Noise No person shall operate power, lawn, garden or construction equipment in the.
The Association is responsible for maintaining or removing any tree in an enclosed patio or backyard that was growing there beforethe date Fairlington was converted to condominiums. Fairlington Villages, A Condominium Association Revised May 20, FAIRLINGTON VILLAGES TRASH & RECYCLING POLICIES Evergreen trees utilized for decorative purposes during the holidays should be placed at the curb patio or deck; including, but not limited to such items as appliances, fixtures, carpet.
landscape-quality trees valued at 57, (an average cost ofper tree). Replacement of trees located in the sidewalk median strips is the responsibility of Arlington County and the City of Alexandria. Asso-ciation management has reported the dead and dying trees in these areas to county and city arborists.
The county will remove the trees. all, dollar tree haul august 16 2018 trees either died or declined to the point where they need to be removed. In June, the Board approved Lancaster Landscapes to schedule the removals.
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The As-sociation has a stated goal of one replacement tree for every tree that was removed. The replacement trees will be placed in locations recommended by the Grounds. FAIRLINGTON VILLAGES, A CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS to ask that the Board institute measures to protect trees from damage when heavy vehicles are Change The Swing of the Patio Door Ms. Dies moved the Board approve the September 24, variance request from the homeowner at S.
former issue of the Fairlington Bulletin and the other a concern regarding patio services. Both were resolved. (APS signed an agreement with Fairlington Villages to share 15 spaces at were not removing trees unnecessarily. former issue of the Fairlington Bulletin and the other a concern regarding patio services.
Littering Littering on sidewalks, streets and public places is prohibited.
Both were resolved. (APS signed an agreement with Fairlington Villages to share 15 spaces at were not removing trees unnecessarily. Fairlington Villages (or North Fairlington) is a single association with units. On the southeast side of I, approximately the same number of units are divided into six associations- the Arbor, Commons, Glen, Green, Meadows, and Mews, varying in size from to units.
Each association is governed by its own board of directors.