Wine & Cheese at the Pool - Rescheduled to Aug 27
Aug 22, 2016
8 p.m. to 11 p.m. - How about an adult night out? MP adults and their guests are invited to attend another great Wine & Cheese evening at the pool. BYOW to enjoy or share. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided. $5 per person, cash at the door. Drinks by moonlight and maybe a swim. Sounds like a great evening!
MP Community Association Annual Membership Drive
Jul 25, 2016
The MPCA annual membership drive is here, and we have exciting news for 2016. Residents will be able to update their information and pay the annual membership online! You can complete registration online, in person, or by email ... and pay direct ($20, unchanged) or pay online ($21).
Registration information will help update the Resident Directory and confirm membership for members-only events. Membership proceeds will continue to be used for community events underwritten by your Community Association, including the children’s Halloween Party, Christmas Party, and Easter Egg Hunt; Family Fun Night; Wine & Cheese; Garage Sales; Candidates Night; Nancy Fisher Scholarship; Garden Tour; Festival of Lights; Duck Award; Welcoming Committee; Resident Directory; the Villager newsletter, and the Christmas Carriage Rides.
Note that only MPCA officials have access to your information.
Direct questions to Dani Wolf, MPCA President, firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 30, 2016
Please be MP neighborly and keep the storm drains in front of your home cleared of debris. Grass clippings in the street wind up clogging MP storm sewers and cause street damage, costing the Village money. Please mulch grass clippings into your own yard or dispose of them properly. Thanks for being a good neighbor.
Reprint from the August 2015 Villager
By Scott Doellinger, Code Enforcement Officer
When everything works as intended, the stormwater system is a thing of beauty. No, really.
Rain flowing off the streets goes into storm drains ... then into underground pipes ... then into Minerva Park lakes ... then into Kilbourn Run ... then into Alum Creek ... then further downstream ... as intended.
But just like plaque build-up in your arteries, when that flow is restricted, there’s back-up. In a stormwater system, we call it flooding. Offenders are leaves, grass clippings, branches, or any other obstruction that keeps rainwater from moving quickly through the system.
Village Ordinance 660.05 requires the occupants of a lot abutting a street to keep the sidewalk, curb, and gutter free of snow, ice, or “any other nuisance.” This includes keeping leaves, grass clippings, and other debris out of the stormwater system to avoid flooding.
It’s just as important to keep organic material from running into the lakes, thereby reducing sediment that requires dredging, costing thousands of dollars. And toxic materials such as motor oil, fertilizer run-off, and fluids from automobiles will do serious harm to the lake ecosystems.
So keep the roadway and gutter free of debris and keep the fish happier and Minerva Park’s lakes healthy and clean. And help prevent flooding that can strike unannounced at you and/or your neighbor(s) ... a worthy goal in and of itself.
Veterans Memorial Update
Mar 3, 2016
By Mayor Lynn Eisentrout ...
I just had a great meeting with Harry Toy. As you may recall, he is the Wildwood Road resident and veteran who first approached me several years ago about erecting a Veterans Memorial, specifically in front of the Community Building and near the existing flag pole. Mr. Toy and I reviewed the text for the Memorial, "Dedicated to all veterans who have honorably served past, present and future," and he has approved it. We also discussed the placement and the status of the sales of the bricks/pavers. Please consider purchasing a paver for $40 from Mr. Toy or the Village, because this is an integral part of the Memorial. These pavers memorialize loved ones, living or deceased, who have served our country. He can be reached at 614-890-0141. I can be reached at 614-668-8240. You do not need to know the exact dates of service. WW II, Korean War, etc., is fine along with the branch of service, i.e., Army, Navy, Coast Guard, etc. Mr. Toy has taken on the task to reach out to his many contacts in veterans organizations to participate in a dedication ceremony when the time comes. Our target date for this dedication ceremony was Memorial Day 2016, but Mr. Toy reminded me that most veterans attend parades and ceremonies that day. At his request, we will target the weekends before or after Memorial Day for the dedication. NOTE: Portions of this project (the foundation work) are dependent on decent weather for completion. We will be posting the paver form on the website the weekend of March 4. What will this look like? I hope to have a rendering of the Memorial posted on the website within the next week.
It's Your Turn
May 2, 2016
Underwritten by your $20 Community Association Dues. Join or donate today. - Your Community Association needs help ... someone to become the Treasurer. Please email MPCA President Dani Wolf with your interest and to learn more.
Villager Newsletter - Aug
Jul 25, 2016
Stories include ...
- Renewal Levy, Tuesday, Aug 2 Ballot
- Friends Remembered
- MP Community Association annual membership drive
- Wine & Cheese at the pool, Aug 13
- MP Community Association Garage Sale fundraiser, Aug 20
- Would you put an offer on your house?
Aug 22, 2016
Council Meetings - Residents are encouraged to attend the Council Meetings, Mondays, 7 p.m., Community Building. Get involved! Review Council work packets ...
Planning and Zoning Meetings - Planning and Zoning meets usually on the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m., dependent on items coming before the Commission.
Schedule - Residents are invited to attend and observe meetings, i.e., committee work sessions and Planning & Zoning meetings. Dates and times are posted officially at the Community Building, Pool, and Playground, or call 614-882-5743.
Coffee with Council - Aug 15
Aug 2, 2016
Residents are invited to meet with Council members to discuss Village issues. Community Building, 7 p.m.