Committees

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Architectural Advisory
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Environment
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Welcoming Committee

Environmental Committee News

John Kylis, Committee Chair
Email: NCAEnvironmentalCommittee@gmail.com.

Please join the Environmental Committee for a Spring Community Clean-Up event to be held on the first day of Spring, March 20th, 2021 at 10:00am EST.  Kindly meet at the ball field if you wish to receive some provided supplies, otherwise, feel free to pick up any litter around your own property.  Every piece counts!

Monthly Reports

NCA Environmental Committee Report March 2021

NCA Environmental Committee Report September 2020

NCA Environmental Committee Report August 2020

NCA Environmental Committee Report July 2020

NCA Environmental Committee Report June 2020

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Tips for residents to reduce the risk of snakes coming onto their properties:

  • Certain plants like marigold, wormwood, West Indian lemon grass, Sarpgandha and garlic are natural repellent against snakes.
  • Spreading human hair (taken from a brush or collected after a DIY home haircut) around the perimeter of your yard.  Snakes hate humans as much as some humans hate snakes.
  • Clove & Cinnamon Oil: Clove and cinnamon oil are effective snake repellents.
  • *NOTE* Ammonia is not recommended as it is not environmentally friendly.”
copperhead snake