Why, curbs, of course! And not just any curbs, but curbs compliant with the low impact development (LID) standards we have worked to follow throughout Waco's newest pocket neighborhood.
With the installation of ribbon curbs that form the outer boundaries of the street, our general contractor has approached the final stages of civil construction for The Cloister at Cameron Park. The prepping and pouring of the concrete cul-de-sac, asphalting of the approach street, and backfilling and final grading of the right-of-way come next.
By the end of October--Lord willing and the creek don't rise--we should be finished with everything except landscaping, signage, and minor odds and ends.
And more to the point, we should be ready to begin home construction. Our own house on Lot 1 will be first out of the gate. We hope Bridget and Paul Fuseliers' home on Lot 8 will be under construction very quickly as well. Thereafter, we look forward to a flurry of activity as ownership of additional lots is transferred to new members of the truly special community that constitutes The Cloister at Cameron Park.