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IMPORTANT - Garbage Collection
Posted on Apr 9th, 2020
There will be only one (1) garden/yard waste removal for the month of April.  The covid-19 crisis has necessitated this change because the city is operating with reduced personnel.  The one-and-only April garden/yard waste pick-up for the Traditions will be on Wednesday, April 15th.  Please move your bags of garden/yard waste to the cul-de-sac at the main entrance (where the Traditions at Parks Edge sign is) the night before.  Earl and Co. who normally do this on Thursdays, will not be available for moving garden/yard waste bags to meet the Wednesday pick-up.  IT IS THEREFORE UP TO RESIDENTS TO PERFORM THIS TASK FOR THEMSELVES.
The city is having to suspend its recycling program starting this coming Monday due to a mechanical problem at the Thompson Road recycling center.  The suspension will likely last several weeks.  A part that moves recyclables broke down Tuesday and the company that makes that part has shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Since our garbage is collected on Fridays, we can still put out our recycling can today for the Friday April 10th pickup.  Now would be a good time to have your recycling can emptied and then you can let your recycling stay in the Rosie until the recycling plant is back up and open for business.  Paper recycling drop-off will continue at the city's specified locations.  People can still take paper wastes only to those drop-off locations.
Annual Meeting Presentation
Posted on Sep 19th, 2019
The Annual Meeting Presentation is posted on the website under the PRESENTATIONS TAB.
The presentation covered topics:
  • How do Traditions Maintenance fees compare to other HOAs?
  • How are the Fees spent?
  • Are Traditions Reserves adequate?
  • Should the Declaration and Bylaws be revised?
Posted on Sep 19th, 2019
The results of the Director Election held September 18, 2019 are:
Michelle Huggins (50 Votes)
Bill Dimon (45 Votes)
Ed Cupolo (44 Votes)
Carol Hood (42 Votes)
Glenn Thonsen (31 Votes)
Dave Boissoneault (30 Votes)

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Letter from the Board
Your Board of Directors has three areas of concern we would like to share with you.
Architectural  Modification  Requests  (AMR)
In order to make any addition or changes to the exterior of your unit, you must submit an AMR form to the Board for approval. This includes pergolas, screen rooms under existing roofs or under pergolas, and sunrooms. Paver patios are approved on a separate form.
The AMR form is available on our website ( and at the CMA office (1795 Alysheba Way, Suite 3103). On the AMR form, you will be asked to supply specifications, floor plans, and elevations. This form also states that required permits must be obtained from LFUCG, Division of Building Inspection. LFUCG regulations specify that the permit may be issued to a licensed contractor, but the OWNER must acknowledge issuance of said permit. In fact, our property and casualty insurer also requires evidence of permit issuance.
Failure to comply with these requirements may have serious consequences for homeowners. The Board of Directors will be compelled to notify the Division of Building Inspection that appropriate permits were not issued. Additionally, insurance compensation may be compromised if your addition was constructed without proper permit acquisition.
Satellite Dishes
Recently, several residents have inquired about the installation of satellite dishes.  These devices may be attached to the chimney or mounted on a pedestal in your yard, but they may NOT be attached to the roof.  Damage to the roof is a legitimate HOA concern (meaning, of course, all of us would pay).
Big Trucks
Since our blacktop lanes are narrow, their use by oversize vehicles causes problems. Turf damage from tires treading on grass, two-way traffic issues, physical damage to the blacktop surface, and bumping into residence structures have all occurred in the past, especially in areas of all three Phases where multiple turns must be negotiated.
If you expect delivery of large items such as appliances or furniture, please ask your seller/deliverer to use a small truck if possible, or park in the entrance cul-de-sac and use a dolly or hand truck to reach your home.
As always, we strive to spend money wisely and protect property values. Please feel free to contact any Board member for questions or clarification concerning this notice.
Tradition Board of Directors

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