Good Neighbor Award The Good Neighbor Award recognizes the ongoing efforts of neighbors within MNC who are making exceptional contributions to improve the quality of life in their neighborhood, or to other neighbors; all by being NEIGHBORLY! Please give some thought of those in your neighborhood who might qualify for the Good Neighbor award. The award is open to anyone, an individual, a couple, a family, and there is no age limit to whom can be nominated. Is there a neighbor that goes above and beyond? Ie., Watching your house while on vacation, taking care of your pet, mowing your lawn, bringing your trash cans from the curb while you are on vacation, doing snow removal when you are unable, or even bring you a meal when you are ill. Recognize the good neighbor in your neighborhood and nominate that special resident today! Please send an email to email@example.com and include the nominee and their address that you are recommending for the award and what they have done to be deserving of the nomination or how they make your neighborhood better. Be sure to include your name and contact information, email and phone and we will make sure that special neighbor is recognized!
Community Survey The Board of Governors has approved a community survey to be completed by an outside third party to obtain an understanding on resident satisfaction levels, wants and needs of the community, what we can do to improve, and what future planning needs to occur to meet the desires of the community. The MNC Community Survey is currently in process, to date, the focus groups and in-person surveys have been conducted both at The Grange pool and at the first Music in the Meadows concert in the park. If you have not had the opportunity to participate yet, it is not too late! The online survey you can participate in is available, and you can do it from your home computer. One survey per household can be completed. To participate, please go to http:// www.bit.ly/mncsurvey2019. Results of the survey are expected by the third quarter of this year for future consideration by the Board of Governors. 8