Daniels Crossing Home Owners Association

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New Look

If you have not noticed, there have been a few changes in our neighborhood.


Winter Garden City Hall
300 W Plant St


Miguel Torres, Debbie Terrusa, Lyle Cannaday and Stephanie Rollins were present for a quorum. Tasha Torres represented Sentry Management.

PROOF OF NOTICE: Posted more than 48 hours in advance.


Manager's Report:

Financial Report:




The next meeting will be May , 2009 at 7 pm town hall for the Board meeting.


Board Approved:

Our Dues

Board would like to inform you that even though the fIrst semi- annual assessment is not due until January 1", 2009 you may pay in advance at any time. To pay in full simply return the coupon with the check to the address indicated on it.New coupons are in the mail this afternoon from
Don Asher and Associates the new management company.We start on January 1st the New Manager and the New Management company.If you have any questions call Tasha Torres at 407-425-4561Be advised any portion ofthe assessment not paid by its due date will be considered late, which will cause late fees and interest to be added to the amount you owe the Association.

Our Budget

The Board's last meeting, they approved a budget for 2009 with the assessments to remain the same at $400.00 per year paid in 2 parts ($200.00 on each of January 1" and July 1").

Holiday Decorating Contest

The Board would also like to aunounce a Holiday Decorating Contest- the homes will be judged on the evening of December 20th, and a prize awarded to the best decorated horne. So get your home decorated for the season and join in the fun.

Pool Closed

The pool is now closed and projected reopen date is March 1st. The new pool fence will be installed soon. New lighting at the entrance is in progress. New lights at the pool have been installed.


This is a request form to be completed by the homeowner and submitted to the Architectural Review Board (ARB) for approval BEFORE any work shall commence. Please refer to the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for Daniels Crossing for a complete description of the ARB and its purpose.

Community Garage Sale Continued

  • A garage sale, also called a "yard sale", "rummage sale", "tag sale", "attic sale", "moving sale", or "junk sale", is an informal, irregularly scheduled event for the sale of used goods by private individuals, in which "block sales" are allowed, so that sellers are not required to obtain business licenses or collect sales tax.
  • Typically the goods in a garage sale are unwanted items from the household with the home owners conducting the sale. The goods are sometimes new, like-new, or just usable, offered for sale because the owner does not want or need the item, to minimize their possessions, or to raise funds. The sales venue is typically a garage, driveway, carport, front yard, porch, or occasionally, the interior of a house. Some vendors, known as 'squatters', will set up in a highly trafficked area not on their own property.
  • So let's get ready for our Garage Sale!

Our "Yard of the Month" Program Continued

  • The yard of the month program is intended to inspire residents of the Daniels Crossing Community to take pride in the appearance and upkeep of their home and yard. In selecting a winner, consideration is taken of the type and size of yard. Additionally, educational information on lawn and yard care is available at self-help and is frequently presented in the Pointer View.
  • This Month's "Yard of the Month" is located at ... Stop by and see their home and yard. Maybe yours will be next!

Neighborhood Watch Program Continued

  • A neighborhood watch (also called a crime watch or neighborhood crime watch) is a organized group of citizens devoted to crime and vandalism prevention within a neighborhood. It builds on the concept of a town watch from Colonial America.
  • A neighborhood watch may be organized as its own group or may simply be a function of a neighborhood association or other community association.
  • Neighborhood watches are not vigilante organizations. When suspecting criminal activities, members are encouraged not to intervene but to contact authorities.

New Website For Our Community Continued

  • Our HOA thought it would be a great idea to create a website to keep you informed about our community. on our website you will get to know a little more about our community and the resources surrounding it to. our Website consists of a few pages. Our Home Page, Our Community, Announsements, Our Pool, FAQ's about your H.O.A, Cont Page, as well as a Local Busines Directory made up of our residents.

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