Historical Completed Projects

 

2014:

Street signs were upgraded and replaced; Oak trees in the front of the subdivision were trimmed; green fence was removed; entered into a contract with a landscape architect to develop Cypress Point master plan; interstate fence line was planted in accordance with the Cypress Point Master Plan; commissioned a feasibility study for concrete work from Southeast Engineers; deactivated and re-issued all pool keys; revamped the budget worksheet for greater transparency to all owners; revised the basis of insurance collections to better reflect accurate property sizes; revised the pool rules; established more aggressive collection protocols for owners in arrears to the association; fostered community engagement via a summer picnic, social hour before the annual meeting and Christmas Food Drive event

 

2010:

Completed repair of subdivision fence bordering north side of subdivision and Essen Heights subdivision. Repairs were made to posts and rails as needed and all fence boards were replaced.

 

2009:

Completed pool safety enhancements.

 

2008:

Hired GroundWorks as our new grounds maintenance company; Hired Kathryn Mason of Realty & Management Services as our new property manager, effective March 1.

 

2007:

Completed Hurricane Katrina repairs, essentially completely reroofing Phases I & II with architectural shingles.

 

2006:

National Night Out Against Crime—Despite intermittent thunderstorms, 28 people (from 15 homes in the community) attended the barbeque held at the pool on August 1. Jack Migliore for planned this event and cooked; Dealt with the property insurance crisis resulting from the 2005 hurricane season; Began Hurricane Katrina repairs.

 

2005:

Hired Gail Barnett of Reilly Barnett to manage the property effective January 1, 2006; Phase I chimneys were painted.

 

2004:

Board member Dan Lupton has completed several projects to improve the neighborhood; cleaned, repaired, and repainted the sign at the entrance; repainted the rusting electrical boxes on the ends of the buildings; repainted the rusting mailboxes; installed the Neighborhood Watch sign at the entrance; made repairs to the restrooms in the pool house and painted signs and decorations on the doors; repaired and sealed the front boardwalk; repaired broken curbs throughout the subdivision.