Recent Review: See above for update. Over the past years, I've alerted the owner several times that mowers direct their large machines so grass clippings s*** into our pond. This year, I again told him and he promised to correct the situation, but it occurred again. The result is that our pond is approximately 1/2 covered with decaying organic matter, which is very detrimental to the pond, aquatic life and wildlife who use the water. Neighbors complain to me (I'm on the board), I urge them to contact the property manager but they don't want "to cause trouble." Yet, they say the lake looks terrible and worry about the cost to rectify the problem. As far as I know, the company has not been asked to clean up the debris on the pond's surface. My concern is that the information was not conveyed to the workers or that the workers are performing poor landscaping practices that we -- homeowners -- do not see or know about, because they do not seem to understand the basics of mowing around a pond. I am writing this as a homeowner for five years in this development, though I am on the board. These comments are mine alone, because accountability for harmful landscape practices is important and may help others when selecting a company for their communities.