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  • Pool Closing October 5th

    Date: September 08, 2020

    We hope everyone had a great Summer and enjoyed the pool season as much as we have. With the season coming to an end, and school starting back up, the pool will officially be closed after Labor Day. Let’s make the most of what is left and enjoy the poolside. We hope to see all of you next Summer! Click Full Story for more information.

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  • Payment Plans

    Date: August 24, 2020

    We have very exciting news! Now you can submit Payment plan forms on your homeowner website! Follow the link on the homepage for payment plans. If you have questions, please email billing@essexhoa.com.

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  • Pool Water Loss

    Date: July 24, 2020

    Due to the current low water level in the pool, we will need to shut down the splash pad in order to raise the water level back up. Because the splash pad uses the water from the pool, the high winds and slope of the deck has caused runoff, resulting in the drop in the water level. To help prevent this from happening again, we ask that you turn off the splash pad timer when not in use. Additionally, please limit the timer to no more than fifteen minutes. This will reduce the water loss.

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  • Development Updates for Verandah HOA

    Date: February 25, 2020

    We are happy to announce that ground has broken on additional amenities at Bayberry Drive, the Playground and Pool. During the construction period sections of the street may be temporarily closed down to allow for the safe entry and exit of heavy equipment. We will make every effort to alert Homeowners ahead of time if a road closure is going to take place. We want to thank you in advance for your cooperation during the construction process.

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  • Blocked Mailboxes

    Date: February 10, 2020

    The Verandah HOA has been contacted by the Postal Service that there is a significant problem of the mailboxes being blocked. The current policy of the postal service is to skip delivery to a mailbox blocked by a car, a trash can, or some other obstruction. Carriers are told to bring the mail back and mark it as “box blocked” or something similar. The mail is then reattempted the following business day. Often, mail will go undelivered to a box for several days until the obstruction is removed. The consequences of blocking mailboxes can be very severe, particularly if one is receiving their medications through the mail.

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  • Year-Round Lawn Maintenance Tips

    Date: October 27, 2015

    As you know, weeds can invade and thrive in all types of environments. The first step in controlling these weed pests is to correctly identify the weed and then determine a proper control strategy.

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