December 2022 Community Newsletter
Join neighbors and friends by the first pool for a community tree lighting at 6:30pm, on Wednesday, December 7th. Be sure to bundle up for the weather. Offices will be closed December 23, 26, 30, and January 2nd for Christmas and New Year’s. We wish all residents a wonderful holiday season!
THANK YOU to everyone who donated! We were able to feed over 50 families in need this year, and it’s all because of the wonderful people in our community. Thank you!
Dues will be sent out this month and are due in January. The dues have increased in order to balance the increase that we’re seeing in supplies and services. They have gone from $315 per half to $340 per half. We have gone out to bid for competitive pricing. Your statement will include a budget for reference. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. We greatly appreciate you support in maintaining our beautiful community!
We’ve created a community calendar on the Bainbridge website. You can view it online at: https://www.bainbridgemeridian.com/events/. We’ll be posting meetings, events, pool openings all here as another way to keep track of what’s happening in the community. We understand many don’t always follow social media and newsletter emails can get lost in the shuffle, so this will help to serve as a dedicated place to find information.
Vehicles and Equipment (Trailers)
Please remember that Vehicles and Equipment (Trailers) shall be kept at all times in an enclosed structure, and at no time shall any such Vehicles or Equipment be parked or stored on a Lot in public view or on a public or private right of way within the Property except: (1) when in actual use; and/or (2) for a temporary period of no more than twenty-four (24) consecutive hours in connection with actual use. Please make sure your trailers, ATVs, boats, motor homes, and all the alike are not left in view.
Southwest Idaho has had reports of waterfowl deaths resulting from avian cholera and avian influenza. These illnesses are often referred to as the bird flu and often affect our migratory birds like geese and ducks, but can also affect domestic birds and poultry. While avian cholera is not considered a human health risk, avian influenza does require some safety precautions. Because of this Idaho Fish and Game requested that if you see multiple dead birds, to report them to the Nampa Regional Office at 208-465-8465. Depending on the number of birds and access to PPE Fish and Game may ask the caller to dispose of the carcass. To be safe, stay away from migratory birds when possible, and report anything of concern.
December 7- Tree Lighting Ceremony
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