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4 Party Rentals • Moonwalks • Combo Slides • Tables • Table Covers • Decorations • Candy Bar • Chairs Please call or text Carolina with a phone number for a quote or any questions 281-660-1419 Marcos A/C AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SPECIALISTS Family Owned & Operated • Residential & Commercial Serving West Houston and the Surrounding Areas Since 1987 CHECK OUT OUR REVIEWS ONLINE! A+ Prepared for Summer? We can help! • Up to 60 Months No Interest Financing (WAC) • Neighborhood references available upon request 281-733-9860 cell 713.467.HVAC (4822) WE SERVICE ALL BRANDS Certifi ed, Licensed & Insured • TACLA26986E HOA Management Contact Information Cassandra Perez, Copper Grove Community Manager Email: Phone: 713-984-7293 Copper Grove Board Meeting Copper Grove Board Meetings are usually the 2 nd Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM. If you are planning to attend, call FirstService Residential at 713-984-7201 to confirm that this meeting has not been rescheduled. President: Vice President: Members: COPPER GROVE NEWS Copper Grove Board Members Jerry Ordeneaux Vicky Despeaux Carrie Dalton, Al Cousson, Mike Palermo Architectural Modifications All modifications to the exterior of your home must be approved in advance. For your convenience, the application may be found on FirstService Residential’s website Please submit application to: FirstService Residential 5295 Hollister Road Houston, Texas 77040 How Do We Look? Curb appeal has a big impact on your property value, even if your home is not for sale. Buyers evaluate the neighborhood, not just one house. Stand back from your house and take a close look to see if it needs a mini-makeover. Think about security as well. Has your shrubbery become overgrown, covering windows or blocking the sidewalk? Do low-hanging limbs obscure the front? Does the lawn have brown areas or weeds? Is the siding mildewed or paint peeling? You may want to ask a friend’s opinion; it is easy to overlook things we see everyday. Make plans now to spruce up. Cars that are parked in the street are also a turn-off to buyers. Make the extra effort to keep cars in the driveway. It looks better and is safer for your neighbors and your car. Most Common Deed Violations The Volume of letters sent regarding Violations continues to be an increasing expense for the Copper Grove Home Owners Association. All expenses incurred including postage to mail out fines, weigh seriously on the assessments paid by each homeowner. We request your compliance to help keep cost to a minimum and to keep our community as attractive as possible. March 2018 | Copper Grove

TOP 5 VIOLATIONS 1. Leaving trash cans out in public view. 2. Not maintaining your yard. 3. Not maintaining your fencing. 4. Not maintaining your paint on your house/or mold on the siding. Homeowners Please DO NOT TAPE FLIERS of any kind to our metal fencing. It removes the paint when the tape is pulled off. Thus they we need to be painted before they start to rust. Your Neighborhood Plumber Aaron’s Up-front Pricing $25 OFF With this Ad Since 1974 LIC. 17773 Complete Plumbing & Drain Service We Welcome Your Questions • Open 7 Days a Week 281-444-2000 Recycling Information For Copper Grove Area Great Website for information on recycling: Greenstar Recycling: Glass and lots of other things. Located at 1200 Brittmoore Rd, Houston, TX 77043. Best Buy Recycling: • Three items per household per day. • Nearly everything electronic, including tube TVs and monitors up to 32 inch, flat-panel TVs and monitors up to 60 inch, peripherals, DVD players, home and car audio, cell phones, MP3 players and cables. • Desktop or laptop computers. • Small electrics, fans and vacuums. Come Experience the Transforming Power and the Accepting Love of Jesus Christ Batteries Plus: Recycling spent batteries and light bulbs. Wal-Mart & AutoZone: Normally accepts used oil, automotive batteries and antifreeze Copper Grove Neighborhood Watch Program Home repair scams often occur in daylight hours, in which a suspect will walk right into a resident’s home for the purpose of stealing valuables. Often the victimized homeowner is either in or near the home. The best way to keep these individuals from victimizing you is to simply keep your home locked, even if you are just working in the yard. Remember, anytime you are outside your home, you cannot possibly see every door that a would-be thief might enter. Traveling home improvement workers have been known to go door-to-door offering to pave or seal driveways, replace roofing or other unnecessary home repairs at a very cheap price. The criminal will request payment upfront and prefer cash, but may Building the Kingdom of God - Together! Join Us for Holy Week and Easter Maundy Thursday: 7:00 pm Good Friday: Stations of the Cross at Goforth Park 9:30 am Liturgy 7:00 pm Easter Sunday: 8:00am and 10:30am Egg hunts after each service 17020 West Rd. @ Queenston Houston, TX 77095 • 281.463.7330 Copper Grove | March 2018 5