All residents are invited to attend the Fall Business Meeting of the Greenbrier Residents, Inc. This by-law mandated event will be held at the home of Sarah and Carl Lee, 1805 Bahama Road. Drinks and snacks will be served at 6.30pm; the program will start promptly at 7pm.
Fayette County residents can dispose of non-hazardous household waste Saturday from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station, 1505 Old Frankfort Pike.
Hazardous materials such as pesticides, motor oil and paint will not be accepted at this event. Residents can bring such items to the Household Hazardous Waste Collection on October 19 from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike. This collection is free for Fayette County residents.
Councilmember Plomin is planning her first “Pizza with Public Safety” event to highlight tips and tricks for safety at home and in our neighborhoods. It will be held on Monday, October 7th from 6-8 p.m. at Lexington’s Eastside Branch Library.
Two Neighborhood Resource Officers and the Firefighters at Firestation #21 will be present at the event to answer questions and get to know the community. Food and drinks will be provided, and there will be a real firetruck in the parking lot for kids to tour and some free giveaways.
This is a special message from your GB Residents Board updated on Friday, Set. 20th. Next weekend will be a busy time for all our neighbors participating in the Fall Garage Sale on Saturday, September 28th from 8am – 2pm. Some homes will open on Friday, same hours, rain or shine. If you live on a street other than Bahama Road, please call Cyndy Powell at 299-5566, so she knows where to place signs to get customers to your treasures. Watch out for heavier traffic and keep any eye on kids and pets to make sure they stay safe. Have a fun weekend and enjoy the rest of the summer!
There are two special reasons tor freedom lovers to celebrate July 4th this year – and we’re not even talking about the US Declaration of Independence – which enshrined in a Bill of Rights religious freedom, freedom of speech, press freedom, and the right to peaceably assemble.
First is the neighborhood breakfast/brunch at the home of Jennifer and Ben Allen, 3785 Jamaica Court. Starting at 10am, neighbors are invited to bring a dish to share and a chair while kids enjoy playing on inflatables. No rain date is planned.
Second is the annual Greenbrier parade, hosted by parade meister extraordinaire Chris Thiel. Kids are encouraged to bring decorated bikes. golf carts, and scooters to the Antigua Circle around 3.30pm. Fire engine #17 will arrive at 4pm to lead the way around Bahama to the Clubhouse, where paradegoers can enjoy snocones, and kids will be awarded prizes in several categories.
The Lexington Recycling Center is no longer accepting paper or paper products. Dispose of paper with your other household waste that is sent to the landfill. This change affects all public and private waste collection services in the Central Kentucky area. Paper recycling will resume when a qualified bulk buyer is found.
Never bag recyclables. They should be put in the recycling cart loose.
Steel food cans (Please rinse. Labels can stay on.)
Plastic screw top bottles and jugs (The top should be smaller than the bottom. Don’t worry about the #.)
Dry cardboard with packing material removed (Do NOT recycle boxboard that is made to go in the refrigerator or freezer such as soda boxes or frozen meals.)
Glass bottles and jars: colored and clear. NOTE: Check with your service provider as some do not accept glass.
As this year’s Greenbrier Dues Appeal wraps up, the GB Board is happy to announce that once again 170 neighbors voluntarily contributed to our operating fund. That means 70% of GB residents (236 properties according to Fayette County PVA Search site: Greenbrier Estates) will allow the Board to undertake major projects such as the new Directory, Spring planting and updated Security Cameras that will benefit ALL residents.
Your GB Board is grateful for the participation of our dues-paying neighbors, and we work hard to ensure your dues go to make our neighborhood one of Fayette County’s best. Thank you!
The American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign helps save lives by installing free smoke alarms in homes that don’t have them, and by educating people about home fire safety. Do You Need a Smoke Alarm?
The Red Cross and its partners can test existing smoke alarms and install up to three free smoke alarms for those that need them.
Ask the Lexington Fire Dept to check your Smoke Detectors. Call (859) 231-5662.
For more information, to donate or volunteer, visit: The American Red Cross