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Hawk’s Nest News
Neighborhood Association Dues:
Our dues are $175/year due by March 1st. Dues should be mailed to:
HNHA, P.O. Box 4065, Dublin, OH 43016
Late fees are charged at $25 a month for each month dues are delinquent. Please contact our Treasurer with any questions. Click here for payment form.
VOTE for HNHA Board: Click here for ballot. Submit your 2017 HNHA ballot by (a) bringing the ballet with them to the Annual Meeting, (b) emailing the ballot to email@example.com , or (c) dropping off the ballot at 6157 Avocet Ct. prior to 6:30pm on January 25th.
Homeowner’s Association Meeting: All Hawk’s Nest homeowners are invited to attend our neighborhood meetings. Our main meeting occurs the third Monday of January and you will be notified of the time, date and location via email in early January.
The Annual Meeting will be on January 25th @6:30pm at 5157 Avocet Ct.
Mailboxes: As a courtesy, the mailboxes are stained every other year by the association. The next scheduled staining will be in May/June 2015. Please contact the landscape co-chair if you need to replace a number or a flag or to borrow stain in the meantime. The cost of staining, replacement numbers, and flags comes out of the association’s budget. If your mailbox needs replacing – please contact Cedar Craft (759-1600). Our box style is the “Duffy”. Costs for mailbox replacement are the responsibility of the homeowner. For more on mailboxes – please read the mailbox section of the HNHA Code of Regulations.
SIGN UP FOR EMERGENCY ALERTS
Dublin Police has launched an enhanced version of the Dublin Emergency Calling System. The system – known as DECS – automatically alerts residents, businesses and first responders in times of crisis.
The City has a new provider for the enhanced service, Emergency Communications Network and its software program, CodeRED. While most Dublin residents and businesses are already in the City’s system, people can now sign up and confirm they will be notified in case of emergency. The enhanced system also allows for faster message dissemination and better message management.
Recipients receive time-sensitive information and instructions on how to safely and quickly respond should the City experience an emergency situation, such as a crime alert, hazardous materials spill, natural disaster, child abduction or homeland security threat.
The system also provides timely communication with other public facilities citywide. Schools, daycare centers and other high-risk facilities can be alerted to take necessary action.
Safety Alert : Dublin Police are asking Hawk’s Nest residents to be alert to any suspicious activities or persons and to notify police immediately if you suspect a crime is taking place. There have been recent thefts of packages from porches. Please ask your neighbors to help if you are expecting deliveries and won’t be home. Also, be watchful of people or groups congregating in the neighborhood who don’t live in Hawk’s Nest. Please keep your garage doors closed and keep a close eye on your children when outside and at the bus stop.
Neighborhood Directory: If you are new to the neighborhood, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org informing us of your name, address, phone number and email and whether or not you would like to be included in the neighborhood directory. We have extra copies of the directory – let us know if you need one. The directory will next be published in 2015.
Is Your Contact Info Up to Date?
Please send an email to email@example.com to update your name, address, phone number and email addres