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Reminder there is an Owners meeting at the Pole Barn on Sunday 6/16 from 10:00-11:00. Agenda will be posted soon, financials will be posted to the bulletin boards for any that cannot attend. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago  ·  

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Hi all, a little confusion about the trash yard, bulk trash, and how it all works. Bulk trash (which we currently aren't accepting) is anything that is above and beyond that which you would throw away as household trash. Stuff bigger than what goes in a standard size trash bag in excess of what you would typically throw out in your day to day life. Standard trash is things such as styrofoam egg cartons,used paper napkins, table scraps, etc. It's not when someone chips up a sofa and tries to squeeze it in 20 trash bags. (This hasn't happened but I wouldn't put it past people). Large bulk stuff should get driven to the dump (By you). We also appreciate people's willingness to share the things that they don't want anymore. If you have a particular item that you think someone could get good use out of that you no longer want. Post about it here or stick a notice up on the community bulletin board and leave it at your place. The set of end tables shaped like mermaids shouldn't be left at the trash yard hoping someone else may want it. Chances are if you don't want it, no one else does either but if you want to share, do it at your place. Lastly recyclable dumpsters are for recyclables, paper products, aluminum, glass, and plastics. Look for the ♻️ symbol. Balancing the budget for Seashore Line is super challenging and having to worry about extra charges for dumpsters or chasing people down for fines really makes it unnecessarily difficult. So please think of our park and your neighbors and try to respect the trash yard rules. ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago  ·  

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Someone threw building materials into the recycling container. As a result they didn't pick it up. We must now have them come out at additional expense to dump this. This is the kind of thing that gets assessed back to whoever did it in fines once we review the camera. If it were a busy time we would be down a full dumpster while this was being resolved. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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Thank you are always to Seashorline's own GySgt Marty Coyle and Eileen Hertneck-Coyle. Every year you lead us in honoring our service men and women. It's always a solemn and beautiful event. You are amazing. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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Please do not use the activity room, front bathhouse or pole barn as overflow parking areas!! Thank you in advance. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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