ANNUAL HOA MEETING
A NEWSLETTER IS CURRENTLY BEING MAILED WITH THE INFORMATION REGARDING OUR ANNUAL HOA MEETING.
APRIL 5TH APOPKA COMMUNITY CENTER/VFW 6 PM. REGISTRATION 6:30 PM MEETING.
CITY OFFICIALS WILL BE ON HAND TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS
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 .
CATHY WASSON IS OUR COMMUNITY MANAGER
ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING ARB'S, GUIDELINES, COVENANTS CAN BE ANSWERED BY SMC
firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-647-2622
Also on this website under documents are all of the guidelines and the complete covenants covering the deed restrictions.
The contractor has a special meter device approved by the city to withdraw water from a fire hydrant.
They will pay the city for water used as indicated on their meter
So, if you see someone using a fire hydrant with a trailer with large plastic tanks on the back. it is ok.
UPDATED INFORMATION ON WEKIVA PARKWAY.