The City of Tamarac is inviting members of their homeowners associations to attend the next HOA liaison program. This quarter, the guest speaker is Ken Direktor with the law firm of Becker & Poliakoff.
The Woodlands held their 2014 Annual Members meeting on Monday evening with less than 130 residents in attendance this year.
Last year’s Annual Members meeting was anything but dull.
Residents were forbidden by our HOA President to sign petitions to recall our commissioner . Even political signage on cars were threatened to be towed away, all while former Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad was handing out flyers to different tables.
Attention all Woodlands parents who are interested in reassigning their children to other schools: the deadline to submit a School Choice application for the 2014/15 school year is quickly approaching.
By: Sharon Aron Baron As if we don’t have enough wildlife to contend with here in the Woodlands. Now we have aggressive raccoons. When I think about raccoons, I think about those furry little guys that get into our garbage and typically run away when they see a human. Not so, according to Section Two […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron I was sent a link to a real estate page from a resident wondering if our neighbors Beth and Jack Talabisco were moving away. Naturally one would assume that if someone’s home was on the market, they would surely be moving on. Not so in the case of 14-year residents […]
By: Sharon Aron Baron Did you notice our new logo and disclaimer the top of this website? A change agreed upon after a very contentious meeting on Monday night with over 30 audience members in attendance. By changing the banner and making the disclaimer more prominent, a potential lawsuit by the association was avoided. After […]
One family in the Woodlands has been undergoing an amazing family journey due to their son being diagnosed with autism at an early age. Donald and Marty Kelley, who spend summers in Maine and winters in Florida along with their children Philip 12, Kenneth 9, and Caroline-Grace 4, have undergone such inconceivable challenges with their autistic son Kenneth, that few families could survive intact.
March 30, 2011|Michael d’Oliveira firstname.lastname@example.org Since January of 2008, Tamarac has given $43,000, with matching grants, to neighborhood partnerships for beautification and improvement projects; all of it part of the Neighborhood Partnership Program, designed to enhance neighborhood vitality and increase communication with residents. At the end of February, commissioners formally approved and amended the project. […]
Take a look at the new flowers that were just planted at our main entrance this week. Give them a few weeks – They really are going to look gorgeous when they grow in a bit. Thank you to the grounds maintenance crew at the Woodlands Country Club. A big thank you to the WHOA […]