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~ News ~
Retention Ponds are NOT for Recreation!
Posted on Jul 31st, 2014
All ponds in our community are retention ponds which mean they are filled with runoff water which may contain pesticides and other items that wash down the street or off lawns.  Additionally, all ponds are chemically treated to kill algae on the surface and are stocked with carp to eat the dead algae.  This means there's no fishing, swimming, playing, or other recreational activity permitted.  Per our HOA attorney, signs will be posted for these prohibited activities.  Retention ponds attract various wildlife and are enjoyable to sit and view.  They’re not suitable for any recreational activity.   
 
Volunteers Needed ASAP for Board Vacancies
Posted on Jul 31st, 2014
There's are immediate openings for an HOA board member positions.  If you would like to show your interest in maintaining our community and can volunteer just a little time for meetings and to help make important decisions, please volunteer!  You may contact McNeil Management at (813) 571-7100 for information about these positions and to volunteer.  
 
Water Moccasins spotted in Lake Hooker
Posted on Jun 25th, 2014
Homeowners are advised there have been sightings of several water moccasins in Lake Hooker.  Please be careful when out visiting and enjoying the area!  
 
New Watering Schedules as of March 1
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2014
 Effective March 1, 2014 the county has increased lawn watering times to twice per week, based on the last number of your address.  Please check this link to determine the dates and times for your lawn and to avoid any fines by the county.
 
Gentle Reminders
Posted on Mar 14th, 2014
  • Please make sure to remove all stains from the house, sidewalks, etc.
  • Keep all trash cans stored out of view when not at the curb. You may install shrubs or a small wooden fence* if they cannot be stored in the garage. All exterior changes must be approved by ACC request prior to making changes.  If desired, you may swap your trash cans for smaller ones by calling (813) 272-5680.
  • Oak trees can make it very difficult to keep the grass growing beneath them. In the winter, try rye grass to conceal bare spots until the rains begin. According to our community requirements, there should be no bare spots on lawns*.
  • If your home needs to be repainted, you can contact Lowe’s (Mt. Carmel and Hwy. 60) for a 10% discount for Lakeshore Ranch homeowners using the approved paint colors*.
  • Violation enforcement will begin April 1st.
* Community guidelines for fences, approved paint colors and other maintenance can be found on our website under the tabs on the left.  All exterior changes must be approved by the ACC committee in writing prior to making any changes. 
 

 
~ Upcoming Events ~
HOA Budget Meeting
Thursday, August 7th to Tuesday, September 23rd
The HOA annual budget meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 22nd at 6:30pm at the Seffner-Mango Library on 401 N. Kingsway Rd.  All homeowners are welcome to attend. 
 
 

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