Magnolia Pointe – Road Resealing Project – Almost Completed

THE POOL IN THE CUSTOM SECTION IS NOW OPEN!!

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MAGNOLIA POINTE HOMEOWNERS:

ROAD RESEALING IN MAGNOLIA POINTE IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN ON MONDAY, MAY 4, AND END MAY 25!
• SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED AND UPDATED ON www.mymagnoliapointe.com
• PLEASE STAY OFF ROAD FOR 36-48 HOURS PREFERRED.

NO DELIVERIES: MAIL, AMAZON, UPS, FED EX, etc., or TRASH ON YOUR SCHEDULED DAY/DAYS.

•YOU MUST PARK VEHICLES OUTSIDE PAVING AREA The NIGHT BEFORE! Parking restrictions are rescinded for the month of May.
• RESEAL MAY START AS EARLY AS 6:30 a.m., BASED ON WEATHER CONDITIONS.
• IF YOUR SCHEDULED DAY IS CANCELLED, IT WILL MOVE TO THE END OF THE SCHEDULE.
• YOUR STREET MUST BE FREE OF LANDSCAPING DEBRIS. NO CONTRACTORS WILL BE PERMITTED ON THE ROADS DURING PROJECT.
• IRRIGATION MUST BE SHUT OFF ONE DAY PRIOR TO YOUR SECTION GETTING SEAL COATED AND 2 DAYS AFTER THE SEAL COAT.

 

MAGNOLIA PT. BLVD. FROM THE GUARDHOUSE TO HWY 50 – PLEASE USE CAUTION AS THE ENTRANCE AND EXIT WILL BE RESEALED

 

RESCHEDULED – JUNE 8 (weather permitting)

FOUNTAINBLEAU DR. TO PROMENADE TO INCLUDE MONET CT. – FOUNTAINBLEAU DR.  TO END AND PICASSO TO PROMENADE DR.

ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD ROADS WILL BE MARKED PRIOR TO RE-SEAL !!

PRODUCT INFORMATION: https://www.gemsealproducts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/polytar-sds.pd

     ROAD RESEAL MAP

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Q. Please advise reason for staying off roads for 36-48 hours. What about medical
appointments?
A. The cure time is 24 hours after application. If they start at 7 am and finish at 3pm then 24
hours is 3pm the next day plus the time it takes to apply, about 8 hours. That is at least 32 hours.
The advice of the vendor, we chose 36. Optimum cure time from manufacturer is 48.
Q. What if we have deliveries arriving? Will they be held at gate?
A. No deliveries will be allowed on the roads that are being sealed. Sorry, the guards cannot
accept packages. You may want to consider Amazon, FED EX and the USPS delivering to the UPS
Store in the Publix Shopping Center on Hwy. 50 in Clermont.
Q. Is the material used for resealing toxic to pets? Please provide MSDS information.
A. Attached is the link to the product sheets that we have received relative to the re-seal product.
Pets should be kept away from the surface.
Q. What is the plan for the twice weekly trash pick-up and recycle pick up?
A. Trucks will not be able to drive on the roads during re-seal. The pick-up will be delayed to the
next scheduled pick-up date.
Q. What is the plan for deliveries that you really have little to no control of that during this Covid crisis
could be critical for some residents? For example, deliveries that may include medications by mail
service, oxygen deliveries, groceries and items some residents absolutely cannot go out to pick-up
anywhere and have set-up as deliveries.
A. Vehicles that drive on the roads before they are cured will damage the roads. Please schedule
deliveries around your application date. Emergency vehicles cannot be delayed and will be
allowed in.

 

IMPORTANT INFO. FROM THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS – COVID -19

Lake County Board of County Commissioners
315 W. Main St., Tavares, FL 32778 • www.lakecountyfl.gov

Media Contact: Kate Jarocki, Public Communications Coordinator
Office: 352-343-9604 • Cell: 352-272-9593 • Email: kjarocki@lakecountyfl.gov
For immediate release — March 29, 2020

Lake County to open Citizen Information Line for residents

Tavares – Lake County will open its Citizens Information Line for residents starting Monday, March 30. The phone number is (352) 253-9999, and it will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lake County residents may call the Citizens Information Line with COVID-19 inquiries relating to local government operations, small business resources, County transit services, veterans information, re-employment resources and much more.
For health-related questions or information on testing for COVID-19, the best resource is the Lake County Florida Department of Health hotline at (352) 742-4830. This hotline is also open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.
“The Citizens Information Line is opening to provide an additional resource for residents to reach out to the County and ask questions,” said Thomas Carpenter, Director of the Office of Emergency Management.
The latest Lake County Emergency Management COVID-19 updates are available at https://www.lakecountyfl.gov/COVID-19. Visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LakeCountyFLEmergencyManagement and the Twitter page at https://twitter.com/lakeemergency to follow Emergency Management on social.

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COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT OF LAKE COUNTY

Community Association Management of Lake County
(CAM of Lake County)
17307 Pagonia Dr.
Suite 105
Clermont, FL 34711

352-404-4116

info@camlakecounty.com

Dave Ellis – Owner
Linda Ellis – President
Matthew Ellis – Community Association Manager

Magnolia Pointe Master HOA
Magnolia Pointe Custom HOA
Magnolia Pointe Lakefront HOA

INTRODUCTION TO MAGNOLIA POINTE

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Click on the link below:

Welcome to Magnolia Pointe

 

Video courtesy of:

Joe Buckman

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Aerial Photographic Services

407-493-4926

 

City of Clermont

Important Numbers to Keep Handy:

City Hall 352-394-4081
Fire Department 352-394-7662
Police Department 352-394-5588
Public Works 352-394-7177
Water, Wastewater, Sanitation, Stormwater 352-241-0178

The following meetings are held in the Council Chambers of City Hall at 685 West Montrose Street each month:

  • Council meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7:00pm
  • Planning and Zoning Commission meets on the 1st Tuesday at 7:00pm
  • Code Enforcement meets on the 3rd Tuesday at 6:00pm beginning in March

CITY OFFICIALS

City of ClermontCity Manager Darren Gray
Fire Chief Carle Bishop
Finance Director Joseph VanZile
Public Works Director
City Clerk Tracy Ackroyd
Planning & Zoning Barbara Hollerand
Environmental Services Director James Kinzler
Police Chief Charles Broadway
Economic Development Director Jim Hitt
Parks and Recreation Director Dave Teske
Information Technology Director Don Dennis
Human Resources Director Debbie Porte

Clermont Community Center

Visit the new Clermont Community Center at 620 West Montrose Street.