ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETING
The ARC will meet on Monday, December 12, at 7:00 P.M
at our community pool. All residents are encouraged
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
The Board of Directors will meet on Wednesday, December 7,
at 6:30 P.M. at our community pool. All residents are encouraged
Items to be discussed:
. Hurricane shutter policy
. Community safety
PSW PARKING POLICY
All residents should be aware of the community parking policies. These policies exist to protect residents and permit access for emergency, postsl, and delivery vehicles. Recently, cars and trash cans have been restricting access to mail boxes. This is significant because, should it continue to be an issue, the Postmaster could direct the community to remove streetside boxes and emplace community "Cluster" mailboxes somewhere near the community entrance...such as the playground.
The following are the current Parking Rules for the PSW community. Be a good neighbor and obey the rules....ESPECIALLY, DO NOT PARK OR PLACE TRASH CANS WITHIN 10 FEET OF A MAILBOX.
1. No parking within 30 feet on either side of inside curves
2. No parking within 30 feet of stop sign
3. No parking within 15 feet of either side of fire hydrant
4. Extended parking is defined as any vehicle parked for more than one (1) week without leaving Parkside West.
5. Homeowners will have no more than 48hours to load/unload their recreational vehicles without written board approval. Guests are not permitted to park any recreational vehicle in Parkside West
6. No trailers of any kind may be parked in the community either attached to a pickup truck or not. No commercial vehicle larger than a pickup truck is permitted to be parked in the community except for the express purpose of making a delivery, moving, making repairs or service calls to homeowners.
7. No parking within 10 feet either side of mailboxes during delivery hours of 9AM to 6PM
8. No parking on the short strip of grass between sidewalk and street
9. No inoperable or unregistered vehicles are permitted to be parked on the street or in the driveways
10. The HOA requests residents park as many cars in their driveways as possible prior to street parking.
11. The HOA urges residents to not park directly opposite of another car, if possible
12. Towing of cars in violation of these polices is in effect and towing will be done at the owner’s expense. No car, truck, RV, camper or trailer will be towed without the approval of the Board of Directors
13. Policy numbers 1, 2, and 3, above have curbs painted yellow designating
NO PARKING areas
PSW HOA Assessment Coupon Book Error: An error in our HOA assessment coupon book has been identified. The serial number and the unit number are the same. This becomes an issue if a resident tries to pay online. Omega confirmed this today. When paying online residents need to add two zeros before the serial number in their books. Example serial number: 0012345...Unit number 12345.
PSW HOA Assessments:
4th Quarter 2022 Assessments are due OCTOBER 1, 2022.
HOA Dues for the 2022 year remain unchanged.
After six years without a rate increase, the cost of mowing increased by $8/quarter.
TOTAL due each quarter will be $292.
PSW HOA ASSESSMENTS FOR 2023 WILL BE RAISED $5. A QUARTER.
EACH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT WILL BE $297.
Any homeowner who is having difficulty making their assessment payments needs to contact the HOA through Omega Property Management. The HOA will set up a payment plan that makes sense for the homeowner and the HOA. Don't delay until the amount owed becomes overwhelming. Penalties. interest and attorney fees add up in a hurry. Once the assessments are overdue, it is the policy of the HOA not to forgive penalties or interest. All attorney fees will be paid by the homeowner as mandated by our CC&R's and cannot be waived.
The PSW Community Pool is OPEN 6AM to 9PM.
PSW is fortunate to have an excellent pool available for the enjoyment of the entire community. HOA dues pay for the operation, maintenance, and repair of this is facility...but keeping it the beautiful place for our families and friends to gather is every resident's responsibility. Some recent activities, however, by individuals using the pool, have been potentially damaging to the facility. To protect the community's investment the pool area is covered, 24 hours a day, by cameras. The activity by those individuals was observed and recorded. The damage, this time, was corrected without approaching the responsible parties. However, residents are responsible for unsupervised children and their guests. Future damages or dangerous actions WILL result in the BOD taking action to protect community property.
BEFORE YOU PAINT:
Residents wishing to paint their home normally select colors from the approved list, submit to the ARC, and paint sample swatches on the home for approval. Paint samples have now become difficult, if not impossible, to find. Therefore, any resident wishing to paint their home should contact the ARC Chairman, Al Bilotti, PRIOR to taking any action regarding paint. Al may be reached at: 1948 Snapdragon Dr NW Tel: (321) 914-3422 (M-F) 11AM - 4PM. DO NOT PURCHASE PAINT OR APPLY TO THE HOME BEFORE CONTACTING AL.