Please submit reminders or other appropriate items that may be of interest to the Clemson Downs property owners to Walt Castro at email@example.com.
POA Residents/Members,(From Nominating Committee) 09/27/19
We have been charged by the CD-POA President to create a list of nominees for the 2020 POA Board. There are three vacancies to fill and Bylaws require a list of at least four to be submitted to the membership. This e-mail is a request for the membership to suggest names of individuals for possible consideration to serve on the Board by this committee. The terms are two years in length and individuals may suggest themselves or others with prior permission from that person. The deadline for submission of names is Monday, October 7th and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-506-4049. Thank you for your careful consideration of this request as we seek to find Board members for our POA.
POA Residents/Members,(From Linda Cocke) 09/25/2019
POA Residents/Members,(From Linda Cocke) 09/13/2019The Bistro at Clemson Downs is a wonderful place for a meal with friends. And it’s getting even better! Starting in October, the Bistro (open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 4-7) will deliver for a small charge.
POA Residents/Members,(From the Social Committee) 08/30/2019As long as it isn’t raining, join your neighbors at the Gazebo for a BYOB (Bring Your Own Breakfast) from 9 to 11am on home Football Saturdays when we don’t have breakfast in the dining room. These Saturdays are September 7, October 12 October 26, and November 2.
Below is the approved agreement.
Clemson Area Retirement Center and POA entered agreement for relocation of Common Yard Waste Debris site from POA property at Bayberry to Clemson Area Retirement Center Property side of Bayberry Lane. Agreement included sharing the cost of installing a concrete pad extension connecting to existing asphalt, to enable the City of Clemson Public Works to access and pick up yard waste from the site without bogging down in the often water saturated grass area.
As a condition of sharing the joint cost in providing an area for both facilities to stage natural yard waste, it is heretofore agreed that POA Residents shall be able to dump their yard waste at the assigned Clemson Area Retirement Center area of yard waste storage pending periodic and scheduled City of Clemson pick up services.
All POA hired contractors generating natural yard waste debris shall be required to remove said waste from Clemson Area Retirement Center and POA properties, and shall be denied access to use common Yard Waste Debris Site as designated for use by Clemson Area Retirement Center and POA Resident generated waste only.
Duane Jones, Director, Maintenance Services
POA Residents/Members,(From Linda Cocke) 07/24/2019
-Tim Hamilton (Tim’s Renovations) – (864) 417-0328
-Adam Jones (HMC Builders) – (864) 303-4402
If you know of a handyman/contractor who would like to be on this list, please call any one of the Architectural Review Committee members and let us know. Stay cool!
Your 2019 Architectural Review Committee members:
Nancy Bennett, Fritz Briggs, John Peters, Jim Reneke, Jerry Reel, Susan Robinette
P.S. A big THANK YOU to those residents who received a ‘Mailbox Repair’ notice and promptly repaired their mailboxes!
To those residents who received a ‘Mailbox Repair’ notice and have yet to repair their mailboxes, we hope the above list will be of help to you! We will be checking with you.
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 LARGER QUANTITIES, YOU CAN CALL THE CITY FOR A FRIDAY PICKUP OR YOU CAN TAKE CARDBOARD TO KITE HILL OR THE RECYCLING CENTER IN CLEMSON.
POA Residents/Members,(From Linda Cocke)
Since we have several new residents, this is a good time to remind all our members that they can take advantage of two CARC services that are open to POA members.
The Bistro at the far end of the dining hall is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4 to 7 and serves appetizers, soups, salads and sandwiches.
We are also welcome to attend the weekly Friday movie at 2 m in the large room at the Corley Center. Many of you may particularly be interested in the movie on February 23rd, Victoria and Abdul with Judi Dench as an aging Victoria. List of movies each month is in the CARC Newsletter.
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.
POA Residents/Members,(From Ann Fuhr)
Doing some early spring cleaning? Box up your items and CD volunteers will come fetch. Furniture, too. Have some treasures ? We provide tax forms for your record of donations. Your contributions help the volunteers provide for needs in assisted living and health care at CARC. That, along with Volunteer hours, helps keep costs down for CARC residents . Call Susan Sitaraman 633-9032. or Ann Fuhr 888-7321 for pick up or information.
DID YOU KNOW?—The Clemson Downs Volunteers have equipment to loan to assist all residents in their disability needs or as they recover from surgery. We have wheelchairs, porta-potties, walkers, canes, transfer chairs, knee scooters etc. on loan for your use when needed. Do you have similar equipment you wish to donate? Call the numbers given above. Thank you all for your support of the volunteers and the store.