Updated as of 4/12/18
I am Mike McCoy and it is a privilege to represent Pine Ridge as your new Board President. I am looking forward to meeting as many of you as I can and promise to serve the community in a professional and dignified manner.
I want to thank outgoing President, Joan Kohler, for her dedication and many years of tireless service. She inspired us with her grace and selfless work and always represented Pine Ridge with pride and reverence. We wish her many long years of happy and relaxing retirement.
It is my honor to welcome our new Board members Mike Perry, Maggie Case and Jim Tucker as well as our current Board member MaryAnn Smith. I am proud to say that Pine Ridge is truly represented by one of the finest Boards we have had in a long time.
Our election has just been completed and I am pleased to report that it was done with no major problems. The Property Manager, Gail Denny, and Election Committee Chairman Brenda Roberts, have worked hard to ensure this election was conducted in the most transparent and efficient manner possible. With the help of our many volunteers, all ballots were verified and counted in record time and with a savings of nearly $5,000. Thank You, just doesn’t seem adequate for the hard work and dedicated effort of everyone involved. Each of you has the sincere gratitude of the entire community.
I want to take this opportunity to announce that your our Property Manager has graciously agreed to and signed a new three (3) year contract. The Board, in coordination with Pine Ridge Counsel and your Property Manager have approved and adopted the new contract which is now in effect. I want to personally thank Gail for persevering with the Board and convey our confidence, support and trust in her as she works tirelessly for the community.
Finally, there are many challenges ahead and your Board is already preparing to meet them head-on. We are working to develop ways to keep you, the residents, as well informed as possible. All of us look forward to your ideas and thoughts as we strive to advance and improve this proud community.
GAIL DENNY, LCAM, CMCA, AMS
Updated on April 22, 2019
It was a pleasure working with the Election committee and the additional group of volunteers that were assembled to open and count the votes for this years open seats on the board of directors. The Board did not change their positions as they had the same members as last year and decided unanimously that this worked well; this made my annual process much easier. This years run for office was respectful by all and that sure made the process smooth, I am so happy we had no rumors to deal with. All of the candidates did a fine job at the meet the candidate meetings and I am sure they will be back for the next run for three seats in 2020.
It is Spring and we have had some wonderful cooler weather very unusual but welcomed. Part of what I do as well as my team is to keep up with concerns from the community. The only way I can help with this is to contact individual property owners with concerns regarding their property or ask in a message for everyone to step back and take a look at their property. If you see or have anything happening that is not exactly correct, now is the best time to address it, while it is reasonably cool.
Below are some of the common issues:
- Overgrown hedges or dead trees
- Heavy growth of weeds in landscape beds
- Tall weeds in yards
- Barking Dogs, off leash, and cleaning up after dogs while on walk (#1 complaint)
- Soiled or fencing in poor repair
- Paint on home in poor repair
As many of you may know just about all of the above are governed by the Deed Restrictions. I will make a first attempt to reach out to you by telephone should any of the above apply to you. Sending a letter is always my last effort. Barking dogs, dogs off the leash, and cleaning up after your pet is a county ordinance and for the safety of all including the pet must be on a leash, especially at the community complex. As for clean up this is a matter of respect as well as an ordinance, if you need to read the ordinance just scroll down and click on the same. Dogs bark and that is their job to alert you. However, if a dog is left out and unattended for hours at a time, this could create a nuisance for neighbors. Please make sure your pets are secure and are not barking endlessly, your neighbors will be better for it.
I would like to remind everyone that we encourage you to keep your current mailing address and or phone number on file with the office. You will find an address change form on the Community Forms Page, click Here or may send an email to the office at Manager@pineridgeassn.com Keeping your data current helps us to assist you with many needs throughout the year.
Please remember to submit application for the following: New home, re-roof of a home, new pool, fencing and any exterior changes as well as an addition of an accessory unit. If you are repainting your home even if it is the same color, an application needs to be reviewed and approved. The paint colors are located on this site under the forms page and the book is in the Pine Ridge office.
The association has two residential vacant lots for sale that was taken during the process of lien foreclosure. The remaining property can be viewed HERE. Offers should be submitted to the Pine Ridge office located at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd. Beverly Hills, FL, 34465 and in care of Michael McCoy, President.
If you would like to become a volunteer, contact the office or send an email to:Manager@pineridgeassn.com.
Thanks for using the Pet Registration it is voluntary process, we have many pets that are either lost or found. You are not required to do this, but if your pet is lost we will have their information on file. Having their information may assist you in locating them. I am always available to board members and can view the data from anywhere if needed. So please feel free to fill out the form, under comments ask to keep your phone and email confidential, we will always be the point of contact between the parties. Click Here to register your pet.
This office holds the official records of the association; we are always here to assist you should you need information. We strive to provide you with the facts. Please contact us at 352-746-0899 or by email if you have any questions and we will do our best to assist you.
The barn is a friendly environment and a very nice amenity; currently we have 15 horses. Diane Plath is a fantastic barn manager and continues to do a fine job!
We continue to welcome new residents, assist all others who are in need of submitting applications to the Architectural Design Committee and those who have general questions about the community. Currently the community has 3,033 homes built or under construction.
As a friendly reminder, please refer to the covenants for direction on all matters concerning your property or call the office for assistance. To access the recorded deed restrictions Click Here. We also have applications and various forms and policy posted on the community forms page Click Here to access that page. Please review the monthly Manager Reports. If you have any questions concerning your community or contact me at any time at Pineridge2@mindspring.com
To view county pet ordinances CLICK HERE
The Civic Association events continue….. Check on the News and Reviews page for details.
Communication is an essential key to our success. Therefore, in order for this team to serve your needs properly we need to hear from you! Please send comments and suggestions to us on how we can serve you better. This office strives to supply optimum service to the community owners. We do work at the pleasure of the board, but we are also here Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30 to assist with your questions and concerns. Please feel free to send an email Manager@pineridgeassn.com
It continues to be a pleasure to serve as your community association and web manager. I am pleased to be here for 13 years at your service! Your support for the team is appreciated. Happy Holiday Season. Please continue to send us your comments and suggestions to Manager@pineridgeassn.com
Gail A. Denny, LCAM, CMCA, AMS
Licensed Community Association Manager