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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

BRUSH PICK UP NOTICE


Metro Nashville Public Works Department is scheduled to begin Brush and Leaf collections in your area on Thursday, September 11, 2014.

Thank you!
 

To ensure that your brush will be collected, you should have limbs and all other yard waste out and ready for pick-up by the date above. Place only limbs, branches and true yard waste by the curb for brush crews. Lumber, household trash and other types of debris found in your brush pile means it won't get picked up. Brush piles should not be placed close to mailboxes, utility poles, fences, trees, other stationary objects, in ditches or near storm drains. The mechanical arm of the knuckle boom truck needs enough room to lift the brush pile up and into the trailer pulled behind the truck.

Place leaves in biodegradable paper bags only. Paper biodegradable bags can be purchased at most hardware stores, Wal-Mart's, Target, Home Depot, etc. Public Works also has a supply of these bags available for purchase at the Omohundro Convenience Center: 5 bags for $3.00 and 10 bags for $6.00.

Plastic bags will not be picked up.

For questions about services please contact our Public Works Customer Service Representatives at 311, 880-1000 or visit Brush Do's and Don'ts.

Thank You,

Waste Management Division
Metro Nashville Public Works

Monday, April 21, 2014

DATES TO REMEMBER

As we get closer to SUMMER here are some dates to keep in mind and remember:

POOL KEY SWAP - For security reasons, and to insure that current residents have a working pool key, we will have the Pool Key Swap on Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Pool - Playground Pavilion.

PROJECTED POOL OPENING - We plan on the Pool to open on Friday, May 24, 2014. Many things will have to occur before that date which includes clean up and the pool inspection by Metro Codes Department.

SPRING YARD SALE - Our Subdivision sponsored Yard Sale will be Saturday, June 7, 2014. The HOA will purchase ads in the newspaper and place the Yard Sale signs around the heavily traveled streets in the community.

Looking forward to seeing you and have a great spring and summer.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


From: Sgt. Taylor Schmitz, Metro Police Department
March 19, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

          South Precinct detectives are investigating Tuesday night’s fatal shooting of Moises Zarate, 37, during an apparent robbery attempt outside his residence in the 5000 block of Oakwood Forest Drive [Una Antioch Pike/Piccadilly area].

          Two masked, armed gunman reportedly approached Zarate and his cousin as they were unloading items from their vehicle at 9:30 p.m.  One of the suspects grabbed  Zarate from behind while the second suspect threatened to shoot his cousin.  As Zarate’s cousin ran for help he heard a gunshot and saw the suspects flee on foot.  Zarate was struck and died at the scene. 

          The suspects are described as thin and approximately 5’11” tall.  The suspect who grabbed Zarate had long black hair.  They may have fled in a small silver car.

          Anyone with information about the persons involved in the murder of Moises Zarate is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.  Citizens can also send an electronic tip to Crime Stoppers by texting the word “CASH” along with their message to 274637 (CRIMES) or by logging onto www.nashvillecrimestoppers.com.  Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward. 

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Friday, March 7, 2014

Brush Pick Up Begins


Metro Nashville Public Works Department is scheduled to begin Brush and Leaf collections in your area on Wednesday, March 12, 2014.

Thank you!

To ensure that your brush will be collected, you should have limbs and all other yard waste out and ready for pick-up by the date above. Place only limbs, branches and true yard waste by the curb for brush crews. Lumber, household trash and other types of debris found in your brush pile means it won't get picked up. Brush piles should not be placed close to mailboxes, utility poles, fences, trees, other stationary objects, in ditches or near storm drains. The mechanical arm of the knuckle boom truck needs enough room to lift the brush pile up and into the trailer pulled behind the truck.

Place leaves in biodegradable paper bags only. Paper biodegradable bags can be purchased at most hardware stores, Wal-Mart's, Target, Home Depot, etc. Public Works also has a supply of these bags available for purchase at the Omohundro Convenience Center: 5 bags for $3.00 and 10 bags for $6.00.

Plastic bags will not be picked up.

DO NOT REPLY to this mailbox, it is not monitored and is used for the sending of automated collection notices. For questions about services please contact our Public Works Customer Service Representatives at 311, 880-1000 or visit Brush Do's and Don'ts.

Thank You,

Waste Management Division
Metro Nashville Public Works

Friday, January 3, 2014

HOLIDAY LIGHTS WINNERS

Thanks to all who decorated for the holidays and showed their spirit of the season. The winners of the gift cards are:

South Section
1st Place - 801 Pebble Creek Court
2nd Place - 2804 Johnson Pass
3rd Place - 2540 Johnson Ridge

North Section
1st Place - 2525 Oak Forest Drive
2nd Place - 605 Oak Forest Lane
3rd Place - 2561 Oak Forest Drive

Congratulations to all!

Thursday, December 5, 2013

OAKWOOD HOLIDAY HOME DECORATION CONTEST

OAKWOOD Holiday Decoration Contest


We are again looking for the best decorated homes in OAKWOOD. The viewing and judging will be now until December 23 to give everyone time to put the finishing touches on your decorating projects. Winners will be announced on December 30th.
 
First, Second and Third place prizes will be awarded in Phase 1 and Phase 2
 
1st Place - $75 Home Improvement Center gift card.
2nd Place - $50 Home Improvement Center gift card.
3rd Place - $25 Home Improvement Center gift card.

Thank you for participating and happy decorating!
 
The Oakwood Board of Directors / Ghertner Property Management

METRO BRUSH PICKUP SCHEDULE


Dear Oakwood Homeowners:

Attached is the bush collection schedule from Metro Public Works. Our next scheduled bush pick up day is December 12, 2013. To ensure that your brush will be collected, you should have limbs and all other yard waste out and ready for pick-up by the date above. Place only limbs, branches and true yard waste by the curb for brush crews. Lumber, household trash and other types of debris found in your brush pile means it won't get picked up. Brush piles should not be placed close to mailboxes, utility poles, fences, trees, other stationary objects, in ditches or near storm drains. The mechanical arm of the knuckle boom truck needs enough room to lift the brush pile up and into the trailer pulled behind the truck.

Place leaves in biodegradable paper bags only. Paper biodegradable bags can be purchased at most hardware stores, Wal-Mart's, Target, Home Depot, etc. Public Works also has a supply of these bags available for purchase at the Omohundro Convenience Center: 5 bags for $3.00 and 10 bags for $6.00.

Plastic bags will not be picked up.

For questions about services please contact our Metro Public Works Customer Service Representatives at 311, 880-1000 or visit Brush Do's and Don'ts.

Thank You,

Oakwood Board of Directors