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8/6/17 Road and Sidewalk Construction Update
The concrete work has been completed. Crews will still be working in the neighborhood this week to complete restoration of lawns, irrigation repairs and general clean up. Their goal is to be 100% complete by the end of the week.
If you have irrigation system damage caused by the cement work, please send an e-mail with your address and a description of the problem to RoadRepairs@PRRMA.org That will go to all of the PRRMA board member and Nagle Paving.
Asphalt milling and paving will be the next step of the project. As of now, they were able to secure Wednesday 8/23 and Thursday 8/24 for the milling work to take place. Provided that schedule does not get changed by them, their intentions would be to mill those days, continue to clean and prep on Friday 8/25 and then come in and pave, most likely on Monday 8/28. Paving will take two days so with this schedule, they would be 100% complete prior to Labor Day. As they get closer, they post notices to the homeowners directly in the work areas notifying them that we are coming and requesting the they do not park on the street. We will also ask that irrigation is turned off for the two days we are paving. All of that will be spelled out in the notice. Remember , all of this is weather dependent, especially the paving.
See the PRRMA web site for updates and for a map of the roadwork to be completed.
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Making updates to the Exterior of your Home?
This note is a reminder that BEFORE you start exterior home or landscape improvements, approval is required by the subdivision’s Architectural Review Committee (ARC). This means that any exterior change such as a swimming pool, roof on your house, deck, patio, etc. should be submitted in writing to the committee for approval. The reason for this rule is to ensure that every house meets the specifications intended for our subdivision in order to maintain the look and quality that we desire as a community.
For your convenience, there are two ways to fill out and send your Application for Project Review form, which can be found on the Architectural Review page.
- Please use the links to the right to sign up for our facebook page and to subscribe to or update your e-mail information.
- Please contact the Architectural Review committee BEFORE making changes to your landscaping or exterior of your home. Details can be found on the Architectural Review page.
- Don't know what PRRMA is? Check the Roadway page.
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For your safety...
Pheasant Run Golf Club is a golf course. All guests must pay appropriate fees to golf. For the safety of everyone, Pheasant Run Golf Course, including the cart paths, can only be used for their intended purposes from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. from April - November. Violators may be subject to prosecution. Utilizing Pheasant Run property for unintended recreation is AT YOUR OWN RISK.
For information on Canton’s walking paths and trail system, please go to Canton Leisure Services web page at www.cantonfun.org
Please contact the Pheasant Run Clubhouse at 734/397-6460 should you have any questions.
Pheasant Run Golf Club
46500 Summit Parkway
Canton, MI 48188