Perdido Key Notes – September 2021

 September 2021  IDA and the 2021 Hurricane Season  Named storms Claudette, Fred, Henri and most recently Ida have already struck the United States in 2021, but fortunately not greatly affecting Perdido Key though other parts of Escambia County have been threatened with dangerous flooding. Our profound concern goes to those in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and […]

Pool and Tennis Courts closure for 2 days – August 26 and 27

 Today, Greg Jonston called our contractor to confirm he is still on schedule for this Thursday and Friday to replace the pool fence.  He remains firm on those days.  Also, Dan Clark (concrete & renovations, LLC) sent Greg the estimate to rectify the erosion issue at the Southern portion of the tennis courts.  The cost estimate is […]

Last Homeowner Information email from our president passing the torch.

Okay. Here it is, guys.  The last update from this President.  On Friday, Faithful Pool installed the new filters and a new pump at the pool.  It took a while, but the difference should be quite noticeable going forward.  Thank you for your patience. The new fence should be installed in the August 24th or 25th timeframe, […]

Herons Forest HOA Agenda 3/10/21

Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2021Time: 6:00 PM CSTPlace: Via ZOOM meetingAGENDA Call to Order, Roll Call Proof of Notice – EPM Disposition of Minutes of the December 5, 2020 Board Meeting and the February 10, 2021Special Purpose Board Meeting Officer Reportsa. President’s Reportb. Treasurer’s Report – Greg Jonstoni. Year End 2020 Reportii. 2021 Financial Report […]

March 2021 Key Notes

PKA Annual Membership MeetingThe 2021 PKA Annual Membership Meeting was held Saturday, February 27, 2021 at the Eden Condominium – the first Perdido Key Association meeting with both in-person and remote Zoom attendance. The featured speaker was Escambia County District 2 Commissioner Doug Underhill who focused on results from the 2020 Perdido Key Property Owner […]

ARC useful information

The Architectural Review Committee Guidelines are available under the tab for About the Forest then click on Legal Documents. OR open the tab for HFPOA and click on HFPOA Board and Property Manager Information. You will find a link to the required form for an ARC request via our current Property Manager page. http://www.epmfl.net/arc. Our […]

Perdido Key Notes January 2021

Welcome 2021!  2020 is going, going, gone and 2021 brings an expectation of better times! New vaccines will save lives and push back the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing us to begin returning to normal life or at least a reasonable new normal. Perdido Key continues to recover from Hurricane Sally but with many homes, rental properties, […]

Perdido Key Notes for December 2020

No PKA Holiday Party this YearPKA regrettably will not be hosting a Holiday Party this December because of the COVID-19 pandemic. PKA Holiday Parties held at the Seafarer Condominium in recent years have been memorable for the friendships strengthened and the great food and beverages brought by members. Who can forget Alan Dennis’ terrific holiday […]

Update on trees from President Susan

Good afternoon! I have a few updates to report to you. The first issue is the new tree cutting schedule. TriState will be sending a tree cutting crew and a trimming crew from December 14th to 16th. Only the trimming crew will be out from December 21st to 23rd. We appreciate your patience so far and hope […]

Homeowner Update 11.12.2020     Thu, Nov 12, 2020 3:04 pm HFPOA President (hfpoapresident@gmail.com)To:you DetailsGood afternoon! I have an update for you. Tree Project We are on the fourth day of the project and no doubt you have noticed no TriState equipment is in the neighborhood. The Board Members monitoring the project have noticed that the crew sent […]

Update from our President

There are a few more things I wanted to talk about but let me apologize first for speaking in generalities and perhaps sounding like I am “preaching to the choir”.  This neighborhood has about ten new homeowners and perhaps twenty new residents. The distinction being that not all residents are homeowners. I cannot assume that […]

IMPORTANT message on common area tree removal and cutting –

—–Original Message—–From: HFPOA President <hfpoapresident@gmail.com>Sent: Sun, Nov 8, 2020 6:19 pmSubject: Update 11.08.20 Greetings! As promised, we will be starting the cleanup of the common area trees tomorrow.  After a walkthrough of the green areas and trails by several members of the Board, including me, it is clear we have a lot trees severely damaged […]

Important news from HFPOA President

Hi, everyone! Just checking in. I have added some new email addresses shared with me by new owners or residents. I will be reiterating and/or updating old information.  If you know someone, owner or renter, who would like to be included on my email list, feel free to give them my email address. First Issue […]

Post Sally news for Heron’s Forest 10/08/20

1. Please have tree cutting contractors take the debris out of the neighborhood, as has been required before Sally. Be sure to get their pricing to do that before you allow them to cut ARC approved trees.2. The pool was shocked today with a very large amount of chlorine. Please refrain from swimming in the […]

Perdido Key Notes Oct. 2020

October 2020Hurricane Sally Strikes Severe Blow to Perdido KeyIt was supposed to be a Category 1 storm with a lot of rain, but Hurricane Sally turned into a dangerous and multimillion dollar disaster for Perdido Key and its neighbors. The storm pummeled our area beginning on Tuesday September 15 and did not end until late […]

Report of the Emergency Board Meeting 9/25/20 on Hurricane Sally

An Emergency Board Meeting was called on Friday, September 25th at 1pm. Four Board members were present, two absent. During the meeting, we discussed: 1.       The proposed post-hurricane clean up Plan for the first 45 days. The Plan was approved with a few minor changes. 2.       Our current financial condition. We are on track with the budget but do […]

This is the working version of the Board’s clean up plan

Hurricane Sally Clean Up Plan 1st 45 days Trees, by priority Remove common area trees so damaged as to be an obvious and impending danger of injury or severe damage to a Homeowner’s property. These trees have been identified. We still need a vendor to provide an estimate before we can move forward. Remove, move […]
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