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Welcome to Harmony,
Ed Kasper, Sri Gali, Chintan Desai, Joel Feishman, Nina Palekar 
HARMONY HOA Board of Directors    board@harmonyhoa.org

Notice the Tennis Court Lock Combination is under - HOA Documents & Forms   link on the Left column.  
Please VOTE on our Safe Street Survey or make your own comment below. 
REZONING & CROSSWALK. Harmony at the Town of Cary Council Meeting.
August 28, Appeared before the ToC council.  In the boards letter to the Town, we challenged the Town - that now, since the problem has been identified and acknowledged,  what will the Town do?  In response, Ed Yerha, our neighbor and council member at large, was instrumental in connecting Harmony HOA with the town's assistant manger,  Tim Bailey, Tim will be in contact with Harmony's board and also keep the council advised of the progress. The council was thanked for their commitment to the safety of our children. 

REZONING   We also thanked our neighbors the Herndons and Burt who requested a waiver to develop Single Family Homes across from Turner Creek School, and had extended an invitation for Harmony to participate.  Ed thanked the council for presenting the opportunity for community involvement in this process. 

    Ed met with Jason Barron, the Herndon's attorney and Jeremy Medlin of M/I Homes. In a few weeks we all will sit down and discuss the development.   We will use our  ClubHouse for a meeting place. Our neighboring communities, Brook Stone and Chesney Glen will also be invited. Tentatively set for Tuesday  September 23, 2014  7 PM 

    Jeremy, has said that they are looking to develop quality Single Family Homes in the density of 3.1 units per acre. About 50 Homes. The application allows up to 4 units per acre. 
See M/I Homes  http://mihomes.com/Find-Your-New-Home/Raleigh-Homes click #4 to bring up Homes built near Harmony. 

    The success of both these critical concerns, has been due to the tireless efforts of a united community,  the whole Neighborhood Watch Team and a great many homeowners who worked long and hard to present a solid argument for the safety of our children and our neighborhood.

    The fight which began in October of 2012 is not over.  We have come a long way and now the town recognizes our real safety concern. I  am hopeful that the meeting with Tim Bailey, Assistant Town Manager, will lead to safety for our children crossing Turner Creek Rd on their way to school and play, and to the development of Single Family Homes  and good neighbors for all.  
please contact the board to add your voice.  board@harmonyhoa.org
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~ Traffic Guidelines ~
Please use caution by obeying Harmony speed limits, crosswalks, and signage.
The speed limit on Turner Creek Road is 35 mph, but only *25 mph* on all other streets in our neighborhood.  There are also stop signs at every Turner Creek Road intersection. Some drivers
disregard road signs and create dangerous situations.  This is a particular concern, given the
number of kids in our neighborhood and our close proximity to Turner Creek Elementary School.
Traffic Safety Team of the Cary Police Dept recommends we call: 919-319-4521 to report any
neighborhood traffic concerns like speeding, recklessness, failure to yield/stop, etc.
Contact the Police to report unsafe driving behavior when you see it. Thanks for doing your part!

~ NW Safety Issue Reporting ~
A Guideline for Harmony Residents...
Anyone residing in HARMONY who observes and/or identifies an issue, problem, and/or
concern, of a nature that impacts or involves
individual, property, and/or community safety, should send a timely and detailed e-mail to the
Neighborhood Watch Committee e-mail boxwatch@harmonyhoa.org
1. The Board and CAS, will be notified of the issue via e-mail, by the NW Chairperson and/or
Co-Chairperson, based upon the information received, observed, and validated.
2. The NW Chairperson will draft a message for the community.
     a. The message will always include:
If this is an emergency issue, please contact one or more of the following responders:
Cary Police Dept at: 919-469-4012  /  Cary Fire Dept at: 919-469-4056  /  and/or 911

3. The NW Chair will send an e-blast to the community, and to the HOA Board, through
the NW e-mail address list, as well as posting information on Harmony Google Groups.

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~ Tennis Courts ~
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~ Emergency Services ~
(919) 469-4012 for Non-Emergencies
(919) 469-4056 for all Other Inquiries
(919) 380-6909 for all Other Inquiries
(800) 222-1222 for Poison Related Inquiries
(800) 419-6356 for Outage Reporting & Info
(877) 776-2427 for Gas Leaks/Odors 

~ School Crosswalk Safety ~
Turner Creek Elementary School Crosswalks require additional attention and consideration.
Accompany your kids when they walk to and from school.  Report unsafe drivers to the Police.
Remember, it is unlawful to park within 25 feet of a street corner.  Parents who shuttle their
children to and/or from our school bus stops, must not park within 25 feet of the street corner.
By doing so, you are compromising the safety of all pedestrians and impeding traffic flow.
You may be subject to a ticket from the Town of Cary Police.
The Town of Cary Ordinance , Chapter 34, Article 4 , Section 34-103 Subd # 11 reads:
"No Stopping , Standing, or Parking within 25 Feet from the intersection of curblines."

~ Neighborhood Watch Community Alerts ~
Home Break-In's On The Rise In Our Area!
Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, and Chatham County.
Here are some details:
- Typically occurs during the day or early evening.
- Men, wearing reflective vests, pose as workers.
- They claim to be looking for work.
- Entry made through a rear door or rear windows.
- A maroon (dark red) vehicle may be involved.
- They may be from Texas.

If you see anyone wearing a reflective vest
around the neighborhood, and their vehicle
doesn't have a clear business name on it,
and they appear suspicious, call Cary Police
immediately!  919-469-4012

~ Pool Access Information ~
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~ Trash Cans & Collection ~
Trash Cans are to be kept inside during non-collection days, unless you have an approved,
outdoor screened area (see the Harmony Documents & Forms Page for more details).
Be sure not to block mailboxes or driveways, when you place your cans at the curb.
The Town of Cary collects trash every Tuesday & recyclables every other Tuesday.
Schedules can change, due to holidays or emergencies, such as severe weather.
Dispose newspapers properly -- RECYCLE -- Don't just leave them lying around outside.
phone number: 919-469-4090

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~ Street Light Outage ~
To Report a Street Light Problem, obtain the
street light number if possible, then contact:
or call them at : 800-419-6356