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  • President’s Corner

    Ten months down, two to go.
    How many, besides myself, are ready for this year to be over? Hopefully 2021 does not go down the same path as its predeces- sor. Prayers and blessings for the new year.

    As a community, we have fared quite well. Home sales are at an all time high. They don’t seem to last very long once they hit the market. It’s nice to see new faces around the neighborhood. We welcome all the new residents to our wonderful community.

    The current Board is not only keeping up with the daily tasks needed to maintain our community, but they are always looking for ways to make things bet- ter. Residents have donated monies for benches , which we will placing strategi- cally around the property for residents to use on their walks. Designs are in the works for possible new entrance walls. New landscaping for the entrance ways are in the near future, once we work out some irrigation issues.

    We are always looking for volunteers to help in our community. From Com-mittee members to Area Directors to Board members, we welcome any and all who are willing to volunteer their time to maintain this beautiful community. Our an- nual meeting is coming up in January. Volunteering would make a great addition to your New Year’s resolutions.

    Until next month, “May your heart and mind be open to receive the bless- ings of the new month”.

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    Daren Clark
    slcchoainfo@gmail.com

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  • CDC Updates Link


    Seminole Lake HOA CDC Update
    Connect with The Center of Disease Control For Complete info

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  • A Neighborhood Watch Program for Seminole Lakes

    March 8, 2017

    Neighbor Watch organizations have evolved over the years and are today primarily communication based entities. The purpose of the Neighborhood Watch is to observe activities in the community and report any activity or behavior that might be deemed suspicious, unlawful or in need of police or emergency assistance.

    It is important to note that the Neighborhood Watch does not patrol the neighborhood. We are not the police. Watch members are urged to never directly engage with individuals that might be behaving in a suspicious manner. Your only duty is to call the police and provide whatever additional information you have to aid them in their investigation. Report suspicious activities using the telephone number: 727-582-6200, do not use 911, that is only to be used for emergencies that require an immediate police response.

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