Thursday, April 30, 2009

Lost Cat

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Dog Walk - Raise money for The American Cancer Society

Friends and Neighbors,
I am organizing a doggie walk Go to fullsize image to raise money for The American Cancer Society. You can help fight back against cancer by making a $5.00 donation and take your four legged friend for a walk around Harrington Grove. Your friend will get a purple bandana to sport for the cause.
If you would like to sport a T-shirt I am taking orders that say "fight like a girl" they are brown with pink writing and have the pink breast cancer ribbon on it. The cost is $12 for short sleeve and $18 for long sleeve. I also have koozies for $3 with same saying. All orders and money need to be turned in by Monday March 23rd.
If you only want to register for the doggie walk you can do so by sending in the registration form, email mgoodwin1dakota@yahoo.com or phone 919-413-7068.
Thank you for all your support,
Maureen Goodwin

Doggie Walk Registration

Name:____________________

Address:__________________

Email:____________________

Phone #:__________________

Dog's Name:_______________

Dog's Size: Small___ Med___ Large___

The date for the walk will be Saturday April 18th. By chance if it rains we will walk on Sunday the 19th.

Check in will begin at 9:30am at the pool parking lot, with the walk beginning at 10:00am.

Contact: Maureen Goodwin

5213 Covington Bend Dr

Raleigh, NC 27613

mgoodwin1dakota@yahoo.com

919-413-7068

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Dog Found!

Male, 1-2 yrs. Found in Harrington Pines neighborhood near Shady Grove & Leesville Rd. He is very obedient, playful and affectionate.

Please contact acalascione@gmail.com if you are the owner or would like to give this dog a home.

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Thursday, February 05, 2009

Updated Architectural Standards

USPS service delivery truck in a residential a...Image via Wikipedia

Please note that the Architectural Standards have been updated to include specifications for house (address) numbers:



House Number (Mailbox and Property Structure)

Mailbox House Number

The United States Postal Service (USPS) requires the house number be visibly displayed on the mailbox. To ensure consistency throughout Harrington Grove, the following standards apply:

  • House number(s) must be attached to the mailbox post on either the horizontal or vertical post surface, on the side of the post in the direction of travel of the mail carrier's normal route. Mounting house numbers on more than one side of the mailbox post is optional and not required.

  • The size (height) of the numbers must be not less than 2” (two inches) in height, and not exceed 4” (four inches) in height. There is no font style requirement.

  • Numbers will be manufactured of plastic or metal; self-adhesive paper or peel-off numbers are not permitted.

  • The requisite colors for numbers are black or a brass/gold finish. As an alternative, “white numbers on a black background” or “black on white” reflective numbers are permitted provided the reflective numbers meet the 2” to 4” height requirement and are manufactured of either plastic or metal.

  • If landscaping (such as bushes or climbing vines) is placed around or near the mailbox post, homeowners are responsible to maintain and trim the landscaping to provide visibility of the mailbox post house number.

Property Structure House Number

The Harrington Grove developer installed address house numbers on each home facing the street to comply with the 911 Emergency Call System. To maintain consistency throughout Harrington Grove, the following standards apply:

· It shall be the responsibility of the owner of any residential structure in Harrington Grove to install and maintain a house number sign, which conforms to the requirements of this ARC standard.

  • House number(s) must be mounted flat on the front of the home’s primary residence wall siding, trim, support post or pillar of the principal structure with an unobstructed and front view from the street.

  • The required colors for numbers are either black or a brass/gold finish.

  • The sizes (height) of house structure numbers are not less than 3” (three inches) and not more than 6” (six inches) in height. There is no font style requirement.
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Monday, February 02, 2009

New Board Member!

Please welcome Dan Cronin as the newest HGOA Board Member!

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Interested in joining the HOA Board?

We are looking to fill an open slot on the Board. If you're interested, please contact us and include a short bio.

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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Loose leaf collection is underway

Seasonal leaf collection started on November 12. Click here to learn more.

Otherwise, all yard waste must be placed in CLEAR plastic bags. Please do not use black bags as the City will not collect them.

Reminder: The Commons and Woods are private roads and the City will not collect loose leafs from streets within those subdivisions.

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Raleigh Permanent Water Conservation Rules

Raleigh Permanent Water Conservation Rules

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