Food Truck Tuesdays!
Up Next: 2 BOLD Chefs & a Mediterranean Truck creates a modern MEDITERRANEAN cuisine with a unique approach to BOLD flavors!
2 BOLD Chefs will be offering Curbside “No CONTACT” takeout services Tuesday, June 9th. They will be located at the Stone Carver location at 24605 Stone Carver Drive from 12 Noon-7 PM.
To follow guidelines on social distancing, ALL ORDERS MUST BE ORDERED AND PAID ONLINE. Make sure you select “Stone Ridge” when placing your order.
To see the menu and place an order: http://2boldchefs.com
*Note: Scroll halfway down the main page to view menu and to see Stone Ridge link on left side.
Gateway Commons Paving!
Virginia Paving will pave all streets in Gateway Commons Glascock on and June 8th June 9th, weather permitting. They will start by spraying the streets with a liquid that binds the new asphalt to the old and fills voids in the base asphalt.
It is safe to drive on the street before paving starts if this liquid is down, but we encourage you not to drive up the street and then pull into your driveway with this liquid on your tires because it will stain your driveway. This will not be a concern after paving is complete.
You may experience brief delays, but at no time will you be blocked from entering or leaving your home or the neighborhood. Please do not schedule any large deliveries on this day.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE STREET FROM 6 AM UNTIL PAVING OPERATION IS COMPLETE.
ANY VEHICLES PARKED ON THE STREET AT THE START OF THIS PAVING OPERATION WILL BE TOWED.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Michael Carroll at 703-843-4303.
Annual Lot Inspections
Association staff has resumed conducting lot inspections this month.
Each lot is inspected to make sure that the home is in compliance according to Community Code No. 1, Design and Maintenance Standards. Such items include making sure there is an approved application on file for any modifications, grass is mowed, shutters are intact, no dead trees on property, etc.
For more information please visit the March edition of Etched in Stone.
Please Do Not Feed the Geese!
Did you know, a goose’s natural diet consists of grasses, aquatic plants, small insects, and fish? The bread, crackers, and pizza crust, and popcorn that people feed to geese are just as much “junk food” for the birds as they are for humans. These unnecessary dietary additions contribute to health problems among geese. By filling up on the scraps tossed away by people, geese become more likely to suffer from malnutrition. A diet rich in simple carbohydrates also causes the birds to experience increased defecation – yes, feeding the geese causes them to poo more – and because geese congregate in areas where there is an abundance of food, when people feed them regularly, the poo really starts to pile up. This increases the likelihood of disease transmission among geese. The unsightly, fowl-smelling droppings also create walking hazards on sidewalks and lawns – which is more of a concern for people than for the birds.
The Activities Committee would like you to participate in their survey seeking input from residents about what activities you would be interested in attending in the future. For those that include their email address at the end of the survey will be entered to win one of 20 gift cards (20 winners total).