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Form Association Or Face Fines? (FL)

The problem goes back to 1988, when a developer got a variance that allowed him to build 91 homes instead of 50 if he created an association to maintain the private roads and drains. But after the construction was finished, the association was dissolved in 1992.  And 29 years later, Sweetwater is telling homeowners they have to restart the association.   Read the entire article………………………………. https://communityassociations.net/category/fl_news/feed/

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Sandestin resident seeking court judgment on flooding and Walton stormwater retention (FL)

Additionally, Osborne’s request asks for a determination of whether the county has illegally or improperly allowed “substantial deviations” from the planned-unit development (PUD) standards set locally for Sandestin.    Read the article…………………………. https://communityassociations.net/category/fl_news/feed/

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Lake Charlene residents worry over flooding threats (FL)

A FEMA-funded project to reduce the likelihood of flooding in the Lake Charlene area has a second chance at approval if the County Commission and Lake Charlene Homeowners Association can approve a new easement agreement.  Read the article…………………………….. https://communityassociations.net/category/fl_news/feed/

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Fixing Ranchette roads not government job, commissioners say (FL)

Maybe it’s time to get out of Dodge, Charlotte County commissioners suggested at their latest workshop on fixing the roads in the Ranchettes.  Public Works staff last week updated the commission on the status of fixing roads and drainage in the 2,226-acre dirt road subdivision just east of the Punta Gorda Airport. The workshop ended with a plan to pick a strategy at the commission’s Dec. 10 meeting, including whether to end the municipal taxing unit or find another solution.    Read the article………………………………. https://com...

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Lake Charlene residents flooded by Hurricane Sally seek to revive FEMA mitigation project (FL)

Last year, a tiny sliver of property in the Lake Charlene community became a political and ideological battleground.  Last month, more than two dozen homes became casualties of that battle.  Hurricane Sally caused severe flood damage to numerous homes in the Lake Charlene subdivision last month despite a fully-funded plan in place to improve flood control in the region. The project was shelved last year because Escambia County and the Lake Charlene Homeowner’s Association couldn’t agree to the specifics of a 0.11-acre land sale necessary to move the project forward.     Read the...

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