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Oxford Hills Residents,
Uniform Curb Address Numbering Is Coming To Oxford Hills
A proposal to install uniform curb address numbering for our homes was passed at the Oxford Hills Homes Association Annual Meeting by an overwhelming majority. Existing Homes Association funds will be used for this project so no additional expense will be incurred by individual homeowners. The firefighters and police at the fall party endorsed the curb addresses for the neighborhood.
The sample curb address, installed by LT’s Reflective Technology, can be seen in front of the home at 12005 Windsor.
Each reflective curb address number will be placed next to the driveway directly in front of each home. It will be requested that this product cover up any old address marker if possible.
LT’s Reflective Technology will begin the installation on Monday October 10th.
More information about the company: http://ltsreflectivetechnology.com/index.html.
If you have any questions, please contact a member of the Oxford Hills Homes Association Board or contact us at oxfordhills.org.
President: Bill Kelley – 913-338-5882
Vice President: Linda La Piana – 913-451-7888
Secretary: Barb Corder – 913-491-1718
Laurel Bondi – 913-327-7783
Doug Breyfogel – 913-661-9182
Brian Hicks – 816-777-9887
Nick Perkins – 816-206-9899
WCA/Town & Country Yard Waste Collection
Town and Country Disposal sold to WCA in November 2015. The Oxford Hills board has been in contact with WCA/Town & Country multiple times concerning yard waste pickup. We have also contacted the City of Leawood.
Many neighborhoods and cities are having issues with WCA/Town & Country and other Waste Removal Companies.
WCA/Town & Country Garbage Collection
Routine trash pickup for Oxford Hills is Wednesday. WCA/Town & Country requests that we place trash and recycling at the curb by 6:30am on collection day or the night before.
WCA/Town & Country observes three holidays (New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, & Christmas Day). If trash day falls on the holiday or holiday eve, then trash will be picked up on the day after the holiday, ex. Friday after Thanksgiving.
Styrofoam, plastic bags, gift wrap, blueprints, hanging file folders, aseptic containers, paper cups, paper plates, tissue paper, paper towels, photographs, pet food bags, fertilizer bags, charcoal bags, kitty litter bags, plastic container that contained oil, antifreeze, other petroleum fluids, and glass continue to be non-recyclable items.