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CDD Board Members Cyril Spiro............................................................... cspirocdd@gmail.com Robert Woodards............................................ bobwoodards@verizon.net Joyce Hepscher.........................................joycecorylakecdd@gmail.com Jorge Castillo...................................................... gcas0499@hotmail.com Sudhir (Sid) Shah........................................sidofcorylakecdd@gmail.com CDD Management Company Wrathell, Hunt and Associates, LLC. Chuck Adams, District Manager 239.464.7114........................................... adamsc@whhassociates.com CDD Facilities Manager John Hall O: 813.986.1031 C: 813.924.4673..............clcddfm@corylakescdd.net CDD Office Administrator Wendy Darby O: 813.986.1031 F: 813.986.1056....... clibeachclub@corylakescdd.net Lifestyle Director Lisa Kagan O: 877.221.6919 F: 813.986.1056.............. lkagan@evergreen-lm.com CDD Committee Chairs Landscape/Aquascape/Facilities Committee Richard Carpenter .......................................... rich.carpenter@verizon.net Security Committee AJ Forbes ................................................... ajcorylakesecure@gmail.com Finance Committee Anthony Hawkeye....................................hawkeye.corylake@gmail.com POA Management Company Rory Harding First Service Residential 2870 Scherer Dr. N. #100 | St. Petersburg, FL 33716 (P) 813.986.3200 | (C) 813.390.7582 POA Board Members Greg Nielsen .......................................................................... President Andreas Dettlaff .............................................................. Vice President Don Reich ...............................................................................Treasurer Bob Abajian ............................................................................ Secretary Sam Badawi.............................................................................. Secretary POA Committee Chairs Design Review Committee, Angela Mason Reimer Community Enforcement Committee, John Browne Compliance Committee, Dennis DiGiacomo Revision Committee, Luise Burman

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CDD Office Hours Monday...................................9am – 5pm Tuesday...................................9am – 9pm Wednesday............................. 9am – 5pm Thursday ................................9am – 9pm Friday......................................9am – 5pm Saturday.................................. 9am - 5pm Sunday.........................................CLOSED Beach Club Hours Monday – Saturday.................... 9am-9pm Sunday.................................... 12pm-6pm Pool Hours Daily.......................................... 7am-7pm Lap Swim Times .................... 7am-12pm Fitness Center Hours Open 24 hours to residents 18 and older. Cory Lake Isles Website

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,. Police Emergency............................... 911 Fire/Medical Emergency..................... 911 Police Non Emergency......(813) 231-6130 An independent contractor staffs the gates at Cory Lake Isles. They provide access control at the gates 24/7. They are a valuable resource and can advise on security issues; however, they have no law enforcement authority. Any law enforcement or criminal activity should be directed toward the Tampa Police Department that has jurisdiction for Cory Lake Isles.

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A Regular Meeting of the Cory Lakes Community Development District’s Board of Supervisors was held on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., at the Cory Lake Beach Club, 10441 Cory Lake Drive, Tampa, Florida 33647. On MOTION by Mr. Castillo and seconded by Mr. Shah, with all in favor, Resolution 2016-5, Electing Officers of the District, as nominated, was adopted. On MOTION by Dr. Spiro and seconded by Mr. Castillo, with all in favor, Resolution 2016-6, Accepting the Audited Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2015, was adopted. On MOTION by Dr. Spiro and seconded by Mr. Shah, with all in favor, the June 15, 2016 Regular Meeting Minutes, as amended, and the July 11, 2016 Security Committee Meeting, May 27, 2016 and June 24, 2016 LAF Committee Meeting and July 5-July 15, 2016 Sunshine Board Meeting Minutes, as presented, were approved. On MOTION by Dr. Spiro and seconded by Mr. Castillo, with all in favor, the CIO Tech proposal, for installation of Wi-Fi at the Beach Club, in a not-to-exceed amount of $2,200, was approved. On MOTION by Dr. Spiro and seconded by Mr. Castillo, with all in favor, the American Outdoor Concepts proposal, for replacement furniture at the Beach Club, in a notto-exceed amount of $18,562.33, to be funded from the Capital Improvement Program, was approved. On MOTION by Mr. Shah and seconded by Dr. Spiro, with all in favor, the Elfers & Elfers, Inc. proposal, for the installation of a retaining wall at the Beach Club, in a notto-exceed amount of $8,500, to be funded from the Capital Improvement Program, was approved. On MOTION by Mr. Castillo and seconded by Mr. Shah, with all in favor, the offer to pay City of Tampa rezoning costs on behalf of M/I Homes for the monument lot at 10741 Cory Lake Drive, was approved. On MOTION by Dr. Spiro and seconded by Mr. Castillo, with all in favor, Resolution 2016-7, Amending Resolution 2016-2, Rescheduling and Resetting the Date, Time and Place of the Public Hearing for Consideration of the Budget and Non-Ad Valorem Assessments for Fiscal Year 2017, for September 15, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., at this location, was adopted. On MOTION by Dr. Spiro and seconded by Mr. Castillo, with all in favor, approval of the application for a text amendment in the City of Tampa Land Development Code to allow for the District to install electronic message signs at the Cross Creek and Morris Bridge Entrances, was ratified. On MOTION by Mr. Castillo and seconded by Mr. Shah, with all in favor, the Image Works proposal, for pressure washing, painting and repairs to the pool deck and community monuments, in a not-to-exceed amount of $13,600, including all upgrades, was approved.

CORY LAKES CDD July 21, 2016

Board of Supervisors Staff Directives

Facilities Manager • Speak to LMP about replacing Bougainvilleas. • Obtain final pricing for café to bring to code. • Review Strategic Plan to see if gym expansion was included. • Follow up with Welch Tennis on finishing touches to tennis courts. • Post Code of Ethics for gym, language about losing gym privileges for failure to follow rules (list consequences) and supervision of children. • Work with Office Manager to incorporate old gym rules into revised rules. • Negotiate with CIO Tech for the installation of Wi-Fi at the Beach Club for a flat fee of $2,200 or justify why the installation will take 10 hours.

Office Manager • Include letter in The Islander regarding the Capri Isle path and staff introduction articles, including new part-time staff member. • Continue contacting food trucks, including the Crepe food truck that Chair suggested. • Work with Facilities Manager to incorporate old gym rules into revised rules.

District Engineer • Look into repainting and replacing street signs; 25 mph and stop signs. • Look into mulching and including lights on Capri Isle path.

District Manager • At Chair’s request, provide “Chairman’s Opening Comments” in verbatim format (this meeting only) • Include “Discussion – Appraisal for Vacant Land” at the August meeting. • Look for a volunteer to assist the Facilities Manager when the Facilities Manager has surgery. • Include “Alert Protective Services” proposal in the August agenda package and secure references.

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Save the Cory Lake Isles Monument! Would you believe that the developer of our community never put an easement on the Cory Lake Isles Monument on Cory Lake Drive at the Cross Creek Entrance? We could hardly believe it ourselves when we learned that it is on private property owned by M/I Homes. Now M/I Homes has told us that when they sell the property they are prepared to tear down the monument and the beautiful Reclinata Palm trees in order to build a home on that property.

The CDD has gotten an appraisal of the property and offered M/I Homes as much as $90,000 to purchase the land so that we have the option of selling the property to a future homeowner who will build their home behind the monument instead of destroying it. But, M/I Homes is asking for more money than that. Will you help us save the monument? Email or call M/I Homes and let them know that if they do not tear down the

monument and trees that you will hold a favorable opinion of their company and let others know that they do the right thing when they develop homes in a community. If they get enough emails and calls they might change their minds! M/I Homes Email: cfirebaugh@ mihomes.com Phone: 813-3935704 Thank you for your help! The CLI CDD Board of Supervisors

FROM THE DESK OF CORY LAKE ISLES PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION MANAGER I hope everyone is off to a great start for the school year! Residents have been working hard at improving their landscapes and we are excited about the photos of landscapes in the Islander that are being published by residents! Thank you to those who have made sure your water vessels have been registered with the POA as well! I know everyone is looking forward to our fall weather around the corner and a break in the rain. Keep in mind that rain tends to bring on a lot of necessary pressure washing on our homes and mailboxes. The grass in the pavers is also one of those constant battles with all the rain. Thank you all for your hard work in maintaining your homes as your efforts help keep Cory Lake Isles as the premier place to live in Tampa! RORY HARDING, LCAM Cory Lake Isles Property Owners Association Manager 10441 Cory Lakes Drive | Tampa, FL 33647 813.986.3200 Email: rory.harding@fsresidential.com www.fsresidential.com

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BY AJ FORBES, CHAIR SECURITY COMMITTEE ajcorylakesecure@gmail.com

The Security Committee will meet on October 3rd

Meets monthly, 1st Monday @ 7:00 pm

All Cory Lake Isles Residents are Welcome to Attend! Call 911 for suspicious or criminal activities. Call Tampa Police at 813-231-6130 for non-emergencies.

• Tampa Police: Not sure when to call Tampa Police! Read a full article on our CDD website – http://www. corylakescdd.net/documents.php. • Auto Burglary Safety: Tampa Police reports that the number of auto burglaries in New Tampa is at a critical high level. Lock your doors; Place visible items such as purses, packages and letters in your vehicle’s trunk; Turn on your auto alarm. • Morris Bridge Virtual Gate Security: Please call the Cross Creek Gate at 813-986-8400 to report problems. • Going On Vacation? Add your Tampa Police Vacation Watch program to your travel checklist! This free service allows City of Tampa residents to give officers a heads up that their homes will be unoccupied for an extended period of time. Submit a Vacation Watch Form to! http:// www.tampagov.net/ police/program/ neighborhoodwatch#sthash. uWdcoPec.dpuf • Home Safety: Not using your Garage, please close the Garage Door. • Pedestrian Safety: Please do not park vehicles in your driveway so it blocks the path for pedestrians to use the sidewalk. • Sidewalk Safety: A person propelling a bicycle upon and along a sidewalk, or across a roadway upon and along a crosswalk, shall yield the rightof-way to any pedestrian and shall give an audible signal before overtaking and passing such pedestrian. • Speed Limit: Slow down

What is it? Neighborhood Watch is a group of volunteer citizens coming together in a community, communicating with each other and the police to reduce crime in the area in which they live. We are the citizens behind the “eyes and ears” of the police. How does it work? Neighbors watching out for neighbors. Police officers on patrol don’t always know who lives or belongs in a particular neighborhood. Neighbors who live in the area can help the police by calling when they observe suspicious or criminal activity. They can also assist their fellow neighbors by calling and alerting them too. The key to a successful program is COMMUNICATION and COOPERATION between citizens and police! How do I become involved? If you are interested in learning more, and possibly volunteering, please email Sheryl Springer at groovekitty99@hotmail.com

Tampa Police Roll Call

The CLI NeighborHood Watch team, along with the Security Committee, would like to thank all of the residents who showed up for the Tampa Police Department Roll Call on July 11th, at the Beach Club. The TPD were presented with some gifts from a few children in the community, and over the course of 90 minutes, we participated in an informal Q&A session. It was an excellent turnout, and we hope to host another Roll Call, to give more residents the opportunity to come out and personally thank the TPD for their service to our community.

and plan ahead. 25 MPH Speed Limit throughout our community. • School Safety: School is back in session. Page 6 • SEPTEMBER 2016

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’ Points of Pr s t n e d id si e R

Residents are encouraged to take a photo showing a favorite “point of pride” in your yard or even a community common area. Send it to glwalker@Verizon.net before the 5th of each month as an email attachment in .jpg format. Up to 8 of the most current photos will be displayed in The Islander each month. No names or addresses will be published. No “people” pictures please. Any questions call Gary Walker at 813-986-0066. Let’s have fun with this and share some “Points of Pride” in our community.

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News WHY CITY COUNCIL MATTERS TO CORY LAKE ISLES By Cyril Spiro, MD, MBA Many of you know that I am a candidate for Tampa City Council. Most of you probably do not know how City Council can impact our community and therefore each of us. So, let me tell you a story that is unfolding as I write this article. In the past, several residents complained to the CLI CDD about our “ugly” PVC pipe event signs. They said that those sign posts indicated that the CDD was not investing in our community. The CDD took this feedback to heart and appropriated money from the existing capital budget to install two permanent monuments, matching all other monuments and contain a digital screen within them. This would allow the CDD staff to wirelessly change sign images while perfectly match the community décor. Everything was set to be installed when the process was halted at city permitting. As it turns out, there is a city law that only allows electronic signs to be installed on roads classified as “arterial” or “collector”. For those of us who are not civil engineers, those are roads that are used for the purpose of going somewhere else. They are roads with no destinations, like homes or businesses, on them. At this point you might be asking yourself why that is a problem. After all, the location of our signs at the two entrances of Cory Lake Blvd, behind the guard gates, are on roads that have no destinations on them. And, you would be correct because they are “collector” roads within our community roadway system. However, by definition, CLI roads are private and private roads are not defined as collectors regardless of their structural use. As a result of this definition, our permit was denied. So, the CLI CDD now has to ask the city to change its laws in order to allow us to have attractive electronic signs installed on our private collector roadways. That process will take about 6 months. Which means that by the time it comes before city council, if I win the seat, I will be able to vote to approve the change. I would do so by virtue of the fact that I know the case like the back of my hand and I know that it’s the right thing to do. This is an example of why Tampa City Council matters to Cory Lake Isles and having a city council member with detailed knowledge of community needs is important. Warm Regards, Cyril Spiro Candidate for Tampa City Council Election: November 8, 2016 SEPTEMBER 2016 • Page 7









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What is the Difference Between the CDD and the POA? The key difference between the CDD and the POA is that the CDD manages public property such as the streets, pool and beach club and the POA enforces homeowner property covenants such as property maintenance and approval of property renovations.

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August 29-September 9, 2016 Monday and Wednesday 9am-5pm Tuesday and Thursday 9am-9pm Friday 9am-5pm To participate in the online workshop visit corylakescdd.sunshineboard.org New phone number? New lawn service? New email address? Help keep this information current by UPDATING YOUR RESIDENT INFORMATION SHEET WITH THE BEACH CLUB! Ensuring your information is up-to-date allows for smoother transactions for our security gate team AND less delay for visitors!

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