Water tank/Communications tower update

Per the city of Nashua, construction is scheduled to begin Friday, Oct. 23 on the communications tower near the water tank. Excavators will be digging and hammering most of the day with the work likely continuing throughout Monday.

Once the ledge is removed workers will prepare and set the foundation. The city anticipates the tower will be delivered and set either the first or second week in November.

Construction on the water tank is scheduled to being in the spring.

Please contact our Property Manager with any questions.

October Board Meeting Canceled

The Board Meeting previously scheduled for October 20th has been canceled due to renewed concerns about COVID-19 and limited space in the clubhouse. The Board is planning to meet in November. Look for updates in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions, please call the property manager at 877-423-5050.

Update: Tinker Road Cleanup moved to Oct. 18

The Tinker Road cleanup has been moved to Sunday, Oct. 18 due to scheduled rain.


Hello Fellow Kessler Farms Residents,

As you probably know, Kessler Farms does the annual Tinker Road Cleanup as a community service project twice a year. We are hoping that you will have the opportunity to volunteer to help with this litter campaign.  We love to keep our neighborhood clean and as litter free as possible, while meeting new neighbors and friends. It takes approximately 90 minutes to do the entire project, but with more hands, we can be done even quicker. Please consider lending a helping hand.

When:                 October 17 (rain date Oct 18)

Where:                Meet at the Clubhouse at the lower pool near Tinker Road

Time                     8:30-10:00 a.m.

Needs:                 Nothing (everything is provided by the City of Nashua)

Thank you so much,

Bill Dubois

Extended water shutdown for Oct. 12th

A reminder that water service for the following streets will be shut down or on low-pressure Monday (10/12/20) from 9AM – 5PM.

Leith Ct.
Albury Stone Cir.
Ramsgate Ridge
Windemere Way
Foxmoor Cir.
Glastonbury Dr.

Per Pennichuck, this will isolate the Kessler Farm Booster Station in order for their contractor (Skillings and Sons) to set up a temporary by-pass pumping system, and subsequently replace the existing pump skid thereafter.

Additionally, please note that there will be one-lane alternating traffic for most of the day near the tank and pump house entrance on Kessler Farm Drive.

Please see our Property Manager with any questions.

Water shutdown notice for Oct. 8th

We’ve been informed by Pennichuck Water that services for the following streets will be shut down or on low-pressure Thursday (10/8/20) from 10AM – 12PM.

Leith Ct.
Albury Stone Cir.
Ramsgate Ridge
Windemere Way
Foxmoor Cir.
Glastonbury Dr.

This is an effort to test isolating the Kessler Farm Booster Station, which will need to be done again on Monday, October 12 for an engineering project.

Please see our Property Manager with any questions.

2020 Annual Meeting Voting Results

We would like to thank all the unit owners that voted either by proxy or in person at the Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 26th.

Kevin Jones and Chuck McKenney were re-elected to the Board, along with newcomers Sue Dolan and Chandran Shanmugam. All four positions are two-year terms.

Both proposed Bylaw amendments received majority support, but the vote totals fell short of the threshold (67% of all unit owners) required for adoption.

If you would like additional information regarding the meeting, the minutes are available for viewing at the property management office. They will eventually be published on the Owners’ Portal.

Please feel free to reach out should you have any questions.

Thank you,
Villages at Kessler Farm Board of Directors

Reminder: No delay in trash removal

Please note there will not be a delay in the trash pick-up this week due to the holiday. It is scheduled for Thursday as usual.


North Point Property Management LLC on behalf of The Villages at Kessler Farm Condominium Association
(603) 594-2300 | northpointmanagement.com

Upcoming Candidates’ Night

We have scheduled a Candidates’ Night for 6 pm on Tuesday, September 22nd behind the main clubhouse. Unit owners will have the opportunity to speak with the five candidates running for the four (4) open positions on the Board of Directors.

The candidates:

  • Sue Dolan
  • Kevin Jones (incumbent)
  • Keith Manheck
  • Chuck McKenney (incumbent)
  • Chandran Shanmugam

Review the candidacy forms for more information about each candidate.

Please arrive promptly as we will be limited by daylight. We hope unit owners take advantage of this opportunity before voting at the Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 26th at the DoubleTree Hotel.

If there are any questions, please contact our Property Manager at 877-423-5050 or drootovich@northpointmanagement.com.

Watering Ban in Nashua

Due to the state’s current and projected drought conditions, Pennichuck is implementing mandatory odd/even outside water usage restrictions for all of its customers in Nashua, Merrimack, Amherst, and Hollis, effective immediately and until further notice. This is a mandatory, enforceable restriction for these systems.

Odd/Even Outside Water Usage Restrictions:

Outside Usage allowed on odd/even days based on house number

All other outside is allowed on assigned water usage day with the exception of:

  • Hand-held hoses or watering cans will be permitted for use in your vegetable and flower gardens on any day
  • Filling Kiddie Pools (6’ or less in diameter and no deeper than 12”) is permitted any day of the week.

We are also asking everyone to adhere to the watering times put forth by the Association: 5:00 am to 9:00 am and 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

We would appreciate everyone’s cooperation in this matter. Thank you for your continued help and cooperation.

Board of Directors Candidacy Form

If any homeowner wants to run for the Board of Directors at the annual meeting on September 26, 2020, please fill out the candidacy form and return to our property manager by August 21, 2020. Four positions are up for election.

If you have any questions, please call David Rootovich at 877-423-5050.