In March, you received your dues notice asking for your support for all of the many things that make Winding Brook a special place to live. They include the Crier, insurance, entrance and cul-de-sac maintenance and beautification, monthly water charges, children’s events such as the Easter Egg Hunt that many of our neighbors recently enjoyed, 4th of July parade and celebration, and the Halloween Party.

On a cool, sunny April morning, many of our neighbors joined in the egg-stravaganza to hunt 1800 brightly colored candy-laden eggs and to search for the special golden eggs. Those who found the shiny gold ones in each age category were rewarded with a basket of goodies.

Some Winding Brook residents experienced water damage last year due to the 1000 year rain and flooding. It can happen to you even if it hasn’t in the past. If your home is within a flood plain, you are at higher risk for problems though not all of Winding Brook’s homes are situated within the flood plain.

It is bittersweet to say thank you to Bill Bagatini for his many years of service to the WBPA Board. He has tirelessly given us his expertise for the past six years. Not only has Bill spent countless hours working in his capacity of Treasurer on budgets and reports, he was also the overseer of our dues collections,

At the WBPA Annual Meeting held January 30, the 2019 officers were elected. These residents will hold these positions until January, 2020.

Michael Miller, President
Zach Dripps, Vice President
Laurel Eslinger, Secretary
George Cressy, III, Treasurer