Royal Harbor Update, 12/21/16

Thank you to the nearly 60 people who sent in their Homeowner applications for 2017. For the rest of you please try and get this done. Again if your data is the same all we need is your check, name and address and corrections for the directory. Also let us know on your proxy for the annual meeting. Application attached.

A couple things. January 2 the city will begin on fixing the sewer leaking pipe that has been temporarily patched along Sandpiper in Oyster 

Bay. This is by the little bridge and the big blue pipe is a temporary fix. The repair project will affect Sandpiper street as it will be one way in that area. There also may be delays as they bore drill under the road. So I will remind you again as time gets closer but that is what is going on there.

Also another Sandpiper Street reminder. The speed limit on Sandpiper is 30 mph and there is a stop sign at Sandpiper and Marlin. Complaints are still coming in from residents of speeders and reports of few people actually stopping at the stop sign. I am not the police, I am the messenger. If you get a ticket do not say you were not told about this. Right now this street is crowded with walkers, bicyclists, dog walkers, runners and lost drivers. Remember… please, this is Season AND PATIENCE IS REQUIRED.

Our new entrance to Royal Harbor sign that is along Sandpiper street just past Jewel Box will be installed next week. I hope you like it.

We also have ordered new RCC cards again for al members. These will be available next week too.

For all you boaters…Also attached is the proposed new manatee zone that has been, or will be, submitted to the State and Federal governmental bodies. This is predominantly to enforce slow speed zones. This is NOT yet a done deal, it is still in the planning stages. This is just to keep you informed.  Remember all canals are slow speed NO WAKE.

Only a few days now until Christmas. I hope you are all ready and all have a very warm, happy weekend. Thanks to all who put up festive lights and decorations. It makes our little Subdivision seem a cozy and happy place.

Since people are constantly moving in and out of Royal Harbor, Our Association Board now has a few vacancies we are needing to fill for next year. If you think you might be interested in working with us please send me your information and I will pass it on to the nominating committee. We meet monthly on the third Tuesday of the month at9:30 am at the Naples Sailing and Yacht Club. We, like the council, take the summer off from meetings.

 

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