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Hello Arbor Greene,

Michael Candella, Supervisor (term ending 11/18)

Seat #1 Preserve

We are excited to celebrate Arbor Greene’s 20-Year Anniversary,

Thomson George, Supervisor (term ending 11/18)

Seat #2 Avalon

Matthew Dykeman, Co-Vice Chairman (term ending 11/16)

Seat #3 Carriage Homes

Steve Eckhardt, Chairman (term ending 11/16)

Seat #4 Enclave

Michael S. Candella, Co-Vice Chairman (term ending 11/16)

Seat #5 Preserve

and are doing so in a big way!! Please take a look at page 15 of the newsletter for more information on the activities planned on August 20th (Hint…Fireworks)!! You may have noticed an additional set of gates as you enter the community.

These have been installed just after the Arbor

Greene gatehouse on the entry side as a measure of customer service. The Arbor Greene CDD has installed this second set of gate arms to be brought down when vehicles need to turn around at the gate entrance. This prevents the periodic "drive-thru" that

Arbor Greene Staff - (813) 991-9226

has occurred in the past as vehicles have come to the incorrect community,







allowing the gatehouse personnel to efficiently turn vehicles

Community Manager - Jason von Merveldt

around. As you approach the resident lane (only if you have a barcode) please be mindful of these gates and be patient if they

Maintenance -

are down, as the gatehouse attendant is assisting with turning

Community Events and Activities Coordinator- Liza Pereira

someone around.

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Your visitors may have also noticed that we are asking for their driver's Licenses as they enter through the visitor’s lane gate entrance. Driver’s licenses are checked as a consistent level of

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Day Mon– Fri Saturday Sunday

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As a friendly reminder, we encourage all residents, including renters, to use the online Visitor Management System to add visitors and vendors to your expected visitors list to help improve the flow of traffic into the community. If you have not visited the Community Center to create a login for the new Visitor Management System, you must bring proof of residency (Driver's License, Lease, HUD Statement, etc.) and be present at the Community Center during business hours to receive a login from the Attendant on duty. We look forward to a more consistent and personalized experience as we actively work to enhance the customer service levels of our community.




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Please be aware that there at three Homeowner's Associations within Arbor Greene. Below are the contacts for each along with informative articles.

Arbor Greene Master HOA Paul Boucher President (2017) Edwin Ramon, Vice President (2018) Mike Konicek, Treasurer (2018) Erik Todd, Secretary (2018) Hally Boucher, Director (2018) Betty Jackson, Director (2017) Alex Levy, Director (2017)

Parkview Heathersound Landing Estuary Parkview Heather Sound Parkview

Property Manager: Janet MacNealy Greenacre Properties, Inc. (813) 936-4147

“A Fresh Perspective” Greetings from the Arbor Greene Homeowner’s Association (HOA). As most of you are aware, our annual board elections are designed to bring a fresh perspective to both our board as well as our entire association. Along with our elections this year, we have also gained a fresh perspective in management. We are pleased to introduce Miss Janet MacNealy to our community as our new Community Association Manager, replacing Mr. Mark Eary. We thank Mark for his 5 years with our community and welcome Janet to our team. Janet is a veteran of Greenacre Property Management and brings with her a wealth of knowledge and motivation. She is excited to have joined our team and we’re happy to have her working with our community. As a brief reminder from the HOA board, Deed Restricted communities, like Arbor Greene, have rules and standards, typically referred to as Covenants and Design Standards. Most of us choose to move into a community like ours because these rules and standards help to maintain our home’s economic value and quality of life. This is the reason that notices are sometimes mailed to residents by our HOA contracted management company, Greenacre Property Management. These notices are meant to help educate and encourage residents to maintain the rules and standards that benefit the entire community. All residents, including homeowners, seasonal homeowners, and renters, are strongly encouraged to familiarize yourselves with the Arbor Greene Covenants and Design Standards, as we are all responsible for adhering to them. These documents are currently available for download and review on the Greenacre Properties website: . If you have questions about access to this website, the Covenants and Design Standards, or a notice you’ve received, please contact our new Manager, Janet, at, or consider attending the next HOA meeting. Thank you for working with us to help keep our community one of the most beautiful places to live. Paul Boucher HOA Board President

Carriage Homes HOA at Arbor Greene

HOA Board of Directors Laurie Dykeman, President Michael Wood, Secretary Jennifer Siemering, Treasurer Henry Holst, Member At Large

Property Manager: Alicia Gutierrez-Payne, LCAM Condominium Associates 23548 State Road 54, Lutz, FL 33559 Office: 813-341-0943 ● Fax: 813-949-6041

As we continue with the installation of gutters within the community, as well as wrapping up the exterior painting project, we encourage all homeowners and tenants to be aware of the crews. Watch for their progress towards your unit and remove personal belongings and vehicles that may be in the way. The successful completion of these projects depends upon the cooperation of all residents. As the beautification of our wonderful community continues, property values are rising. In an effort to continue this upward trend, we ask that all residents keep in mind the deed restrictions and covenants set forth in our recorded documents. If you have not already done so, please make sure you contact Alicia Payne to set up your online account for Condominium Associates. You can access your own accounting ledger, read meeting minutes, access lease information and deed restrictions. Alicia is always available to answer your questions or concerns. The Board of Directors has an open seat available. If you are interested in taking a more active role in your community, please reach out to Alicia and express your intent. And as always, all are welcome to attend the monthly meetings, held on the second Thursday of each month. School is out! We hope everyone had a successful school year and enjoys the summer break!



Devonshire HOA at Arbor Greene

Nicholas D'Andrea, Jr, President Kathleen Nidasio, Vice President Robin Chagares, Secretary Stuart Marofsky, Treasurer Judith Dellow, Board Member at Large

Property Manager: Will Alvarez Unique Property Services (813)-879-1139

It’s hard to believe that July is upon us! It is a time for celebrating our independence along with cookouts, gatherings of family and friends and having fun at the beach. It is also a time when friends come over to spend some time with us. This, of course, means extra vehicles needing a place to park, and unfortunately, our driveways just do not accommodate many vehicles. If you are planning to have friends or family come by to stay for a few days, please remember that our covenants govern the parking of vehicles on the driveway and also on the street. Here are the excerpts: a) Garage doors may be kept open for temporary periods of time for other than when vehicles enter or exit the garage except between the evening hours of dusk and dawn. b) Vehicles may be parked on the driveway without the garage being fully occupied with the Owner’s or Tenant’s vehicles during the day between the daytime hours of dawn and dusk. c) Vehicles shall be parked only within Residential Units on paved surfaces or designated areas and shall not block sidewalks or bike paths. d) Parking by Owners within street rights-of-way is prohibited and the Association is authorized to tow vehicles parked in violation thereof. Overnight parking in street rights-of-way by any person is prohibited. e) Owners wanting other vehicle parking exceptions must obtain prior Design Review Board (DRB) approval via the use of the DRB approval application. If you are having guests staying at your home, it is important to notify the Devonshire DRB ahead of time to let them know your plans so they can review your particular situation and offer some recommendations. You can use the “Contact Us” link on our webpage at if you need any further information on how to do this. Happy Independence Day Nicholas (Nick) D'Andrea, Jr. Board President



Summer Junior Tennis Is Starting This summer Train Smart Tennis invites your children to join the fun of learning tennis at Arbor Greene. Our mission is to provide a systematic basic approach so your children have the opportunity to learn the game as quickly as possible. Our approach truly teaches children the fundaments to enjoy the life-time game of tennis and to build self-esteem. There is no substitute for a good beginning! Our training is designed so your children can follow a pathway to improvement and competition. The next step would be the Train Smart Players Program. We provide a system of training for your children no matter what their level of play. Summer tennis starts Tuesday, June 21th and continues until August 5. There is no lessons the July 4th week. Groups will meet Tuesday and Thursday. Times are 5 – 11 years old 9:00 – 10:00am. 12 and over 10:00 – 11:30am.

Sign Up By Calling Coach Alan At 610-7301 Summer Tennis Clinics Play Tennis Arbor Greene! Tuesday 9-10:00am

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Junior Group (intermediate to advanced)

Thursday 9-10:00am 10-11:30am

Junior Future Champs (young beginners) Junior Group (intermediate to advanced)

Contact Coach Alan to Sign Up or For More Information 610-7301.

First Friday Mixed-Doubles Social July 1, 2016 6:30-9:30pm Adults of Arbor Greene are welcome to attend the first Friday Mixed Doubles social. Please bring food and refreshments for this friendly tennis gathering. If interested please contact: Susan Sommerfield at



NPDES Dates, times, and locations are subject to change due to Community Center renovations. Please contact the activity coordinator to confirm.

Book Club - The book club will not be meeting for July and August but will resume September 19, at 7pm. 2016 with Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner. The Arbor Greene Book Club meets in the Gathering Room at 7:00 pm on the third Monday of each month. The point of contact is Diane Wheeler (813) 994-9262. Knit and Crochet - Knit and Crochet club will meet once per quarter in the new Conference Room located at the Community Center. Knit and Crochet will be having its next Gathering July 21 st. The point for contact is Leslie Urso for more information: 813-7274162, PROtential Sports- PROtential Sports offers an after-school program at the Arbor Greene Community Center. For more information please contact them at 813-843-9460 or visit their website at Swimming Lessons- For swim lessons or TBAY swim teams, please contact Julia Lamb at 813-240-9428. For weekend lessons with SwimKids USA, contact Alan Messing at (813) 991-6258. TBAY swim practice at Arbor Greene currently has the following schedule: Mon -Thurs (8:00am-11:45am and 3:30pm-6:45pm, Fridays 8:00am11:00am) Summer Adult Swim Group – T/Th 6:45pm to 7:45pm and Saturday 10:30am to 11:30am. Contact TBAY Coach Julia Lamb at 813-240-9428 for more information Tennis Lessons- If you or your child are interested in tennis lessons, please contact Alan Williams at 813-610-7301. Walk Club- Gather with your neighbors to socialize while you exercise. All levels welcome -casual walkers/nature lovers or fitness enthusiasts! Come and walk at your own pace. The Walk Club will now be held every Wednesday and Friday morning beginning at 7:30am for the summer hours. We will meet at the Community Center entrance at the circle drive. The point of contact for more information is Nola Murphy at 615-927-3421 or email Women’s Wine Down Wednesday- If you are looking to socialize with other women in your community, bring a drink, some snacks, and join Arbor Greene ladies in the Gathering Room every last Wednesday of the month for Wine Down Wednesday, from 6:309pm. Must be 21 or older to attend. The Next Wine Down Wednesday will be July 27. Yoga - Yoga classes are back in swing at Arbor Greene. They are being held in the new Fitness Studio every Monday night from 6:00pm-7:15pm. For more information contact Ruben Vazquez at 727-771-3612. * The Arbor Greene CDD does not endorse any specific vendors or programs listed in this newsletter. ARBOR GREENE GAZETTE

NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) Below are some commonly asked questions concerning stormwater: What are the effects of stormwater runoff? Stormwater runoff is

the transport vehicle for pollutants. Any dirt, oil, grease, fertilizer or other pollutants on the ground can be picked up by stormwater runoff and carried into the stormdrains, lakes and rivers. These pollutants may include nutrients which provide food for unwanted aquatic plants like hydrilla and algae. Excessive algal growth can lead to decreased oxygen in the water that fish need to breathe, resulting in fish kills. Bacteria and other pathogens from pet waste can create serious health hazards in ponds and lakes. What’s the difference between a storm drain and a sewer drain?

The sewer drain and sewer system takes all household wastewater and routes it through a plumbing system into a wastewater treatment plant. Some examples of sewer drains you may see are in the wash area at the back of a restaurant and the drain in the floor of a public restroom. The storm system routes rainwater off the streets into a storm drain which empties into a stormwater pond or directly into a river, ditch or lake. Some examples of storm drains you may see include the open curb inlet along roadways and the square storm grate commonly seen in parking lots. What is a stormwater pond?

There are two main types of stormwater ponds, a detention pond which typically has water in it most of the year. These are the ponds that people often refer to as their neighborhood lakes. These ponds play a critical role in managing our surface water quantity and quality. Stormwater detention ponds are designed and constructed to reduce flooding and play an important role by catching and filtering polluted run-off from roads, parking lots and over-fertilized lawns. While some pollutants biodegrade within the stormwater pond, others are more persistent and accumulate in the sediment. Therefore, one should never swim or eat fish from a stormwater detention pond. A stormwater retention pond is typically dry and usually only has water unit for a few days after a rainstorm. These retention ponds also are designed to reduce flooding and filter stormwater runoff. The stormwater filters through the sand bottom and eventually enters the groundwater. What is an illicit or illegal discharge?

Any substance released into the separate storm water drainage system that is not composed entirely of stormwater or uncontaminated groundwater. Examples of illicit discharges include dumping of motor vehicle fluids, household hazardous waste, paint, pool water, grass clipping, leaf litter or animal waste. 11

Neighborhood Watch

News You Can Use

Summertime Safety and Security Tips

Beach Safety for Dogs

Hello Arbor Greene (AG) Neighbors. Last month’s article offered tips to help secure your home if you’re away for a short or extended period of time. This month’s article will focus on some tips to help keep our community safe and secure during the summer, as most children are now out of school, and families and friends are coming to visit the Tampa area. In the summer, we often have increased numbers of pedestrians and bicyclists using the streets and sidewalks, so it’s a good idea to keep an eye out for people who may not follow the “rules of the road”, or be familiar with our community. The Tampa Police Department (TPD) advises pedestrians and bicyclists to be especially careful at intersections, where many accidents tend to happen. For more pedestrian and bike safety tips, related laws, and use of helmets and bike lights, the TPD suggests visiting:,, etc.

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bags so you can clean up after your dog. 

Make sure your dog has a collar, ID tag and preferably is

microchipped, just in case he gets lost. 

Don’t assume your dog can swim. All dogs have to learn to

swim just like us.

Some breeds are naturally good strong

swimmers, but other breeds (such as corgis and pugs) are not. If your dog is not used to swimming then the sea is not the place to start so make sure he doesn’t get out of his depth. 

Drinking salt water is a bad idea. For some reason dogs do

drink salt water, but it doesn’t do them any good and can make them

Since more of us may be out on bikes during the summer, it’s a good idea to register our bikes in case they get lost or stolen. The TPD has a FREE bike registration program. If your bike is registered with the TPD, and the police recover it, your registration data may help officers to return your property to you. Register your bikes online by going to the City of Tampa Police Department website, find “Programs,” then click on “Bike Registration.” Another great resource for registration is the National Bike Registry, helping owners to locate their bikes even across state lines: https:// If you believe your bicycle was stolen, call TPD’s Non-Emergency Number (813-231-6130) to file a report. AG Neighborhood Watch (NWA) works with the TPD to communicate with AG residents when stolen or lost bikes are found, providing another way to reunite residents with their property. If you want more details about these tips, or to receive security tips/alerts from the TPD, email us at Joining this email group does not obligate you to any NWA activity. AG NWA is an all-volunteer program overseen by the TPD. Thank you for your continued help in making AG one of the nicest and safest communities in New Tampa.

Check the tide times









poisoning. Ensure you have plenty of fresh water to keep you both hydrated. 

Consider a life vest if you are planning to swim, sail or surf

with your dog. You can buy life vests for dogs of all sizes. Waves and currents can quickly exhaust your dog, especially in cold water. Some life vests also have a handle on the back, making it easy for you to lift your dog out of the water. 

Consider a doggie sunscreen – especially for dogs with thin or

pale fur and apply to areas such as the nose and ears. 

Don’t overdo it. Running on sand is more tiring than on grass,

so don’t expect your dog to be able to run and play for as long as he might on his normal walk. And start slowly, giving him time to warm up. 

Make sure your dog has a shady area to rest in and remember

that sand can be scorching on paws on a hot day. Be careful to avoid heat stroke – watch for signs of overheating such as excessive panting, drooling, coordination problems, vomiting and/or diarrhea and collapse. If your dog suffers from arthritis or other joint conditions limit the amount of time he spends swimming in cold water. He may think it is great fun at the time, but he will probably be very stiff

Paul & Hally Boucher - Neighborhood Watch (NWA) Coordinators

and sore the following day. 

*The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Arbor Greene CDD.


At the end of the day check your dog over thoroughly for cuts

and scrapes, rinse him thoroughly to remove salt and sand from his coat and paws and dry him to ensure he does not get chilled. 

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Walk Club 7:30am Mixed Doubles 6:30-9:30pm

Take-Out Tuesday 5:00pm8:00pm

Walk Club 7:30am

Walk Club 7:30am

CDD Board Meeting 6:30pm

DRB 6pm HOA Meeting 7pm

Walk Club 7:30am Devonshire HOA Meeting 6:30pm

Happy 4TH of July! Pool Party and Bike Parade 10am-1pm

Walk Club 7:30am

Carriage Homes HOA Meeting 6pm CDD Workshop Meeting 6:30pm Knit and Crochet 7pm

Walk Club 7:30am Women’s Wine Down Wednesday 6:30-9pm

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Arbor Greene July 2016, Newsletter  
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