Message from our
Link to December newsletter
MEETING NOTES FROM THE ASSOCIATION:
Preserve the Preserve
The south end preserve is NOT A DOG PARK, and
please report any loitering activity.
The board is aware of the malfunctioning
treadmill in the fitness center. Efforts are in
place to purchase a replacement in early 2019.
Stickers will be placed on illegally parked
vehicles as a warning. Second violation will
result in the vehicle being towed at the owner’s
Please leash your dog
it is outside the house and clean up after any
business. Thank you in advance for your
violations committee has been formed to assist
the board by upholding and reporting the
community standards and codes of conduct.
Committee members will be Kim Ardila-Morgan,
Scott Ellis, and Nadine Devay.
by the Pool
Please note that smoking of any kind — including
the use of vapes, cigars, and e-cigarettes — is
prohibited at the pool at all times.
and Stop Signs
Please take it slow in the community (25 MPH
speed limit), and please come to a complete stop
at all stop signs.WARNING:
Delray Police will be monitoring and ticketing.
Phase 3 of the irrigation correction has been
completed. Phase 4, the final phase, will be
completed by the end of the year 2018.
William is no longer working the grounds; we
wish him all the best. Evans Bolivar is our new
community attendee. Be sure to say hello!
please have your roofs power washed ASAP.
Notices have been sent out, and the violations
committee will be stressing this matter.
will remain at $150, however the required
deposit was approved for an increase to $300 at
the board meeting. Deposits are returned once
the facility has been cleaned and returned to
Just How Important Is It That You Attend A Board
you've never attended a Board of Directors
meeting then you are not taking advantage of
your right to observe and participate in the
decision-making process that protects, preserves
and enhances your community's assets and,
ultimately, your property values.
you really understood what kind of business is
conducted at a Board meeting, and the important
role that you, as a homeowner, play in making
those decisions, then you just might change your
mind and chose to attend a meeting. Most of the
business decisions made at a board meeting have
a direct impact on the property values of our
community. Decisions regarding association
maintenance items are the most common.
Some decisions have an indirect effect, such as
decisions regarding rules and regulations and
financial operations. But whether they affect
property values directly or indirectly, they all
have some impact on the Homeowners Open Forum,
where homeowners (like you!) can address the
Board with your ideas, comments and/or
suggestions pertaining to our community. During
the Homeowners Open Forum, homeowners are
permitted to address the Board for a limited
important point to remember is that although
important issues may be brought to the Board’s
attention during Open Forum, don't expect the
Board to act on these issues at this time. Many
issues are turned over to management for
research and to determine the options available
for dealing with the issues. The more prepared
the Board is before making a decision, the
better the decision will be.
Isn't it time you recognized how important it is
It’s important to recognize that all of these
projects are coordinated by volunteer board
members and fellow homeowners who care about our
community – that’s how homeowner associations
work - so we always appreciate the positive
feedback received by so many of you as we work
to make Coral Trace a wonderful place to live.
Together with everyone’s support, we can create
a safe, attractive and harmonious community
based on caring, respect and civility for all!
Please mark your calendar to attend the next
monthly board meeting on
February 18, 2019
7:00 pm in the clubhouse.
We hope to see YOU there!
Your Coral Trace HOA Board of Directors