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 The problem:

  1. Do you hate those nasty letters from the management company about your driveways, roofs etc.?   The board does! Thats when the phone starts ringing and homeowners are saying I got a letter a week after I cleaned my driveway! Pretty crazy, huh? Your darn right!
  2. Neighbors complaints about others. Prompting action by the board and management company.

The solutions:

  1. All walk through dates are posted here for the year (quarterly walk through). That will give you months to plan your maintenance agenda! For dates click here
  2. The first letter you receive will be a friendly reminder and will be worded as such. You can view the letter on the document page. This will be giving all property owners plenty of time and courtesy. If for any reason you cannot comply or need more time you simply need to communicate this to the management company and the board of directors.The second letter will be more forceful due to non-compliance. We hope there will never be a third, but if there should  you will need to judge yourself accordingly.
  3. Be a good neighbor! Most complaints start right next door! We get complaints from neighbors that mostly would like to stay anonymous. Prompting the board and management company to act on the complaint. It also drags in others that have like situations. Although their neighbors never complained, and was never an issue for sometimes years! They get drug into the complaint to avoid bias. Being a good neighbor is where harmony in the community starts! Respect thy neighbor and thy neighbor shall respect  ye! If you should have a discrepancy with someone. Try to present your case to the neighbor as calmly and respectfully as possible. You will find most folks are good people given half a chance. Everyone has problems! It could be money or sickness maybe problems with a son or daughter. Show some compassion and understanding!

 

  • Cypress Trails goes live with Web Site! We are encouraging sponsor participation for our Site! It is a very inexpensive way to get in front of 106 families. The cost is $40.00 for members and $50.00 for non-members.  Don't wait! Be the first in your profession! This is the cheapest and the most non-exploitive form of advertisement that also helps to support the community where you live and work. Sponsor NOW!

Photo taken by Rosemary Solomon at the front lake. Great job Rosemary! Thanks for sharing!

News and Articles of Interest

 

 "Flash" our neighborhood students cleanup was a smashing success. Over 2 dozen 30 gallon trash bags of neighborhood debris collected by our students. In fact, it was so good we will continue it every month. Watch for the dates in upcoming events. To see them at work click here.
Thanks again Tommy, Kaelin, Lexi
 

 

 


 

  • Captain Clark Regnerus took a group of boys from Cypress Trails on a fishing trip on his boat the "Poppy" on 04/28/08 to celebrate both his sons birthday. Cabe turned 14 and Corey turned 21. What a day they had! See it here!
  •  When can I water my Lawn? South Florida Water Management District implemented this starting April 18th 2008.

Residents and businesses of Broward, Collier, Miami-Dade, Monroe, St. Lucie and coastal areas of Lee, Martin and Palm Beach counties, including the City of West Palm Beach, are limited to a two-day-per-week landscape irrigation schedule with two "watering windows:"


Odd street addresses may irrigate lawns and landscapes on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12 a.m. to 10 a.m. and/or 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.


Even street addresses may irrigate lawns and landscapes on Thursdays and Sundays from 12 a.m. to 10 a.m. and/or 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.


The SFWMD recommends the efficient use of water, which includes placing a maximum of about three-quarters of an inch to an inch of water once per week on lawns and accomplishing irrigation during the early morning hours when temperatures and wind speed are the lowest to reduce evaporation losses.


Hand-watering with one hose fitted with an automatic shut-off nozzle is allowed for 10 minutes per day for landscape stress relief and to prevent plant die-off.


Low-volume irrigation, including the use of drip and microjet systems that apply water directly to plant root zones, is not restricted but should be voluntarily reduced.


Additional watering days and times are allocated for the establishment of new lawns and landscapes.


No restrictions apply to other outside water uses, such as for car and boat washing, pressure cleaning of paved surfaces, decorative fountains and water-based recreation (e.g. swimming pools, water slides).


Golf courses must reduce their allocated water use by 30 percent.


Agricultural and nursery water users in the Lake Okeechobee Service Area remain subject to Modified Phase III restrictions.


 

 

What does my septic tank do? How does it work? Is there maintenance needed? You can get help with these questions click here
 Do you know a septic cleaning company that you like? Please ask them if they would like to be a sponsor on our website. I'm sure it would mean a good bit of work for them.