There are 365 homes in Green Lane and 328 of them are members of the association.
The new benches in the park are a result of Tim Uhrich’s Eagle Scout project. Tim is the son of Tom and Evonne and lives at 213 Green Lane Drive.
Dangerous tree branches, hanging over sidewalks and streets, are the responsibility of the
homeowner. If they fall on someone or something, the homeowner is liable for the damage, so please get them cut as soon as possible. The township will charge you for the cost, if they have to do it.
New blue and yellow recycle bins have been distributed to all residents. They have a much greater capacity to support recycling of accepted types. New ones can be obtained at the township building at no cost.
85% of the people ticketed for speeding on Green Lane Drive are from the neighborhood. No more blaming it on outsiders! This is a heads up, for all of you drivers, from the township police department.
Any swimming pool deeper than 24 inches must meet building code requirements. That refers to the new pools seen in yards that are not blown up, but enlarge by filling them with water.
Trucks weighing 7500 pounds or more cannot be parked on the street during nonworking hours.
Homeowners can be fined by the township for having low branches, overhanging bushes, and sidewalks that are uneven. They are a danger to our walkers in the development. Have you noticed how many walkers are now using the street?
Lamppost lights, turned on at night, make it so much safer for our resident walkers.
A smile and wave of thanks are two simple things to do when crossing our bridge when someone yields for you. It’s just common courtesy and keeps our bridge so special. Several years ago the county wanted to replace our bridge and the community turned them down. It means so much to all of us. Please use good sense and good manners when using it.