Monthly Archives: March 2018

Leaf pick -up

As you may or may not be aware, the leaf vacuum and branch chipping equipment are part of a shared services agreement.  Use of the equipment is scheduled in advance of the season and unfortunately limits the Service Department’s ability to react to the weather.  We are well aware that the microburst and subsequent snowfall… Read more »

Kick Start Dance inspiring Kids

A quick chat with dance instructor, Donala! Donala taught Kick Start Dance for children ages 3-5 at the Reminderville Athletic Club recently and here are her thoughts about teaching these amazing kids.   1.What types of dance did you instruct the kids in? The children were introduced to ballet, tap and jazz. 2.What is the… Read more »

Still time to contribute!

by Chip Basel     Looking for ways to decrease last year’s income and boost your savings? You have until April 15th to contribute to a Pre-Tax or Roth IRA. If you contribute to a Pre-Tax IRA, you can deduct that amount from your reportable income. Remember that when you withdraw those funds in retirement,… Read more »

Nature Events Nearby

Saturday, March 17, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ATTRACTING WILDLIFE WITH NATIVE PLANTS Do you want to see more birds, butterflies, and other wildlife? Join Naturalist Joe Malmisur to see how you can attract wildlife to your back yard by planting certain native plants. Learn why native plants, trees and shrubs are so important. Transform… Read more »

Watch out for the Dirty Dozen

The IRS releases its 2018 list of tax scams From March 5th through March 13th their website will be updated daily for consumer alerts. For the latest update, go to This year’s Dirty Dozen list includes: * Phishing * Phone Scams * Identity Theft * Return Preparer Fraud * Fake Charities * Inflated Refund Claims * Excessive Claims for Business Credits… Read more »