As of Monday 8/22/16 RLC will be maintaing the back entrance landscaping.
The board was waiting to assume ownership as several items needed to be fixed.
Currently, a bulletin board is being installed so that important information will now be abailable to residents using the back entrance as well.
SPECIALTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY 882 JACKSON AVENUE WINTER PARK, FL 32789
CATHY WASSON IS OUR COMMUNITY MANAGER
EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: 407-647-2622
ANY REQUESTS FOR PAINTING, LANDSCAPING; POOLS;FENCES; PLAY SETS;ETC ARE MAILED OR EMAILED TO CATHY.
ARB WILL THEN REVIEW FOR APPROVAL. ARB APPROVAL IS REQUIRED for ANY OUTDOOR IMPROVEMENTS.
CLICK ON THE DOCUMENTS TAB FOR ARB APPLICATION FORMS AND GUIDELINES.
(a)All containers, bags of yard waste or bundles shall be placed upon the parkway no earlier than 5:00 p.m. of the day before scheduled collection and no later than 7:00 a.m. on the day of the scheduled collection for residential curbside service.
City-approved containers and customer owned yard waste containers must be removed or "rolled back" from the city right-of-way no later than 7:00 p.m. on day of collection.
Containers when not placed for pick-up are to be placed out of view of roadway and pedestrian traffic.
Containers that are not removed by 7:00 p.m., on the day of scheduled collection may be assessed a roll-back fee.
(b)Residences receiving backyard collection of garbage will utilize a collection point designated by the director, placing containers as specified in subsection (a) of this section.
(Ord. No. 2169, § I, 5-19-10)
CITY TRASH PICKUP
PALM TREE DISEASES
Fusarium wilt is very host specific, with the primary hosts being Syagrus romanzoffiana (queen palm) and Washingtonia robusta (Mexican fan palm or Washington palm). It is caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. palmarum.
. Disease Management
Once the palm is affected by this disease, there is no cure. Currently, there is no method for preventing this disease, either.
Based on observations in Florida, the pathogen appears to be spread primarily by airborne spores (conidia) moved by wind, and possibly birds or insects.
Washingtonian Palms at the front were all diseased , will be replaced in center island with 4 Sylvester palms. (Phoenix sylvestris)
Unfortunately, several residents have had palm trees die suddenly , caused by this disease.
Keep an eye on your own palms, yellowing of the fronds is one of the first signs.
BOARD MEETINGS VS HOA MEETINGS
There seems to be confusion between a Board of Directors meeting and a HOA community meeting.
The board of directors meets 1x per month on the 3rd Wednesday. Meeting usually lasts for 3 hours.
The 9 AM start works best for the board as 2 of the members have full time jobs that extend into the evening hours.
Anyone can attend the meeting from the community that desires.
The agenda for a meeting is attached so you can see what Is covered in a BOD meeting.
Usually it is just the everyday business of the community that takes place.
Occasionally we invite a guest to come to tell of any new changes we need to pass on to the residents.
The new police chief wanted to meet the board and because of the problems with speeders and parking,
I posted a notice so that any interested resident could come and meet the chief as well.
The annual HOA meeting will be held on the 1ST Tuesday in April. This meeting will be held in the evening at the
Apopka community center and the Mayor, council members, police chief and fire chief will all be present to answer any and all questions
From the residents.
If someone has a special agenda item that they want covered , they must submit it , in writing, to the management company for inclusion on the agenda.
Do to the nature of nextdoor, I only post on the site matters of info/or important. I will respond to any questions only if they are sent directly to me.
As you have done. The official web sites have only factual information .
UPDATED INFORMATION ON WEKIVA PARKWAY.
SECTION 4A AND 4B ARE NOW OPEN. CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY ON SECTIONS 1A AND 1B.