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Welcome Slate Ridge Civic Association

Slate Ridge Summer BBQ 2016

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The BBQ is still on.  We weathered the rain so please come out.

It's time for the Slate Ridge Summer BBQ 2016

Please RSVP by filling out the form to register. Click on this link Slate Ridge Summer BBQ event registration

The registration will help us plan for how much food, beer and soft drinks to get. Our menu will include: beef brisket,  coleslaw,  baked beans, chicken wings and Nathan's famous hot dogs.

We ask each guest/home to please bring a side dish or dessert . Please fill the form out, I have all the detail on it.  I also added an entry box for the side dish, that way if I know we

have 2-3 of the same items I can notify you in advance. The form will email you and the Slate Ridge Association your response. You can also email us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Thank you

Last Updated on Saturday, 27 August 2016 21:51

Reynoldsburg Clean Up Week 2016 -- SLR Garage Sale

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Garage Sale Saturday June 11th, 2016 from 8:00AM to 2:00PM. Since the City of Reynoldsburg is hosting the ninth annual Community Clean Up Week from June 6th to June 14th.  We do not need a permit to hold a garage sale. We will advertise it until 2:00PM to try to get some of our Saturday back, but if you want to run longer you can.

 

COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP DAY JUNE 4, 2016

HOURS 9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM

LOCATION: 7232 E. MAIN STREET~PARKING LOTS OF CITY HALL & JOHN F KENNEDY PARK

SERVICES AVAILABLE INCLUDE:

 

 

Residential Document Shredding

Service Provided by Shred-It

No limit on boxes~staples do not need to be removed

Red Recycling Bin Exchange

Bring in your OLD, BROKEN red recycling bins to receive a replacement

Bulk Item Disposal

**In addition to Clean-Up Day**

Street Department (7806 E. Main St.) dumpsters will

be available June 6-10, from 7:30am 3:00 pm.

***VERY IMPORTANT*** HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD WASTE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTECONTACT: SWACO @ 614-294-1300 or visit swaco.org

for information on disposal of thesitems

 


 

Habitat for Humanity Drop-Off

Donate neand used home goods and buildinmaterials. Contact: 614-RESTORE for information ofacceptability of your donation

Appliance Drop-Off

Services are provided by Lowe’s

Electronics Disposal

Service provided by Community Computer Alliance Recycle osafely dispose of youused electronic equipment. **NO TVS oCRT MONITORS ACCEPTED**

Bicycle Drop-Off

Drop-off old, broken, unwanted bikes to be restored

Flag Drop-Off

Reynoldsburg Boy Scout & Cub Scout Troops

will properly dispose of youold, worn, damaged flags

 

 

Community Garage Sales

Free Garage Sale Week is June 4 12, 2016

Garage sales are allowed each day of Clean-Up Week. Permit and fees are waived and sale does not count towards your limit for the year.

***All other regulations remain in effect***

***Signage is only permitted on the property at the site of the sale***


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mmunity Garage Sales ~ June 4, 2016

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Reynoldsburg Community Association

HubePark

9:00am-2:00pm

 

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 June 2016 17:36

SLR Spring Newsletter May 2016

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Dear Slate Ridge residents

Note: I just got done passing our newsletters.  Kudos to all our residents the homes and yards look terrific, with the exception of a couple of homes and a couple of non-cedar wood mail boxes our subdivision looks great.  Thank you.

First, let me address the number of complaints I have received from residents regarding sheds built, placed or installed in Slate Ridge.  Sheds are NOT permitted in Slate Ridge as stated in our Deed Restrictions.  The deed restrictions for Slate Ridge, Drugan Ct, and Crosswick Ct can be found online at slateridge.net. So residents who have built, installed or placed sheds are clearly in violations of our deeds.

Second, I heard the city of Reynoldsburg issued the permit(s). I called and spoke with Planning Administrator Eric Snowden at Reynoldsburg Department of Development.  Per my conversation with Eric, the city issued the permit(s) as required for any project. Now, Eric assured me that every homeowner was informed to check with the neighborhood Deed Restrictions prior to the start of the project.

The Slate Ridge residents and the Slate Ridge Homeowner Association are the parties responsible for enforcing our Deed Restrictions not the city. Moreover, the city issuance of the building permit does NOT circumvent our Deed Restrictions; meaning the sheds are still in violation of the Deeds.  Thus, the Slate Ridge homeowner association will act accordingly.

Here is a great reason why it is incredibly important to maintain your membership current, to support and participate in the homeowner’s association meetings.  I am positive that if more homeowners are aware of what affects all of us as residents and neighbors, incidents like this could be clearly avoided.

Now the fun stuff, please mark your calendars:

· Garage Sale Saturday June 11th, 2016 from 8:00AM to 2:00PM. Since the City of Reynoldsburg is hosting the ninth annual Community Clean Up Week from June 6th to June 14th.  We do not need a permit to hold a garage sale. We will advertise it until 2:00PM to try to get some of our Saturday back, but if you want to run longer you can.

· Our Annual Summer BBQ Saturday August 27th, 2016 for at Crosswick Ct from 5:00PM to 9:00PM. As always this is FREE to all paid members, we will provide food and drinks.  So please pay your annual $35 membership bring your family and a side dish, and meet and share with your neighbors

· Luminary and Carriage Rides December 17th, 2015.  More details later. Last year the turnout was fantastic.

 

All new residents as of March have received a welcome basket. Thank you Audrey Owens and company for making that happen.

Last year we also contracted a new lawn care company to clean up the entrances and they are still looking very nice.  We will probably have them come out and to touch them up again this year.

Speeding in Slate Ridge remains a big problem.  All I can say is to contact the Reynoldsburg Motor Patrol to complain. We are not the only subdivision in Reynoldsburg with speeders, so the more we contact the city, the more visibility and attention we get. If in fact a round-about is what is being built on the Palmer Rd. and Taylor Rd intersection, traffic through our subdivision will probably increase as well.

Last but not least please get current with your 2016 HOA Dues. If you need to know whether or not you are paid for 2016, drop me an email @ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and I will reply to you as soon as possible. You can also securely pay online via PayPal and major credit cards on our website or pay by check to  SLATE RIDGE ASSOCIATION at  7866 Grandley Court Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068

Association Board 2016:

· President: José Gomez

· Treasurer:  Leon Meyers

· Acting Secretaries:  Norm Brusk

· Past Presidents:  Phil Kaufman, Norm Brusk, Brent Carey

· Board Members:  Marilyn Krigbaum, Arley Owens,

· Volunteers: Audrey Owens

For questions, concerns or feedback contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Very Truly Yours,

José M. Gomez

President, Slate Ridge Civic Association

 

 

Last Updated on Monday, 16 May 2016 00:15

SLR Fall Newsletter December 2015

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Dear Slate Ridge Residents:


The luminary and rides were a success. We had kids, parents, grand parents, friends, young and older couples who took advantage of a beautiful night to ride and see the luminaries. Everyone seemed to have enjoyed the hot chocolate, hot coffee and cookies in a chilly night. Thanks to every resident who signed up and participated. I also want to thank every resident who helped organize the event, to the group of residents who helped build the luminary kits, the group who delivered each of them to every home, and last but not least the ones who helped with set up and tear down the tents. We also had current and past Slate Ridge residents who lend us their outdoor heaters to keep us warm. This is the kind of participation I have asked for and hopefully we can continue to build on. Happy Holidays...

 

Season’s greetings to all, 2015 has gone pretty fast and the holidays are now upon us.

We wish to announce a change in the Slate Ridge Board leadership. Brent Carey our president and Greg Merante our secretary both resigned their position effective this past October due to increased personal and professional obligations. We wish to thank Brent and Greg for both their time and efforts. During our last Board meeting we accepted both resignations and voted to appoint me, Jose Gomez, as acting President of the Slate Ridge Civic Association and Norm Brusk will be our interim secretary.

My first objective is to increase the number of board members. Slate Ridge has changed considerably since the original 170 plus homeowners. In order to have a successful homeowner association we need new residents and families to get actively involved by either becoming active board members and/or attending our monthly board meetings.  New members can help  bring new ideas, new changes and a new perspective more closely aligned with a newer Slate  Ridge to the homeowner association.

My second object is to increase the number of paid resident members.  We currently have fewer than 80 paid members. More importantly some of the Homeowner Association’s financial obligations such as maintenance, insurance, landscaping, neighborhood directory, the welcome package, event permits, website hosting and any organized event for the residents are not free. In an effort to keep the cost down some of the residents have continued to volunteer their personal time to maintain the website, produce and deliver the newsletter, clean the entrances, put together and deliver the luminary kits etc.

I am asking those who have not paid to please consider joining the association in 2016. The $35 annual membership fee is relatively insignificant for a neighborhood where the average home value is $202,535 according to www.realtors.com. On behalf of the board I am also asking those who may be interested in joining the board or if you are interested in attending the board meetings to please contact me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . For information about our monthly board meetings and community activities please go to www.slateridge.net.

Again I ask you to support our neighborhood by joining and actively participating in our planned events and activities. By joining today you will add value and community comradery that benefits all of our Slate Ridge neighbors and friends.

Respectfully,
Jose Gomez, President


Upcoming Events:

Holiday Light up the night and Carriage Rides on December 19th 2015. We will deliver your Luminary Kit by Friday December 18, 2015. Please have your Luminaries ready to be set out on the curb by 5:00 p.m.  See instructions below

The Carriage Rides are free for Slate Ridge Civic Association Members. The staging area for the carriage rides will be in the Crosswick Court Cul-de-Sac. The Carriage Rides will begin at 6:00 p.m. and end at 9:00 p.m. Carriage Rides will take about 15 minutes around the neighborhood and you must register for your Carriage Ride by Friday December 18th by going on our Slate Ridge Website at Slate Ridge Holiday Carriage Rides or  go to www.slateridge.net

Next board meeting is scheduled for December 13th at 2:00PM at 5 Bean Café located at Stoney Creek Plaza, 2087 Baltimore-Reynoldsburg Rd.  We’ve invited residents and prospective new board members to participate. Please RSVP me via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it so we may plan accordingly. 5 Bean Café is a bit small for a larger crowd.  That way I can change the venue to accommodate a larger group.  Thank you


More News:

The Slate Ridge Association gave a $100 contribution to Keep Reynoldsburg Beautiful. www.keepreynoldsburgbeautiful.org the contribution goes toward the $300.00 10% matching funds for the Ohio EPA Grant for $3000.00. I think is important to partner with other local organizations especially those involved in the beatification of our city and surroundings.  Having worked in Grandview, Dublin and currently in New Albany; I think East Columbus sort of lag behind in beautification efforts.  Our resident and board member Arley Owens is the Executive Director for Keep Reynoldsburg Beautiful and maybe contacted at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Small pet owners be aware that we had a resident report a coyote attack a small dog after the owner leashed to pet outside.  Thankfully, they came out and rescued the dog.  The dog required 20+ stitches, and it is doing ok now.

 

Luminary Instructions:

 

  1. The Kit includes 7 candles, 7 paper white bags, 7 cups of play sand.  Corner homes will receive 2 kits one for each side of the streets
  2. Distribute 1 cup of sand equally among the each bag provided by the Association. Or 1 cup per milk jug if still have them
  3. Secure one candle in the middle of each bag or jug.
  4. Distribute luminaries equally across frontage (outside edge of sidewalk-closest to street)
  5. Light candles at 5:00 PM on Saturday, December 19th 2015
  6. If you won't be home 5:00 PM set the out early or ask a neighbor to set them and light them up for you

Please if you have any question please contact us @ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and for additional information visit the website @www.slateridge.net

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 December 2015 16:31

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