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Eradicating Poison Hemlock Plan
Posted on Aug 18, 2021
The HOA Board has met with several members of the PA Dept of Agriculture as well as Penn State Extension Agents to discuss the best course of eradicating the poison hemlock from the HOA property. We took that plan and discussed it with several vendors until we found one that was capable of handling our project. We have retained the services of Mission Pest Management to start the project on September 1, weather permitting.Read More >>
Poisonous Hemlock Found In HOA
Posted on Jul 27, 2021
The HOA Board was notified by the Township that we had what could be poisonous Hemlock in the field towards the golf course. The Board has been working with Penn State’s Extension office and have today confirmed that we do indeed have this invasive weed on the property. This weed will kill humans and animals if ingested in small amounts, per the attached links from Ohio State University and Penn State University. Do not touch the weeds either because getting the plant's oil on your hands and transferring it to your eyes, nose or mouth will also lead to poisoning.
An additional area to the east of Alex Ct. running along the access road for the nature trail also has poisonous Hemlock but no other areas were found on the HOA property. The Board has put up caution tape around the known areas. We ask that everyone stay away from these areas as we work to have the plants removed. Because the Board is just starting to work through this we do not have a lot of information yet but updates will be made on the website and Facebook as we continue dealing with this invasive species.
Poison Hemlock and Wild Parsnip: Control Them Now! Link with more information Ohio State
Poison Hemlock is Aggressively Spreading Across Pennsylvania Link with more information Penn State Extension
Sidewalk Repair & Replacement
Posted on Apr 26, 2021
The HOA Board has selected Berry's Construction and Excavating LLC to do the sidewalk repair, replacement and construction on the sidewalk that the HOA is responsible for maintaining. For any resident who needs to repair their own sidewalks or perform other concrete or paver projects around their homes, we are providing Marlin Berry's contact information.Read More >>
Butler County Web Site Link
Posted on Mar 23, 2020