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The Community Newsletter for Pebble Creek Residents


VOL.1, ISSUE 10 | OCTOBER 2013

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C A L E N D A R October PCHOA HOA Meeting Monday, Nov. 18th 6:30pm @ Community Center

Pebble Creek Water Aerobics Monday & Friday 9-10am $5 per person per class

Pebble Creek

HOA Board Meeting

November 18th 6:30pm @ 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 Daisy Scouts PCVillage HOA Meeting Sheriff Non-Emergency Every Wednesday Yoga Classes September 16th 247.8200 5-6 pm @ Pebble Creek Every Wednesday 7pm Hillsborough County Community Center 7pm @ Community Center @ Community Center Sheriff Website $5 resident / $8 non-resident Bring your mat Animal Control 744.5660 2013 Pebble Creek HOA Board of Directors: Code Enforcement Joe Dudly - 2nd Vice President Dan Logan - President (overseeing Deed Restrictions) 274.6600 Bob Gilmore - Treasurer (Community Center) John Moors - 1st Vice President (overseeing Architectural Pluris Utilities Leora Wilson - Secretary (Welcoming Committee, Committee, Safety & Security) 888.758.7471 4 PEBBLE CREEK NEWS / OCTOBER 2013 Website & Newsletter)

Pebble Creek 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. AAA Travel & Insurance Agency 20315 Bruce B. Downs 813-929-3430 AAP Fitness 10335 Cross Creek Blvd. Suite A 813-907-6227 Avon Lee Ann Plungis 813-732-2778 Baker’s Gallery 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-973-9966 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

Longaberger Baskets Leora Wilson 813-907-5990

Premier Jewelry Annette Aldamuy 813-426-4077

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

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

Marco’s Pizza 20305 Bruce. B. Downs 813-907-6400

Promotional Solutions Trena Reynolds 813-948-2997

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

Dianne Prosser Independent Broker United Healthcare 163222 Heathrow Dr. 813-632-9399

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

Quest Enterprises, Inc. Remodeling and Repairs Rex Albritton 813-454-2275

Thirty-One Gifts Jessica White 813-412-3887 jwhitetampa

Bob Heires, Century 21 Shaw Realty Group 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-767-4049 la Pink Boutique 18035 Highlands Preserve 813-972-2862 Las Palmas Café Pebble Creek Collection 19651 Bruce B. Downs 813-907-1333 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

Mary Kay Dounia Benkabbou 813-340-3337 Mary Kay Christine Sykes 813-991-5123 Oakley’s Grillea 17631 Bruce B. Downs 813-523-5075 Party Scene Pebble Creek Collection 813-994-6868 Pebble Creek Golf Club and Mulligans Irish Pub 10550 Regents Park Dr. 813-973-3870 Pilot Bank 17635 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. 813.349.4553

Quest Marital Arts John Giancarlo, Chief Instructor 150490 Bruce B. Downs 813-971-5545 Shamrock Painting Michael Reynolds 813-505-7839 Shapes for Women 28240 Golden Maple Loop 813-973-7354

Tupperware Terri Khalil 813-765-7703 Wells Fargo Bank 8902 Regents Park Dr. 813-272-1389 White Dove Jewelry Patricia Cihinci 813-431-5708

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Izzy This is my 14 year old dog Izzy. She is the best dog ever and is very smart. She knows how to dance and can jump through hoops! Her favorite snack is pig ears and will do anything for one.

Street Lights

If you live near a street light & it is out, please get the # off the pole or the closest address to the pole. Report to Teco or call Tina @ the Community Center 813-973-8064.

Pluris Hearing Rate Increase Extended Pluris hearing rate increase was extended, due to the county's consultants requesting additional time. Per county requirements, Treasurer Report an announcement will be sent For the month of July we were unfavorable to budget by ($3K) and through seven months of FY13 we are unfavorable to budget out by Pluris to every Pebble Creek by ($59K). This is due to the work at the front entrances and we will be getting back on track over the next couple of months. homeowner. Trash days in Pebble Creek are Wednesday & Saturday, PLEASE remember to bring your trash cans in that same day

Reserve News – In July, we increased our reserves by ($2K). 2014 Budget – We have begun the budget planning so please let us know if you have any items that you would like the BOD to consider. You can email them to Tina Rustin at the community center or please contact Angela Hester (813) 980-1000. Visit the Pebble Creek Homeowners Association Website for...

• Meeting Dates • News • Documents • Register Onilne FREE! Complete access to all homeowner information!

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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October 18th & 19th Friday/Saturday 8am to 2pm

ALL Welcome NO fee to participate Advertised in ALL local papers ARCHITECTURAL NEWS

Design the Future of Hillsborough! I have accepted a challenge on behalf of our good friend Ray Chiaramonte, who is the Executive Director Hillsborough County Planning Commission and Metropolitan Planning Organization. He needs our help in designing the future of Hillsborough County - "Imagine 2040". Our mission is simple. 1) Type this link in your web browser to begin the survey. 2) The survey takes 5 -10 minutes to complete. 3) On the last page there is a box for additional comments and you should enter this statement 'Say Hey Ray Tampa Bay'. 4) This way he will know that we are supporting him. Please pass this along to all of your family and friends via email, facebook, LinkedIn, tweeting, etc. Our goal is 10,000 responses by October 15th. Thanks in advance for your support! Bob Gilmore


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


[ News ]

Pebble Creek Junior Tennis Team is Ready to Play! Pebble Creek has joined other communities in the area to compete in the Bay Area Junior Team Tennis League. This league is made up of kids that have learned the game of tennis and practice diligently to be able to reach the competition level. There are different Pebble Creek Spring 2013 Team Tennis Jr. League Division Champs from L to R: (top row) Ashley Brake, Clarice Su, Vian levels of competition based on the players’ age and Baltimore-Burpee, Coach Lori Miles. From L to R: (bottom row): Sitara Sriram, Bryce Denick, Adam Rowan, Moet Bailey ability level. They compete as a 6-8 player team by playing 4 singles matches and 2 doubles matches. The The Current Tennis Lesson Schedule is: season culminates in a Play-off Tournament where the top teams from each division play against one another for the top prize… Monday............................................ 6 – 8:30 p.m. Divisional League Champion. Tuesday............................................ 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. In the past few years teams from Pebble Creek have represented our community well! We have had several teams making it to Thursday.......................................... 6 – 8:30 p.m. the end of season playoffs as well as go on to become Divisional Saturday........................................... 8 – 9:30 a.m. Champs like our team pictured above! The biggest benefit is the confidence that builds in a team environment. “Tennis is known as such an individual sport. It’s nice to see the kids thrive on the team aspect of the league play!” says Coach Lori. Our teams will be playing again in the Fall 2013 season on Sunday afternoons 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in October and November. Come out and see them play…you will be impressed! The Pebble Creek tennis program is open to all residents. All lessons are taught by a USPTA certified professional. Contact Lori Miles at 813-973-4168 or for more information. Wharton High School swim practices & meets will now be held at the Pebble Creek Pool Practices M - F 3:30 - 5p • TBAY Swim Team practices M - F @ 5-6pm Also held at Pebble Creek pool PRACTICES: • 4:00pm to 5:00pm Monday through Thursday, open to swimmers ages 5 to 15. Swim Team begins April 29th COSTS: • $50 per month for residents, $75 for non-residents. The water is too cold to begin practice on the first, so • A one-time registration fee of $20 per swimmer. This includes a TBAY the first practice is postponed until Monday April 29th swim cap and T-shirt. In order to participate, children must be able to swim 25 yards without stopping and be able to float on their back. Practices: ❖ 4:00pm to 5:00 Monday through Thursday; open to swimmers ages 5 to 15. Private lessons offered as well. For more information please contact Coach Julia Lamb; Costs: ❖ $50 per month for residents, $75 for non-residents 813-240-9428 or ❖ A one-time registration fee of $20 per swimmer. This includes a TBAY swim cap and T-shirt Three 8 registration opportunities at the Pool: ❖ Friday March 29th from 3:30 to 4:30 or ❖ Saturday March 30th from 10:00 to Noon ❖ Saturday April 27th from 11:30 to 1pm


[ News from pebble creek village ]

Letter from the PCVHOA President Dear Neighbors, We’ve now completed our first objective and, as of October 1st, 2013, have contracted with University Properties, Inc., (UPI). UPI will be responsible for management of the association. The Board of Directors will oversee the management company and give them direction regarding deed restrictions. UPI will not send any homeowner violators to our attorney, for a possible lien on the property, until they receive approval from the Board. For appointments and correspondence with UPI, call Angela Hester, 813-980-1000, or e-mail The Board has reviewed the fee we are charged for maintenance of the pool and athletic areas. The amount that we are assessed includes far more than just the pool and athletic areas. Use of the community center, administrative services, community improvements, storage of our files (which must be kept on file for 7 years) etc. are all part of the pool assessment fees. We have negotiated a 10% reduction of these fees beginning January 2014. We are responsible for maintaining uncut lawns, debris removal, etc. from properties that are in foreclosure and not as yet taken over by a lending institution. This adds to our costs and decreases our revenue unless we can collect monies on these properties. If the property owner isn’t available and will not pay for all expenses incurred, any amount owed to the association is turned over to our attorney for collection and filing of a lien on the property, if necessary. In reviewing our budget, we’re looking at the current cost of services and the projected cost increases for 2014 and it will be necessary to increase dues approximately $50 per year. If our association doesn’t remain solvent (in the black), the state will appoint an attorney to manage it. It is our understanding that the attorney appointed will have the power to do whatever is necessary to make our HOA solvent and have a positive cash flow. This would NOT be in our best interest. We are in need of several new Board members for 2014. We also need volunteers to distribute the Pebble Creek Community Newsletter each month (delivering the newsletter to your neighbors will only take about an hour of your time). Thanks for your consideration. Stan Chmura President, PCVHOA



in Pebble Creek Village

Our new neighbor is Pat Ryan, 9308 Pebble Creek Dr. Welcome to our neighborhood! We know you’ll love it here! PEBBLE CREEK NEWS / OCTOBER 2013

2013 Pebble Creek


Board Meetings 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.

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Board of Directors Stan Chmura President Tom Micheletti Vice President Jane Spencer Secretary/Newsletter Jeff Thomson / Betty Ann Houghton Architectural / Deed Restrictions Homeowners Association Managed by University Properties, Inc (UPI) For correspondence contact: Anglea Hester 7001 Temple Terrace Hwy. Temple Terrace, FL 33637 Office phone: 813.980.1000 Email: 9

Around the Yard OCTOBER What to DO

Bedding Plants: Even though temperatures are still warm, begin planting for the cooler months ahead.

Dianthus, petunia, and pansy are good annuals for the fall

matter to the planting bed for best results.

Bulbs: Plant agapanthus, rain lily, and many varieties of lily now for blooms next spring or summer. Add organic

Herbs: A wide range of herbs can be planted from seeds or plants this month. Some to try are parsley, cilantro, chives, garlic, and sage.

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Vegetables: Plant crops now that will grow and produce throughout the winter months. This includes beet, Brussels sprout, carrot, and onion.

What to Plant

Lawn weeds: The best time to control winter weeds in lawns is before they appear. Pre-emergent herbicides must be applied when nighttime temps are 55°F-60°F for 4-5 days to be effective. Fertilize ornamental trees and shrubs: This is the last month of the year to fertilize plants that aren’t performing as desired. Controlled-release fertilizer provides nutrients over a longer period of time.

Fertilize Bahia and St. Augustine lawns: Choose a fertilizer (not a weed & feed) with little or no phosphorus unless a soil test indicates the need for it. A fertilizer with controlledrelease nitrogen will give longer lasting results. This is the last fertilization for these lawn types for the year. Strawberries: Prepare beds and set strawberry plants this month. Strawberries also make a colorful and tasty container planting. Either way provide daily watering until plants are established. Winter landscapes: Evergreen hollies and their bright berries add color to the landscape when other plants have died back for the winter. Water well when planting and mulch to minimize weeds. Twig girdlers: Small branches falling from oak and hickory trees may be the work of twig girdlers. To control, clean up and destroy fallen branches,

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Outdoor Water Use Restrictions All Properties in Unincorporated Hillsborough County Effective August 1, 2013

Irrigation of Established Lawns and Landscaping: As of August 1, 2013, outdoor water use for irrigation of established lawns and landscaping is restricted to a maximum of two days per week according to a property’s address. Irrigation must be accomplished prior to 8:00 am or after 6:00 pm. Any one zone of a property may only be watered once during the allowable day, NOT both in the morning and evening. These rules apply to all sources of water including well water and surface water. The schedule is:

Addresses ending in the number 0, 1, 2 or 3: Mondays and/or Thursdays only Addresses ending in the number 4, 5, or 6: Tuesdays and/or Fridays only Addresses ending in the number 7, 8, or 9: Wednesdays and/or Saturdays only Locations with no address (common areas, entry areas) Wednesdays and/or Saturdays only Locations with mixed addresses (office complexes, shopping centers) Wednesdays and/or Saturdays only New Lawns and Landscaping On days 1-30, beginning on the day of installation, new plant material including turf grass may be watered any day of the week. On days 31-60, new plant material including turf grass may be watered as follows: Even-numbered addresses may water on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday; oddnumbered addresses, locations with no address, and locations with mixed addresses may water on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Following this period all new plant material is considered established and must follow the two day per week restrictions outlined above. All watering of new lawns and landscaping must take place before 8:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. NOTE: All new plant material (new or replacement turf grass or new plants/shrubs) must cover at least 50 percent of an irrigation zone in order to water with an in-ground sprinkler system during the establishment period. If not, the new plant material must be hand watered following the same time of day and day of

Better interest rates than under your mattress .40 APY minimum balance of $50,000

Corner of Bruce B Downs & County Line Road 813.929.4477 | Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is effective as of publication date. Rate is variable and may change after the account is opened. Interest is compounded daily and paid monthly. The amount of interest earned is based on the daily balances in the account. Fifty Plus Advantage Checking requires a minimum deposit of $50,000 to obtain the advertised APY. Minimum daily balance and APY for other tiers. $0.01 & above .10%; $1,000 & above .25%; $10,000 & above .35%; $50,000 & above .40%; $100,000 & above .50%; $250,000 & above .65%. Fees could reduce earnings. 12

week restrictions for new plant establishment. (Example: If you purchased one flat of grass plugs to place throughout your front yard to fill in bare spots, this would not cover 50 percent of an irrigation zone. Hand watering would be required.) Also, only those zones containing 50 percent new plant material may be watered, not the entire yard. (Example: If you had your entire front yard re-sodded, but not your backyard, only those zones covering the front yard could be run during the establishment period. The backyard zones would have to remain on the regular watering schedule. Most irrigation timers have an A & B program. Program A can be set for the regular watering. Program B can be programmed for multiple days to only water those zones containing the new plant material during the establishment period.)

Low Volume Irrigation

Low volume irrigation is defined as a maximum of a halfgallon per minute (30 gallons per hour) per emitter. Low volume irrigation is not approved for lawns or turf grass. Low volume irrigation of plant materials other than lawns and grass is allowed any day, however, you must water before 8;00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. The use must not be wasteful and unnecessary.

Hand Watering

Hand-watering and low-volume irrigation of plant material other than lawns or turf grass may be done on any day and at any time.

Chemical Treatment

If chemicals such as pesticides, fertilizer, herbicides, insecticides and fungicides are applied to your lawn or landscape plants by a certified professional applicator, they can be watered in according to manufacturer’s instructions within 24 hours of the chemical treatment, the evening of the application, or the morning afterward. Applying water following a chemical treatment by a certified professional applicator is allowable on your nondesignated watering day provided a dated chemical advisory marker showing the date of application is visible in the yard. All such watering must be prior to 8:00 am or after 6:00 pm. If you apply a chemical treatment to your lawn or landscape plants yourself, the watering in of those chemicals must be done on your designated watering day for your address prior to 8:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m.

Car Washing, Pressure Washing and Fountains No restrictions at this time.

Irrigation System Maintenance

Irrigation systems may be operated during restricted hours for cleaning and maintenance purposes, but limited to 10 minutes per week. An attendant must remain visibly on site during the entire cleaning and maintenance operation.


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immy Fisher State Farm Insurance has been proudly serving the insurance needs of our area for over 23 years. Representing the US and Florida's No. 1 car insurer at its original location on Fowler Avenue across from Greco Middle School, the agency continues to be a valued resource for residents here in Jimmy's hometown. Many continue to choose and trust the agency for multiple insurance needs. Starting with just one employee in 1988 the agency has grown to be one of the largest State Farm offices in the area with over 10 caring team members and over 140 years of combined State Farm experience at their


Fowler Avenue neighborhood office. Having an agency in the neighborhoods which offers, even encourages, the convenience of evening and Saturday morning appointments continues to be a value to many locals looking

personal "face to face" service in their busy lives. If you are like many residents who are looking for a local accessible resource, visit, or call them at 989-2037 anytime day or night, or click jimmyfisher. com. Their website offers you an opportunity to learn more about Jimmy, the agency and their services. Born and raised in the area, Jimmy considers it an honor and privilege to offer

his neighbors a "Hometown Team" where they can find helpful assistance, information and a great value on their insurance needs.

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at USF Offers Classes at Pebble Creek Community Center In the fall of 2010, Pebble Creek residents Steve Priest and Eileen Brennan were simply trying to make one less trip down Bruce B. Downs Boulevard to USF and also experience something of educational substance in New Tampa. The couple had been members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of South Florida (OLLI) since 2007 and had attended scores of classes and educational programs held on the USF campus or elsewhere in Hillsborough County. Together, they approached OLLI coordinator Joseph McAuliffe and sold him on the idea that the kind of college-level academic programming that OLLI offers would find a great reception in New Tampa, and they knew precisely the venue to recommend. They set up a meeting for Joseph with Tina Rustin who administrates the Pebble Creek Community Center and soon after, an educational partnership was born. This fall, the PCCC will host two classes: Political Murder and

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