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The Bluffs at Richmond Hill The Bluffs at Richmond Hill
The Bluffs at Richmond Hill Homeowners Association    Post Office Box 30      Richmond Hill, GA  31324
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Social/Recreation Committee Membership Meeting
Monday, October 24th, 7:30 PM at The Hamptons - 115 Abercorn
Social/Recreation Committee Meeting will be held on Monday, October 24th at Tammy Hampton's - 115 Abercorn Lane at 7:30 PM.  All new and old members are welcome to attend!  Please let RSVP to Tammy @ 912-532-1916. 
Halloween Costume Contest & Trick-or-Treating
Monday, October 31st, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM at Pool House
Happy Halloween! Come to the Halloween Costume Contest for all children from infant to Elementary School.  Adults are welcomed to dress up too!  Once Contest is over, please enjoy the rest of the evening Trick-or-Treating in the neighborhood till 8:30 PM.  Be safe and have fun!

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Hurricane Debris Clean Up
Posted on Oct 13th, 2016
During the October 12th meeting of the Board of Directors, the topic of Hurricane debris removal was discussed.  It was decided that property owners are responsible for the removal of all debris from their property, and the HOA will be responsible for debris clean up and removal on HOA common property (not easement).  Property owners may contact 800-451-1945 for assistance.
Treasurer Position
Posted on Oct 4th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Bluffs is currently searching for a volunteer to Replace Heather Hendren as our Treasurer.  Heather has done a wonderful job and all of her hard work is greatly appreciated.  Heather has also volunteered to train her replacement. Please submit your name to the Board of Directors
Water Pressure
Posted on Aug 21st, 2016
After speaking to the Water Management person that maintains our well and water system, he explained how our well and other wells are connected and what affects our pressure.
He did a drive thru survey and said he found a lot of irrigation systems watering at peak household demand times especially in the morning.  He said our subdivision had the most  irrigation systems running of all the subdivisions he oversees.  He said irrigation needs to be avoided between 5AM to 10AM and 5PM and 10PM.  Watering should be done after 10PM and before 5AM.   For example:  If a person has 8 zones each running 30 minutes it will take 4 hours to complete the watering.  If early morning irrigation is running, the water pressure is going to decrease.  Irrigation water is taken from the incoming water line to the house before water enters the house and will reduce the pressure (unless your using a private well).
Watering between 10PM and 5AM has been proven to be an effective time to water lawns.  This is only a recommendation; One can go to the UGA Agronomy website and read about watering lawns.
The Water Management person monitors our well and subdivision 2 or 3 times a week.  Water Management is watching our well and the chlorination levels.  He said water pressure will decrease for houses the farthest from the well but still should be adequate to run inside faucets and showers.   
HOA President
Steve Burrell

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