Jan-Feb-Mar 2018 ♦ Volume 23 Issue 1 ♦
Notes from the Prez…. It’s Spring in Florida …..by Tasha Golis
The azaleas and golden trumpet trees are in bloom around the lake. The pollen count is HIGH. It is great to see boats out on the water, the numbers growing each weekend.
Dock and seawall repair and construction continue around our lake. Hurricane Irma left behind a lot of damage.
Our annual General Membership meeting was held Wednesday January 17 at the Holden Heights Community Center. We elected the volunteer board. Thank you to Brenda Worden for acting as Vice President last year. She has stepped down, but will remain active on the board.
City Commissioner Patty Sheehan, Officer Rosado, and County Commissioner Pete Clarke spoke at our meeting. They support our community and have been helpful with issues that have popped up over the past years. I recently reached out to Commissioner Clarke about the undeveloped property on Westmoreland near Pineloch Elementary. The area has become a dumping ground for household waste and construction debris, with increased transient traffic. His office has been instrumental getting code enforcement and the Sheriff Office to act.
I recently saw a Lake Holden Yacht Club Facebook post by Kyle D. thanking Commissioner Sheehan for the improvements at the railway crossing on Pineloch.
Reach out to your commissioner:
City Commissioner Sheehan patty.sheehan@cityoforlando
County Commissioner Clarke: email@example.com
Consider attending the Lake Holden Property Owners Association meeting Wednesday March 21 at 7 pm. The LHPOA Board meets every other month at Cecil’s Texas Style BBQ on Orange Ave to get updates from the Water Advisory Board and discuss issues that affect the health of our lake front community.
You can find out more by attending a Water Advisory Board meeting on the third Wednesday of every month at 5:30 pm at the Facilities Training Center: 2010 East Michigan St.
Larry and Jeanne Jones will host the Annual Fish Fry on Saturday April 21 from 1 to 5. They always throw an amazing party. It’s another wonderful tradition on Lake Holden: fresh fried fish with all the fixins’! Bring a covered dish to share, your favorite adult beverage, and a lawn chair. This event is free with your paid LHPOA dues and guests are just $5.
Check out lakeholden.org it has a ton of history and information about our lake. You can RSVP for the Fish Fry and click on the PayPal link to pay your $30 annual dues. Have you found and liked the Lake Holden Property Owners Association Facebook page? Get to know your more of your neighbors. Get involved.
President Lake Holden Property Owners Association