Neighborhood News

TRASH PICK-UP

Posted on March 15th, 2018 in Neighborhood News

TRASH PICK-UP is made on Monday's only. There are four Holidays that trash will be pucked up on the following day, which is Christmas, New Years, Thanksgiving July 4th. Trash may be put out to the curb Sunday evening for pick up on Monday morning. All trash and recycle bins must be taken in Monday evening. You must store your trash and recycle bins properly during the week. Townhomes with garages,...
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Maintenance Requests:

Posted on May 24th, 2017 in Neighborhood News

Maintenance Requests must be reported promptly to CSI Management Company at 704-892-1660. Please do not make requests to our vendors servicing property, In case of outside plumbing backup or water line break on your property after hours please call CSI Property Management Company Emergency number at 704-892-1660. If water pressure inside your home drops this is most likely the “water pressure relief...
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Guest and Overflow Parking

Posted on January 26th, 2017 in Neighborhood News

All overflow and guest spaces are for temporary use only. As community regulations state each property is entitled to no more then two parking spaces as close to home as possible. Homes with garages, your two spaces are your garage and the appurtenant driveway. Guest Parking areas have a maximum of 16 hour parking limit. Vehicles are checked for stay time in parking spaces. If you are parked longer...
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Include Fire Safety on the Spring Season to-do list

Posted on April 29th, 2016 in Neighborhood News

Include Fire Safety on the Spring Season to-do list Now that the spring season is well underway, our thoughts are turning to the lengthy to-do lists we’ve made of spring cleaning and repair projects we have yet to tackle. But as we’re pulling out the mop bucket, sponges, screw drivers and hammers, let’s also carve out time to address home safety. Smoke Alarms­­-Test smoke alarms at least once...
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Committees for 2021

Posted on April 26th, 2016 in Neighborhood News

The Board of Directors of The Townes at Old Stone Crossing needs your help on Committee's for 2021. We are forming two committees at this time and need to have 10-20 participants. These two committees are "The Pool Committee" and " The Beautification Committee" It is Very important we get, committees going ASAP, these committee's are being designed to help cut costs and raise additional funds for...
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Pressure Washing 2021

Posted on April 26th, 2016 in Neighborhood News

Pressure Washing of exterior of buildings will begin at the Townes in the Spring, not all units and building need pressure washing, Only units that have visible green and heavy dirt will be done, this may result in Partial buildings, or only Fronts, Backs or sides being done, Please Close windows and move furn1ture away from building if you receive a notice. Pressure washing will continue on a as needed...
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Posted on May 17th, 2014 in Neighborhood News

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL HOMEOWNERS & RESIDENTS OF THE TOWNES AT OLD STONE CROSSING Dear Homeowners and Residents, It has been brought to the attention of The Townes at Old Stone Crossing Board of Directors, that there is a growing concern regarding the safety of children playing in streets and parking areas. Creating the potential for a very dangerous situation. It has also been reported that children...
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Townes Homeowners Who Lease Out Property

Posted on September 12th, 2013 in Neighborhood News

City of Charlotte Rental Property Ordinances (Effective January 1,2013) Rental Property Ordinance Amendments The purpose of this article is to establish a requirement that Owners of Residential Rental Property whose property is within the Disorder Risk Threshold as established by this ordinance must register with the City sufficient identification information so that the City may expeditiously...
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Keep Your Pet Healthy

Posted on April 25th, 2013 in Neighborhood News

Doggie Deposits, Far From Fertilizer Dog owners take note: Contrary to popular belief, doggie deposits do not make for good fertilizer - quite the opposite in fact. Leaving pet waste on the ground or concentrating it in one specific area of the yard can seriously harm soil quality and also presents a number of potential human health hazards to families and their pets. Copyright (c) 2012, DoodyCalls.
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Members Only Area since April 2013

Posted on April 3rd, 2013 in Neighborhood News

The Board of Directors of the Townes at Old Stone Crossing is pleased to announce the Townes website member’s only area registration form is ready. Please go to www.Townesatoldstone.com click on the members area, Please fill in form. Allow 48 -72 hours for verification, and then check back to login. We will be continuously updating members area with community documents, reserve account, insurance...
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