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GOOD NEIGHBOR REMINDERS

This section of our newsletter is written to promote the best interests of each member of the Polk Place community. The quality of a neighborhood is directly determined by the strength of its Homeowners Association.

With this in mind, let us forge ahead to maintain a well-kept, attractive subdivision where property values continue to climb at a beautifully healthy rate!

The following are a few areas which our Covenant Committee, feels need to be stressed.

  • The most pressing “Good Neighbor” issue affecting the Polk Place subdivision to date continues to be speeding on the main ingress and egress roads. CHILDREN ARE OUT FOR THE SUMMER. PLEASE SLOW DOWN. There are concerned citizens living in these areas who WILL report your tag number.
  • The City of Franklin is requesting that all debris be NO longer than 6 feet long. If you have anything on the street over 6 feet long, please cut it to length. Also all grass clippings are to be put out no earlier than Tuesday morning.
  • Please do not dump grass clippings and/or branches and other yard waste in the common area behind the swimming pool/Grove Lane area. This may appear to be an unused, empty area, but it is not for public dumping. We MUST respect the homeowners in this area as well as refrain from creating an unsightly mess over time. The City of Franklin will pick up your yard waste. See their website for details.
  • Please keep hedges neatly clipped. Numerous complaints have been lodged in reference to sloppy landscaping.
  • While Polk Place has specific regulations regarding the control of residents’ animals, it is important to remember that the City of Franklin also enforces a very strict leash law. Your pets must remain under your control at all times, either leashed or held. There are numerous pets (of all shapes and sizes) residing in Polk Place. In order for all of us to enjoy walking, jogging, riding bikes and playing throughout the neighborhood, this portion of the covenants must and will be enforced.
  • Please remember to have all additions and/or improvements to your property approved in advance by the Covenant Committee. (See portion of our website devoted to Covenants.)

* RESIDENTS, PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO READ THE SECTION OF THIS WEBSITE DEVOTED TO COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS. We have a covenant committee and are committed to upholding these standards for the good of the entire neighborhood.

Remember before making any alterations to your home or lawn, check the Covenant Restrictions and get approval from the Committee.

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