NAC 3 has provided us with an update on the proposed gas station on the corner of Thomas Johson and Byte Dr. You’ll find the full details and additional documents within this post.
Many of our residents have voiced concerns over some of the issues the assistant Mayor was shown. NAC 3 has taken our concerns seriously and are pushing the issues to the city's leadership. Please note Gayon Sampson will be at the June 8th NAC 3meeting. We encourage NC residents to attend and make their voices heard!
At the NAC meeting April 8, a resident asked about the proposed gas station at Byte and TJ Drive. Here is the history and update of that issue. Also attached is the rough sketch "Gas Station Byte Drive" that the developers submitted to Planning for Comment as well as Planning's Review of the Plan with Modifications "Gas Pump Variance Comment Letter." The developers can adjust the plan based on the comments and resubmit.
The North Crossing HOA Board recently approved an updated version of the ARC guidelines. These can be found on the Documents page. Some key highlights include:
Paint color restrictions have been loosened; colors outside the approved pallet will be considered by the ARC on a case-by-case basis
Clarified lawn maintenance standards
Residents should trim trees and shrubs overhanging the sidewalks
Please refer to the document for a full listing of the guidelines.
Hello North Crossing,
My wife and I would like to offer up a holiday service for our community. In front of my home is a mailbox for letters to Santa. It's big, it's red, and says LETTERS TO SANTA. It's in my yard... you can’t miss it.
If your child would like a letter from Santa, they can drop a letter in the mailbox with a return address and a stamp. Santa will write them back…
At the annual meeting we selected a new board of directors. Your new board members are Doug Grimmett, Colin O'Dell, and Cyrus Chenoy. Our goal is to serve the North Crossing Homeowners association to the best of our abilities and to ensure our every resident's concerns and recommendations are heard. To better serve our community we would like to hear from you. Please contact your board at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of Frederick will start weekly curbside pick-up of yard waste next month, a new service for residents and progress toward higher environmental protection standards. Effective Oct. 1, 2018, residents’ yard waste pick-up will occur on the same day as their currently scheduled solid waste (trash) pick-up. This new schedule will replace the current twice-per-month schedule for yard waste collection in their location. This change will be effective year-round.