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MONUMENT SIGN LANDSCAPING
Many of you have inquired about why there are no plants at the monument signs. Within the last two years, TXDOT and AT&T came into the area to install sidewalks, fiber optic cable, traffic lights, and other projects. The irrigation lines for the monument signs were all damaged, as they sit in a TXDOT easement. TXDOT and AT&T have more projects planned so we have to wait for their completion to repair irrigation and install new plant material. TXDOT has agreed to make repairs to the irrigation at the monuments along HWY 6, as well as assist in beautifying in the area in late summer. Everyone’s patience until then is appreciated.
WATER DISTRICTS VIEWER WEBSITE
Copperfield consists of seven different Municipal Utility Districts. Whichever one that you pay your water to bill is the one that you should sign up for alerts from, if possible. Here is a website that can help you find which MUD you are in - Water Districts Viewer.
USPS CLUSTER MAILBOXES
In recent months we have been made aware of mailbox vandalism and damage to many of the cluster boxes in the community. It has come to our attention that the Post Office has recently been telling their customers in the last few weeks that the various Associations are responsible for these repairs, which is not the case. The USPS is responsible for these boxes and some information that they have presented to some homeowners even states this to be the case. Their article states that whoever installed the boxes and whoever provides the owner with their keys is who is responsible for them, which for Copperfield is the Post Office. In addition, they have been repairing and replacing the boxes in the past and up until about a month ago, were telling us that the damaged boxes were on a list for replacement.
We hate that the Post Office is putting their customers in this position but the HOAs have never maintained the mailboxes and therefore have never budgeted for or set up processes for repairs or replacements. We urge all residents to push back to the Post Office for the repairs to be completed. Please see the website below for further information.
If you have been a victim of a mailbox break in, homeowners are advised to individually report the theft to USPS at 877-876-8455. You will speak to an intake person. Provide as much information as possible (who, what, when, where, etc.) If you know what was stolen that is a big benefit for the case and if you have video from a home camera or a neighbor's camera, that is helpful.
Hot spot areas are determined by the number of cases reported in specific areas. So, it is really important that all residents that have been affected by these thefts are reporting it.