We received a delivery of 18 yards of Cypress chips--the maximum the landscape truck could haul--for the play area at the park. The chips will be spread over the weekend. We will likely need an additional six or more yards to bring the chips up to the recommended depth around the play structure fall areas while providing a good depth for long-term... Continue Reading →
We will have a community wide yard sale on Saturday, April 1, from 7:30 AM to 3 PM. To participate, simply exhibit your items in your driveway. We will advertise this event on social media, in The State paper, and with signs on Broad River Road. Rain date is Saturday, April 8.
The 2017 annual meeting will be held tonight at 6:30 PM at River Springs Church. The meeting agenda will be as follows: Neighborhood Watch - Elinor Fibel and Deputy Gabr Review of Budget and Actuals - MJS Election of Two Board Members - MJS If you would like to run for the board or know someone... Continue Reading →
Please join us in welcoming our new Neighborhood Watch committee chair Elinor Fibel. Elinor will be leading efforts to educate folks on safety and keep us informed of issues in the area around our community. Elinor will be speaking more about her role and the neighborhood watch at our upcoming annual meeting. Details will be provided in the annual meeting notice you... Continue Reading →
After six years, the street signs and posts are again showing some age. The signs were last replaced in 2010 at a cost of $3,400. The posts were painted at the same time by board members Cris Samuel and Maureen Kline (BIG thank you!), a savings of over $1,000 based on estimates we received at... Continue Reading →
The board has been discussing options for the Ark/boat. We considered a restoration project, but ultimately decided on a replacement. We feel a new play structure with more appeal to a broader range of kids is the best option. We also like the idea of using a structure design that is open, ensuring that folks... Continue Reading →
The board has approved an expansion of the flower bed at the base of the waterfall. The bed will be expanded by 12-18 inches along the front and sides of the bed. Hopefully, this expansion will create a greater focal point and more color pop with a mass planting of summer and winter annuals. A... Continue Reading →
SCDOT held a public information meeting on the I-26 Widening Project on Thursday, October 13. The I-26 Widening Project proposes to improve the capacity and safety of the I-26 corridor from roughly exit 85 (SC 202) to exit 101 (US 176). This will involve adding an additional lane in each direction as well as interchange improvements. I talked with Michael Hood,... Continue Reading →