Members Reminders

As last year, R. W. Sawyer Pressure Washing will be on site for the annual exterior pressure washing of Members’ homes in the Village and Commons, commencing on Monday September 13th, weather permitting.  The cost for pressure washing is included in these Members’ dues.
We request that homeowners take measures to move and/or protect any cars, lawn furniture, plants, shade umbrellas, lawn ornaments, etc., that may interfere with or be damaged by the scheduled work.
Christina Sawyer, with R. W. Sawyer Pressure Washing, will personally contact each homeowner 24 - 48 hours before the exterior cleaning work will be done.  If you need to speak to her, you can reach her at (252) 202-6647.  If for some reason you are not able to contact Christina, please call Junie Roundtree at (571) 733-6558.
Members living the Pointe who may be interested in having the exterior of their homes cleaned may contact Christina or Junie at the phone numbers referenced above to arrange for an estimate.
The Pointe ~ Non Permanent Above Ground Pools
We have been asked by a couple of members, from the Pointe,  if temporary pools are allowed. 
The answer is YES and below is directly out of the Rules & Regulations.
Section 1.1.13 Private Pools 
No aboveground swimming pool that cannot be disassembled shall be erected, constructed or installed on any Lot. Jacuzzis, whirlpools, or spas approved shall not be considered an aboveground pool for the purposes of this Section. If any Owner/Lessee disregards this Section and allows an aboveground pool to be erected, constructed or installed on his/her Lot and he/she is notified that having the above-ground pool is a violation of this Section of the Rules and Regulations, the Owner/Lessee will have forty-five (45) days to remove said pool or be subject to a fine of$50.00 per day until said pool is permanently removed from his/her Lot. 

Nonpermanent aboveground pools may be erected and left standing from Memorial Day to October 1. Any damages caused by the aboveground pool are the responsibility of the homeowner. 
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.
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.


Updated ARC Members
Posted on Sep 10th, 2021
Architectural Review Committee 
Stacey White - Pointe
Ron Turlington - Commons
Lynette Stevenson - Pointe
Jim Snow - Village
Correction in Pool Hours
Posted on Jun 17th, 2021
         Pool Hours: Monday - Sunday 10am-10pm ~ Adult Hours: 1pm-3pm 
Speeding in the Neighborhood
Posted on May 20th, 2021
As the membership is aware, in an effort to protect residents, their children and pets from speeding traffic in the Community, stop signs and speed limit signs have been installed along Pelican Pointe Drive.  The posted speed limit is 20 MPH.  The additional signs are located at the intersection of Pelican Pointe Drive and Water Crest Circle, and the north west intersection of Pelican Pointe Drive and Ibis Way (adjacent to the children’s playground area).
The Board has taken these measures to slow down traffic and address this potentially dangerous situation that has been brought to our attention on numerous occasions by members located in the Pointe.  We ask that you have consideration for others and obey these speed limit and stop signs.  If however, you happen to see habitual offenders ~ please call the local Law Enforcement and complain.  If you see that it is one of the subcontractors ~ please make note of what property they are working on and report it to the office.  
This is our Neighborhood ~ Let all try to keep it safe!
New Committee Members
Posted on Feb 25th, 2021

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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