Savannah, TX Volume 2, Issue 6 A HUFFINES COMMUNITY October/November 2005 UPCOMING HOLIDAY EVENTS See Inside for Details! New Fire Station, Middle School FALL FEST Saturday, october 29 Saturday, october 29 COMMUNITY SALE Friday & Saturday, October 14 & 15 Savannah Community Association Newsletter ADVISORY COMMITTEE IN PLACE The Advisory Committee has been formed! Members of bers of the Board. As such, policies for the upcoming year We hope that this will ease the transition period when the this committee serve the community as the liaisons will be based on the Advisors’ recommendations. Developer releases control to the Homeowners between the Board of Directors and the villages of Association. Savannah. If you have any issues that you feel need to be addressed, please bring the issue to your Advisor’s attention. All of the Please see map below to find your Advisor and their con- The purpose of this committee is to create a pool of quali- Advisors will then meet and discuss plans of action, sub- tact information. fied individuals who can confidently serve as future mem- ject to the approval of the Board of Directors. Isabella Village Peachtree Village Continental email@example.com Congress Maria Coveney Village William Perry Sea Pines Village Oglethorpe Village Wisteria Village firstname.lastname@example.org Robert Brown Druetta Russell Marietta Village Greenview Village At this time, not every village has an Advisor because many of the villages are still under Georgia Village development. Advisors will be added as needed. We hope to have two represen- tatives per village. New Fire Station B O A R D M E E T I N G S and Middle School October’s meeting is Wednesday, the 26th, at 6 PM. November’s and December’s Board meetings may be combined due to holiday schedules. Times and dates are subject to If you have driven on Highway 380 recently you will have change so please check the website for updates: www.SavannahCA.com noticed a couple of new buildings being constructed on Navo Road just north of 380. The first new building on the west side of Navo Road is the new District 380 – Navo Road Fire Station. This is a new GROWTH BOOM (part 3) Fire Station constructed by the Developers of the four com- munities along the 380 corridor and will be manned by the In the last few columns I have been discussing devel- age year, my HMA (hot-mix asphalt) line item only has Aubrey Fire Department. The current plans call for the sta- opment and its impact on Denton County resources. In $500,000 - $600,000. The economic challenge is tion to be a volunteer fire station but we will be starting a this column, I wanted to zoom in on a specific case clear. That is one of the reasons that I included series of Town Hall meetings with the residents of study to demonstrate the economic challenge the coun- $2,000,000 for county roads in the TRIP 04 bond pro- Savannah, Providence, Paloma Creek and Frisco Ranch to ty faces. posal that passed overwhelming by the voters. discuss having a full-time paid staff at the station. However, even those dollars will be stretched to meet In the northeastern quadrant of Denton County there the demand the continued growth brings. The second building being constructed just north of the new are several Fresh Water Supply Districts (FWSD). Fire Station on Navo Road is the new Denton ISD Middle Most of these districts were created in 2000. They are While FWSD's bring some challenges it should be School. This state-of-the-art facility will service the eastern legal districts created according to state statute. Many noted that in many respects they help to ease the eco- area of Denton county which includes Savannah. The of these districts are surrounded by county roads; 60 % nomic burden on the county. All the roads built within County working in partnership with the school district and of which are gravel. Paloma Creek borders Navo Road the FWSD are built to county standards but will be the developer will be improving Navo Road with a possible which is one of those gravel county roads. When I took theirs to maintain. In other words, the county will not light at the intersection of Highway 380 to facilitate easier office in 2001 the average daily traffic count (ADT) on be saddled with increasing road mileage to maintain traffic movements. this road was approximately 91 ADT. In 2004, it jumped and the corresponding dollars necessary for mainte- to almost 300 ADT. Currently, 2 schools are located on nance. Additionally, many times there are county Within the boundaries of the Savannah Community, we are that road and scheduled to be open in 2006 and 2007. roads running through the FWSD. In more instances completing the installation of the landscaping along The estimated traffic projections for this once lone than not, when the developers are platting their subdi- Magnolia Boulevard as well as the completion of the irriga- country gravel road are 14,000 ADT! vision they re-align these county roads and build them tion and hydro-mulching of the north–south drainage chan- in concrete. At that point, they take over the mainte- nel and lake system within the Sea Pines Village as well as Obviously, in its current 2-lane gravel state it will be not nance of the newly aligned road leaving the county the east–west lake and Dog Park and the Amphitheater in be able to handle the traffic demand. While Denton with one less road to maintain. And, of course, they Greenview and Georgia Villages. Also planned for immedi- County has been successful in creating a partnership are cooperative in sharing the cost of upgrading coun- ate construction is another Dog Park adjacent to the north- with the developer and the school district the ultimate ty roads that border their districts. ern most lake in Sea Pines Village as well as two addition- build-out of that road will require a 5-lane asphalt/con- al pocket parks. crete road. The county's share alone will be approxi- Cynthia White, Denton County Commissioner mately $500,000. To put that in perspective, it is impor- 110 W. Hickory, Denton, TX 76201 -- Huffines Communities, Developer tant to keep in mind that I have close to 400 miles of 940-349-2810, 940-349-2811 (fax) 2 county roads to maintain on a yearly basis. In an aver- SCA Mailing Address: Clubhouse Hours*: QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR 701 Savannah Blvd Mon-Sat 10am - 7pm Savannah, TX 76227 Sun 12pm - 7pm HOA ACCOUNT? CONGRATULATIONS: Ph: 972-346-3020 *Clubhouse hours subject to change. CALL RIMEKA AT 866-424-8072 X 259 Fax: 972-346-3022 Pool closed for the season. DEE-ANNETTE HARDESTY Winner $25 Gift Certificate1 to Lowe’s Y O U R S C A S T A F F Every newsletter will contain an address embedded randomly within an article. Find the Diana Brown Gerry Wells Kerri Kingsbery address and, if it is your address, come by the Onsite Manager SCA office during business hours to claim your 972-346-3020 Facilities Manager Senior Manager prize! For example: email@example.com Premier Communities m Management Company You can get a 1234 Savannah Boulevard deep green lawn by using a high nitrogen fertilizer. Property Inspections Maintenance of Address Community Association issues Amenities centers (fitness areas, pools, pavilions) Oversee all aspects of the management and The person who resides at 1234 Savannah Issue Pool Cards, Access Cards Water parks and lakes maintenance of Savannah Community Association Boulevard will have until the October 30 to Orientate homeowners with the Association Common areas and ground Oversee onsite SCA management team claim the prize. Please bring a valid picture ID and current billing statement. 1The gift certificates are sponsored by the Developer. Susan Armstrong Steve Karney Mai Koua Thao Activities Director Facilities Maintenance Newsletter/Portal 972-346-2828 firstname.lastname@example.org 972-346-3212 email@example.com Say HELLO to your Coordinate events with Social Committee Assist in the maintenance of Coordinate newsletter submissions and design New Neighbors! Amenities centers (fitness areas, pools, pavilions) Coordinate master calendar of clubs, classes, Water parks and lakes with Communications Committee rentals Website registrations, maintenance Assist in the SCA office Common areas and ground Coordinate technology needs ROBERT ADAMS ALEXANDER AHAPOW RONALD ANDERSON CLUBHOUSE GUIDELINES: The Savannah Clubhouse is for the enjoyment of SANDRA ASHBY MICHAEL BIEKER all residents. It is also a place of business. We kindly request that you help make For Emergencies Call 911 SUZANNE BOYSTER the clubhouse an attractive 1404 Stone Mountain Parkway and welcoming place to visit for both homeowners and prospective homeowners by helping us keep it MICHAEL BROWN Onsite Association Manager: tidy and neat. Please dispose of all empty cups and wipe up spills. DANIEL & TRACY BUHOLTZ Diana Brown 972-346-3020 JEFF CALVERT Activities Director: Children Under 10 Years of Age Susan Armstrong 972-346-2828 PATRICK CHUNG VICKIE CLAY Children under 10 should For your safety, please Please refrain from Denton Co. Sheriff’s Dept ALAN COKER be accompanied by a par- do not run in the club- screaming & yelling. Non-Emergency 940-898-5700 JOHN CRAMPTON ent or an adult at all times. house or on the stairs. Noise level should be Aubrey Fire Dept. CHAD DAVIS kept to a minimum. Non-Emergency 940-365-9785 KRISTI DEAR Electricity: Co-Serve ROBERT DUVAN 1-800-566-2314 Membership in the Savannah Community Association (SCA) is automatic upon pur- JONATHAN FARMER Telephone: Southwestern Bell chase of a home in the community. Compliance to the Declaration of Covenants, ROBERT FISHER 1-800-464-7928 Conditions, and Restrictions (CCRs) is mandatory. CADY FOREMAN Water: Mustang Water KEVIN GALLAGHER 940-440-9561 The Board of Directors, at their discretion, may pursue enforcement action in any HAKIM GLEE Garbage: Waste Management particular violation case. Violations are handled within state-regulated guidelines set JEFF GRANT 1-800-772-8653 for all HOAs. This process has legal time frames that must be adhered to in order OLIVER GRILLMEYER Cable TV and Internet: to follow through on any legal action that may need to be taken (following): THEODORE HANCOCK Cebridge Communications JAN HARDIN 1-877-423-2743 Inspection Procedure Action(s) Taken JENNIFER HESSE Property Inspection Violation(s) noted IAN HUMPHREY JONATHAN JAMES 1st Follow-up Inspection If violation still present, notice of violation sent to LINDSAY JANNING owner with request for corrective action SPORTS EDWARD KENNEPOHL LORI AND ERIC KIDD PAVILION 2nd Follow-up Inspection If violation still present, 2nd notice of violation sent to owner with request for corrective action JULEE KOPIN HELEN LENNON 3rd Follow-up Inspection If violation still present, FINAL notice of violation sent to owner via certified mail with demand for RENTALS KENNY LEWIS ROY AND MARIA LIRA corrective action. Specific time frames and Texas Residential Owners Protection Act mandatory content PAUL LOWDER Planning a family reunion or a big party for are included (additional $10 certified mail fee AMANDA LUCAS Fall? The Sports Pavilion may be just right for charged to account). MICHAEL LYLES an outdoor get-together with family or friends. JOSEPH MENDIBLES If time frame expires without SCA will levy initial fine of $25 and $5/day for every MICHELL NILGRI corrective action day thereafter until the violation is correected The rental includes use of the Sports/Basketball MARGAZITA ORLANDO Pavilion, grassy area with picnic tables and Monthly statements will be sent to the owner reflecting all fines that have accumulat- MAE PAULL grills surrounding the pavilion and nearby rest- ed. Unpaid fines will be pursued by all legal means available. Other sanctions may JOHN PEPE rooms at $100 for a four-hour time period. be considered by the Board. If you have questions about your account, please con- AVIS PEUGEOT tact Rimeka with Premier Communities at 866-424-8072 X 259. ANDREW RATCLIFFE Step One: Contact the Activities Director at JOSEPHINE REZA 972-346-2828 or firstname.lastname@example.org Examples of common violations are lack of appropriate yard maintenance, flower bed weeding or SEAN ROACH to inquire about the availability of your desired edging, trash cans left out, and improvements or projects started without submission to and ANGELA ROSS date(s) and time(s). approval of the Architectural Standards Committee (ASC). ASC Modification Request Forms are FELTON & TONI SIMPSON available from the Association Office or from the Savannah website at www.SavannahCA.com. DEIDRA STACKHOUSE Step Two: Fill out the rental form available KATHLEEN STANFORD through the Activities Director or website: STACIE STEWART VIOLATIONS STATISTICS www.SavannahCA.com. (You must register for HAROLD TSHIDA access to the website.) JAMES WALTERS Wisteria Village Peachtree Village Step Three: Submit form and payment within SHELLY ANN WALTERS VICKIE WHEELER three days of initial contact/verbal reservation 29 25 with the Activities Director. RONALD WOODARD JEAMIAH YOUNG October/November 2005 3 E V E N T H I G H L I G H T S Labor Day Luau 2004 The pool season has come to a close, and that means an end to the lazy summer days, at least for now. The party provided one last day of relaxation and fun before kids began their school year and par- ents returned to work the next day. DJ Michael kept the music going with dance beats. Thanks to Traci Hite for helping to organize and plan the Labor Day Luau party. Thanks to Woodstone Catering for their magnificent food and display (right). 4 Did you know? Clubs and Classes Clubs and classes are Fitness Center independent of the HOA. The HOA does The Fitness Center offers a complete weight room, marble locker rooms and separate men’s not endorse or promote these and women’s saunas. A jetted gunite hot tub sits on the verandah overlooking the pool and classes. They are offered for the benefit promises year-round relaxation. The second floor workout area sports a Cardio room with of Savannah residents. Please contact treadmills, bikes, and ellipticals with great views. individual club and class leaders to con- firm times/dates, class availability and Café FEE information. Most classes require minimum enrollment. The future vision for the in-house Café is to have a grill or cafe available for homeowners to purchase food and drinks without having to roam too far from the pool. The Café is also the Jazzercise - Mon/Wed perfect place for a small birthday party or for the caterer to set up for a large wedding. It has Vicky Clay 214.726.5490 a juice bar with 7 stools as well as table and chairs for seating an additional 20 people. Master Han’s Martial Arts - Tue/Thu Charles Humphrey 214.868.5272 Cypress Theatre Get Fit Kids/Kick Boxing Adults - Sat/Mon Kristi Dear 972-658-2397 The Cypress Theatre is a multi-media room that will be the gathering place for our special movie nights and other media centered events such as the Olympics or a Super Bowl party. Want to start a club? Call the Activities It is also a great place to have a presentation or lecture. Director at 972-346-2828 or email email@example.com Grand Ballroom New! BB’s Dance Club (Ages 3 1/2 - 7) - Wed Grand Ballroom is a spectacular room with 45’ soaring cathedral ceiling, two sitting areas Bridgett Brainard 940-783-1297 and a plasma TV. Designed for large gatherings, this entertainment area features huge bal- Early Childhood Club - Wed & Sat conies on the second floor that overlook the ballroom. Aggy Moyer 972.347.1929 Savannah Honey Bees - 2nd or 3rd Mon Exercise Room Drue Russell 972-347-2126 Scrapbook Club - 4th Fri Erika Goering 972.347.2053 The Exercise room is located on the third floor with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide lots Neighborhood Potluck Dinner Club of light for a cheery workout or your favorite artistic project. Barbara Fuoco 972-347-1917 October/November 2005 5 C O M M I T T E E S Communications Committee Landscape/Pool Committee Safety Committee firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Motorized Vehicles Limbing up! Safety Tips The Denton County Sheriff’s department would like to Trees begin to show new limbs during spring and This time of year many communities see spikes communicate the following items with you: summer. You may notice this on the two trees our in criminal theft activities. It only takes a quick homes have between the sidewalk and street. With second for someone to steal from your garage "Pocket Bikes"- Legal or Illegal (Explanation article the exception of some Magnolias, these trees typical- or even invade your home. Here are some by DPS on Mini Motorcycles) You may have recently ly have a three to four foot trunk under their tree reminders to help prevent theft activities: noticed the number of children -- and some adults -- "head". riding miniature motorcycles. Referred to as "Pocket Bikes," and "mini motorcycles," these small motor- It is very vital that we all make certain we If you notice any new sprouts on the trunk portion, it cycles (most are under two feet tall) were a popular lock our homes whether we are there or not. is important to clip them back to the trunk. "Limbing Christmas gift last year for kids as young as six years up" will help the tree head grow fuller with the nutri- Remember to lock your vehicles, even if you of age. As a result of their recent popularity, there ents going to the new "higher" buds, and keep your have them parked in your garage. have been a number of accidents statewide resulting trees looking well-groomed. While working in your yard, be sure not to in at least one death. leave your garage door open and unattended If you have any questions, please ask the pool and for long periods of time. Are pocket bikes considered "motorcycles"? landscape committee! We are happy to help! Despite their diminutive size, "pocket bikes” fall with- Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or If you see any suspicious activity, please do not in the definition of "motorcycle" in Section 541.201 of email@example.com. hesitate to notify Law Enforcement personnel, the Transportation Code because they have a gas or Property Management and the Safety commit- electric motor and are designed to operate with no tee, respectively. If there is an emergency situ- Care of Newly Planted Trees more than three wheels on the ground. Most mini ation, call 911! motorcycles are powered by engines ranging from 40cc to 50cc, and some are capable of speeds The Safety Committee meets every 2nd exceeding 40 mph depending on brand, engine size Qualicare offers the following tips for taking care of and rider weight. The two subclasses of "motorcy- Saturday at 8:30 AM in the Boardroom (located newly planted trees. cles" are "motor driven cycles" and "mopeds." Mini on the 2nd floor of the fitness center). We are motorcycles may appear to be mopeds because their looking for "A Few Good, Men & Women" to MULCHING Mulching is the most important post- engines normally do not exceed 50cc. However, with planting practice that you can do to improve the health help our community grow safely. For more info the exception of those models with a 40cc engine the and vitality of your tree. Mulching conserves moisture email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit majority of mini motorcycles actually qualify as a and insulates roots from heat and cold extremes. Proper www.savannahca.com. "motor driven cycle" because they can exceed 30mph mulching provides a well groomed appearance, elimi- in one mile. nates grass or weed competition and prevents damage from mowers and weed trimmers. Can pocket bikes be legally operated on public roads? To be legally operated on a public street or Desirable mulching materials include wood chips, wood shavings, bark or equivalent materials. Coarse textured highway, a motor vehicle must have a certificate of organic mulches are preferred since they tend to aerate title and be properly registered with the Texas the soil and replenish soil nutrients as they decompose. Department of Transportation (TXDOT). In general, TXDOT does not authorize the issuances of certifi- Mulch with a two to four inch layer of organic material. cates of title for mini motorcycles. Therefore the mini The diameter of the mulched area sould be at least two motorcycles are not eligible for registration. The feet, although larger areas are recommended. Caution main reason is that the majority of mini motorcycles must be used when applying mulch since a layer greater lack a manufacturer’s certificate of origin or equiva- than four inches thick may cause problems for the root lent document that is required for titling. Also the system. vehicles do not meet the equipment standards required by Federal and Texas law. In addition, only WATERING Your newly planted tree will require reg- DPS-approved moped models may be registered in ular waterng to supplement rainfall until its roots become Texas. Currently, no mini motorcycle model is on the established. We recommend checking the root ball for The Communications Committee offers a signup table for moisture by probing the soil in the root ball. Water no Savannah’s Adopt-a-Street program at the Labor Day Luau party. list of approved mopeds. more than two or three times per week for a total of one inch. Operating automatic lawn irrigation systems for 20 SCA COMMITTEES Some buyers have been told that mini motorcycles to 30 minutes per day often results in a continuously sat- can be legally operated on low speed streets because urated soil condition, which in turn causes severe root Advisory Committee (See page 2 for details!) they qualify as "motor assisted scooter" under damage and tree death. email@example.com Section 551.301 of the Transportation Code. firstname.lastname@example.org However under Section 551.301, a "motor assisted In sandy soils, water drains more easily, and up to two scooter" must have a "deck on which the operator can Architectural Standards Committee inches of water per week may be necessary to keep the stand and an engine not exceeding 40cc. Mini motor- email@example.com soil moist. Carefully monitor the moisture level in the root cycles not only lack a deck for standing, but most ball of a balled and burlapped trees planted in sandy Communications Committee - 2nd Thu models have an engine displacement rate of over soils. Water does not drain easily from the fine textured Chair: Charlie Harding 40cc. soil of the root ball into the surrounding sandy soil, and firstname.lastname@example.org saturated conditions in the root ball may develop. Hospitality Committee - 3rd Tue Because mini motorcycles cannot currently be titled Chair: Jodie Linton-Prickett and registered, they cannot be legally operated on FERTILIZING FOR FASTER GROWTH Fertilize email@example.com public streets or highways. Moreover, because trees at planting time with a starter fertilizer high in Landscape/Pool Committee - 2nd Mon mini motorcycles are "motor vehicles" they can- phosphorus. Once established, fertilize your tree once a year with a slow release fertilizer at the drip Chair: Donnie Pacheco not be ridden on sidewalks. Janette firstname.lastname@example.org line and beyond. The drip line is the area beneath Ansolabehere, Senior Assistant General email@example.com the outermost branches. Feeder roots (the roots Counsel that take up water and nutrients) are present in Safety Committee - 2nd Sat this area and extend out even further. Fertilizing Chair: Will Perry What does this mean if you or your child in this area is most beneficial for the plants. firstname.lastname@example.org is caught riding on a public roadway? Citations will be issued by Law Enforcement Social Committee - 2nd Tue STAKING & GUYING Staking and guying for violations of the Transportation Code, Chair: Jerry Gramly can provide additional support, anchorage or such as but not limited to: No Registration, protection to large trees planted in open, windy email@example.com No Insurance, No motor vehicle inspection sites. Avoid staking too rigidly allow the tree Sports Authority Committee - 3rd Sat and safety equipment violations. some movement. Remove stakes or guys after Chair: Keith Compton 6 one growing season. firstname.lastname@example.org W H A T ํ S H A P P E N I N G COMMUNITY SALE Friday & Saturday, October 14 & 15 Is it time to clean out the closets and the FALL FEST garage? Savannah will host a Saturday, october 29 Community Yard Sale on Friday, October 14th and Saturday, October 15th from 8 am to 3 pm both days. Celebrate the change of seasons with your Savannah neighbors at the annual Fall Fest on Here is how it works: Sales spaces will be taped off in the Sports Pavilion that Saturday, October 29th. There will be great fun will be available on a "First come, First for the children with a "Haunted Hay Maze", served" basis. You can claim your space "Costume Contest", "Pinata Candy" and much on Friday morning at 7:00 a.m. You will be responsible for getting your sales more. You will find all the fun at the Sports items to the pavilion and for removing Pavilion from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. If you have what is left after the sale is over on any questions or would be willing to volun- Saturday. teer, call Jerry Gramly at 214-649-4766. There is no charge for participating and it will be advertised to the public. Contact Jerry Gramly at 214-649-4766 for more information or to ask questions. UPCOMING HOLIDAY EVENTS: Santa Claus is coming to town! Bells will be jingling at the Tree Lighting Party on Friday, December 10th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in Club Savannah's Ballroom. Children, come and hear about "The Night Before Christmas" from Santa himself! Mom and Dad may want to bring the camera for this one. Ring out the old and ring in the new at the New Year's Eve party on December 31st at Club Savannah. Look for more details in the December-January newsletter. New Club! BB's Dance Club Designed for children ages 3 ½ to 7 years. The instruction features bal- let and movement with fun music and props. Bridgett Brainard, the instructor, has 14 years of experience teaching dance. Bridgett and her husband have a four year old daughter and a newborn son. They are originally from Georgia and moved to Savannah in February of 2005. For information call Bridgett at 940-783-1297. October/November 2005 7 Savannah Community Association 701 Savannah Boulevard Savannah, TX 76227 A HUFFINES COMMUNITIES, INC. 972-347-2008 972-346-3450 972-346-2482 MASTERFULLY PLANNED COMMUNITY SALES@VISIONHOMES.COM SAVANNAH3@DRHORTON.COM SAVANNAH1@DRHORTON.COM S AVANNAH S POTLIGHT "The tropical landscaping meet Donnie Pacheco scheme is as you would see at a Florida vacation resort!" "We can count on each other to protect our home and community." That's why Donnie Pacheco stays involved with his neighbors here in Savannah. community and best of the best." It's been about a year since Donnie and his fam- The vacation feel of Savannah originally attract- ily moved to Savannah and he is enjoying all ed Donnie as a resident. "The tropical landscap- kinds of activities. ing scheme is as you would see at a Florida vacation resort!" he said. From the pool parties to the monthly new home- owner orientation meetings, Donnie dove right Before coming home to Savannah, Donnie lived in with his active participation. He chairs “I graduated high school in 1975 in Italy and in many different areas. "I was born in the Savannah’s Landscape and Pool Committee and spent a year of college in Europe before coming Northeast (I guess I am part Yankee) but raised likes having a voice in community decisions. "I to Texas," he said. as an Air Force brat living in Massachusetts, enjoy discussing things about the two most vital Rhode Island, Alaska, Italy and Germany. areas that make Savannah the unique communi- Donnie continued his education at North Texas ty in DFW area that it is," Donnie said. State (now known as The University of North Texas) obtaining degrees in education and elec- He continued, "I am involved because I under- tronic technology. He now works as a SS7 pro- stand that it will take a lot of work to maintain the tocol engineer with XO Telecom in Plano. beauty of Savannah." Donnie thrives on collab- orating with committee members. "We have a lot Donnie, the proud grandparent of five girls, lives of knowledgeable folks that have good ideas in Peachtree Village with his wife Alice and two that can maintain Savannah as the number one dogs, Snicker and Savannah.