Aug. 26, 2018 PMHA summer block party

This is a great way to get to know your neighbors, new and old!

When: Sunday Aug. 26th @ 3pm

Where: Common area off Marilyn near the pond

PMHA will provide hotdogs, Raising Cane’s chicken, juice boxes, water, plates and silverware.

What to bring: Chairs for your family and a side dish or dessert

  • If your house number ends with an odd number, please bring a side dish
  • If your house number ends with an even number, please bring a dessert

How can you help?

  • If you have a big folding table or canopy that you are willing to setup for us, or if you have any yard games, that would be greatly appreciated.

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2018 Annual Meeting

The annual meeting will be Sat Feb 17th at 10am; held in the large meeting room at the Orange branch of the Delaware Cty library.


*** UPDATE ***

Please find the meeting notes attached.

2018 PMHA Annual Meeting

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Trash Bin Screens

Good Morning Piatt Meadows Neighborhood Members,

On behalf of the trustees, I thank you for your patience as we took our time in discussing how we want to interpret the deed restriction relating to trash bins and what we would accept as an acceptable screen. Please see the attached document link below for more details.

Any homeowner who wishes to keep their bins outside, and doesn’t currently have an acceptable screen, must have a design/plan submitted to the design review committee by Dec. 1, 2017. The submission to the DRC must also include a timeline of implementation. We understand that some plans may need to be constructed in the spring. In order for us to work with you, we need to understand both the design and installation.


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August Trustee Meeting Notes

Please see attachment for the meeting minutes from the most recent trustee meeting (date 8.13.17)


Trustee Meeting_8.13.17

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AEP – Smart Meter Upgrades

Hello Members,

AEP sent out information regarding their meter replacement program they are completing. This upgrade switches out the current meters with new smart meters. This will allow the utility to remotely read your meter and provide you access with usage data. The upgrade is no charge to homeowners. There are only charges if you wish to decline having the new smart meter. Please see their FAQ’s on the link below, and other information in the attached media that was distributed.

Note: AEP will reach out to each homeowner by mail and phone prior to installing the new meters. Expect this to take place in our neighborhood mid September.


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