Effective immediately Prince William County has imposed the following restrictions for recycled material on Charlie and Son, our trash and recycling hauler and, accordingly, on us as users of their services. For more information on the County’s decision please refer to http://www.pwcgov.org/news/pages/Immediate-Changes-to-Recycling-in-the-County.aspx
Acceptable recyclable materials
- Clean #1 and #2 plastic. If uncertain on these codes, search “recycling categories” on the internet. Material must be clean. If not, dispose as routine trash. Charlie & Son will not clean for you.
- Clean aluminum and tin
- Mixed paper to include newspapers and cereal boxes.
- Cardboard, but no section larger than 2’ x 2’. Must be able to fit in recycle bin.
Unacceptable material for recycling
- Glass of any type
- #3, #4, #5, #6 and #7 plastic.
This winter has included several windy days and, unfortunately, these days have occurred on recycle Mondays. This exacerbates an already ongoing litter problem that Hunters Ridge experiences. The HOA is not staffed to collect this litter and the cost to contract to have the litter collected would raise annual dues considerably. With this in mind, residents are encouraged to pick up litter when they see it whether it’s in their yard or not. They are also encouraged to weigh down recyclables on recycle Mondays when wind is expected. Refilled water bottles work very well. Please help the HOA in keeping Hunters Ridge free of litter.
On November 15, 2018 two existing HOA Board members, Felix Boughton and Jim White, were re-elected to new three year terms beginning 1/1/2019. A special meeting was convened to consider their appointment since a quorum was not reached at the General Membership Meeting earlier in the evening. Both Felix and Jim agreed to stand for re-election. No other nominees came forward. Felix will continue to serve as Secretary. Jim will serve as 1st Vice President and Chairperson of the Architectural Review Committee and the Grounds Committee. For more details on the election see the online minutes for 11/15/2018.
Since its May, 2016 introduction, the Hunters Ridge Text Alert System has enrolled 234 Hunters Ridge residents representing 130 homes, or 60% of the community. Interested in signing up online? Go to http://www.Mobile-Text-Alerts.com/HRHOA .
Reminder, all of the streets in Hunters Ridge are state roads and, as such, maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). This includes snow plowing. The HOA does not provide this service. If a resident has questions or concerns regarding snow removal they should contact VDOT directly at 800-367-7623.