After completion of the beach project, the contractor graded and seeded the common area after which the seeded area was covered with straw, which was covered with nylon netting to hold the straw in place.
After a couple of storms, some of the netting was blown away. On Tuesday, March 28, Frank Goyette and Joe Schlatter placed straw blankets over the areas from which the netting had blown away.
Grass is beginning to sprout under the straw — we need to protect the new grass until late this summer at which time it will be fairly well established.
CAUTION: Although the netting is secured to the ground with wire staples, the netting still presents a tripping hazard because the net can catch on shoes and can bunch up under your feet.
PLEASE USE CAUTION IF YOU ARE WALKING ON THE SEEDED AREA SO YOU DON’T TRIP ON THE NETTING.
NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE PERMITTED ON THE SEEDED AREA.