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~ Neighborhood News ~
Courtesy Patrol Update
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2016
Effective June 1st, 2016, the community is patrolled by Metro State Protection Agency, providing the community with extended hours of service and a dedicated bicycle patrol. To request their service, please leave call 727.474.3807 x3 to be transferred to dispatch.
Upcoming Projects
Posted on May 9th, 2016
We have exciting projects coming up which include the heating of the Windsor pool, conversion of the Hampton pool to salt water system, upgrade to the access control system and cameras to the amenity centers and asphalt and trip hazard repairs to include resealing and restriping of the entire community. If you rent out your condominium, it is important to ensure we have your tenant lease on file as we will not be able to issue the key fob to the amenity centers without a current lease on file.
New: Parking by Permit Only Lot in Hampton
Posted on Mar 17th, 2015
Effective June 1st, the open parking spaces on Hastings Court in front of building 16 in Hampton Village will be designated as "Parking by Permit Only" between the hours of 6pm to 6am daily. The Board of Directors approved this change to resolve the lack of adequate parking for residents in Hampton building 16, the multilevel building with no direct access parking. Each condo in this building will receive a maximum of two parking permits, assigned to a specific vehicle.
Pet Waste Fine
Posted on Mar 17th, 2015
Due to recent issues concerning pet waste throughout the community, the Board of Directors approved at the March 6th Board Meeting to allow the Association to impose the maximum fine allowed by law in the event of a violation of the governing documents or rules and regulations concerning pets, unless an owner presents evidence to refute the violation or that establishes that a lesser fine should be imposed by the fining committee. This maximum fine for a single pet waste violation currently allowed by law is $100, up to $1000 in the aggregate.
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