Weather Update

More rainfall is expected due to Hurricane Joaquin, which became a category 3 hurricane as of Wednesday night. This, along with other contributing factors, will result in significant rainfall in North and South Carolina.

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The Value of Quailty Landscaping

Most associations have a robust landscaping budget, but the practical purposes accomplished by quality landscaping makes it money well spent. Landscaping can save money. Substituting perennial ground cover for grass greatly reduces maintenance, and drought-tolerant plants reduce water costs. Shrubs and trees screen unsightly utility boxes, trash areas or an unfortunate view. They also make effective sound barriers and privacy screens.

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PMC Employee Receives Certification

Priestley Management Company is pleased to announce that a PMC employee, Vonda Wadhams, who is located in our Winston-Salem office, has been awarded the Professional Designation Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA).

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Protect Pets—and Common Areas—from Parasites

Cats and dogs can be great companions, but they also can carry fleas, ticks and parasites into your home and your community. Infestations can spread rapidly through a community when flea-infested carpeting or pet bedding is disposed of improperly, when a flea-infested pet plays with your pet and when pet waste is left uncollected on common areas.

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The Worth of Landscaping

Landscaping is a substantial expense for homeowner associations; but, it’s also a major factor in curb appeal. Board of directors consider it a long-term investment in their community. Consider the value of landscaping to your community.

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Fiduciary Know-How

The sheer mention of fiduciary responsibility may deter some homeowners from volunteering for board service, but it shouldn’t. Handling the association’s finances is one of the board’s most important duties, and it doesn’t have to be complicated.

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