Downloadable Files and Documents
Below are a few downloads that our residents and members may find useful. These include the original brochure from way back when the neighborhood started, logos and a few other things.
Morrisdale Estates original builder was Paul Huffhines. We haven’t been able to locate anyone from the early 1960s ho had the original document, but we did find someone who had a black and white photocopy. We’ve scanned that document here for you to enjoy and get a feeling for what it was like to go home shopping in Morrisdale back at the beginning of the neighborhood. You can download a copy here. (File size is roughly 28 MB.)
Click here to download it.
When Morrisdale Estates was first founded, an original covenant was agreed to between homeowners and the builder. That original covenant was to last 25 years and then would expire unless residents voted to reinstate it. At its expiration, residents decided not to reinstate it, however, most continue to observe the gist of the covenant.
Morrisdale Neighborhood Association is governed according to the by-laws that were written with the association was first founded many years ago. These by-laws are available here.
Morrisdale’s center gazebo floor is tiled with bricks. As a fundraising effort, Morrisdale Neighborhood Association makes it possible to purchase an engraved brick to place into the floor of the gazebo. Please use this brick form and return it to Lou Baum or an area director or chairperson.
MNA provides this expense voucher for area representatives to be reimbursed for expenses incurred for their area events and needs.
When Morrisdale Neighborhood Assocation was founded, the neighborhood was divided up in to four areas that are designated by colors. Click an area map to open a larger JPG.