A previous post was about the dissolution of the Ad Hoc Financial Advisory Committee. A new ad hoc committee has been established. This one is called the Assessment Analysis Committee. The mission, according to the new board president, is to advise the Bent Tree Board of Directors on the “…feasibility of seeking a CC&R amendment to alter lot assessments in Bent Tree. And, if an amendment is viable, what solution(s) does the committee recommend, and what would be an appropriate timeline.”
A Bent Tree Bullet was sent out a few days ago with a link to the committee’s initial report. The report can be found on Bent Tree’s official website (property owner login required).
Click here to link to an October 17, 2013 Georgia Outdoor News article that explains that hunters will likely see fewer deer this year in north Georgia due to the lack of acorns. Couple that with deer culling, and you have a good explanation for the decrease in deer sightings in Bent Tree.
The following photo of a Black Widow spider was taken yesterday in Bent Tree. The photo is of the spider’s back. It had the characteristic red hourglass on the abdomen, but it wouldn’t stay flipped over long enough to get a picture. And, once the spider was “culled”, you really couldn’t even tell it was a spider anymore, so no more photo opportunities. Click here to link to information about Black Widow spiders.
Just for fun: Here are two pictures taken yesterday near the intersection of Tamarack and Mulligan. There are two deer in each of the pictures (the second picture is zoomed). Look closely and you will see them (at least you should be able to find them in the zoomed picture). Note – both pictures were taken from the street. Click thumbnail for larger image.