Give ‘em a Break

Hello Neighbors,

Laurie Conney here with a gentle reminder to give our resident turtles a break by slowing down and anticipating “turtle crossings.”  In fact, I did just that today along Ridgetop Drive and it felt great!

The high risk crossings that I know of seem to occur along the stretch of Ridgetop Drive- that used to have 2 turtle crossing signs-and around Lake Eaton outlets. Please think about letting your school bus, fuel delivery and ground transportation drivers know to look out for them as well!


Okay that’s it and thanks for the consideration:)

Thank You!

“Heartfelt thanks to everyone who participated in this years Spring Roadside Cleanup event. I can’t tell you how good it feels to see our neighborhood clean and cared for!
Should you have feedback to share, please feel free to email me with your thoughts or suggestions for our Fall Roadside Cleanup (date tba) event.
Again, thank you!”

Laurie Conney
Adopt-A-Road Member

Acres Self Guided Spring Cleanup Event

REMINDER:  Acres Self Guided Cleanup Event

-April 30th as cleanup date for a self guided event.

-for those unable to participate on that date, cleanup is encouraged to take place that preceding Monday-Friday

-limited pickers/bags are available in advance by emailing Knut or myself

-all participants are encouraged to manage their own waste. If unable to do so, they can leave their bags behind the pavilion no later than 4pm on Saturday, April 30th.

To RSVP or if you have any questions please contact:
Laurie Conney –
Knut Sauer –