Welcome to the Wynds at Oakbrook website!  Commonly referred to as “The Wynds”, this development sits on 63 beautiful acres of rolling hills and woods in Boone County, Kentucky.
The community includes 101 buildings with 558 individual living units ranging in size from just over 1000 square feet to approximately 2500 square feet.  Most units feature one or two car garages.
Amenities include two swimming pools, a tennis court, basketball hoops court and a clubhouse with exercise room.  Our clubhouse is available for residents to rent for private parties and gatherings.  Residents may also rent off site space within an open storage area for boats, campers, trailers, etc.
Landscaping Updates – March 2017
Weather permitting, Creative Image will begin mulching around units and common areas beginning Thursday, March 23rd.   Tru Green plans to put down herbicide, pre-emergent and light fertilizer on the grass throughout our community on Friday, March 24th. 
Removal requests:  For shrub and bush removal requests at the unit fronts , please use the Landscape Service Request form on the Wynds HOA website.  All requests will be evaluated and responded to by the Landscape Committee.  Requests must be submitted by May 1, 2017.
Annual Deck Repair Work
if you feel that your Deck may need to be repaired, power washed or sealed, please let us know by May 1st using the Wynds website Service Request for Rentz Management.  We will have someone look at your deck and determine if work is needed.   This year we will be putting the deck work out to bid to seek contractors who will provide the best service to our specifications at a competitive price.  Decks requiring attention will be prioritized based on need.   We plan to do as many improvements as our annual Deck Repairs budget will allow.
As a side note, we would like you to please use this website and the Service Request for Rentz Management for ALL of your service issues that would require contacting Rentz Management.    
Wynds Quality control committee
Bob Perrone
Linda Gray
Brenda Weimer
Landscaping Update/Notice - Friday, March 10th
There are two Creative Image crews working in the Community today.  One crew finishing up work in the Renaissance area: Sweetwater and Cascade.  Another crew begins edging in the Wynds/Clubhouse section.  This is in preparation for spring mulching to begin Wednesday, March 23, weather permitting.
Special note:  Crews will be in the Community tomorrow, Saturday, March 1 to continue the edging and bed preparation for the new mulch.
Seeding of the areas along the backside of Englewood  and down the hill to ShadyCove  will take place this week once the drain work in this same area has been approved.  All of this is the result of clearing Ash trees and honeysuckle throughout the entire backside of Edgewood.  This was a very successful project and should be attributed to the coordinated work efforts of Sherdec (tree removal) and Creative Image.
More info to come regarding plans for further efforts along the same program.
To all the residents……..thanks for your cooperation.    -Beth Stepner
2017 Renaissance
During the past couple of years, numerous concerns have been voiced by HOA members regarding the aging and deteriorating appearance of the entire community.  The Board of Directors, while recognizing that portions of the community are approaching 30 years of age, have developed a plan to revitalize the appearance of the community over the next several years.  Included in this plan are the cleaning/painting of all siding and trim, improved drainage, concrete replacement and street resurfacing.  We are now in the fourth year of this project. 2017’s phase of the Renaissance will be on Sweetwater Drive and Cascade Drive in The Cliffs. The painters will post notice at the units prior to the painting beginning. If you have anything on your deck or patio that obstructs the painters’ ability to paint areas of the building you will be asked to move it. We are hoping to begin this year’s painting in early spring and have it completed by mid-summer.   -Klint Yearout / Rentz Management
Spring Grounds Cleanup
Note from Creative Image by Jim Kentley:
Weather permitting on Thursday, March 2....begin spring clean up and trim of perennials/liriope.   A second crew will be working on cleanup from Tuesday's storm...when finished, they will join the first crew in the trim work.
February 23rd Special Board Meeting - Select Officers
On February 23, 2017, the Wynds HOA Board of Directors held a special meeting.  That meeting was to determine who would fill the seat resigned by Terry Hall and to elect Board officers.  The Board also selected Committee chair persons.  The results:
Brenda Weimer will fill the vacant seat for the remainder of Mr. Hall’s term.
Wynds Board Officers
President Heather Phillips 
Vice President Linda Gray
Secretary Treasurer Brenda Weimer
Wynds Committee Chair Persons
Financial Linda Gray
Budget Donnie Martin
Architectural Heather Phillips
Landscape Wayne Stevens
Quality Control Bob Perrone
Communications Beth Stepner
Nominating Beth Stepner
Spring Landscaping Update
Spring will begin soon and the Landscaping Committee has been busy this winter and we are ready to go. Sweetwater and Cascade was chosen as this year’s Renaissance program. This entails painting of the buildings and updating many common landscaping sections which includes The Cliffs swimming pool. Many trees that have been removed were splitting Bradford Pear trees and diseased Austrian pines. Also, shrubs that respond well to hard pruning will be completed; especially shrubs close to the buildings so not to get in the way of the painters. Completion of the landscaping portion of this year’s Renaissance program will be April 1st.
In several weeks, Sherdec Tree Service will begin our annual tree trimming throughout the community. The committee’s focus this season is trimming dead wood, especially in our treated ash trees. Also, any trees that are approaching a building or have out grown their growing space will be addressed.
Over the winter, an ash tree removal project happened behind the buildings on Englewood and a select portion of Greens Edge. Along with the removal, we are trying to remove and treat our invasive honeysuckle vines that are strangling our healthy trees and taking over our lawns. There are plans to re seed areas after the trees were removed. We are planning the ash tree removal program for this year very soon. Unfortunately, this removal process is VERY expensive and will take time.
Last year, we had an explosion of crabgrass invading our lawns. Tru-Green treats our community and they provided an additional application last year to block the invasion of this grass. There are always many variables that will impact lawn treatments. It could be the amount of rainfall and/or the temperature variations. So our defense this year will involve  changing the sequence of lawn treatments. This will be an area of concern for the landscaping committee this spring and the remainder of the growing season.
Within the next few weeks, our landscaping company Creative Image will start their spring bed cleanup. This involves cleaning our mulch beds, cutting perennials and edging. So residents, put your no prune signs out or your flags requesting a no trim. But you should keep in mind, we want a nice, clean property so some requests may be denied by the landscape committee if it’s unsightly and creates a poor “jungle like” appearance for our community.
Happy Spring, 
Wayne - Landscaping Chair
Tree Removal
I realize the pain expressed from several residents in response to the removal of trees on Cliffview Drive but we are updating our landscaping on Sweetwater and Cascade.  The trees were either diseased or splitting and several had cracked and rotting crowns. But I do understand, it is still painful to see as it is with the landscape committee.  The committee followed the lead from 2 arborists and removal was their recommendation.  Due to their fragile conditions, they presented a hazard, and could fall, A similar situation is occurring at the end of Oakbrook Drive, close to Pleasant Valley… On a positive note, we are planting 8 trees, enhancing  the mulch beds by the mail and utility boxes, and the Cliffs pool …. So lets be patient and wait until the project is finished by the 1st of April and we can see what the finished product will be.  Thanks.   -Wayne
Introducing The New Wynds Website!
The Wynds at Oakbrook website offers information for everyone about our community, how to contact us, as well as information for Realtors and perspective homeowners alike.  Additional information pertinent to residents including our legal documents, forms for contacting our property management company, minutes of the Community Meetings and so much more.  The site is packed with information including answers to frequently asked questions and projections of future expenditures.
Residents may gain full access to the site by clicking on the link in the upper right-hand corner to register!  (Please note that your Wynds Website ID will be your Email address.)

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