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Port of the Islands
Community Improvement District

September 20, 2019
Board of Supervisors Meeting
Agenda Packet

Premier District Management

PORT OF THE ISLANDS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

September 11, 2019

Board of Supervisors
Port of the Islands
Community Improvement District

Dear Supervisors,

The regular meeting of the Port of The Islands Community Improvement District Board of Supervisors will be held on Friday, September 20th, 2019 at 9 a.m. at the Orchid Cove Clubhouse on 25005 Peacock Lane in Naples, FL. The Agenda is included and the points of interest are as follows:

  • As per usual, enclosed are the regular Meeting Minutes and the Financials for August.
  • Included is the code complaint letter
  • FY 2020 meeting schedule
  • Field Manager’s Report for September
  • Any other information or handouts will be distributed at the meeting

Any supporting documents not enclosed will be distributed at the meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for October 18, 2019, if there are any questions or requests prior to the meeting, feel free to contact me.

Respectfully,

Signature: Calvin Teague, District Manager

Calvin Teague
District Manager

Port of the Islands

Community Improvement District
Meeting Agenda

September 20, 2019 at 9:00 AM

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call
  2. Approval of the Agenda
  3. Audience Comments on Agenda Items
  4. Meeting Minutes
    1. Regular Meeting Minutes from August 16, 2019
  5. Communications
    1. Correspondence from Aeronautic Club – March 25,2019
  6. Code Enforcement Complaint
    1. Collier County Weed Abatement Notice
  7. Utility Operations
    1. Utility Operations Report
    2. Backflow Prevention Update
    3. Lift Station Rehabilitation
  8. Landscape Maintenance
    1. Review of Inspection Report
    2. Irrigation Concerns
  9. District Manager Report
    1. Financial Statements for Period Ending August 31, 2019
    2. Utility Billing Updates
    3. Website ADA Compliance
    4. Mosquito Spraying
  10. Board Meeting Schedule
    1. Setting Fiscal Year 2020 Board Meeting Schedule
  11. Field Operations
    1. Field Report for September
    2. Other Follow Up Items
  12. Engineer Report
  13. Attorney Report
  14. Old Business
  15. New Business
  16. Supervisors Request and/or Comments
  17. Audience Comments
  18. Adjournment

4. Meeting Minutes

August 16, 2019

The following is a summary of the discussions and actions taken at the Port of the Islands Community Improvement District (CID) Board of Supervisors Meeting.

PORT OF THE ISLANDS
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

The meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Port of the Islands Community Improvement District was held Friday August 16th 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at the Orchid Cove Community Center on 25005 Peacock Lane in Naples, Florida 34114.

Present and constituting a quorum were:

Tony DavisChair
Russell KishVice Chair
Norine DillonAssistant Secretary
Teri O’ConnellAssistant Secretary
Kathryn KehlmeierAssistant Secretary

Also present were:

Cal TeagueDistrict Manager
Ron BensonDistrict Engineer
Dan CoxDistrict Attorney
Robert SotoSoto’s Lawn Service
Mitch GilbertFlorida Utility Solutions (FUS)
Residents

FIRST ORDER OF BUSINESS Call to Order and Roll Call

The meeting was called to order and the District Manager called roll. All Board members were present. Also present were District Engineer Ron Benson, District Attorney Dan Cox, Robert Soto of Soto’s Lawn Service and Mitch Gilbert from FUS.

SECOND ORDER OF BUSINESS Approval of the Agenda

The Agenda was approved as presented.

On MOTION by Supervisor Kehlmeier, seconded by Supervisor Dillon, with all in favor, the Agenda was approved as presented.

THIRD ORDER OF BUSINESS Audience Comments on Agenda Items

There being none, the next Order of Business followed.

FOURTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Budget Public Hearing

The District Manager discussed the budget briefly and stated that the ERC’s were adjusted for the boat slips and hotel condominiums.

On MOTION by Chairman Davis, seconded by Supervisor Dillon, with all in favor, the Budget Public Hearing opened at 9:40 a.m.

The District Manager notified the Board that a letter was received from the Attorneys representing Prepmac, asking the Board to fulfill a public records request. This records request was fulfilled.

Gregory Woods introduced himself and stated that he is representing Prepmac and Alligator Boys in the matter of the boat slip ERC increase. Mr. Woods stated that Prepmac owns 95 slips at the marina and Alligator Boys owns four. He also stated that he sent in a letter with his clients’ objections to the hearing. Mr. Woods listed several reasons why his clients object to the boat slip ERC increase.

 There being no further audience comments, the Board closed the public hearing.

On MOTION by Chairman Davis, seconded by Supervisor O’Connell, with all in favor,the Budget Public Hearing was closed at 9:45 a.m.

The District Attorney, District Manager and the Board addressed the arguments Attorney Woods presented.    

A. Resolution 2019-04

On MOTION by Supervisor Dillon, seconded by Chairman Davis, with all in favor, Resolution 2019 – 04 is approved.

B. Resolution 2019 – 05

On MOTION by Chairman Davis, seconded by Supervisor Kehlmeier with all in favor, Resolution 2019 – 05 is approved.

FIFTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Approval of Meeting Minutes

A. Regular Meeting Minutes from July 19, 2019

The Meeting Minutes were presented and approved.

On MOTION by Chairman Davis, seconded by Supervisor Dillon, with all in favor, the Regular Meeting Minutes for July 19, 2019 were appoved as presented.

SIXTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Communications

A. Letter of Objection to Assessments

This was discussed under Agenda item 4. Budget Public Hearing.

SEVENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Staff Reports

A. Utility Operations

i. Utility Operations for August

Mr. Gilbert was present to give his report to the Board on the following topics:

  • The water plant is operating smoothly.
  • The wastewater plant lift station is offline in bypass mode. It is being coded and will be ready to get put back together next week.
  • The cleaning of the plant is ongoing.
  • All the lift stations are working well.
  • They had to replace a pump on the Stella Maris lift station.
  • Lastly, there was a small water leak which has been repaired.

B. Review of Landscape Maintenance Performance

i. Review of Inspection Report

Mr. Soto informed the Board that Collier County Growth Management is now paying close attention to lake maintenance regarding fertilizing to prevent algae growth. Mr. Soto stated that he has a meeting with them to discuss this further and get more information. Mr. Soto also stated that Collier Country Growth Management will be monitoring the lakes and taking samples.  

Mr. Soto informed the Board that when the trees are finished being trimmed, he will have recommendations on what to plant in the medians.

Mr. Soto presented to the Board an idea to use safety overflow pipes for the swales. He recommended waiting until winter to install these as it is rainy season now. The Board asked that the District Engineer, Field Manager and Mr. Soto get together and see if this project is possible and whether a modification to the permit would be necessary.

ii. Irrigation Concerns

There being none, the next Order of Business followed.

C. Manager’s Report

i. Financial Statements for Period Ending July 31, 2019

The financials were presented, discussed and accepted.

On MOTION by Chairman Davis, seconded by Supervisor Dillon, with all in favor, the financials for period ending July 31, 2019 were accepted.

ii. Utility Billing Updates

The District Manager discussed this topic briefly and stated that everything is on schedule for the upcoming billing cycle.  

ii. Website ADA Compliance Update

The District Manager reported that the website is almost complete

iv. Mosquito Spraying

It was discussed that the mosquitos are not as bad as last year. They have been spraying about three times a week.

i. Field Report for August

The Field Report for August was presented and reviewed by the Board, with comments as follows:

  • The District Manager discussed options on how to make the ponds look nicer such as adding plants to the shores.
  • The District Manager stated that there are two small sink holes that the Field Manager is monitoring.
  • A Willow Tree and a Cabbage Palm Tree are growing together. Therefore, the Board agreed to have the Willow Tree cut.
  • The Board asked that the District Manager send a registered letter to the homeowner regarding the culvert with the paver sand that needs to be removed.

ii. Other Follow Up Items

There being none, the next Order of Business followed.

E. Engineers Report

There being none, the next Order of Business followed.

F. Attorney’s Report

i. Parcel 13 Water Frontage

The District Attorney notified the Board that he still has not heard back from the County.

EIGHTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Old Business

A. Drainage System Cleaning and Maintenance Plan

This was discussed under 7. B. i. Review of Inspection Report.

B. Fire Hydrant Painting Update

Mr. Gilbert agreed to have his staff complete this project

C. Highway Striping and Asphalt Repair Update

The District Manager stated that this project has been completed.

NINTH ORDER OF BUSINESS New Business

A. Sidewalk Repairs

Two estimates were submitted last month for $10,350 each and this month an estimate from Tincher Concrete Construction (TCC) was received for $8,291.50.  

On MOTION by Supervisor Dillon, seconded by Supervisor Kish, with all in favor, the Board accepts TCC’s proposal for $8,291.50.

TENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Supervisor’s Request and/or Comments

Supervisor Dillon requested that a sign be removed from the edge of the Parcel 13 property by Mr. Pepin or Mr. Gilbert. Mr. Gilbert commented that he would complete this task.

Supervisor Dillon expressed her concern that CMAC left items at their old site. She asked the District Manager to contact them and inquire about their time frame for moving to the new site.

Supervisor Dillon stated that she spoke with the Director of Code Enforcement and he informed her that they are having trouble finding a contractor to improve on the items that have been brought to their attention.

ELEVENTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Audience Comments

An audience member asked what would happen if someone does not pay their boat assessment. He also asked whether the Board thought there would be a lawsuit regarding this increase. The Board stated that they weren’t certain yet if a lawsuit will be filed for the increase.

TWELFTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Adjournment

There being no further Orders of Business and,

On MOTION by Supervisor Dillon, seconded by Chairman Davis, with all in favor, the meeting was adjourned at 11:08 a.m.

Next Meeting: September 20, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.

Secretary / Assistant Secretary
Chairman / Vice Chairman

5. Communications

September 2019

March 25, 2019
COLLIER MODEL AERONAUTIC CLUB

From the Desk of the First Pilot:

I hope life is treating you all well. Back on March 2, 2019 we had our annual picnic. We had a great turnout of around 100 pilots, friends, and family. It was a beautiful day with much flying, great food, and new memberships.

Later in the day around 3:00 we had an incident of a foamy A-10 electric lose control and crash into the water treatment plant areas. This incident got Community Improvement District (CID) and management involved and they issued a letter of cancellation of our lease. I called the property management company to better understand and was granted an opportunity to speak to the board on March 15, 2019.

OVERFLIGHT OF THE TREATMENT PLANT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED! per our lease agreement.

They granted a stay of execution of termination for 30 days in order to review their position and to give us a chance to come up with some changes in our operation at P.O.1. to better insure no overflight of the treatment plant. These are the proposed changes:

  1. If a pilot cannot control his or her aircraft, and allows it to overfly treatment plant, they lose their membership. This only requires a witness!
  2. Incident reports are kept at the field with emergency contact numbers: 239-450-5650 or 239-216-2999
  3. Move flight line SW in the vicinity of the lake.
  4. Requires a pilot check flight and is signed off by a board member or trainer.
    Membership roster indicates date of check flight.
  5. Signage posted about water treatment plant, restricted area, and overflight warning.
  6. Aircraft failsafe must be set to throttle off, elevator down, and full aileron deflection. This will stop flyaway if signal fails.

I am meeting with CID again on April 19th at 9:00 AM to discuss our direction of operation. It is imperative that all members respect the lease agreement and do everything possible not to violate agreement. It will cost us our field if not respected.

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Clifford MacMorris, President, Collier Model Aeronautic Club

P.S. I will let you know how the meeting turns out. We are not out of the woods yet. Thank you.

6. Code Enforcement Complaint

August 27,2019

Date: August 27, 2019
Ordinance:CL 54-185(a)

Case Number: CENA20190010149

Property Legal Description: 4 52 28 A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE E1/2 SEC 4 DESC BY HOLE MONTES LEGAL DESC REF AS DWG #B-6212 FROM 10-23-07 AND MADE

Folio: 1058920005

Location: 12425 Union RD, Naples

Dear Property Owner:

According to the official records of this County, you are the owner of the above-described property. As such, you are hereby notified that Code Enforcement Personnel on August 20, 2019, determined that a public nuisance exists on your property pursuant to the following County Code of Laws and Ordinances:

Environment. Weeds Litter and Exotics. Declaration of Public Nuisance. Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances Chapter 54, Article VI, Section 54-185(a)

a. The accumulation of weeds, grass, or other similar non-protected overgrowth in excess of 18 inches in height is hereby prohibited and declared tc)’. be a public nuisance when located upon any mowable lot, and which lot has been specifically described by legal description and which condition has been determined by the county administrator or his designee to be a public nuisance pursuant to this article. Such mowable lot is, or may reasonably be expected to become, infested or inhabited by non-protected rodents, vermin or wild animals, or may furnish a breeding place for mosquitoes, or threaten or endanger the public health, safety or welfare, or may reasonably be expected to cause disease, or adversely affect and impair the aesthetic integrity or economic welfare of adjacent or surrounding property.

Did Witness: Unimproved lot (48 acres) with weeds in excess of 18 inches.

You are further notified that you shall abate this nuisance within ten (10) days of the date of this notice by the following corrective action.
1. Must mow or cause to mow all weeds, grass, or other similar non-protected overgrowth in excess of eighteen (18) inches in height on this lot Must mow to a height of less than six (6) inches.

ON OR BEFORE: September 07, 2019

FAILURE TO ABATE THE NUISANCE MAY RESULT IN THE RECORDING OF A LIEN AGAINST YOUR PROPERTY. The

lien shall include the direct cost plus an administrative fee of two hundred dollars ($200) and will be levied as an assessment against all of the property you own.

IN THE EVENT YOU RECEIVE THREE (3) NOTICES OF VIOLATION DURING YOUR OWNERSHIP OF THE REFERENCED PROPERTY, EVEN THOUGH YOU ABATE EACH VIOLATION, YOU MAY BE CHARGED A PENALTY OF FIFTY ($50) DOLLARS AND AN ADMINISTRATIVE FEE

You may contest this determination of the existence of a public nuisance by applying in writing to the Code Enforcement Division, for a hearing before the Special Magistrate within fifteen (15) days from the date of this notice of violation.

If you have any questions please call Investigator Daniel Hamilton at (239) 252-2440

7. Utility Operations

September 2019

FUS Operations Report Cover Page

Utility Monthly Update

Wastewater Plant

Received and treated 3.6 million gallons

Water Plant

Produced and distributed 1.5 million gallons

Reuse

Distributed 8.0 million gallons in July

Port of the Islands Annual Water Flow

WTP – Water Treatment Plant

  • Water plant is operating as designed
  • SCADA work ongoing

WWTP – Waste Water Treatment Plant

  • Daily Process control – is producing acceptable effluent
  • Master Lift Station is being rehabbed
  • We are currently cleaning plant

FIRE STATION PUMPS

  • All OK

LIFT STATIONS

  • All lift stations are functioning properly
  • Cays Drive controller was replaced
  • #2 pump was replaced in Stella Maris Lift Station

REUSE

  • All OK

DISTRIBUTION

  • Meters were read during week of August 12th
  • Received several requests for meter research, as well as shut-offs and turn-ons

8. Landscape Maintenance

No Supporting Documents

9. District Manager Report

    1. Financial Statements for Period Ending August 31, 2019
    2. Utility Billing Updates
    3. Website ADA Compliance
    4. Mosquito Spraying

10. Board Meeting Schedule

Fiscal Year 2020

The Board of Supervisors of the Port of the Islands Community Improvement District will hold their meetings for fiscal year 2020 at the Orchid Cove Clubhouse: 25005 Peacock Lane, Naples, Florida at 9:00 am on the third Friday of each month as follows:

October 18, 2019April 17, 2020
November 15, 2019May 15, 2020
December 20, 2019June 19, 2020
January 17, 2020July 17, 2020
February 21, 2020August 21, 2020
March 20, 2020September 18, 2020

These meetings are open to the public and will be conducted in accordance with the provision of Florida law. A copy of the agenda for a meeting may be obtained by visiting the district’s website at poicid.com. Meetings may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified on the record at the meeting.

There may be occasions when one or more Supervisors will be participating by telephone. There will be a speaker telephone at the above location so that any interested party can attend the meeting and be fully informed of the discussions taking place.

Any person requiring special accommodations at any of these meetings because of disability or physical impairment should contact the District Office at (239) 690-7100 ext 101, at least two (2) calendar days prior to the meeting.

Each person who wishes to appeal any action approved during a meeting is advised that they will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made including the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal is to be based.

11. Field Operations

September 2019

Community Field Services - Company Logo

PORT OF THE ISLANDS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

COMMUNITY FIELD SERVICES – FIELD MANAGEMENT REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER 2019

Site Inspection on August 29th 2019

1. LAKE MANAGEMENT

A. Lake Maintenance: No concerns observed with the retention ponds this month. Several different shoreline weeds were observed, a very low presence of algae was present, and the water levels were average for this time of year. Turbidity (cloudiness / murkiness) also remains high throughout all the ponds. Additional pond management details are below.

B. Littoral Plants: No concerns observed this month.

C. Shoreline Weeds: Weed concerns that should be addressed:

  • Torpedo grass was observed growing in retention ponds #1 thru 3.
  • Climbing Hemp Vine was observed growing in retention pond #2.
  • Primrose Willow was observed growing in retention pond #2.

D. Submerged Weeds: No concerns observed this month.

E. Algae: Very low presence of Filamentous algae in retention pond #2.  

F. Fish: No concerns observed this month. 

G. Trash: Multiple new pieces of trash were observed within the 2nd and 3rd retention ponds. We’ll have it cleaned up next month.   

H. Lake Aeration: No aeration present

I. Shoreline Landscaping: No new concerns observed this month.

J. Lake Bank Erosion: No concerns observed this month.

2. ROADWAYS

A. Asphalt:

  • D&G returned and completed the additional repairs in front of 170 & 182 Newport Drive.
  • The small sink hole that was observed in front of 253 Sunrise Cay last month is being addressed by Florida Utility Solutions. They made a water main repair which created the sinkhole. We’ll follow-up with Mitch and see when the sinkhole will be repaired.

B. Potholes:

  • The small pothole that were found forming on Union Road on the east side of the old hotel have been filled in. We’ll purchase a bag of patch mix and will have our maintenance technician fill it in during one of his next visits.
  • Many new potholes were observed forming on the dirt portion of Union Road.

C. Curbing / Storm Water Gutters: No new concerns observed this month.

D. Street Signage:

  • There is algae growing on one of the street signs next to the sales center. We’ll have it cleaned up next month.  
  • There is an old u-channel post on Newport Drive just past the sales center. We’ll have it removed next month.

E. Roadway Landscaping

  • There are three crape myrtles along the 41 median that are dead and still need to be removed and/or replaced by Soto.
  • Hard woods have recently been pruned by Soto. Palm trees still need to be pruned.

F. Roadway Lighting: No concerns observed or reported to us this month.

3. SIDEWALKS

  • We met with Tincher concrete on 8/29 and conducted a pre-construction meeting to discuss the project. After the meeting they called us and said that the sidewalk ramp in front of 208 Cays Drive isn’t ADA compliant. There is no warning pad present, so they are going to send us a proposal to add one for this location. We’ll be checking all the other existing ramps next month to make sure all the other ramps have mats.

4. STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEM

A. Catch Basins: No concerns observed this month. Basins inspected were clear of debris.

B. Water Control Structures (WCS):

  • Sunset Cay: Thick vegetation growing around the structure. While our technician was onsite on 8/29 we had him clean up the area.  
  • Venus Cay: Thick vegetation growing around the structure. While our technician was onsite on 8/29 we had him clean up the area. 
  • Windward Cay: Thick vegetation growing around the structure. While our technician was onsite on 8/29 we had him clean up the area.
  • Wilderness Cay: Thick vegetation growing around the structure. While our technician was onsite on 8/29 we had him clean up the area.
  • Water Plant: WCS clear of debris.
  • Retention Ponds: No new concerns observed this month.  

C. Flumes: Roadway flumes were cleaned out by our maintenance technician on 8/29/19.

D. Culverts:

  • Florida Utility Solutions still hasn’t flush out the 2 culverts in front of 194-242 Newport Drive & in front of Sunrise Cay. We were informed that the culverts were going to be cleaned out in the middle of August and as of 8/29 nothing has been completed yet. We’ll follow up with FUS again.
  • The concrete culverts and catch basins along Newport Drive and Cays Drive will be pressure washed after the rainy season.
  • The drainage culvert at 114 Newport Cay remains at least 90% clogged and needs to be cleaned out. This is the address where the homeowner installed a paver driveway and never removed the excess paver sand from inside his culvert.

E. Drain Pipes: No issues observed this month.

F. Drainage Swales / Dry Detention Ponds / Banks:

  • Flooding was observed again within the large retention area in front of the water plant. We tried looking for the drain culvert that runs underneath the south entrance to the plant but the vegetation in the area is just too thick.  If the ponds dry out during the winter months the vegetation should be cut down and all the storm water structures within these areas should be thoroughly inspected.

Flooding in Front of the Water Plant

5. Front Entrance Monuments

A. Main Monument: Mold on the monument needs to be removed with a pressure washer. The two old flag poles are also very moldy and need to be pressure washed. We’ll add these items to the maintenance list.  

B. Side Monuments: No new concerns observed this month.

C. Landscaping: New weed growth was observed around the ground covers at the Newport Drive entrance.

D. Landscape Lights: No new concerns observed this month.  

E. Flagpole: The American Flag has been replaced.  

F. US 41 Median: Water is holding within the median next to the Newport Drive exit and dries out as you head east towards the Faka Union Canal.

G. Cays Drive Entrance: No concerns observed this month.

H. Union Road Entrance: No concerns observed this month.

6. Irrigation System

  • A broken irrigation riser was observed in the 41 median behind the shrubs / dead crape myrtle.  

7. Mosquito Spraying

  • No updates or concerns to report this month.  

8. Residential Complaints / Concerns

  • No complaints or concerns were reported to us this month.

9. Non-CID Issues Observed

  • None observed.

10. Fish / Wildlife Observations

  • Bass – Not seen
  • Bream – Seen
  • Catfish – Not seen
  • Gambusia – Not seen
  • Egrets – Seen
  • Herons – Seen
  • Coots – Not seen
  • Gallinules – Not seen
  • Anhinga – Not seen
  • Cormorant – Not seen
  • Osprey – Not seen
  • Ibis – Seen
  • Woodstork – Not seen
  • Otter – Not seen
  • Alligator – Seen
  • Turtles – Not seen
  • Snakes – Not seen
  • Other Species: Ducks, 2 Bald Eagles

11. CID Project Updates

  • No new project updates this month.

12. Water Treatment Plant

A. Fire Hydrants: Fire hydrants still need to be painted.  

B. Meter Boxes / Valves: No new concerns observed this month.   

C. Missing Valve Box Covers at:

  • 168 and 169 Venus Cay.

D. Wells: Vegetation continues to encroach from both sides making the access roadway very narrow. The vegetation needs to be cut back.

E. Boil Water Notices: No notices issued this month.

F. Line Breaks / System Concerns: No concerns observed this month.

13. Soto’s Approved Proposals

  • Below is a list of approved work orders for Soto that we’re monitoring. Completed tasks are removed from the list on the following month.

Soto’s Lawn Services at Port of the Islands

Estimate #DateDescriptionStatus
30045/17/2019Removal of tree stakes from Hurricane Irma at water plant.75% Completed
30055/17/2019Palm Tree PruningNot Completed
30075/17/2019Hardwood Tree PruningCompleted
30576/21/2019Removal of 2 crape myrtles on 41 median, 3 pallets of floritam sod, 50 arboricola trinetteunder Queen Emma Plants & mulch75% Completed
30777/26/2019Remove and replace ficus on US 41 that were destroyed by vehicle.Completed

14. Maintenance Follow-Up Actions

  • Completed tasks are removed from the list on the following month.

Recommended Projects / Maintenance Tasks

UPDATED 8/30/19DATE REPORTEDVENDORPROJECT STATUS
Repair the L on the Hotel / Marina Sign on Newport Drive.10/10/2016  
Repair the leaning over head wall in the retention pond just south of Stella Maris Drive S.10/10/2016  
Have the broken electrical box near the entrance to the sales center repaired.8/1/2017  
Remove the debris from the drainage swale on Wilderness Cay.5/2/2018  
Have the vegetation along the well road cut back.7/30/2018SotoPending
Vegetation around the Well Stations should be cut back.7/30/2018SotoPending
Pressure clean the catch basins and culverts along Newport & Cays Drive. Pressure wash front monument & old flag poles.1/30/2019CFSPending
Replace the damaged fire hydrant roadway reflector in front of 175 Sunset Cay.6/27/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Remove the broken culvert pieces from the rip rap across from the fire station.6/27/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Grind down the 5 uplifted sidewalk panels along Cays Drive.6/27/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Remove the braces from the 3 trees in the open area behind the sales center on Newport Drive.6/27/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Fill in the potholes forming on Union Road on the east side of the old hotel.7/30/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Trim back the oak tree branches that are blocking the Windward Cay & Cays Drive roadway signs.7/30/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Inspect all roadway flumes and remove any silt building up within them.7/30/2019CFSCompleted – WO
1333 August
Remove the grass and trash from the storm water structure on the 3rd retention pond on Cays Drive.7/30/2019CFSPending – WO
1346 Sept
Fill in the void with dirt behind the WCS at the end of Venus Cay.7/30/2019CFSPending – WO
1346 Sept
Remove the vegetation and silt building up in front of the main drainage culvert at 119 Newport Drive.7/30/2019CFSPending – WO
1346 Sept
Remove the willow tree from the cabbage palm on Newport Drive7/30/2019SotoPending
Remove the dead pygmy date palm on the Union Road island.7/30/2019SotoPending
Remove the Brazilian pepper within the sea grapes adjacent to the sales center.7/30/2019SotoPending
Remove trash from the retention ponds and from the landscaping in front of the community.8/29/2019CFSPending – WO
1346 Sept
Remove the algae from the street sign next to the sales center.8/29/2019CFSPending – WO
1346 Sept
Remove the u-channel post just past the sales center on Newport Drive.8/29/2019CFSPending – WO
1346 Sept

12. Engineer Report

No Supporting Documents

13. Attorney Report

No Supporting Documents

14. Old Business

No Supporting Documents

15. New Business

No Supporting Documents

16. Supervisors Request and/or Comments

No Supporting Documents

17. Audience Comments

No Supporting Documents

18. Adjournment

September 2019

Next Meeting
9:00 am Friday October 18, 2019