We have added information to the web site to assist in the process of getting your home built in Stablewood. Your home plans must be reviewed before you can begin building. However, this process is easy to complete. Click here to read about the process.
Stablewood Property Owners Association will hold its annual members meeting on December 10, 2015 at the Oaks clubhouse. This is your chance to hear about the operation of the association, how your money was spent, and the plans for next year. You can meet with the board and Pelican Association Management to discuss any issues you may have or would like to discuss.
All property owners are invited to attend. Your presence is important because your vote is needed for election of board members. If you are unable to attend in person, you can delegate your vote to any other member of the association. To do this, you will need to complete the proxy form sent to you in the mail recently.
A new year is upon us and change is in the air. Founding members Mary Edith Dressel and Bill Jackson chose to step down from the board after five years of service to the Association. Also retiring, after four years, is Alfred Rath. The Association thanks these individuals for the hard work they put into creating the organization. Stepping up to assume the leadership role on the board is Joe Furco, who assumes the titles of President, Secretary and Treasurer. While Joe has only lived in Stablewood for about 18 months, he became a board member in 2014 and showed an interest in becoming even more involved this year. Second-year board member Rod Jenkins has been elected as the Vice President of SPOA. Roland Samson, who is one of the developers of Stablewood, will continue to serve as a board member. Roland was also a founding board member of SPOA and is entering his sixth year on the board.
Another big change for SPOA is the addition of a management association. Pelican Association Management will be taking over the day to day responsibilities for the Association. Owners won’t see much of a change, other than a new address to mail your dues, but Pelican will be handling much of the behind the scenes work that the board has been doing for 5 years. You will be able to make your dues payments online for the first time, beginning this year. Pelican will also handle the billing of dues, covenant issues and the relationships with vendors that support the neighborhood. Look for a newsletter on a regular basis and more information on this website.
2014 was a banner year for building in Stablewood, and the trend appears to be continuing into 2015. A number of homes were completed last year, there are several houses under construction now and one or two owners have plans being reviewed and should begin construction soon. All this is great news for the neighborhood.
If you are interested in helping the board by volunteering for a committee, please contact Joe Furco. To find out more about the committees, click here.
Owners are reminded that dues for the second half of 2014 are due by July 31. If your payment is not received by that date, you will be subject to a $20 late fee, every month that you are late.
The new year is upon us and there are significant changes in Stablewood. First and foremost, your property owner association dues are going down! By now, you should have received your statement for 2012 for your annual POA dues. For the first two years, the dues were $600 per lot. This was based on a budgetary estimate created when the POA was first formed in late 2009, as well as actual expense incurred in 2010.
We ended the year (2011) with a positive cash balance to allow for unexpected expenses. We have also been able to get the county to take over the cost of the streetlights that are in front of homes. Those two facts have allowed us to reduce the dues for 2012 to $500 per lot. You have the option of paying $250 by January 31, and the balance by July 31. Sending in the entire $500 now will save everyone time and postage! Continue Reading »
Welcome to our new web site! This completely redesigned site will provide you better and more timely information about your neighborhood. All of the content from the old site has been migrated over, plus a bunch of new features are added. Some of these new features include:
- A Follow button, to let you get notified by email when something new is added to the website.
- The ability to comment on postings to the web.
- A sophisticated search capability.
Let us know what you think of the new look here.