Parking

Many visitors pull their auto wheels upon the grass with good intentions.


The Masters has sprinkler heads adjacent to the edge of gutters on the lawn. Parking on the grass will damage these sprinklers. Kindly let your guests know to keep their wheels on the pavement.

PSGRC Construction:
Park on one side of the road

With major construction in progress, many activities are being held within homes this season.

Please ask visitors to park in your driveway or on only one side of the roadway. Our street is narrow and the safety of visitors and residents is important. Let your visitors know in advance to save them having to move their vehicle.

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June Roberts

June Lorraine Roberts is the creator of MurderInCommon.com, a website about crime fiction books and authors. The website generally features debut and mid-list writers worldwide. Her flash fiction has been published by Akashic Books and The Flash Fiction Press. A graduate of the London School of Journalism and a member of Sisters in Crime, she was a panelist at Bouchercon – Toronto 2017, and has read her work at Noir at the Bar. When time permits she beta reads for crime fiction authors.

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