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The Community Newsletter for Pebble Creek Residents

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L e t t e r f r o m President of Pebble Creek HOA By Dan Logan

the ts are being patrolled more frequently by You may have noticed that our stree ent. Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Departm complain ths we have had numerous homeowners mon ral seve last the over use That’s beca re stop igno d, spee neighborhood. Too often people about the way people drive through our signs and pass improperly. ets. They department has issued more than 40 tick Over the last several weeks, the sheriff’s age fine aver The ns. up with the volume of violatio would issue more, but they just can’t keep has been about $150 per ticket. roperly. all the stop signs. Please … don’t pass imp . Please … slow down. Please … obey safe d rhoo hbo ble Creek. Let’s keep our neig We have way too many children in Peb

Ask the Board Question: Are all the that the pool gets used more frequently. As summer approaches, I have noticed our pool? g usin ’t aren do we know that other people people using the pool homeowners? How Answer: get a key e a magnetic key to enter. You can only Anyone who enters the pool must hav We also ner. eow hom Tina verifies that you are a r the from Tina (at the community center), and ente you n whe we ask that you sign in as well k check your ID as you enter the pool, and thin you If key. a r annual dues cannot receive staff pool lobby. Anyone who has not paid thei pool a fy noti se a Pebble Creek resident, plea someone is using the pool and they are not member.

PEBBLE CREEK RESIDENTS on payment plan for 2013 HOA dues, FULL AMOUNT must be paid by June 30th.

C A L E N D A R July Clubview HOA Meeting 7pm @ Community Center PCHOA HOA Meeting September 9th 6:30pm @ Community Center 4

PCVillage HOA Meeting July 15th 7pm @ Community Center

Pebble Creek Summer Bash July 13th 11am to 2pm

Lakeview Villas HOA Meeting July 23rd 7pm @ Community Center

Pebble Creek Water Aerobics Every Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm $5 per person per class

September 9th 6:30 3pm @ Community Center Pebble Creek Homeowners Association Managed by University Properties, Inc (UPI) For appointments and correspondence contact: Anglea Hester 7001 Temple Terrace Highway Temple Terrace, FL 33637 Office phone: 813.980.1000 Fax: 813.980.2233 Email: PCHOA website Approved meeting minutes posted Pebble Creek Community Center & Pool

18715 Bent Tree Lane Phone: 813973.8064 Fax: 813.973.1966 Summer Pool Hours will begin April 6th 10am to 8pm Tuesday - Sunday Pool is closed every Monday for maintenance If you need to report a violation to the Pebble Creek Homeowners Association, call University Properties (your management company) at 813-980-1000. They are available Monday thru Thursday.

Emergency Fire/Sheriff/Ambulance 911 Sheriff Non-Emergency 247.8200 Hillsborough County Sheriff Website Animal Control 744.5660 Code Enforcement 274.6600 Pluris Utilities 888.758.7471 PEBBLE CREEK NEWS / JULY 2013

[ News ] Welcoming Committee News

Dottie Paredes, Chairperson

The Welcoming Committee tries to visit every new resident in our community. If you are a new resident and you have not received our welcome packet, you may call the Community Center at 973-8064 to request that a greeter visit you. Please support these businesses that have contributed to the Welcome Basket and tell them that you read about them in the Pebble Creek News.

AAP Fitness 10335 Cross Creek Blvd. Suite A 813-907-6227

Dr. Michael Green General Dentistry 2244 Green Hedges Way Suite 102, Wesley Chapel 813-973-1440

Mary Kay Christine Sykes 813-991-5123

Bob Heires, Century 21 Shaw Realty Group 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-767-4049

Oakley’s Grille 17631 Bruce B. Downs 813-523-5075

Avon Lee Ann Plungis 813-732-2778

la Pink Boutique 18035 Highlands Preserve 813-972-2862

Baker’s Gallery 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-973-9966

Las Palmas Café Pebble Creek Collection 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-907-1333

AAA Travel & Insurance Agency 20315 Bruce B. Downs 813-929-3430

Benefit Wellness Concepts, LLC Terri Khalil 19046 Bruce B. Downs #157 813-765-7703 BJ’s Wholesale Club 6290 Commerce Palms 813-313-1404 Bruster’s Ice Cream 20303 Bruce B. Downs 813-907-7458 Chase Bank 19001 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. 813.973.7675 Full Circle Pizza 19651 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. 813-994-3700 Great Florida Insurance 10353 Cross Creek Blvd. Ste. C 813-994-1143 Sallie Turko –agent/owner

Let’s Talk Coffee Organo Gold – Organic Celia Wadley 813-831-1064 Jennifer Lindner Century 21 Shaw Realty Group 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-758-7463 Longaberger Baskets Leora Wilson 813-907-5990 leorawilson Marco’s Pizza 20305 Bruce. B. Downs 813-907-6400 Mary Kay Dounia Benkabbou 813-340-3337

Shamrock Painting Michael Reynolds 813-505-7839 Shapes for Women 28240 Golden Maple Loop 813-973-7354

Party Scene Pebble Creek Collection 813-994-6868

Sign Art Group Chrys Hanes – owner 813-237-0202

Pebble Creek Golf Club and Mulligans Irish Pub 10550 Regents Park Dr. 813-973-3870

Regions Bank 1333 Bruce B. Downs Wesley Chapel 813-991-6487

Pilot Bank 17635 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. 813.349.4553

Kristina Licata Business Development Sam’s Club 27727 State Rd. 56 813-929-7057

Premier Jewelry Annette Aldamuy 813-426-4077 Promotional Solutions Trena Reynolds 813-948-2997 Dianne Prosser Independent Broker United Healthcare 163222 Heathrow Dr. 813-632-9399 Quest Enterprises, Inc. Remodeling and Repairs Rex Albritton 813-454-2275

Thirty-One Gifts Jessica White 813-412-3887 jwhitetampa Tupperware Terri Khalil 813-765-7703 Wells Fargo Bank 8902 Regents Park Dr. 813-272-1389 White Dove Jewelry Patricia Cihinci 813-431-5708

Quest Marital Arts John Giancarlo Chief Instructor 150490 Bruce B. Downs 813-971-5545

2013 Pebble Creek HOA Board of Directors: Dan Logan - President (overseeing Deed Restrictions) John Moors - 1st Vice President (overseeing Architectural Committee, Safety & Security) Joe Dudly - 2nd Vice President PEBBLE CREEK NEWS / JULY 2013

Bob Gilmore - Treasurer (Community Center) Leora Wilson - Secretary (Welcoming Committee, Website & Newsletter) 5


The Great White Russian Stoli is 4 months old, very playful & loves to play with other dogs. Stoli is a very strong, obedient dog & loves to give lots of kisses. You can see Stoli anytime in Country Crossing, going on a walk with his family.

Pluris Customers; As you are aware, Pluris has filed for a rate increase with Hillsborough County, the agency responsible for regulating the water and sewer rates charged in Hillsborough County. This brief summary is provided to help customers understand the process relating to the rate case request. Pluris is seeking a rate increase to recover capital costs and expenses related to the operation and maintenance of both the water and wastewater systems. County ordinances require Pluris to provide an extensive amount of documentation justifying the requested rate increase. Considerable time is required by both Pluris and the County with approximately 8 months from the application date to the conclusion. As part of the process, the County reviews in detail the information for accuracy and reasonableness. After the County’s review of the data, the County provides an opportunity for customers to voice their comments regarding the proposed rate increases at a public hearing. Customers will be notified in advance of the date of the hearing. Pluris does not set the final rates. Based on the results of the County’s reviews and the information from the public hearing, the Board of County Commissioners will enact a Resolution establishing the final rates. If you wish to discuss further, please feel free contact me by email at or by phone at 813.359.8326.

Pluris Hearing Rate Increase Extended Pluris hearing rate increase was extended, due to the county's consultants requesting additional time. Per county requirements, an announcement will be sent out by Pluris to every Pebble Creek homeowner.

Treasurer Report

For the month of April we were unfavorable to budget by ($15K) and through four months of FY13 we are unfavorable to budget by ($11K). Reserve News – In April, we increased our reserves by $2K and we spent ($9K) on our entrance lighting project and new flooring at the

community center. The net effect is our reserves decreased by ($7K). 2013 HOA Dues – All homeowners who have not paid their 2013 dues have been sent to our HOA attorney for collection. If you have any questions then please contact Angela Hester (813) 980-1000.

ARCHITECTURAL NEWS Homeowners PLEASE remember to submit request form when making any changes/upgrades to your home. ARC forms can be downloaded off PC website or you can pick one up from the Community Center. Turn around time is very quick, 2-3 days.

Trash days in Pebble Creek are Wednesday & Saturday, PLEASE remember to bring your trash cans in that same day Visit the Pebble Creek Homeowners Association Website for...

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Calling All Volunteers! Are you interested in volunteering in our community? Maybe you’ve thought about it but weren’t sure where you could help out or what was involved. Our Community needs you! Call the community center for more details at 813.973.8064 6


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July House of the Month 18511 Country Crest Place Pebble Creek Vendor Appreciation Lunch was held on April 23rd @ the Community Center. We had several vendors come to enjoy a yummy BBQ luncheon catered by Jimbo's of South Tampa. Our very own PC Board, staff & Welcoming Committee gave their time to serve vendors and show how grateful we are, for all the hard work they put into making Pebble Creek such a great community.

Around the Yard

Central Florida Gardening What to Plant Bedding Plants: Summer annuals to plant now include celosia, coleus, torenia and ornamental pepper. Bulbs: Butterfly lily and gladiolus are bulbs that can be planted during the middle of summer. Herbs: While summer is too hot to start herbs from seeds, many will do well if started from small plants. Palms: Continue planting palms while the rainy season is in full swing. Support largepalms with braces for 6-8 months after planting. Nails should not be driven directly into a palm trunk.

Hillsborough County Rolling Out A New Way Of Collecting Trash In January, Hillsborough County Commissioners awarded new contracts for the collection of garbage and recyclables in the County’s service areas. The award capped a successful competitive bidding effort that will lower annual residential collection rates, introduce automation at curbside, and for the first time bring in revenues to the County from materials to be recycled. Look for much more information to come as we move through the transition. Here are some of the highlights:

New Residential Collection Districts

District 1: western area of northwest Hillsborough County, including Town ‘N Country, Westchase and the Citrus Park area - Republic Services of Florida District 2: portions of northwest and northeast Hillsborough County, including the greater Carrollwood area, Lutz, and the University of South Florida area - Waste Services of Florida District 3: northeastern Hillsborough PEBBLE CREEK NEWS / JULY 2013

County, including Thonotosassa and areas of Brandon north of State Road 60 Republic Services of Florida District 4: central Hillsborough County, including the Palm River and Progress Village areas, Brandon south of State Road 60 – Waste Management Inc. of Florida District 5: south Hillsborough County, including Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Sun City Center, Wimauma and Balm – Waste Services of Florida

Automated Collection

The contracts were awarded for “2-1-1 Automated Service,” meaning that County residential garbage customers will continue to receive twice-weekly garbage collection, once-weekly recyclables collection, and once-weekly yard waste collection. But with automated collection, residents will bring their garbage and recyclables to the curb in wheeled carts provided by the County for emptying by specially-equipped trucks. Two carts will be provided - one for household garbage, and one for recyclables.

Yard waste will continue to be collected manually in customer-provided containers.

Single-Stream Recycling

No more sorting of recyclables - all recyclables will go into the recycling cart. The cart will replace the green and blue bins which customers currently use. Also, more kinds of plastics will be accepted.

Commercial Collection

Commercial customers will be able to negotiate directly with any of the three haulers - the same way that collection is currently handled.


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4 Ways to Speed up Your Serve We are in the midst of Grand Slam tennis season with the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open all being played in the summer months May through August. When you watch the professional tennis players smack those balls at supersonic speeds, you can't help but get excited about hitting with more speed too. Here are 4 things you can do now to increase the speed of your serve. Tossing out Front. Tossing the ball out in front of your body helps you to move into the court when hitting the serve. Swim begins April 29th By moving into the court when you serve you're bringing your body weight intoTeam the serve. If you're moving forward when hitting the serve this will increase the speed of your serve. Good Rotation. Good rotation of the shoulders and the waist will give you The added water power. is too cold to begin practice onPRACTICES: the first, so This allows your whole body to contribute to the power instead of the force of swinging just your the first practice is postponed until •Monday April 4:00pm to 29th 5:00pm arm. The uncoiling is key. Be sure to use your legs, Monday through Thursday, shoulders and waist. open to swimmers Practices: Hit Less Spin. Hitting ❖the ball flat creates more 4:00pm to 5:00 Monday through Thursday; open to swimmers ages 5 to 15. ages 5 to 15. pace because you're hitting it more solid. Hitting COSTS: Costs: with spin puts more friction on the ball and doesn't ❖ $50 per month for residents, $75 for non-residents • $50 per month for allow you to swing straight❖through with allfeeyour A one-time registration of $20 per swimmer. This includes a TBAY swim cap and T-shirt residents, $75 for power. Three registration opportunities at the Pool: non-residents. Racquet Adjustments: ❖ Friday March 29th from 3:30 to 4:30 or ❖ Saturday from 10:00 • A one-time registration 1. Get a longer racquet. The longerMarch the30th racquet theto Noon ❖ Saturday April 27th from 11:30 to 1pm fee of $20 per swimmer. more power you will get out ! of your shots. order tension to participate, children will must be able to swim 25 yards without stopping andabeTBAY able to swim This includes 2. String your racquet withInless which float on their back. cap and T-shirt. give you more power. Private swim lessons offered as well. In order to participate, For more information, or if you can not must be able to Article contributed by Lori Miles, director of make onechildren of the registration sessions, please contact Coach Julia Lamb; swim 25 yards without the Pebble Creek tennis program for kids. 813-240-9428 or The Pebble Creek tennis program is open to all residents. All lessons are instructed by a stopping and be able to USPTA certified professional. Contact Lori at 813-973-4168 or float on their back. ! for more information. Private lessons offered as well. The Summer Tennis Lesson Schedule is: Monday..................................................................5:45 - 8:30pm For more information Tuesday..................................................................5:30 - 8:30pm please contact Wednesday.......................................................................7 - 8pm Coach Julia Lamb; Thursday.....................................................................6 - 8:30pm 813-240-9428 or Saturday......................................................................... 9 - 10am





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Board Meetings 7/15, 9/15, and 11/18 at 7:00pm Any community member may attend any monthly meeting. If you would like to speak at a meeting please contact the Board at least 7 days in advance.

WHERE DO YOU LIVE? The following streets are in the Pebble Creek Village Homeowners Association: • Aintree Court Cypresswood Circle • Hogans Bend • Masters Court Pebble Creek Drive • Putters Place • Regents Park Drive Saint James • Court Sturbridge Court • Tournament Trail • Woodcutter Court If you need to report a violation in Pebble Creek Village, call one of the board members listed in the Pebble Creek Village section of the newsletter. All other streets belong to the Pebble Creek Homeowners Association.

Letter from the PCVHOA President Dear Neighbors, The Board received a letter from a concerned homeowner, plus some verbal complaints, regarding the traffic situation on Pebble Creek Dr. Speeding, not stopping for school buses, not stopping for stop signs at the intersection of Regents Park Dr. and Pebble Creek Dr., and other moving violations concerns us for the following reasons. 1. Safety hazard for all the members of our community. 2. Safety of our children getting on and off the school bus and crossing the street. 3. Greater risk of accidents Some residents of the Pebble Creek community have total disregard for other drivers, pedestrians and our driver safety laws. I’ve called the Sherriff’s department regarding our traffic situation and they’ve agreed to have patrol cars monitoring and ticketing offenders. We hope that you will heed all speed limits, traffic signs and other laws so we won’t have to continually request assistance from the Sherriff’s department. Thank you for your cooperation. Stan Chmura President, PCVHOA

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Board of Directors Stan Chmura President 18316 Sturbridge Ct. 813.973.0541

Jane Spencer Secretary/Newsletter 9232 Pebble Creek Dr. 813.907.1042

Tom Micheletti Vice President 9201 Pebble Creek Dr. 813.345.8659

Jeff Thomson / Betty Ann Houghton Architectural / Deed Restrictions 9232 Pebble Creek Dr. 813.527.6318




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Central Florida Gardening Calendar Palms: Continue planting palms while the rainy season is in full swing. Support large palms with braces for 6-8 months after planting. Nails should not be driven directly into a palm trunk.

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Bedding Plants: Summer annuals to plant now include celosia, coleus, torenia and ornamental pepper. Bulbs: Butterfly lily and gladiolus are bulbs that can be planted during the middle of summer. Herbs: While summer is too hot to start herbs from seeds, many will do well if started from small plants.

Trees: Prepare for hurricane season by checking trees for damaged or weak branches and prune if needed. Hire an ISA certified arborist. Lawns: Determine the cause of any lawn problems before taking action. If an insect is the culprit, treat only the affected area. Rule out disease or sprinkler malfunction. Solarize the vegetable garden: Use summer heat as a tool in preparing the vegetable garden for fall planting. It takes 4-6 weeks to kill weeds, disease and nematodes, so start now. Azaleas: Prune no later than mid-July to protect developing buds for next spring’s bloom. Irrigation: An inexpensive rain shut off device can save money by overriding an irrigation system when it rains. If one is already installed, check that it is operating properly. Pests on Ornamental Plants: Small white dots on the leaves of azaleas and other ornamental plants may indicate lacebugs at work. Spray forcefully with water to helpcontrol this pest. Citrus: Check citrus trees for damage to fruit or leaves and take action to minimize the effect of insects and/or disease on developing fruit or the overall health of the tree.

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New Tampa / Wesley Chapel The professional mission of the Firm, its lawyers and its staff is to use our legal knowledge and experience to zealously represent our clients, with integrity, in the pursuit of equity and justice. The Law Offices of

Matthew J. Jowanna, P.A.

(813) 929-7300 2521 Windguard Circle Suites 101 & 102 Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544-7346 15

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