Deerfield Village, WV POA


Welcome to the Deerfield Village Propery Owners’ Association in Shepherdstown, WV Website.

This is the home page for the Deerfield Village Property Owners’ Association. The site is designed to provide residents of the Deerfield Village Community with information about the Association along with other neighborhood activities.

The Deerfield Village Board of Directors meeting for the month of March will be replaced by the annual All-Hands Homeowners Meeting to be held on March 1st at 49 Rolling Green Court (7:00 pm.). The agenda for the meeting is listed below. Please plan to attend.

News You Can Use – Week of 31 January

Deerfield Village Arboreal Policy

Trees are very important to Deerfield Village. The Board of Directors have approved tree replacement procedures that enable residents to participate and be reimbursed for part of the expense. The policy document can be found on the Resources Page — look under “Other Documents.”

Property Owners’ Association — Annual Meeting Agenda

I. Call to order

II. Minutes — Janie McSwain

III. Annual Reports of Officers and Committees
A. President — Patrick Bonacorda
B. Treasurer — Erdem Ergin
C. Finance Committee — Devin McCreery
D. Rules & Policy — Kirk Bottner
E. Streets & Grounds — Debbie Crouse
F. Social — Mike Bass & Sidney Lewis

IV. Old and Unfinished Business

V. New Business
A. Aboreal Policy — Kirk
B. Matching Grant with Dept. of Forestry – spring Grant — Jim
C. Future snow plans and concerns — Paul
D. Vehicle break-ins — Mike Bass
E. Roll Call for Voting — Janie/Pattie
F. Nomination & Election of Officers
a. Announcement of new board members
b. Schedule first meeting at 7:15 PM Tues., April 5th

VI. Good and Welfare
A. “Curb your dog.” — Debbie
B. Ideas or Suggestions for Future Activities or Projects

VII. Adjournment

Deerfield Village in the News

Check out this article about Deerfield Village on the Cacapon Web Site….

Water Saving Tips

Water is expensive — these water saving tips are provided by Jefferson Utilities, Inc.

• Run your dishwasher and laundry with full loads
• Wash fruits and vegetables in a pan of water instead of under a running faucet
• Hold a 1 gallon bucket in your shower. If the bucket fills up in less than 20 seconds, then you should consider replacing your shower head with a more water efficient model
• Verify you have no leaking toilets of faucets. We’re more likely to notice leaks indoors, but don’t forget to check outdoor faucets, sprinklers and hoses for leaks

Approximate amounts of water used for common household activities:
•   Laundry – 30 gallons per load
•   Shower/tub – 30 gallons per shower
•   Toilet – 5 gallons per flush
•   Dishwasher – 15 to 30 gallons per load

The commonly accepted per household value for water consumption is 4,500 gallon per month.

Trash Talk

Some electronics, specifically televisions, computers and computer monitors or any device that has a video screen, have been banned from landfills in this area. These items must be separated from your regular trash and you must call or e-mail Apple Valley Waste customer service to schedule a separate pickup. E-mail or call 877-267-1280 for information or to schedule pickup.

Did You Know…

Help Keep Our Neighborhood Litter Free

Summer brings rain to the area and also puts a lot ow water in the bottom of your trash and re-cycling containers. Please use lids or drill small holes in the bottom to allow water to escape. This willl help avoid service delays (due to the containers being too heavy) and aid in the safe collection of the waste.

Please make sure all trash is bagged and all bags are tied shut before placing at the curb.

Help keep the area litter free. If you are using an open-top recycle bin, you can bag your recyclables and then place the bag inside the container to indicate that it is for recycle collection. This will help keep recycling from blowing around the area.

Make sure all trash and recycling is out the night before your scheduled pickup date. Check containers for bee nests.

You Don’t Have To Go Far…

Many services are available right here in Deerfield Village. Looking to buy or sell something? Have Insurance needs or advice? Need plumbing services? A builder? A cake for a special occasion? Check out the Residents Page – the page is for YOUR use – take advantage of it.

Solid Waste Recycling

The Jefferson County Solid Waste Authority accepts used motor oil, kerosene, transmission/hydraulic fluid, newspapers and magazines, brown, green and clear glass bottles, aluminum and tin cans and Number 1 and 2 plastic. The facility is located in Leetown on Orchard Road and is open 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Call 304-728-0430 for information.