It is with great disappointment that we are reporting a serious incident at the basketball courts this past week that required a visit from the police. For several weeks we have been addressing a group of individuals that are playing at the courts that are yelling obscenities, leaving trash behind, speeding through the community, trespassing on neighbor’s properties, not leaving when the courts close, and damaging the entrance gates.
These individuals are guests of our owners, most do not live in the community. The owners allowing these individuals in are responsible for the actions of their guests and any damage incurred to the common areas of Weston Hills. We have referred this incident to authorities and the community attorney’s office for further follow up and enforcement.
We have temporarily removed the basketball rims and nets for the rest of this month to allow some peace and quiet to return to this area and the owners surrounding it. These courts are intended mainly for the use of our owners and their children. Because of this misuse there are several younger members that are not able to play safely in this area and neighbors near the courts are very unhappy about this problem.
We will be adding this issue to the next agenda for the next Board meeting December 12, 2019 for a community discussion to assist the Board in finding a community wide solution to this issue.
Weston Hills has taken pride in providing the best for their owners. Great value to your homes, nice amenities, security and peace of mind. Weston Hills is a safe place for our children and families and we want to keep it this way. We must work together to maintain this for all who live here.
Premier Association Management of Central Florida, Inc.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of
Weston Hills Homeowners Association, Inc.
Our next Community Garage Sale will be Saturday, October 19th from 8 AM to 2 PM. The entrance gate arms will be open during this time.
Trick-or-Treating hours will be 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM on October 31st. As usual, please leave your porch lights off if you are not participating, and those going around the neighborhood please by-pass these homes.
Tropical Storm Dorian is headed towards us and is projected to gain strength, possibly as high as a category 3 storm. While it is too far out to project where in Florida it will hit, we will most likely be affected by storms and wind.
You can check the current projected path at NOAA’s National Hurricane Center page HERE. On the current course we may get hit on the coast around Monday morning, but these storms can be very unpredictable so check the NHC page periodically, watch the local news casts, or the Weather Channel broadcasts to get the latest path information.
For those of you new to Florida you can check out our Storm Preparedness packet on our web site HERE.
We will send out updates here, on NextDoor.com, and through the E-Loop when we have more information to give out.
Hello everyone. Here are a few things the HOA would like to let everyone know about:
Because of the July 4th holiday this week, our trash & recycling will be picked up Friday morning, and yard waste will be picked up Saturday morning.
Though we urge residents to visit a local fireworks display for July 4th, if you do set off your own fireworks they must be confined to your driveway. Do not set them off in the street. And please be considerate of the time of night when setting them off. Please no late night detonations.
And finally, if you bring your baby to the pool or playground area, we ask that you do not dispose of dirty diapers in the trash cans; please dispose of the diapers in your trash cans at home. Our cans are only emptied 3 times a week (and only 2 times this week because of the holiday) so they can sit for a few days and start to smell. We also have issues with raccoons getting into the trash and throwing everything out of the cans.
Thank you for your time and have a safe & pleasant July 4th holiday.
Our community Easter Egg Hunt will be Sunday, April 14th at 2 PM. This event will be held at the Club House and is for kids from 1 to 10 years old. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. See you there!
The scrub oak trees along the exterior wall along Hwy 27 are now being removed by SECO. These trees have grown too tall and are interfering with the power lines and posing a danger during storms (they have been badly hacked up for the past few years as the utility company has tried to keep them away from the lines). They decided last year to remove them at no expense to the community. This work may take a few days so please be patient. Once they are removed the HOA will plant trees and shrubs that are more manageable and will not grow tall enough to reach the lines.