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TAMPA ROAD/SUNFLOWER ROAD PROJECT & LANE CLOSURES

TAMPA ROAD/SUNFLOWER ROAD PROJECT & LANE CLOSURES

FDOT has begun the reconfiguration at this intersection.  Effective 8/12/20 you will not be able to turn left onto Tampa Road from Sunflower and will need to utilize the traffic light at East Lake Woodlands Parkway and Tampa Road.

Additionally, SR 584/SR 580 (Tampa Road) will be repaved from SR 586 (Curlew Rd.) to St. Petersburg Drive.  Lane closures: Sunday, August 16 through Thursday, August 20 from 7:30 PM to 6:00 AM.

Management and Associates is currently closed to the public until further notice, therefore we encourage all documentation to be sent electronically at this time. As always, emails and phone calls will be responded to timely. 

 Thank You

 Mary Hunt

Receptionist

Management & Associates

720 Brooker Creek Blvd # 206

Oldsmar, FL 34677

If you are inquiring about: a homeowner questionnaire; an estoppel; a sale balance; a transfer of ownership balance; association governing documents or any other closing documentation, please log-on to www.homewisedocs.com

 

Eastlake Water Community Update – Damage to Pump Station

We are just following up on the emergency situation with one of our main pump houses for ELW Water in order to update you with the status.  The damage and impact was far greater than anticipated but we have found our resolution.

The pump house building is a total loss requiring it to be demolished and rebuilt.  Thankfully, the pump station itself is intact and for the most part undamaged.  We have obtained and installed a generator that will allow us to provide water starting next week and until the restoration project is completed.  Below is a bulleted list of details for you.

Water will be available beginning at 7pm on Monday, August 3rd

  • After August 3rd, watering will be available from 7pm-7am, Sunday evening through Friday morning
    • There will be NO WATERING AVAILABLE from 7am Friday mornings through 7pm Sunday evenings
    • Below is the watering schedule as it stands
      • WATERING SCHEDULE – UPDATED BELOW
        • MONDAY:  Addresses ending in the numbers 0 or 1
        • TUESDAY:  Addresses ending in the numbers 2 or 3
        • WEDNESDAY:  Addresses ending in the numbers 4 or 5
        • THURSDAY:  Addresses ending in the numbers 6 or 7
        • FRIDAY (12am – 7am only):  Addresses ending in the numbers 8 or 9
  • Because the permitting process with the county will be required for the structure, we are anticipating 6-8 weeks at a minimum until the project is complete
  • Once the rebuild is complete, we will communicate out to the community that we are back to our normal schedule

COVID 19 Updated Information from Pinellas County

A Tweet by Halsey Beshears, Florida’s Secretary of the Department of Business & Professional Regulations,  at 11:05 a.m. this morning (06/26/20) indicated that, “Effective immediately, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is suspending on premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide.” We are awaiting an order or official announcement from the state, as well as further guidance.  We will share more information as it becomes available.

Follow up links for the Pinellas County Face Covering Ordinance:

 

Incident Reports

Hello Everyone,

If you see something, say something and report it!  Recently one of our homeowners had an unfortunate situation where a scooter was run over by a work vehicle and sped off. This was reported to the Sheriffs Dept. and also the Master Association. If you have any video cameras in the vicinity of Cross Tee and Cross Pointe drive, please review them. We are looking for a white pickup truck could be a pool company, pressure washing company or similar. The Eastlake Woodlands Rover Security is 813-462-8971and Pinellas County Sheriff non emergency number 727-582-6200.

19:18(Eastern) Cross Pointe / Cross Pointe Drive

Call for service At approximately 5:21 p.m. Resident called to report at approximately 5:05 pm a white pickup truck ran over a scooter located at the end of his parents driveway of Cross Pointe Drive in Cross Pointe. Several people including visitors heard the loud noise but didn’t see it happen, only seen this pickup (some kind of white work truck) speeding away ) The young men couldn’t see tag number because something of or on truck was covering it. According to visitors parents the scooter was valued at approximately $550.00. A witness from The Preserve along with others gave their statement to The Deputy’s at the scene. Deputy Drish and Mason. Case number 164918. I had checked the logs at each gate house and asked each Officer if they remembered this truck. Neither one recalled seeing it. There was another Resident that had called me about this later, but her phone call kept breaking up. I seen and spoke with her at the scene. I left location at approximately 7:00 pm.