If there is a malfunctioning street light in the neighborhood you can report it at SECO’s new web site: Street Light Outages . I’ve also added this link to the Utilities & Contacts page of our web site in the SECO section.
So if your street light doesn’t come on at night, blinks on & off, or stays on all day then get the 6 digit number on the pole (ours should all start with 160) and enter it on search bar on the top of the page. The map will zoom in on our community. Click the marker for that light and make your report on the report on the right side of the page.
Starting tomorrow, Saturday the 8th, the operating hours for the pool, playground, and field areas behind the pools will be 9 AM to 7 PM.
The HOA was just in touch with Waste Management this morning [Wednesday] and confirmed our trash & recycling pick-up for Weston Hills will be Friday morning, and yard waste pick-up will be Saturday morning.
The pools may be open this afternoon but chairs may not be put out. Once the rain has moved out work on bringing the gates back up will start. They should be working by tomorrow morning.
Hurricane Dorian has started its turn north and is not projected to make landfall according to the current projected path. News reports say Central Florida should start feeling effects tomorrow night as it passes by. There is also a curfew set for Osceola County starting at 11 PM Tuesday until 6 AM Wednesday. Many businesses in that area and in surrounding counties will have shorter hours tomorrow or may not be opening at all. You may want to call ahead if you need to visit a local business. Lake County schools will remain closed through at least Wednesday.
The HOA will have the gates operational and the pools re-opened as soon as they deem the storm and its effects are far enough past us.
Good morning residents,
Currently, Hurricane Dorian is about to hit the Bahamas. The projected path shows it slowing down as it crosses land and then shifting to the North and moving along the coast past Florida, Georgia, and the Carolina’s, not making landfall in Florida at all. This could leave us with just getting some rain and wind but nothing devastating. But until the storm is actually past Central Florida everyone should keep monitoring its path in case of any sudden changes in direction. We do know Lake County schools will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Keep yourselves and families safe!