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VATC HOA BOT Meeting
By Joan Efird on March 17, 2020
Dear Homeowners,
Our meeting scheduled for 3/31/2020 at the Blacksburg Community Center has been postponed. We will let you know as soon as a new date is selected and also update you on VATC information.

Our best wishes for your health and safety,
Your VATC HOA Board
Parking on grass
By Tombo and Robin Jones on March 2, 2020
Hello fellow homeowners,
The Landscape Committee conducted our monthly walk around with Back to Nature today and it was noted that there are numerous areas where vehicles are being parked with their wheels on the grass, causing the sod to be rutted, in some places severely. While this is largely due to wet conditions, it can render our neighborhood looking quite unsightly.  In order to repair these areas the association has to pay to have them repaired, an unnecessary and costly expense.   
The Landscape Committee would like to ask that we all be cognizant of this problem and avoid parking where our wheels are in the grass, especially during times when the soil is wet.  Please also relay this issue to any contractors you might hire to work in the neighborhood or visiting guests.  
Thanks, for helping us keep VATC looking sharp.
Tombo Jones on behalf of the Landscape Committee.   
VATC HOA Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
By Joan Efird on February 26, 2020
Dear Neighbors,
Please mark your calendars for our next meeting. All homeowners are invited.

Tuesday, March 31, 6 pm
Blacksburg Community Center
725 Patrick Henry Drive
Mulching throughout the neighborhood
By Tombo and Robin Jones on February 19, 2020
Hello,
Spring is almost here. B2N will begin mulching flowerbeds in the neighborhood next week, starting on February 26th.
Thanks,
The Landscape Committee
The Village at Tom's Creek is a planned residential community in Blacksburg, Virginia. Single family homes and townhomes on tree lined streets share landscaped and natural common areas. The VATC Homeowners' Association maintains the common property and quality of life in the neighborhood.
 
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