The report may be reached by clicking HERE
A team of workers from Aqua-Terr Systems Inc (ATSI) will be working in our Native Growth Protection Areas (sometimes called “Wetlands”) for the next several weeks. ATSI is the environmental specialist that oversees our management of these areas to ensure ecological soundness and compliance with the rules laid down by the Washington Department of Ecology and the US Army Corps of Engineers (DOE/COE). Their specific tasks for this visit include:
(1) trimming the bushes along the split-rail fence lines to prevent their encroachment into the adjoining residential lots while simultaneously protecting the fence and sight lines into the native growth areas; and
(2) planting and/or relocating trees to achieve compliance with the mitigation plans mandated by DOE/COE.
If you have any questions about, or issues with, what you see them doing, please contact your board through the the following email address:
/Your Board of Directors/
As discussed in the OCT/FALL newsletter, the Board has empowered a committee to help determine what to do with our planting strips. These are the strips of soil between the roadways and sidewalks. They are intended for grass, trees and other decorative items. Ours are not in particularly good shape. Hence the committee.
To view the committee report, click HERE.
Since receiving the report the Board has commenced working with vendors to define final implementation The implementation plan will be provided at a later time.
This memo provides a consolidated discussion of key rules and codes that govern parking in our neighborhood. To access the memo click HERE.
The Board has cancelled the open forum meeting that was scheduled for August 23rd in the Ferndale Public Library.
For an explanation, click HERE.
The Board of Directors has cancelled the project to assess, and possibly install, speed monitoring devices on Monument Drive.
For and explanation, click HERE.
The tree watering bags for the trees along our streets do not need to be full. For an explanation, click HERE.
The Whatcom County Noxious Weed Control Board has issued an alert concerning Goatsrue, an invasive and noxious species of weed.
This issue is explained in a Board memo that can be accessed by clicking HERE.
The Whatcom County alert flyer can be accessed by clicking HERE.
The Meadows-Ferndale Board of Directors will resume in-person Board meetings on August 23, 2021. Details are in the memo that can be accessed by clicking HERE.
A memo on this topic may be found HERE.
There have been several recent incidents of improper management of pets.
A memorandum on this topic can be accessed HERE.
An article on this subject from the Whatcom News is available by clicking HERE.
A memo on this topic has been posted and may be viewed by clicking HERE.
A memo on this subject has been posted and may be viewed by clicking HERE.