2015 Grosse Pines Holiday Dinner
Come take some time out of your busy holiday season to enjoy a fun filled evening with neighbors! This year’s holiday dinner is a casual affair.
Place: Rochester Mills Brewery – 400 Water Street, Rochester, MI. We have reserved a back corner area near the bar with enough seating for easily 50 people. Look for the green and red balloons.
Time: Friday, December 11, 2015, at 6:30 p.m.-dinner. (A live house band with dancing will begin at 10 p.m. for those who may be interested in staying).
Price: Dinner will be all off the menu ordering with separate checks. $5/couple to cover the group reservation fee can be given to Allison Myers at the dinner.
RSVP: Please RSVP to Allison by December 8th so an accurate count can be given to the restaurant.
These event details are also available on our Facebook page.
Landscape Renovation Project Update
- Removal of dead trees across all areas and clean-up of dead branches
- Planting of replacement trees and small plant materials
- Lifting and resetting existing boulders
- Install topsoil across all areas and replant grass where necessary
- Re-shape existing beds based on revised design
- Clean-up all areas and cover with double shredded dark hardwood
The areas affected by this project do not have any irrigation. The success and ability for the new plant materials to survive will depend heavily on getting water on a regular basis during the first month. The Board will be working with residents in each of the areas and develop a simple plan to ensure irrigation is provided. Also, the Board will distribute a simple design plan for the affected residents for information regarding the details of each area.
Weather permitting, Pro-Scape Landscaping plans to begin with tree removal the last week in October and be completed by the first week of November.
We request understanding and cooperation from all the affected homeowners during the two weeks of landscaping activities. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Please be considerate of your neighbors!
The Board again wishes to remind Homeowners to be considerate of others in the management of pets. While cleaning up after pets is a given, allowing pets to roam free is a distinct danger to the pets and possibly small children. We have all seen animals on the neighborhood streets that have been killed—especially at night. Also, there have been at least two confirmed sightings of a coyote in the area. For all concerned, pets should not be allowed loose at any time and should be closely supervised.