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OPCC/Loch Rane Living Newsletter

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News from Your BOD

Thank you to everyone who attended our February Board meeting!  We had another full house for what turned out to be a very full agenda.  The guest speakers were the main draw.  We had an excellent presentation by OPCC resident, Richard Elkins who is the Director of Patrol for the Clay County Sheriff’s Department.  He was accompanied by Assistant Chief, Steve Barreira who is in charge of the Community Affairs Division. They covered a wide range of topics including the philosophy and priorities of the new sheriff, Darryl Daniels, efforts to hire more deputies and to obtain funds and grants from the federal government, the possibility of placing bicycle patrols at the mall and more.  They reported that the Sheriff’s Department is committed to enhancing communication with the community through “Coffee with a Cop” events, Sheriff’s Net and Citizens Academy.  Chief Elkins reminded us that if we see suspicious people/activities, do not call the gate: call the Sheriff’s Office directly at 264-6512 or 284-7575.  If you see an actual crime, call 911.

A presentation was made by representatives of Fletcher Stein insurance agency in advance of the expiration of our current policy in March 2017.

Financials for 2016 indicate that we finished the year approximately $30,000 in the black.

Committee reports were made.

The Grant of Easement (GOE) has been reviewed by Loch Rane’s attorney, and we are waiting for their final revisions before presenting it to our attorney for review.

We are gathering proposals for cleaning/replacing street signs after which a committee will review and present recommendations to the Board.

The Covenant Violation Enforcement Policy was approved by the Board.

The Board approved the Marketable Record Title Act (MRTA) paperwork which deals with renewing our governing documents. 

A contract and a refundable deposit of $5,000 are in place with Sole Golf to purchase 2.75 acres at the corner of Cherry Grove Road and Country Club Blvd.  Committees are working diligently to get numbers together and to develop a plan to inform homeowners.  We hope to present all of the information to you in the near future.

Under new business, bids are being obtained for lighting/electrical upgrades to the wing wall, round-about and Thornwood message board.  We are also getting bids for sidewalk repairs and pressure washing the wing walls at Country Club Blvd. along with street sign replacements. A proposed contract for legal representation was presented by Jackson Law Group and approved by the Board.

Our next meeting will be March 21st at 6:30 pm.  We hope to see you there.

Important Reminders

  • OPCC is a deed restricted community.  Covenants and Restrictions apply to Owners and Tenants.  It is the obligation of Owner/Landlords to advise their tenants accordingly.  Our Covenants and Restrictions are available for all to see on our website at the OPCCOA tab.  Go to www.opcc.info. Click the OPCCOA tab.  Click Governing Documents and select Rules, Regulations & Restrictions.
  • Our property manager advised us in the March issue of Living that during her March inspections for violations of the Covenants and Restrictions, she will be paying special attention to properties that need pressure washing, ie: driveways, stucco, garage doors, sidewalks, etc. and properties in need of lawn care, ie:   weeds, trimming of shrubs, dead plants, bare spots and also properties that may require painting, especially walls that shield garbage cans.
  • The gatehouse staff no longer accepts cash in payment for barcodes.  Please bring a check or money order.
  • Also, recreational vehicles and commercial vehicles are not allowed to be parked at a residence for more than 24 hours. This policy will be enforced with increased scrutiny.

Support Our Girl Scouts!

Cookie sales will take place at the Community Building every Friday from 3 – 6 pm beginning February 10th through March 3rd.

Deadline for Articles for April Issue of Living Magazine

Articles due by Friday, February 17th to Marilyn Mackin marilyn472@aol.com.  See our website for tips and deadlines.

Homestyle Buffet & Bingo Night at the Club

Friday, February 24th 

Homestyle Buffet at 6 pm and Bingo at 7 pm – PRIZES!  Members and Residents are welcome.  RSVP 458-1019.

Mah Jongg

Thursdays 1-4pm
in the Community Building

We are always looking for new participants and are willing to teach you the game.

Community Library

Tues w/ Randy 10am-12pm, Free Coffee & Donuts
Thursdays 2-4pm, Free Snacks & Beverages
Saturdays 11am-1pm, Free Snacks & Beverages

Stop on by, meet the librarians, check out the selection of books, chat with neighbors, grab a snack.  You'll be glad you did!

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