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Please Excuse our Mess
New Construction is a sign of growth for our community.  
It may be an inconvenience at the moment, but the end result will certainly bring back to the quality community that we always been proud of.
 
Volunteers Needed
The Board is asking that if any residents would like to serve on a committee please contact Audrey Fox @ 679-7838 Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 10am-4pm or afox@pelicanpointecommunity.com and let her know what  you are interested in. We are in need of volunteers in the following Committees:
Events Coordinator ~ Welcoming ~ Newsletter ~ ARC
 
We thank you for wanting to serve and be involved on a committee to make Pelican Pointe the best community it can be.
 
Section 1.1.6      Animals and Pets
No animals, livestock, or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on any portion of the Properties, except that dogs, cats, or other usual and common household pets may be permitted on a Lot.  No pets shall be kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose.
  All pet animals must be secured by a leash or lead and under the control of a responsible person and obedient to that person’s command at any time they are permitted outside a residence on the Lot property or Common Area.  Each Owner shall be absolutely liable to each and all remaining Owners, their families, guests, permitee and invitees and to the Association, for any and all damage to person or property caused by any such pet brought upon or kept on the Properties by such Owner or by his family, guests, permitee, or invitees.  Each Owner keeping pets on his or her Lot will comply with all requirements of law applicable to such animal.
 
Cars Parking on Sidewalks
 
An 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.

News

New Committee Members
Posted on Feb 25th, 2021
The Board of Directors would like to thank the following Residents for their generous gift of time to the Welcoming and Events Committees:
 
Carletta Waddler - Village
Bess Scott - Pointe
Monique Hicks - Commons
Cindy Taylor - Village
 
It has been a long time since we have had these committees and I would like to personally thank each one of you for your commitment to our community. Your first meeting last night let me know we definitely have a very kind and thoughtful group of Ladies that are eager and ready to help get our community closer to one another.  Please know that your work is warmly appreciated.  
 
Front Pond Erosion
Posted on Feb 9th, 2021
After having the front retention pond looked at by several knowledgeable people, it was decided that the pond was eroding on 2 sides and especially on the front, adjacent to the highway. After looking at different solutions, the Board decided that bulkheading was the most cost effective and longest lasting solution.
We solicited bids and received proposals from 2 companies.  The Board accepted the bid from Earthshakers Marine.
We just wanted everyone to be aware of what was being done. If you have any questions,  please don’t hesitate to call.
Cookie Stokes
President
​​​​​​​Spruce up for spring
Posted on Jan 21st, 2021
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.
Community Meeting with the Board Cancelled
Posted on Oct 11th, 2020
 
 
Clubhouse Reservations
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.
Recipe Book
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.
 

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