Spruce up for spring
As warmer weather of spring approaches, we ask homeowners to review their property and take any required action:
1) Several homes have missing or broken Shutters from the storms and heavy wind this past Fall Check to see if your home is one of them.
2) Power washing is very important – We do have an annual service for the Commons and Village. For those in The Pointe, if you would like to get an estimate Contact:
R W Sawyer Pressure Washing & Painting @ (252) 202-6647
3) Remember to be considerate of your neighbors and DO NOT leave any Boats, Trailers, RVS etc. in your driveway for more than 72 hours in a 7-day period as per the Rules and Regulations. Fines will be implemented this year.
When we all do our job to maintain our homes ~
the entire Development benefits.
*We realize that the new construction is leaving some dirt in the roads. Please be patient with this as we are a growing community.
Boats & Trailers
January 9, 2020
It has been brought to the attention of the Board that there are a couple of Boats and utility trailers parked in Driveways. Please see ARTICLE 1 Section 1.1.3 referenced below for detailed information on what is allowed. There are spaces available in the Lay-down Yard for anyone wanting to reserve a space @$12.00/month billed quarterly.
Another issue brought to our attention ~ when you have guests visiting and parking on the street, please ensure that they are completely off the grass and sidewalk. We have many neighbors that like to walk and some that have slight handicaps, this is very inconvenient for them. Please be considerate of one another.
NOTICE TO THE MEMBERSHIP
ARTICLE 1. General Rules and Regulations
Section 1.1.3 Parking
Parking in the streets can create unsafe conditions by making passage difficult and even impair passage by large emergency vehicles. Some of these rules are aimed at minimizing this condition. Any vehicle parked in violation of this Section or parking rules promulgated by the Executive Board may be towed at the Owner’s expense. If a vehicle is removed, the Association is not responsible for the action of the company removing said vehicle.
Campers, boats, boat trailers, recreational vehicles and other types of non-passenger vehicles may be kept on driveway of Lot for 72 hours per a 7-day period unless they are fully enclosed within the garage, or unless specific permission has been obtained from the Executive Board. Parking of such an item is restricted in The Village and The Commons.
NEXT MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS WITH THE COMMUNITY
TUESDAY, October 8, 2019, AT 7 PM
IN THE PELICAN POINTE CLUBHOUSE
This will be the Annual meeting of the Board with the Community and will be held Tuesday, October 8,2019 at 7 p.m., in the Clubhouse. Please make every effort to attend this meeting. More information will be provided at a later date.
We try to reach everyone in the community, but if you know a member who does NOT have a computer on which to receive this email, please take a moment to mention the meeting to them.
We hope to see you there.
Audrey Fox, Office Manager
Pelican Pointe Association, Inc.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10am-4pm
Posted on Mar 19th, 2020
Effective immediately ~ the clubhouse will not be available for any events until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience, but our health and safety come first. We will still accept your payments in the Drop Box and it will be checked on daily as usual.
Thank you for your understanding.
Posted on Nov 10th, 2019
With the Holiday upon us ~ please feel free to add your favorite recipes to our "Recipe Book" which can be found under the Members Tab - then click on My Community.
Clubhouse Carpet Cleaning
Posted on Oct 2nd, 2019
October 14th - the Carpet in the Clubhouse will be cleaned - there will be no reservations available that day. Sorry for any inconvenience and we thank you for your understanding.
Pool Closing for the Season
Posted on Oct 2nd, 2019
The last day for the Pool use will be this Sunday October 6th 2019. Welcome Fall!