Monday, July 22, 2013


Hi, Everyone!
This is a great time of year to get out and meet our neighbors, while holding a positive event in our area!
I hope everyone will take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!
It's always a good idea to find a new home for our unwanted items, as we don't want to see useful things filling our landfill. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle is the mantra in our home, and having a fun yard sale is a terrific way to make a few dollars while helping someone discover and repurpose our hidden treasures!
I also hope that by holding our event at the same time as Maplewood's, we can help them to get more people to attend their sales, as well as ours.
Cooperation is a wonderful thing... and no one does it better than Rochester's NW area residents!
Have a great week!
~ Pamela Davis, LONA PR
PS - If you do choose to hold a sale, please feel free to post your street on LONA's facebook page in the comments section of the flyer/picture .
That way, the buying public will be able to plan their shopping route right to your sale! :)
Click on the flyer to make it easier to read. :)

Friday, May 31, 2013

Don't forget to check this page out if you have little ones!
I just added more posts that might interest you!

And, as always, please let me know how I could improve these LONA web pages!
~ Pam

You're invited to the next LONA meeting!

The next LONA meeting will be on
Monday, June 10th, 2013
from 6:30pm - 7:45pm
at the Lyell Branch Library.

Parking is available in two adjacent lots.
Library staff will be on-hand to read with the children.

Please plan to attend, as we need and value your input!

LONA's SANG is hosting their 4th Annual Picnic: June 22nd :) Please RSVP by June 14th!


LONA's SANG (Sebastian Area Neighborhood Group) Block Club will be holding their 4th Annual Picnic on Saturday, June 22nd from 1pm to 4pm!

Please RSVP if you will be able to attend by June 14th, as they want to make sure to have enough supplies for everyone!

See flyer for details!


FYI of FIRE SAFETY - Outside Fires - Can you or Can’t you -  Do’s and Don’ts from the Rochester Fire Department:

With the nicer weather many people like to enjoy outside fires, from bonfires and fire pits to cooking over an open flame. Recreational fires should be able to be enjoyed outdoors as long as there is enough space and safety precautions are taken. Rochester does have regulations regarding what and where they are permitted. These include:

· Fires in approved containers (pits, chimineas, outdoor fireplaces, etc.) must be a minimum of 15 feet from any structure (including houses, fences, garages, etc.)

· Outside recreational fires, for which the pile size must be no more than 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet in height, must be a minimum of 25 feet from any structure or any combustible material (anything that can burn)

· Avoid outside fires on dry, windy days to prevent unintended fire spread. Never use gasoline to make a recreational fire.

· Charcoal grills or other open-flame cooking devices may not be operated on balconies or within 10 feet of combustible construction (structural materials that can burn)

· If the fire is causing excessive smoke OR air quality issues that impact your neighbors, you may be asked to extinguish the fire under Rochester City Code, Section 120-164.

Please keep our neighborhood safe and fun for all. Do check the attached from Rochester Fire Chief Salvatore Mitrano.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

LONA Meeting Agenda for May 13th, 2013 *and* Meeting Minutes from April 8th, 2013

We hope to see you at the meeting on
Monday, May 13th, 2013! :)

Sunday, April 7, 2013

CLEAN SWEEP - APRIL 27th, 2013

Hey, LONA friends!
Let's participate on Saturday, April 27th, 2013!
Our neighborhood is the best,
so let's make sure it looks great!

LONA meeting flyers/minutes/agendas/etc distributed/discussed April 8th, 2013