the sheer size of a removal, a gas-powered unit might be my only practical choice.But, I’ll probably sacrifice practicality for savings.
I’ll need to look into these. If anyone locally is selling one (electric or gas), please contact me.
- Concrete Project Before Committee Tonight (ryansrally.org) Yesterday.