Please submit reminders or other appropriate items that may be of interest to the Clemson Downs property owners to Walt Castro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
POA Residents/Members (From Anne Snider) 10/21/2020
Some POA members have received an email, purportedly from Northland, stating that they needed to update their account information. The sender email address was obviously not that of Northland. This is a scam. Delete the email without opening it.
POA Residents/Members, (From Martha Grigsby) 10/22/2020
POA Residents/Members, (From Anne Snider) 10/01/2020
Congratulations to our October Yard of the Month award winners Ann and John Gilreath! You can see their beautiful yard at 1022 Keystone Lane.
POA Residents/Members, From Anne Snider) 08/24/2020
Fritz Briggs alerted us to a scam going around. An email purported to be coming from Northland asked for credit card information. Fritz contacted Northland and they confirmed it is a scam. Do not send your credit card information to Northland! A copy of the email is below.
Subject: Northland’s Billing Update
Dear Northland Costumer,
This is Bryan Ingle, I’m the billing manager at Northland Communications. We are sad inform that due to a recent server failure some of our credit card auto-draft information have been lost and we couldn’t recover them(Checks and bill pay are fine). Said that we are requiring users to submit their information again so we can setup. Attached you’ll find a Auto-draft authorization form, please complete and return to this email so we can update your profile. Again, we are very sorry for the inconvenience.
* If you pay via check or bill pay through your bank, you can disregard this e-mail.
POA Residents/Members, (From ARC) 07/29/2020
Earlier this year our maintenance workers found evidence that someone had left some marijuana near the concrete bench in Woodland Walk. Not long after that more evidence was found in that same area. The Clemson City police were called and spent some time in the area and did patrol throughout Woodland Walk for some days afterwards.
On July 27 one of our board members was walking through that area and came upon a group of teenagers congregated around that same bench. He continued on but came back through a few minutes later and could tell that someone in that group had been smoking. He could not tell if marijuana was involved or not.
Just to be on the safe side, the police were called again. When the police arrived, the young men were still there. In the follow up to the visit, the policewoman at the station desk said that the police asked them to leave and not to gather there in the future. She was not at liberty to relate any other actions that may have been taken.
We think that the problem has been solved, but do want to ask you to let your Area Board Representative know if you see anything suspicious taking place while you are in Woodland Walk.
The CDPOA Board of Directors
The Gazebo is for Clemson Downs residents only. Until further notice please do not invite guests to the area.
A maximum of eight (8) people are allowed inside at any one time until further notice.
The social distancing rule applies.
Everyone must maintain a separation of six (6) six feet between persons.
The Gazebo closes at sunset each evening. No audio devices are allowed.
If you do not have or know of a handyman or contractor for your home project(s), your POA Board suggests contacting our local hardware, paint, or home improvement stores. Several of them maintain lists of people who are qualified and willing to work. You can also join Nextdoor Clemson at www.nextdoor.com and ask your neighbors throughout Clemson for their recommendations.
GUIDELINES FOR RESIDENTIAL RECYCLING COLLECTION, CITY OF CLEMSON
1. Have recycling bin at curbside by 7:00 a.m. on collection day and remove from street by sundown on collection day.
2. All recyclables must be placed in your recycle bin.
3. Acceptable material:
No. 1 & No. 2 Plastic and All No. 1 Plastics
All No. 2 HDPE/ milk jugs only
All tin cans and aluminum cans
Glass(brown, green, and clear)
Leave all labels on containers
Rinse all items and remove caps/lids from all containers
ACCEPTABLE RECYCLING MATERIAL AT THE RECYCLING CENTER ONLY
All plastic 1-5 accepted. (Look on the bottom of the plastic containers to find the number)
White or colored computer printout.
White or colored ledger paper.
White or colored letter head/business forms and copy paper.
Telephone books, message pads, envelopes, magazines, and junk mail.
Used oil can be placed at curbside on the same day as your regular garbage pick up. Call the Public Works Department 864.653.2053 and request an oil recycle container. This container is placed under your vehicle to allow the oil to drain directly into it as it drains from your vehicle. Turn the oil filter upside down in the oil recycle container to allow the oil to drain from the filter. Once it has drained wrap the oil filter in a plastic bag and sit it on top of the oil container at curbside. An empty one will be left in its place, if one is available on the recycle truck.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CARDBOARD IS NOT INCLUDED. FOR LARGE
R QUANTITIES, YOU CAN CALL THE CITY FOR A FRIDAY PICTER IN CLEMSON.
Volunteers are desperately needed for the health center. Places are available as receptionists, servers in the Sun Room, visitors and water pourers Positions are also available in Assisted Living. All of these can done once a week, once a month, two hour or three hour shifts. These positions provide each server with a wonderful opportunity to meet new people, make friends or visit with old friends, and make life a little more interesting for those who are not as free. The work is relatively easy, but the reward is priceless. If interested please call or text Wendy Longo, phone 722-5477.