Homeowners Association established for Cherry Hill Lane

Newly-elected member Shannon Cotter Marsella joined her first Housing Board meeting with a fresh update on the Cherry Hill Lane Homeowners Association. The board met via telecommunications on Tuesday, Dec. 8.
Cotter Marsella announced that island resident Pete Tweedy, who has been volunteering his time and efforts with establishing the Cherry Hill Lane Homeowners Association, has been completing “a list of things” for the Association, such as setting up a bank account and mailbox.
Housing Board Chair Cindy Pappas noted she had been in communication with Bain Transue of A. Transue Corp. for site work around the five Cherry Hill Lane homes, and “he is still on deck for ongoing issues.” Recently, there were basement leaks in some of the houses from the severe rain storms, and stormwater runoff was found in the area, too.
“Bain did come fix the road once… it has a distinct pattern where the runoff is. But the rain added to it,” said Cotter Marsella.
“The more vegetation you get in there, the better it will be,” said Pappas.
Pappas noted that Transue will be “on deck for a year” with the Homeowners Association for work that may need to be done.

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