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bserver O THE TRAILS

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COMMITTEE REPORT

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PRESIDENT + Welcome back! Hello, neighbors! We’re back as promised with the second issue of your comm u n i t y newspaper, The Trails O b s e r v e r. On behalf of The Trails Homeowners Association Board, it is my privilege to adRob Bridger, dress you. presdient, Since our The Trails first pubHomeowners lication in Association March I’ve heard we caught some homeowners by surprise; they didn’t realize this is our community’s new newspaper. I’ve also heard folks asking about how we can afford this quality newspaper, written in Associated Press professional style. Is the board spending all our money? Well, to be very transparent, here’s the deal. When your board adopted its 2014 budget, $10,000 was allocated for publication of a professional quality newspaper, such as our community deserves. Many of you will remember our old publication, The Trailblazer, which was destined for the recycle bin. With special thanks to Fred Annon, a partnership deal with the Ormond Beach Observer was negotiated by your board at a cost of

SEE PRESIDENT / PAGE 2

JUNE 2014

PREVENTION

movie nights approved By Emily Blackwood | Staff Writer

HOA: Much ado about dog poo and sign colors At the meeting June 12, the board asked what residents really want. The lengthy June meeting for The Trails Homeowners Association Board went on well past 11 p.m., with members trying to narrow down what resident really wanted. Florence McNelly, chairwomen of the Landscaping Committee, proposed to install 13 dog waste stations in The Trails. Six of them would include trash cans. Austin Outdoor created a

map of the locations where these stations would be installed, based on the amount of dog waste they normally see. The majority of the stations would be along bike trails, with the others on Main Trail. Treasurer Fred Annon questioned what it would cost to maintain the stations, and board member Troy Railsback brought up the fact that The Trails are already paying for

a separate vendor to pick up trash around the neighborhood and these stations would be like paying them twice. Another concern was that people would toss the plastic baggies on the ground as litter, as well. “I’d rather have the dog residue than someone throw a bag down,” Annon said. “At least the dog residue is fertilizer and the

SEE HOA / PAGE 4

FRIENDLY FACES

The bounce house was a big hit at the pool party. See Page 6 for more photos.

Photo by Wayne Reither

By Emily Blackwood | Staff Writer

Police: ‘If you see something, call us’ Residents concerned about SR 40 transients. Ormond Beach Crime Prevention Officer Lloyd Cornelius talked to Trails Residents May 15 about local safety issues and how they can be helpful citizens. Though Cornelius said the No. 1 compliant among residents was traffic related, there were a few people who brought up issues with local transients near the State Road 40 entrance. “A couple residents saw some transients on their property,” Cornelius said. “They said they saw some people cutting through but no signs of camping. Quite often when there are homeless people around panhandling, there is an increase in car break-ins. I told residents if they see something they need to call us and be proactive.” Kay Shomate, president of Arrowhead 1 and organizer of the safety seminar, said it was necessary to have an Ormond Beach Police officer talk to residents so they know how to better handle themselves in an unsafe situation. “Cars are running through that do not live here,” Shomate said. “People are walking through that do not live here.

SEE POLICE / PAGE 4

WALK THIS WAY By Emily Blackwood | Staff Writer

Trails Jews celebrate Shavuot The Fogels moved to The Trails for a quick route to the synagogue. Shaya Fogel, Chaya Fogel and their nine kids used to walk 45 minutes to their synagogue from their home in Tomoka Oaks. “By Orthodox law, we don’t drive to synagogue,” Shaya Fogel said. “So we are happy to be under a half mile now. There has always been a decent amount of Jewish families here. Ormond Beach has a pretty significant amount of Jewish people. I think there is a greater concentration of observant Jewish people in The Trails be-

cause of the synagogue.” The Fogels attend Chabad Lubavitch of Greater Daytona, located off West Granada Boulevard next to the The Trails entrance. The close proximity to their synagogue makes practicing holidays and Sabbath for the traditional Orthodox Jewish community a bit simpler. June 4 and 5, the Fogels practiced Shavuot, a holiday based around the giving of the Torah. “The holiday literally means ‘weeks,’” Shaya Fogel said. “Passover, which we had sev-

eral weeks ago, we start counting down. Passover is when the Jews were freed from slavery when we left Egypt. The ‘weeks’ is seven weeks we count down to the actual giving of the Torah. That is when we became Jewish people as a nation.” For these types of holidays, they are not allowed to start electricity or use cars. “We have to be within walk-

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$8,000, including postage (under budget), for four quarterly newspaper publications to be direct mailed to homeowners. Do the math. The balance of the production costs come from advertisements. So, if you happen to purchase goods or services from a company advertising in The Trails Observer, please let them know you saw their ad.

Independent audit

I can now report to you, the homeowners, that your board has finalized with our independent auditor the 2013 audit. There were no material findings in the audit. Further, the auditor has acknowledged that by procuring the services of Aegis professional property management services, the longstanding audit issue relating to segregation of office responsibilities for accounts receivable and accounts payable has been resolved. I am especially pleased to report to you that we ended the fiscal year with a surplus of $88,468. These funds will be applied to costs incurred in the 2014 budget year. While not micro-managing Aegis, the property management company we’ve hired, your board is fully exercising its fiduciary responsibility. Aegis is not spending your maintenance assessment dues “willy-nilly.” Thanks to an online accounts payable/strongbox system, every invoice Aegis pays for the association has electronic board review and approval of either our treasurer or myself.

Cobb Cole

Since I reported to you in

March, your board has engaged the services of the prestigious, local law firm, Cobb Cole, as our association’s “general counsel.” Our new legal counsel fully understands that you, the homeowners collectively, are its clients. I must give kudos and thanks to Ken Artin, a homeowner who’s an attorney by trade, who provided gratis review of the agreement executed with Cobb Cole. Assistance from general counsel will be especially important on the matters of election reform, covenant enforcement, and updating of legal documents such as our covenants that will be needed in 2015.

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Deliquent accounts

Regretfully, I must report to all what some homeowners already know: Some of our neighbors and friends are seriously in delinquent status with respect to payment of their quarterly maintenance assessments. Delinquent accounts impact all of us — we’re carrying their weight. To more aggressively address this situation, your board has engaged the services of SMART: Start My Association Recovery Today. This collection agency has a proven track record, and it exclusively specializes in collection of delinquent accounts from condominium and homeowners associations. SMART won’t just be sending letters, but will be calling delinquent homeowners, negotiating repayments, and moving to garnish rent on those units for which the owner is delinquent, etc. The really good news is that the services of SMART don’t cost you or the association anything. Their collection costs are assessed to the homeowner whose

article on Page 3 for more details. Your board has also just executed an agreement with The Trails Racquet Club to provide residents of The Trails 20% discounts for new first year memberships. This discount can be combined with the Club’s established discount of 20% for payment of annual membership. Jan Buenner, owner of The Trails Racquet Club and a Trails homeowner himself, wants to be a good neighbor and business partner with the association. Please contact Jan at the Racquet Club or The Trails office regarding the details of this and other summer discounts.

account is delinquent. After all, it’s “their bad.”

And now, the fun stuff

Thus far, I’ve spoken about the budget, financial and “dollars and cents” of our association. While these topics are of the utmost importance, I recognize that for many folks budget talk is really boring. So, now, let me tell you about some of the “fun” stuff. Grand kudos go to the Amenities Committee for planning and coordinating the first Community Pool Party on May 4. This event was attended by 400-plus Trails residents (See photos on pages 6-7.) It provided a showcase for the new high-end resortstyle pool furnishings. The food vendors, bounce-house and slide, and tropical musical performance were all hits with residents. We hope to replicate such a function in late summer, and the committee is now reviewing the survey data regarding residents’ preferences for amenities

to be offered. The Landscape Committee is hard at work overseeing the work of our vendor, Austin Outdoor. Their work isn’t done. While upgrading and replanting new landscape, their challenge is to also maintain, weed, prune, etc., our existing island and median shrubbery. The committee is in the process of developing a longterm strategic plan for addressing landscape improvements. Based upon input from our Technologies Committee, your board has changed voice and data service providers from AT&T to Bright House Networks Inc. The cost savings from changing providers enabled purchasing a 65-inch flat-screen, HD, smart TV for installation upstairs in the Club House. This amenity will allow for scheduling functions such as Super Bowl, Final Four or Kentucky Derby parties, etc. The Club House and surrounding pool area will now have free Wi-Fi access, so please see the Technologies Committee feature

To you, our neighbors and friends, I reaffirm that The Trails Homeowners Association’s board business will be characterized by openness and transparency; this community newspaper will help us accomplish this commitment. Again, you now have an engaged, dedicated and working board, and I sincerely hope that residents will embrace our mission and enthusiasm. The board’s actions will be governed by statutes and our documents defining the Association’s Covenants and Restrictions. Some actions and decisions may not make every homeowner happy. As a board, we may make some mistakes. But if we stumble, we will stumble forward. We will not fall back into complacency. The board looks forward to suggestions and to hearing directly from you at improvethetrails@gmail.com. Let us know what you can do to help return The Trails to being one of the best places to live in Ormond Beach.

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Technology TECH TALK By Emily Blackwood | Staff Writer

A new vision for clubhouse technology Committee Chairman Chuck Harris hopes to bring The Trails into the 21st century. The Technology Committee has gotten good at juggling numbers. In the last few months, the committee managed to change service provides for The Trails’ clubhouse phones, Internet and television and saved the community $200 a month. And they used the extra change in their pockets to give residents a little treat. “The first thing we did is we bought a 65-inch television and mounting bracket,” Technology Committee Chairman Chuck Harris said. “We put the LED television upstairs in the clubhouse.” Along with the flat screen, the committee also received free Internet installation and maintain free Wi-Fi courtesy of Bright House Networks for the clubhouse. Residents will be provided with a username and password to be able to use the Internet at the pool.

be able to zoom in or invade anyone’s privacy. Also, in order to make The Trails a more connected community, Harris helped launch a profile on NextDoor. com, a social media site specifically for

neighborhoods. “It appears to be a Facebook -type page,” Harris said. “I think NextDoor.com is a little like that but a little more specific on neighborhoods because you have

to be a resident to be a member. Even if we end up not being totally active on it, I wanted to lock the name down before someone took it.” Harris, whose day job is in technology and communications, hopes to get The Trails in touch with today’s technology as soon as possible. “I believe we are way behind the times and just really kind of stuck,” Harris said. “Not that we had bad stuff, we were just stuck in old agreements. We were stuck because we had the same management company for 25 years and they were not forward thinking.”

Elections Committee

The Elections Committee is currently meeting to discuss changing The Trails board’s annual election to vote by ballot instead of a proxy.

AMENITIES COMMITTEE: WHAT CLASSES DO YOU WANT TO SEE OFFERED? During the Pool Opening Party, the Amenities Committee surveyed residents on which classes and activities they would like to see at The Trails. Email Chairwoman Diane Ledford at dianemagicforest@aol. com for more information.

Live feed cameras

Next up on the committee’s list is installing cameras to the clubhouse for security and live web feed purposes. “We envision to have a live cam feed on our website and Facebook page,” Harris said. “Say you wanted to use the swimming pool and you wanted to see if there were any chairs available. You could check on the website.”

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HOA / FROM PAGE 1 rain will wash it away.” The motion was to table the issue for further discussion to see if the dog waste stations would be worth the $2,500 McNelly proposed to purchase them for.

Beautification project

She also addressed the issues residents had been having with Austin Outdoor’s beautification project. Some complaints had been made regarding the pace and system that Austin Outdoors had been using for the project.

Sign colors

McNelly also brought up a new palette for the entrance signs that would paint the letters dark green with a cream outline and add the oak tree logo to the sign off Granada Boulevard. Some board members weren’t huge fans of the color scheme and suggested black or even metallic green.

“You want to go with your brand or your logo,” Property Manager Brandie Hayes said, “and The Trails is forest green.” After some discussion on the least expensive way to redo the signs, the issue was tabled to be discussed with an amount of $1,500.

Three movie nights approved

Diane Ledford, of the Amenities Committee, proposed a motion for three movie nights during June, July and August. The motion passed, and the dates of the movie nights are June 27, July 25 and Aug. 15. Times and features will be posted at the clubhouse and pool. Email dianemagicforest@aol.com. Other motions that passed: — Repair the clubhouse deck and balcony and build a gate around the dumpster for no more than $4,000 — Buy a new water cooler for $800 — Pay Austin Outdoor $2,150 for tree removal and trimming

Photo by Wayne Reither

Ormond Beach Crime Prevention Officer Lloyd Cornelius talked to Trails residents about their safety concerns.

POLICE / FROM PAGE 1 Some appeared to be transients that shook up a few people.” Cornelius said he encouraged people not to take matters into their own hands but also not to ignore anything suspi-

cious. “A lot of people will see something and ignore it.” Cornelius said, “and you never know what kind of tidbit of information we’re looking for. You have to be protective in preventing crime, but you can’t make yourself a victim.” emily@ormondbeachobserver.com

Chaya and Shaya Fogel live in the trails and have nine children together.

JEWS / FROM PAGE 1 ing distance,” Shaya Fogel said. “For most people that’s a rule, but not everybody is fully observant. Conservative and reformed Judaism, they try to stay very progressive and not necessarily follow the book. Within our synagogue, they get the orthodox way but everyone has free choice.” Shaya Fogel was inspired to follow orthodox Judaism from watching his grandfather. He said it’s the best way to pass on the Jewish faith to his children who have been diligent in following their religion. “We feel it is the truest way and it stays true,” Shaya Fogel said. “My sons read the Torah very often in the synagogue. They are better at it than I am.” Though the orthodox practice calls for a lot of old fashioned methods, Shaya Fogel said it doesn’t mean their community is out of touch. “We have technology, excitement and fun,” Shaya Fogel said. “We are supposed to practice by enjoying it. Just because it’s the way it’s always been done, doesn’t mean it has to be old fashioned. The most

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MEET BRANDIE HAYES, PROPERTY MANAGER I am pleased to be a new member of the management team at Aegis CMS and proud to be providing service to the homeowners and residents of The Trails. As the Community Association Manager, it is my responsibility, among many things, to manage the board directives and address homeowner concerns as it pertains to the “wealth and health” of the community. Brandie I work directly Hayes with the contractors and vendors to make sure our objectives are being met. I work with the many community committees to help organize and present their ideas to both the board of directors and the homeowners who find interest in function of these committees. I am also the person who is inspecting the property for covenant violations and will work very hard with a homeowner who needs clarification or perhaps an additional amount time to come into compliance with a cited violation. My objective is to help and encourage the community! I’ve been professionally linked to property management since 1989 and have worked in many

different capacities within the industry. Currently I hold a Florida Real Estate Brokers License as well as my CAM license. I am happily married to my childhood sweetheart, who is also a Licensed Community Association Manager. Please contact me via email if you have a landscape or maintenance concern to Bhayes@ aegiscms.com or feel free to drop by or call the office 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, at 386-673-0855.

BLACK BEAR SIGHTING

A baby black bear has been wondering in the vicinity of Choctaw Trail, Shawnee Trail, Iroquois Trail, Rio Pinar Trail and Navajo Trail. Authorities have been contacted, but there isn’t anything they can do because the bear isn’t posing a threat. We would like to encourage the homeowners not to put their trash out until the morning of pick up.

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On May 5, the home at 27 Rio Pinar Trail was sold for $250,000. The single-family home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and was built in 1977.

$169,000

On May 28, the home at 27 Cherokee Trail was sold for $169,000. The single-family, attached home has three bedrooms. three bathrooms and was built in 1982.

$279,900

On April 25, the home at 2 Fernwood Trail was sold for $279,900. The single-family home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and was built in 1981.

$139,000

On May 22, the home at 233 Pine Cone Trail was sold for $139,000. The single-family, attached home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and was built in 1978.

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On May 22, the home at 23 Wildwood Trail was sold for $134,900. The single-family, attached home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and was built in 1983.

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The Trails’ community pool was filled with residents getting out of the hot summer sun.

Inaugural pool party makes a splash Over 400 people came out to see the new and improved Trails Pool. proved a purchase for new teal pool furniture. “It was really a Hawaiian tropical theme,” Amenities Committee Chairwoman Diane Ledford said. “We have never seen that many residents at the pool. It was just packed. There weren’t any chairs left.” The committee gave out free Trails shirts and Steel Daddy

Skip Lilly provided entertainment. Flower Market provided tropical flower arrangements for the party, and Buffington’s Bar and Grill catered Hawaiian tropical food. “Residents said they hoped we do more events like this,” Ledford said. “It was amazing. They were so thrilled with it. We got such great reviews.”

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THE TRAILS OBSERVER JUNE 2014

Customize Your Life

Time for a Change? With thousands of quality, custom homes built in some of Florida’s finest communities over the last 35 years, it’s no wonder ICI Homes is recognized as Florida’s Custom Home Builder. ICI Homes offers an extensive selection of award-winning custom plans ranging from 2,000 - 4,350 sqft and is nationally ranked as a Top 100 Homebuilder by Builder Magazine.

Chelsea Place

Plantation Bay

Breakaway Trails

Homes/Lot Packages from the mid $300s

Homes/Lot Packages from the mid $200s

Homes/Lot Packages from the upper $300s

Visit an ICI Homes community today and have fun window shopping our four new model homes.

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