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Light pole on Duerson and Fencik

I had sent this to enTrust already via “Contact Us” from the main page.  We happened to notice, this morning, that the light pole on the corner of Fencik and Duerson is leaning to one side, towards the house on that corner.  I thought maybe I didn’t notice it before, but my other half also mentioned that it wasn’t like that yesterday.  Upon closer inspection, it is apparent that a vehicle of some sort hit the pole.  If anyone happen to have seen this and have any information, please, please, please inform enTrust.  I don’t want to even think of how much it’s going to cost us to fix it.

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2 Responses to “Light pole on Duerson and Fencik”

  1. webmaster says:

    Hello Kenneth,
    Thanks for making everyone aware of the situation. I’m sure Pat will be getting back to you soon – I do know that she was out all this week.

    Regards,
    Chris

  2. Mark says:

    All-

    This also goes for reporting missing street signs or stop signs anywhere inside the walls/gates of the community…please let Pat know. If you see a missing sign outside the gates, you can call the City at 311 to report it.

    Mark Racicot
    Vice President, The Orchards HoA BoD

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