The Board of Directors is looking for volunteers for the Architectual Committee as well as the Board of Directors. If interested, click here.
The Board is conducting a survey of the community regarding the Bylaws. In particular, the Board is gathering community input on if any changes are required to the existing bylaws. The survey can found here.
The 2017 Annual Meeting Minutes can be found here. These will be formally presented to the community for an acceptance vote at the 2018 Annual Meeting. I've deleted references to homeowner addresses and phone numbers.
The Board is requesting input from the community on if we'd like to host the Sheriffs department for a crime prevention discussion. To take the survey, click here.
Hello Neighbors! We are pleased to announce that the tradition of the Byrum Woods Easter Egg Hunt will continue this year! Please join us March 25 at 2:00 p.m. (Rain date March 31 at 2:00 p.m.) McIntyre's Bunny Patch (2800 Mattlyn Ct.) This event is for EVERYONE, not just kids. There will be sandwiches, chips, and drinks for [...]
The Board has been looking for a landscaping company to help maintain the entrances. To date, they haven't been able to find anyone at a reasonable price. The Board will keep looking (if you know of someone that may be interested, please let the Board know), and hopes to find someone soon. Until then, please [...]
Several residents have received a notice from NCDOT stating that there will be engineering work related to the widening of Creedmoor soon. The current NCDOT plan can be found here. According to the Feb 2018 plan, the earliest any construction will take place is FY 2022, with Right of Way and Utility work being done. [...]
I've closed the LED light survey. The Board has the response information and will be providing the community and update after this months Board meeting. Thanks, John
We have received a few questions regarding the LED lighting proposal. The Board would like to share the questions, and to provide what information we have available. The first question was regarding the blue light intensity of the proposed lights. The question referenced the following AMA recommendation: https://www.ama-assn.org/ama-adopts-guidance-reduce-harm-high-intensity-street-lights The second set of questions were regarding [...]
Duke Energy Replacement Street Lighting to LED With the help and insight provided from one of our neighbors, Lorrie Maggio from Duke Energy, we have been informed that our subdivision is eligible to upgrade our neighborhood street lighting from the current sodium lighting to a more cost effective and efficient LED. Did you know, every [...]