Category Archives: Notices

Trash Removal Holiday Delay

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, trash removal will be on Friday, November 27th. Please have your trash out by 7:00 am.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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.

Multiple Reports of Vandalism and Theft in VKF

We have received several reports of vandalism and theft in the neighborhood. It’s believed the incidents happened overnight Sunday.

Vehicles on Pickering Way and Foxmoor Circle were burglarized. A car parked outside the main clubhouse had a window smashed and a mailbox was damaged on Glencliff Way.

Our Property Manager reported the incidents to Nashua PD. We’ve been assured police will increase night patrols of the neighborhood.

We advise residents to remove any valuables from your vehicles and lock them. If possible, turn on exterior lights as a deterrent.


The VKF Board of Directors and North Point Property Management LLC

Nor’easter March 7-8, 2018

As you may be aware, the next significant snow event is anticipated for Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon.  This storm is predicted to bring up to a foot of snow or more in some areas and result in difficult to impossible driving conditions during the late evening Wednesday through early Thursday morning.

We would ask for your assistance and cooperation to ensure that roadways and parking areas can be properly maintained during the storm.  Based on the current forecast we do want to note:

  •  Plowing will be performed throughout Wednesday night in an effort to keep areas accessible.
  • Rear gates are in the open position to allow the snow plow access and will be reset once snow removal is complete.
  • As the heavy snow is expected to continue into Thursday morning, conditions may be poor with only travel lanes open.  We ask that you use caution when walking outside as conditions may be slippery.
  • The best way to reach your Property Manager during the storm will be through email at The North Point after hours emergency line is for emergency issues and should not be used for snow removal related items.
  • Morin’s will begin snow removal at 10 am on Thursday morning. Should snow continue throughout Thursday an additional cleanup will take place on Friday morning at 8 am.
  • Please help Morin’s and Management and  please park at your unit or at one of the club houses. The club houses for parking your vehicles are located on Glen cliff (Tinker Road Pool), Glastonbury Pool house and the Main club house next to the water tower.  Some villages have overflow parking and all residents can use the overflow parking within the community.
  • Let’s once again show a lot of courtesy to our neighbors when cleaning off the cars and getting them out of the way so Morin’s can clean up the area.
  • Morin’s will sound their horns when they are in your village doing the final clean-up, so please move your cars.
  • It is also imperative that you clean off the deck on your unit PRIOR to the final clean-up so that Morin’s can remove the snow from the area.
  • Cars that impede the snow removal process will be towed.

If your unit is rented, it is the unit owners responsibility to notify your tenant.

Thank you for your assistance and cooperation throughout this significant snow event.