july spring run 2015 - The Springs Connection
The Spring Run
OUR 44TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION
VOLUME 44, ISSUE 07
At Home...With Nature
Photo by Mim Starr
Photography by Andrew Parker West, Facebook
A MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT
Hello Again Springs Residents,
The summer is zipping by and I hope it’s been a relaxing one for you and your families.
In June and July, the SCA Board saw a w e l c o m e i n c r e a s e i n m e m b e r attendance. We’re always pleased to see owners take an interest, and to hear their opinions, ideas, and concerns. In fact, the Open Forum portion of the agenda exists solely so we can hear from owners prior to a Board vote on matters before it. Every owner wishing to speak, signs up at the meeting and is given 3 minutes to tell us what’s on their mind. We won’t always have immediate answers for you, or agree with your perspective, but we will certainly get back to you with answers when we have them and we will consider what you have to say. Website Improvements
www.thespringsconnection.com. The Board meets on the third Wednesday of each month. Watch the front entrance reader board for reminders.
The June and July attendance increase was largely because the members of five households were caught unaware that a hardiboard It’s a time to share and listen -‐ it isn’t fence wouldn’t be going up behind meant to be a debate – although it the last four homes on 434 closest to sometimes sounds like one.
the Little Wekiva River. The last 400 Even if you don’t have a concern you feet of perimeter enclosure is, want to speak about, we encourage instead, an 8 foot tall wall of chain-‐
you to attend so you can learn first-‐
link screening that is cemented into hand what the Board is deliberating the ground and further grounded by about. We’ve always posted the stout wooden posts that will have agenda for the month outside the lighting that faces 434. The chain-‐link Business Office and, beginning this is a one-‐inch mesh (most chain-‐link is month, we will also post it the Friday a two inch mesh) selected so that it before each meeting under cannot be climbed. It will be over-‐
Community Announcements on the grown within 9 to 12 months by a community’s website at thick evergreen jasmine vine. Perim
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Motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians coming up 434 will see a wall of green before they take note further along of our batten-‐board fence that echoes the stretch of fence down Wekiva Springs Road.
The decision to utilize chain-‐link and a vine for the last 400 feet was driven by the considerations offered by Jeff Dix, the designer of all of our new walls and entryway. That portion of our property is well back from the road but abuts land owned by the State Department of Transportation and the retention pond they’ve placed there. Mr. Dix considered placing a hardiboard wall along that portion, too, but decided against it for several reasons: there is a narrow footprint for maintaining a wall; it declines in grade (which requires stepping the wall down the decline); it is in the wind corridor of 434 (making it more susceptible to storm winds than a mesh wall); and it is a better choice aesthetically (passers-‐by see green rather than a long step-‐like wall advancing for nearly a quarter mile up 434). After a considerable amount of discussion pro and con, the Board voted to adopt Mr. Dix’s revisions at its February meeting. Minutes about that decision were posted in the March newsletter in which my monthly message drew attention to the slowly visible installation.
I’m sorry that these owners were caught unaware and we’ll do a better job of spot-‐lighting changes in our community, but the Board discussed every facet of this decision – including security, privacy, noise abatement – before voting to adopt Mr. Dix’s plan. We stand by that decision and believe that these 5 owners, and every other owner in here, will soon be hearing favorably from their Seminole County friends about this beautiful new addition that adds value to our community and their county.
Until next month…..best regards!
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($100 or less per item), school supplies ($15 or
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Calling All Bridge Players!
Do you like to play Bridge?
The Springs Bridge Club plays the 2nd Thursday of each
month at 10:00 a.m. at the Springs Clubhouse.
Whether you are a new or seasoned player,
we’d love to have you!
Please call Nancy Kenney at 407-788-6300 to join!
Love to read?
The Springs Book Club is seeking women who love
to read and welcome lively discussions. The Book
Club meets every third Wednesday of each month at
If you’d like to join us, contact Nancy Kenney at
407-788-6300 for details!
*No meeting in August.
To prevent bears from being attracted to the recreation area as a result of weekend trash
overflow, we would like your opinion.
What do you think the best solution for the community would be?
I think SCA owners will support carry in/carry out?
Yes/No ____ I support it Yes/No ____
B. ! I prefer that we use bear-proof trash containers.
C. Let’s continue to pay maintenance staff to maintain
trash containers in recreation area on weekends.
Indicate Your Favorite Option Here: ______
Answers Are Anonymous!
*Please complete survey no later than Thursday, August 12th for inclusion on the
BOD Meeting Agenda for August 19th! Surveys can be dropped off at the business
office, mailed or emailed to [email protected]
Thank you! Your opinion matters!
We Want Your Input…
Each Sunday morning, beginning in May and ending in October, the SCA pays a
member or two of the maintenance team a minimum of 2 hours of overtime to
come in and clean up debris in the recreation area pulled from the trash cans and
scattered by the bears. Monday mornings start the same way, only on the regular
To eliminate the trashing of grounds, the SCA is considering whether to purchase
bear-proof trash receptacles identical to those along the Seminole Trail Bikeway.
The cost would be $6543, unless the SCA can secure a partial subsidy from the
Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission. There would be 3 double
containers behind the beach and 3 single containers near the picnic tables under
the big live oaks. This plan also supports SCA's commitment to minimize bear
feeding so that they are not so populous and brazen in here, increasing their risk
of being taken away and killed.
Alternatively, we could begin treating our recreation area like precious areas of the
National Park Service, that is, "leave no trace." All residents would be advised to
bring a bag with them when they bring items into the area, and take all trash and
garbage with them as they leave for disposal at home.
Please take a moment to complete our survey. Your input is greatly appreciated.
David Forthuber, LCAM
Community Association Manager
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THE SPRINGS COMMUNITY
Board of Directors Meeting
Clubhouse - 400 Woodbridge Road,
Wednesday June 17, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
The Board of Directors of The Springs
Community Association, Inc. met at
the Clubhouse on Wednesday, June
17th. Board members present were: Jerry Crews, Vice President; Robert Johnston, Treasurer; Mark Sposato; and James Cornell, Directors. Community Association Manager, David Forthuber, was also present and ten home owners attended.
CALL TO ORDER
Noting that a quorum was present, Board Vice President, Jerry Crews, called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT – Jerry
C r e w s i n d i c a t e d t h a t M r.
Alexandrowicz had not provided any
report and he didn’t have one in his
SECRETARY’S REPORT – Mr.
Forthuber asked the directors present
to review the minutes and advise if
they are approved. Bob Johnston
moved to approve the minutes drafted
by the manager for the May, 2015
board meeting. Mark Sposato
seconded the motion and it passed
TREASURER’S REPORT – Robert
Johnston reported that as of May 31,
2015, the SCA had $1,022,971 in
operating accounts, and $439,877 in
the reserve account. $448,027 in
assessment income was still due by
month’s end, down from $467,725 last
month. The comparison of income to
expenses indicates that income yearto-date exceeded expenses by a total
of $23,471. He also reported 7
closings in the month for a total of 29
year-to-date. Mr. Johnston also
advised that 6 owners are under
bankruptcy protection and 15 are in
mortgage foreclosure. Three mortgage
f o r e c l o s u r e s a l e s h a v e b e e n associations so that the SCA can
scheduled by the courts for June collaborate more effectively with the
villages in fulfilling ACC requests and
property maintenance obligations.
Risner Realty Advisers has provided a
MANAGEMENT REPORTfirst draft of an independent insurance
Mr. Forthuber reported that the appraisal. The manager has requested
strategy to secure from a homeowner some revisions. Sentry is close to
the funds awarded to the HOA by the completing all set-up details so that
courts will shift. The debt will be the new website can be launched.
added to the home owner account Reports of bears rummaging in
and collected from their rental recreation area trashcans led the
proceeds. It is expected that the manager to explore the option of bearowner will then become more proof cans. The recommended
amenable to signing a re-payment provider offered a bid of $6,000 for 6
plan. Based on new input from the bear-proof cans. The manager will
HOA manager, Greenwich Insurance seek a subsidy from the Florida Fish
has reversed its decision to cancel the & Wildlife Commission. The manager
umbrella coverage it presently offers. has asked Parker Wilson to re-build
A t t o r n e y A n d r e a D e s o r e t z i s the spring’s passive algae filtration
exploring whether 203 Red Bud can boxes and re-position the filtration
be deeded back to the mortgage conduit so it works more effectively.
company so that it, and not the HOA, Wilson will also look into additional
is liable to respond to County code geo-tubing at the South Run to
e n f o r c e m e n t r e q u i r e m e n t s t o eliminate ground separation at the
rehabilitate the property. Article IX, canal wall. The manager met with v.p.
Sec. 5 (parking) was amended in Jerry Crews and Jeff Dix, landscape
1999 and retitled as Article IX, Sec. d e s i g n e r, r e g a r d i n g l a n d s c a p e
6. The amendment changed the renovations on 434 and at the entry
language of the parking restriction in portion of Springs Blvd. New shrubs
a way that makes it more difficult to and ground cover will replace any
assure that two automotive vehicles vegetation that is not doing well.
are parked in each garage.
The manager has analyzed the issue
and made recommendations to be
incorporated into a proposed Policy
20 – Parking at Homes. The manager
and several directors have met with
RLC Landscaping’s owners to stress
their dissatisfaction with the
company’s performance over the past
6 months. All concert-related costs
were reviewed by the manager and
the Orlando Philharmonic was
presented with an invoice for $8,392
w h i c h i t p r o m p t l y p a i d . M r.
Forthuber met with Robert Brinton
Tree Service to survey tree-trimming
needs prior to the summer storm
period. All trees along Springs
Boulevard and its sidewalk will be
trimmed of limbs deemed dangerous.
A bid is expected soon. SafeCam has
completed half of the security
upgrade at the gatehouse and
e n t r y w a y. T h e m a n a g e r h a s
scheduled a 4 pm meeting on July 17
with presidents of the sub-
Architectural Control There were no questions regarding the
17 ACC approvals in June.
Audit/Finance No questions or comments.
Security - No questions or comments.
Fines Hearing There was no scheduled meeting and
Stable Committee Robin Andersohn, chair, presented to
the Board regarding the need for a
systems to control flies and
mosquitoes and for new fans to cool
the stables which often get close to
100 degrees during the summer. Bob
Johnston moved to allow up to $2500
for new fans and an insect control
system. Jamie Cornell seconded the
motion and it passed unanimously.
BOD Meeting Minutes (continued)
All eight stables will be fully rented
MEMBERS OPEN FORUM – Ed
Kelly was the spokesperson for 5
homeowners living along Little
Wekiva Court and Springside Court
whose homes back up to 434 along a
section that will have a vine-covered
8 foot commercial grade chain-link
fence rather than the 8 foot
hardiboard visible along the other
portion on 434. They protested that
the proposed chain-link fencing
offered less security, less protection
from noise, and less privacy than the
hardiboard, and de-valued their
homes. The directors assured them
that the new fencing would be firstrate and an aesthetic enhancement
and was selected after careful
deliberation. There was an impasse in
the conversation until two directors
and the home owners agreed to meet
onsite in an effort to come up with an
acceptable solution to the issues
raised. The vine-covered chain-link
fence will, in any case, be installed.
Board Review of Proposed
Driveway/Garage Parking Policy –
This item was tabled until the next
Presentation by Austin Outdoor, Inc.
– This sizeable company provides
landscape service to Keene’s Point in
Windermere, Emerald Island Resort
in Kissimmee, and the AAA National
Headquarters in Lake Mary. They
presented regarding their landscape
design, installation, and management
services. They expressed an interest
in additional meetings with interested
directors and the community manager
to learn what levels of service are
needed in The Springs.
Changes to Policy 13 – Rec Area
Rules & Regulations – This item was
tabled until the next meeting.
Woodbridge Vehicle Bridge Railings
Springs Steps, Brick Path, Platform
and Wall Modifications.
MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT SUMMARY
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
Recreation Area –the spring
There being no further business to
discuss, the meeting was adjourned SCA Maintenance Staff:
• Monday/Thursday weekly at 8:35 p.m.
vegetation dredging of the spring • Cleaned lagoons
• Trimmed palms by lagoon
• Raked beach
• Cleaned Springs filters and ladders and wall areas
• Watered/cleaned palm island by spring
• Pressure cleaned springs gazebo
Pool, Spa, Clubhouse, Tennis
SCA Maintenance Staff:
• The maintenance team worked with Jerry Crews in the manager’s absence to finalize the re-‐plumbing of the men’s spa. Hot and cold water pipes were replaced and the water damage in the storage/work area is being repaired by maintenance.
• Changed AC filters in tennis pro shop; blow-‐clean courts
• Checked and maintained spa equipment in men’s/women’s spas
• Weekly power-‐blowing of pool deck
• Pressure cleaned pool gazebo
• Exterior siding planks re-‐
attached at men’s spa and interior drywall repair was primed and painted.
Outside Vendors: • GG & R Pool Service purchased all the required parts for code-‐compliant lighting in the recreation area pool and Commercial Lighting was been requested to do installation. Commercial earlier installed a new transformer and timer system. To eliminate persistent leakage into the building Rainaldi Plumbing re-‐
plumbed the men’s spa at a cost of $4600.
Community Common Grounds & Infrastructure
SCA Maintenance Staff:
• Called 14 vendors to locate someone able to cap a 6” iron pipe that had been cut into at 1967 Lost Spring and was drawing against the pump house. Rainaldi Plumbing eventually repaired it.
• Continued fan palm clean-‐up along Springs Blvd behind gatehouse
• Re-‐ painted Woodbridge Rd railings after a car side-‐
swiped one side
• Removed h/o debris piles behind Jasmine
• Removed 2 dead trees by Fairway Condos
• Trimmed low hanging branches above sidewalk across from Tomoka Trail
• Weekly check of streetlights for outages
• Assisted in Installing new pump relay at Pump House
• Mow/weed/edge at 203 Red Bud in response to county code grounds complaint
Pressure cleaned interior and • The coquina (FLA fieldstone) exterior of all 8 horse stalls will soon be added to Washed trucks and carts
Reorganized shop; • Installation of commercial
inventoried and ordered new grade chain-‐link scheduled for supplies
week of 7/20
Utilized spare parts from various locations to create a Creative Lighting has coordinated with video camera recording Dix-‐Hite to order/install new system to monitor the column lighting
stables, RV parking facility 4) SafeCam has completed 95% of and maintenance shop. This the tasks related to the should aid in protecting upgraded entry/gatehouse against theft and damage.
Moved 20-‐yd dumpster 5)
Bridge Railing – No new blocking boat access
Outside Vendors: none
SCA Maintenance Staff:
• Fire extinguisher monthly check
• Monthly staff safety meeting
• Monthly check/clearing of storm water drains
• Set-‐up and break-‐down of meeting rooms
Springs Area Restoration
1) Steps/Wall Platform – Awaiting revised engineering drawings required for proposal stage
2) Brick Path Restoration – Dix-‐
Hite submitted engineered plans in Aug 2014; Board review pending
3) Phase III Wall
• Additional hardiboard segments being added & Outside Vendors: batten boards attached at • Rainaldi Plumbing -‐ $2700 to west end of 434 excavate/locate/cap 6” iron • Posts at river end are in the pipe
DOT right of way were • Kroeplin Irrigation, Inc. -‐ $635 moved back behind for new pump relay
• Concrete poured for east R.V. Lot/Stables/Maintenance Lot
end posts and painting to begin
SCA Maintenance Staff:
Media 1 delivered & •
• Dragged riding ring; used installed bird logo panels Round-‐up to eliminate grass for $3535, saving $1977 & weeds in the ring
over old bid. PROPERTY INSPECTION: Sent property maintenance notices and restriction compliance notices as needed
SCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
15 JULY 2015
As of June 30, 2015:
CASH - Operating:
A/R Last Month:
A/R 2014 Year End
A/R 2013 Year End:
A/R 2012 Year End:
INCOME STATEMENT (Y-T-D):
Accounts Receivable Notes: Fourteen properties were sold and closed in June for a total of 43
closings in 2015. 66 Springs properties sold and closed in 2014. Banks foreclosed on three
properties. 27 owners have not paid all or part of their 2014 assessments and 46 other owners
are delinquent for 2015 quarterly assessments and have been sent Intent to Lien (ITL) notices.
5 owners are under bankruptcy protection and 13 are in mortgage foreclosure. Foreclosure
sales have been scheduled in July and August for several MFR properties.
The Springs Community Association, Inc.
Board, Committee & Village
Meeting Schedule 2015
Crown Oaks I (Clubhouse)
2nd Tuesday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Crown Oaks II (Clubhouse)
2nd Monday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Fairway Villas (Cottage)
No Meetings Until Further Notice
3rd Tuesday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Live Oak (Conference)
4th Monday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Palm Springs (Cottage)
3rd Wednesday/6:30 p.m. Monthly
4th Monday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Spreading Oak (Conference)
4th Wednesday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Wekiva Villas (Clubhouse) 3rd Monday/6:30 p.m. Monthly
Whispering Pines (Clubhouse)
4th Thursday/6:30 p.m. Monthly
Architectural Control Committee (Conference)
1st Monday/5:30 p.m. Monthly
Audit/Finance Committee (Conference)
3rd Monday/5:00 p.m. Monthly
Security Committee (Conference)
2nd Monday/4:00 p.m. Monthly
Social Committee (Clubhouse)
NO COMMITTEE Board of Directors (Clubhouse)
3rd Wednesday/7:00 p.m. Monthly
Women of The Springs Bridge Day (Clubhouse)
2nd Thursday/10:00 a.m. Monthly
Book Club (Cottage)
3rd Wednesday/1:00 p.m. Monthly
*All Meetings are Subject To Change.
SUBMIT ACC FORM BEFORE
EXTERNAL REPAIRS START!
The following information is taken from Springs Operating Policy No. 14
Architectural Review Committee Construction Criteria
For a copy of the complete Application and Policy, Please Contact the Business Office
The Springs Community Association’s (SCA) Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions provide for the
review, by committee, of any and all phases of exterior modifications to lots and/or living units within The
Springs Planned Unit Development (PUD). This includes but is not limited to painting, roofing, paving,
landscaping, fencing, and additions to or deletions from existing structures. The intent of the overall
community scheme is to insure a standard of construction, which, over the years, will enhance the
appearance of the community as a whole. Each structure and lot upon which it sits is to be considered
an element of the community and should blend appropriately with its surroundings. It is intended that this
development maintains itself with as many natural surfaces as possible.
The following documents and criteria are established for review by the ACC prior to commencement of
any phase of construction. Plans are requested seven days in advance of the regularly scheduled
meeting of the ACC so that the site may be reviewed by committee members prior to the meeting. The
General Manager will provide approvals, disapprovals, or requests for additional information in writing.
1. An “Architectural Review” application form describing work to be done submitted with drawings
and documents or survey as required.
2. Must have written sub-association approval (if applicable).
3. Plans for structures will be not less than 1/8” = 1’ scale.
4. Drawings and documents required for review shall consist of the following:
• Survey prepared by a Florida registered surveyor. Additions such as decks, porches, rooms,
pools require a survey showing placement of these structures.
• Site plan showing all lot dimensions, easements, outlines, setbacks, major trees over 6” in
diameter, fences, existing and proposed topographic conditions, and underground trench
locations at a scale of not less than 1”=20’.
• Floor plans
• Elevations of all sides of contemplated structure. Height limitations in single-family residences
will be 2.5 stories or 35 feet.
• A summary specification list of proposed materials. Samples must be supplied for all exterior
materials, which cannot be adequately described.
• Color samples for all proposed exterior materials.
• Landscape plans complete with a tree survey.
5. Approvals will be good for six months unless otherwise specified.
6. Any permits required by Seminole County must be obtained before contractor’s passes are issued.
7. All contractors must be properly licensed and insured.
The property owner is responsible for and is fully expected to control noise and unsightliness (to include
any and all debris) during all phases of construction. The property owner and contractors will provide dust
abatement and erosion control measures. Construction is prohibited on Sundays and limited to daylight
hours on every other day of the week. Respect for neighboring properties and the rights of other property
owners is fully expected.
Application must include the following:
• Written approval from village or sub-association (if applicable)
• Construction deposit
• Seminole County approved plans
• Examples of material to be used for renovation
**To Avoid Violation Fines
Submit ACC Application
for any exterior
renovations - including, but
not limited to:
SATELLITE DISH INSTALL
Please be sure to
use a licensed and
specific to the job
you are doing.
Meetings held the
first Monday of
Dates, Times and
Locations for these
meetings can be found
123-125 Red Cedar Drive
121 Red cedar Drive
113 Starling Lane
107 Red Cedar Drive
Replace Garage Door
108 Wild Holly Lane
117 Red Cedar Drive
112 Wild Holly Lane
115 Red Cedar Drive
Garage Door Repair
202 Weeping Elm Lane
102 Starling Lane
Spreading Oak Village
103 Autumn Drive
103 Cedar Point Lane
Whispering Pines Village
104 Raintree Drive
120 Raintree Drive
148 Raintree Drive
1918 Lost Spring Court
Install Wall-mounted Flagpole
212 Springside Road
118 Wild Fern Drive
236 Spring Run Circle
202 Wild Ash Lane
Landscaping/Remove Dead Pine Tree
211 Spring Run Circle
ACC Approval is required for most outside
improvements and updates.
Forms are available online, or you can contact the
business office for more information.
Note: A security deposit may be required. Log on or call the office for ACC Form.
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~ Insured ~
The SCA maintenance staff will be performing the
weekly cleaning of the spring on
Mondays and Thursdays
from approx. 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL RESIDENTS AND THEIR GUESTS,
SWIMMING IN THE SPRINGS WILL BE PROHIBITED DURING
Thank you for your patience and for helping to keep
The Springs beautiful!
Reserve your special date now!
Consider The Springs Clubhouse
when planning this year’s
Call the SCA Business Office for
Information (407) 862-3881
Springs Sitting Services!
Dog Walking * Pet Sitting
If you would like to be added to the list of service
providers, please call the business office
or email: [email protected]
Tiffany Bruner (will house-sit)
Y - + Horses
Max and Charlie Sills
Y - + Horses
Estrellita Santiago (will house-sit)
Y - + Horses
Diana Chacon (will house-sit)
Sharing the sidewalk...tips on
courtesy and safety...
• Walk to the right side
• Be aware of what is behind you
• Dogs on leash and restrained at all times
• Bicyclists - walk around or move slowly past
• Runners - slowly pass walkers on left
• Skateboarders - use extreme caution when going by
• Bicyclists, skateboarders, runners - when approaching
from behind, announce approach with “behind you...on
your left/right”, etc.
BOARD & COMMITTEES
SCA Board of Directors
Theresa Bradley & George Diaz
Judy Morse & Robin Andersohn
THE SP R I NG S
C OM M UNI TY
Office Hours: 8:30-5:30 (Mon-Fri)
Lynette Gault, Admin.
Joni Raines, Admin.
Chief of Security
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