NOTICES ARCHIVE

Beginning January 1st, 2014 the HOA will now be providing maintenance for the pond.

 

Any questions or concerns should be directed towards your Board of Directors.

 

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NOTICE TO OWNERS AND RESIDENTS  - NEW TRASH CONTAINERS

AUGUST 13, 2013

 

EVEN NEW COUNTY TRASH CONTAINERS MUST BE CONCEALED

 

As most should be aware by now, the County is providing 95 gallon trash and 65 gallon recycle containers as part of the new, automated trash collection system. These wheeled trash containers are much larger than nearly every container used by residents in the past.

 

All containers should be stored out of sight within garages.

 

For those residents who keep trash containers stored at the exterior of the home, most likely higher and wider screening will be required to properly conceal the containers as required by the Deed Restrictions as well as by County Codes. Residents are urged to immediately modify screening as necessary in order to comply with strict concealment requirements. Containers and waste may not be openly displayed around the home including alongside the homes.

 

Remember, trash and recycling containers and yard waste may not be displayed in view on non-collection days.

 

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NOTICE TO POND FRONT LOT OWNERS

JUNE 6, 2012

 

Management has recently received a handful of calls regarding alligator sightings in the private pond. It is important to remember that property lines extend into the pond and therefore pond front lot owners are responsible for initiating nuisance alligator calls.

 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission provides the Statewide Nuisance Alligator program. The program in part strives to reduce the threat from alligators to people and their property in developed areas.

 

Nuisance alligators are normally those over 4 feet in length that pose a threat to people, pets, or property. Upon notification and verification, the Commission can issue a trapping permit for the collection and disposal of the gator.

 

Concerned homeowners may report nuisance alligators by calling 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286). Callers should be prepared to describe the nuisance situation, give the approximate length of the alligator, identify the normal location and time of day of the sightings, and in some cases be available to show an assigned trapper the usual gator location.

 

The Commission may request to obtain permission from the HOA for entering the subdivision to trap the gator. For that request, simply give them the phone number for Management at 813-264-1119.

 

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