Broad St. Elementary School Parade

A message from Broad St. Elementary School:

School staff will be parading in cars through the Broad Street neighborhoods on Wednesday, April 1st. The parade kicks off at 1 pm.

We will have a police escort and ask that families come outside their homes so our teachers can wave and cheer for you (and maybe you can cheer for your teachers too!).

A reminder that we are still social distancing. Please do NOT gather near one another – this is not a time to socialize. We are certain we can bring the community together in a positive way by continuing to be safe and social distance from one another.

We look forward to seeing all of you on Wednesday! We miss you all and appreciate all the work you are doing at home. Stay healthy!

Parade Maps: Broad St | Kessler Farm Drive

Additional parade information can also be found on the PTO Facebook page, daily announcements, and google classrooms.

Guidelines for Flushing

Good afternoon,

We hope everyone is doing and holding up well during these uncertain times. This is a simple reminder that ONLY toilet paper should be flushed. So-called “flushable wipes,” paper towels, tissues, etc. will compromise VKF’s septic system, the two pumps, and the waste treatment plant for Nashua.

Pump repairs can be expensive, and the association has had problems with clogs caused by wipes many times over the years. Be well and please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions.

Sincerely,

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

Update: March Monthly Meeting and Property Manager’s Office

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Property Manager’s office will be closed to everyone for a period of time.

Our property manager David will be on-site as he is every day, however, he will address any and all requests for service, request for information and any other issue that any homeowner may have through the use of either a phone call or email.

We hope that all the home owners realize that we are taking any all and all precautions that are reasonable to make sure that everyone remains safe and that any probable contact remains at a minimum during these uncertain times.

David can be reached at the following:

1. 877-423-5050
2. drootovich@northpointmanagement.com

Also, the monthly Board meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, March 17 has been canceled. The Board will continue to address all association business via email or phone. Any questions or concerns can be relayed to the Board via board@kesslerfarms.com.

Vandalism at Rear Gate

The gate exiting Glencliff Way was vandalized earlier today. The gate was snapped off and left in the middle of the road.

This is one of several cases of vandalism in our neighborhood over the past 12 months. The Board has taken measures aimed at deterring these crimes, but we still need the help of homeowners.

If you see suspicious activity on the property, please call the police and alert the property manager immediately.

Coyote sightings on Foxmoor Circle

There have been multiple sightings of coyotes in the area of Foxmoor Circle. We ask that food (pets, wildlife, etc) not be placed outdoors.

Please report any coyote sightings to the Property Manager. Thank you for your help and cooperation in this matter.

More information
Human Society: Coyote hazing – Guidelines for discouraging neighborhood coyotes

NH Fish & Game: Eastern Coyote

Christmas Tree Pickup

MD Trash Removal will pick up Christmas trees on Friday, January 10.

Please have your tree outside by 7 am. All decorations must be removed. This will be a one time pick up. Unit owners who miss the pick-up will be responsible for the disposal of the tree.

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

Trash Pickup Delay and 2020 Recycle Schedule

Due to the New Year’s holiday, trash pickup will occur on Friday, Jan. 3. The date for the Christmas tree pickup will be announced shortly.

Reminder:

Trash is picked up WEEKLY on Thursday (with the exception of weeks that have holidays, which will push it back a day, like this week it will be Friday).

Recycling is EVERY OTHER WEEK with trash pickup on Thursdays, beginning next week, January 9th (Odd weeks).

Please remember to have trash barrels out by 6:45 AM and 3-feet from the curb. Also, recycling must be separated from the trash in order for the barrel to be emptied.

Download Waste Management’s Recycling Calendar