The Voice of America (VOA) features GATHM National Night Out
- Published on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 5:34 PM
GATHM's National Night Out event, held this past August 2nd, was featured online via The Voice of America. The article is available here:
GATHM Featured In Washington Post
- Published on Saturday, June 25, 2016 2:50 PM
Our community was featured in the Washington Post Real Estate section earlier this week. Read the full article on the Washington Post website: https://www.washingtonpost.com/realestate/the-grove-at-huntley-meadows-an-alexandria-neighborhood-gets-better-with-age/2016/06/22/e7c937ce-280b-11e6-a3c4-0724e8e24f3f_story.html?wpisrc=nl_va&wpmm=1
New Landscape Services for Townhomes
- Published on Sunday, February 14, 2016 8:04 PM
Effective this year, the Homeowners Association (HOA) will provide additional front lawn and landscape bed services for all townhomes in the community, as part of your monthly HOA assessment. The services will be provided by Palmer’s Property Maintenance. Townhome landscape services will now include all of the following, unless owners choose to opt out:
Turf chemical treatments for each townhome front lawn:
(a) Pre-emergent & Spring Fertilization (March/April & May/June)
(b) Broadleaf Weed Control (May/June & September/October)
(c) Early Fall Fertilization (September/October)
(d) Late Fall Fertilization (November/December)
Palmers will place notices at the entrance of the community at least 48 hours prior to all chemical applications.
(a) Edge, weed and mulch each townhome landscape bed, including the driveway strips.
Mulch shall be a dark brown or black, high-quality hardwood mulch. Side and back landscape beds are not included and remain the responsibility of the homeowner.
Mowing & Trimming:
(a) Mow and trim each front lawn during the spring and summer growth season, every 7-10 days. Frequency is weather dependent and subject to change without notice. Side and back lawns are not included and remain the responsibility of the home owner.
Please note that these additional services do not include pruning of shrubs and trees on individually owned townhome property, and this required maintenance remains the responsibility of the individual homeowner.
After Years of Work, Route 1 Evolves in Fairfax County
- Published on Monday, April 13, 2015 9:44 AM