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Notice About Leaves on Street
Posted on Dec 17th, 2014 Comments (0)
During this time of year many curbs within Preston Community are lined with leaves left from yard clearing. Please remember that while the Cary side of the neighborhood has leaf pickup from the city, Morrisville does not offer this same service. Preston Community residents with Morrisville addresses will receive a violation letter if leaves are not removed from their curb. Thank you.
Preston Board of Directors Elects Officers for 2015
Posted on Dec 15th, 2014 Comments (0)
Your Preston Community Board Officers for 2015:
President: Alan Knuckles
Vice-President: Vincent Thai
Treasurer: Steve Delmar
Secretary: Bill Rave
Architectural Committee Chair: Bill Rave
Strategic Planning Committee Chair: Ron Woodard
Landscaping Committee Chair: Joe Cable
Communications Committee Chair: Regis Rulifson / Board Liaison: Carolyn Waff
2014 Annual Meeting
Posted on Nov 19th, 2014 Comments (0)
Your PCA Board held the 2014 Annual Meeting last evening, 18 November, at the SearStone Community Center.  Aside from the election of Directors for four Board seats, it was a celebration of our neigborhood, our volunteers and our achievements.  Material presented at the meeting can be found here.
As part of the official business for the night, Directors Bill Rave and Alan Knuckles won re-election to the Board.  Joe Cable and Carolyn Waff also won seats on the Board.
Thanks to SearStone for their hospitality and use of their beautiful facility.
2014 Annual Meeting
Posted on Oct 29th, 2014 Comments (0)
The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Preston Community Association, Inc. will be held:
Date:     November 18, 2014
Time:     5:30 p.m. (sign in and hors d’oeuvres)… Meeting begins at 6:15 p.m.
Place:    Searstone Community Center
The agenda for the Meeting this year will be as follows:
State of the Neighborhood
Presentation of Strategic Plan
Election of Board Members       
Treasurer’s Report
Landscaping Review
Recognition of Volunteers
Introduction of New Property Management Company
Closing Remarks
Quorum:     If you cannot attend our Annual Meeting, please kindly return your proxy so that we can achieve the necessary quorum to conduct our business.  It is important you do so;  our by-laws require ten percent (10%) of the membership attend the meeting in person or by proxy.
RSVP:     If you plan to attend the meeting, please kindly RSVP to PPM via the Contact Us page so that we can be sure to order enough hors d’oeuvres. ‚Äč
Posted on Sep 25th, 2014 Comments (0)
Preston Ponds Park was the site of a Pruning Workshop hosted by the Landscaping Committee on a lovely, almost autumn, morning September 20, 2014.  This successful and informative event attracted over 50 members of the PCA community where proper pruning techniques were demonstrated and horticultural questions were answered by four Bland Landscaping professionals.
A Pruning Handout was provided and can be re-printed here.
Reseeding Your Lawn: 2014 Piedmont Edition
Posted on Sep 17th, 2014 Comments (0)

The post Reseeding Your Lawn: 2014 Piedmont Edition appeared first on CaryCitizen.

Cary, NC — Across the Carolina Piedmont, it’s been a cool summer, with temps never cracking 100° F this year. Lawns across town look better than ever. Does that mean you can skip reseeding this fall? Of course not.

Reseeding Your Lawn: 2014 Piedmont Edition

A September hot spell will give way to cooler weather. Now’s the time to reseed your lawn. It’s already prime-time to reseed – don’t let it wait until the end of the month.

1. Cut the Lawn Short & Bag It – Give your lawn a close haircut. Bag the grass clippings.

2. Rake It Off – After you’ve cut the grass (and bagged it), give a surface rake to the entire lawn. Try to get as much thatch – tangled mats of dead grass – off as you can. The idea is to expose the soil so the new seeds can make contact with the dirt.
PCA News / Week of 15 September 2014
Posted on Sep 15th, 2014
Aviation Parkway Temporarily Reduced to One Lane

Aviation Parkway will be temporarily reduced to one lane of travel near the NC54 intersection starting September 15 with an expected completion date of September 20. Contractors will be on site widening Aviation Parkway to a 4-lane, median-divided road from Cotten Drive to the entrance of Cedar Fork District Park.  Please plan accordingly for increased traffic delays and slowdowns on Aviation Parkway.
Property Manager Change
After multiple discussions between our Board and Professional Property Management of Raleigh, Inc. (PPM) about clarifications to their contract and our desire for an expansion of the services covered, PPM elected to not renew our contract. The primary reason cited for the change is that PPM believes, and the PCA Board agrees, a majority of a property manager’s time is required to manage our large neighborhood association.  Due to PPM’s commitments to its other customers, serviced by our same property manager, PPM was not in a position to make portfolio adjustments at this time.
Your PCA Board is currently soliciting bids for replacement community management services and expects to name a new management company in time for our Annual Meeting in November.  Meanwhile, PPM will be available to service our needs. While this will be a period of change for our neighborhood, your PCA Board believes a new manager, together with a new contract structure and focus, will deliver professional and highest quality services to each of you and to our neighborhood.
Break-In Reported
In our recently completed neighborhood survey, most of you responded you would appreciate being informed of unlawful activity.  Well, last week a home in the Creek Park area was broken into, with the burglar(s) entering the home from the golf course side through a window off the deck.  This occurred around 9:00pm while the owners were absent, but AFTER a couple earlier that evening had been through the neighborhood going door to door.  Please be alert.
2014 Annual Meeting
Posted on Aug 26th, 2014 Comments (0)
The 2014 Annual Meeting page has been established.  You can access it by clicking here or by navigating to it via the menu bar to the left.  It can be found under Board of Directors & Meetings -> Annual Membership Meetings -> 2014 Annual Meeting.
The meeting is planned for November, but check back regularly for updated information about exact date, time and location of the meeting.  Copies of information that will be mailed prior to the meeting will be made available here too.
Following the meeting, this page will contain a summary of the meeting's events.
Survey Reminder and Community Participation
Posted on Aug 8th, 2014 Comments (2)
Neighbors, the PCA Board would like to thank all of you that have taken the time to respond to our survey request regarding issues addressed by our Vision 2015/2018.  Your responses and comments are helpful as we work to finalize the Plan (the plan has been posted in draft form on our website, at  If you have not yet responded, please consider taking a moment to respond to the brief survey by clicking this link.
Town of Cary Public Hearing Notice-Barbee Tract
Posted on Aug 7th, 2014 Comments (0)
The Town of Cary will be holding a public hearing on Monday, August 18, 2014 at or after 6:30 PM in the Town Council Chambers at 316 North Acadamy Street in downtown Cary.  This hearing is being held to discuss an application to rezone part of the Barbee tract located near the intersection of Hogan's Valley Way and Davis Drive.  
To review this information in more detail please read this document made available by the Town of Cary and/or visit the website listed in the letter.  

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