Upcoming Pump Station Enhancements

Pasco County Utilities will be upgrading the neighborhood’s sewer pump station soon.  Click here for additional details regarding the upgrade.

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Important Freeze/Frost Tips to Minimize Damage

frostedGrassFreezing temperatures are expected throughout the next week, with possibly the coldest weather of the season expected Sunday night into Monday morning. Please be aware that we are expecting freeze advisories in our area in the upcoming days. It is very important that you stay current with freeze advisories during the colder months (especially January & February). Freezing temperatures can cause severe damage to lawns and landscape plants. Here are a few tips that will help minimize the damage of such low temperatures: Continue reading

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Proposed Elementary School

Construction of a new elementary school adjacent to Tierra Del Sol is being proposed by the District School Board of Pasco County. If approved the plan is for the school to open in 4-8 years.  The proposal is available for viewing here.

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2015 Operating Budget

On November 3, 2014, the Board of Directors approved the 2015 Operating Budget.

The following documents answer two questions raised during the meeting:

  1. What expenses comprise the budget line item titled “Miscellaneous Expenses“?
  2. What expenses comprise the budget line item titled “Unapplied Expenses“?
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Minutes: Annual Board of Directors Meeting 11/3/14

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Tips to Reduce Landscape Loss in Winter

There are several important instructions for reducing the potential for loss of landscape plants and turf grass during the winter. Continue reading

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Palm Care after a Freeze

Trying to grow tropical palms in sub-tropical and temperate climates means cold damage is inevitable.  This year’s cold weather is not atypical for Florida.  For example, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, a series of hard freezes destroyed much of the citrus industry located north of Orlando, which is why that industry pushed south to Immokalee.  During that same time period, severe freeze damage occurred on palms throughout the state.  The only difference between then and now is that there are a lot more palms planted in communities that did not even exist in the early 1980s.  So, for many people, this is their first experience with severe cold damage. Continue reading

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