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~ Neighborhood News ~

Wer'e in the news!  WUFT let everyone know that HPA is setting the bar for Florida Friendly Landscaping and water conservation in the state.  


Dear Haile Plantation Neighbor,

Recently, two of your Board members unilaterally filed a complaint against Management Specialists Services, our Association’s management company and committed partner. It is important to know they did so without the knowledge of the rest of Board of Directors or the Association.  In fact, they made no attempt to resolve their concerns with the Association before taking these extreme actions.
 
 
Unfortunately, the actions by two of your Board members has cost the Association—all 850 of us—approximately $15,000 to date and counting in unnecessary expenses.
 
With this issue now behind us, we look forward to continuing the work of the Association with our Management partner, beautifying our neighborhood, protecting our property values, and ensuring Haile Plantation remains a great place to live.
 

 
Main Entrance Sign Improvements
 
Plans are underway for making improvements to our iconic entrance at Haile Blvd and Tower Road!  Alachua County is currently reviewing plans to pay for the landscaping improvements necessary due to the installation of the Archer Braid Trail.  You can take a look at the design by clicking here.
 
We are also taking this opportunity to refresh our entrance sign with new colors, the addition of brick columns, and lighting.  Take a look at the concept by clicking here.
 

 

Alert:  If you are considering renting out your Haile home:

Due to some recent criminal activity related to "renters," your Board is recommending that you obtain a complete background check on any potential renters. You can get complete criminal history check, background check, and credit checks all for less than $100 total. You can save yourself a lot of headaches and hassles knowing that your renters are credit worthy, responsible, and have no criminal background. Some Owners have put clauses in the leases indicating that if a renter gets "x" amount of Covenants Violations, they are in breach of the lease and would be responsible for any fines and/or evicted. Your Board and your neighbors will certainly appreciate it.

Thanks, HPA BOD


Remember to exercise caution when out on the trails after dark. Please be aware of your surroundings and carry pepper spray and/or a cell phone. Try to walk in groups if possible.


Photo Album  Click here to see the photo album, residents can share photos.
 
 
~ Upcoming Events ~
Haile Farmers Market
01/09/16 to 12/31/16, 8:30 AM - Noon at Every Saturday at the Haile Village Center
The Haile Farmers Market is an independent farmers market owned and operated by local farmers. For more info, click here.
 


~ C.O.P. ~
Community Oriented
Policing News

The ACSO would like all communities to get involved in the Crime Watch program. They give a very informative pitch as well as free security assessments of your house. We have to stay one step ahead of the criminals and having a neighborhood Crime Watch program and house inspections help.. Please contact the ACSO for more details.
 
Searching for crimes in the Area?  go to crimereports.com  and put in your address or zipcode
 
Tips from ACSO
 If you see any unsupervised children who appear suspicious or maybe participating in some type of suspicious activity please report this information to the Combined Communication Center (CCC) at 352-955-1818.  If you see any children out after dark unsupervised please report this information to the CCC at 352-955-1818. 
LOCK THE DOORS OF BOTH YOUR HOME AND CAR  and
KEEP YOUR GARAGE DOOR CLOSED!
 Do not leave any items within sight that could be valuable to someone else. This includes cell phones, purses, CDs, MP3 players, etc. 
Do not leave anything valuable in your vehicle overnight.  
Get to know your neighbors and keep an eye on each other's residences. 
Report any suspicious activity or persons to law enforcement immediately.