MILHON PARK IMPROVEMENTS
New BLUE rubber mulch was installed during April to replace the wooden mulch which had deteriorated. Thank you to the residents who volunteered to help with removal of the mulch, installation of the hardware cloth underlay and . putting the mulch into the area under and surrounding the playground equipment.
ANNUAL DUES REMINDER
Dues of $100 for 2014 were due March 1. When the 2015 board meets they will set a budget and determine the dues fror 2015.
NEED HELP WITH YARD CHORES OR LIGHT DUTY TASKS?
Local high school students are available to assist residents who need assistance with yard work or other light duty tasks. The students will receive volunteer hours/credit for their efforts. If you would like them to help you, please contact Mrs. Rudd at Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-926-7125.
BURNING YARD WASTE
According to the Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry, outdoor burning of yard waste must meet the required setbacks of 25 feet from forests, 50 feet from paved public roads, 25 feet from your own house and 150 feet from other occupied buildings. Almost every house in Bridle Gate is located within 150 feet of another house. In these instances, burning of yard trash in the neighborhood is prohibited. Additionally the Bridle Gate Covenants, Article IX, Nuisances states that, "Homeowners shall conduct no noxious or offensive activity at any time so as to offend or annoy those who live them.
BOATS, TRAILERS, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES
Residents are reminded that the Bridle Gate Covenants require that no boat, trailer, motorcycle, motor home, camper, van or other recreational vehicle be parked or stored on any street overnight and that such items/vehicles not be parked in a drive or front or side yard for more than 3 consecutive days. These items are to be stored within an enclosed garage or at the rear of the lot behind a privacy fence. Residents in violation are subject to fines up to $100 per day per violation. REMINDER - If a special circumstance exists you may contact the Board and request a temporary exception.