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Welcome to Lake Mandarin HOA

Welcome to a glimpse into our community. We are very proud of our community and all it has to offer. Welcome!

Established in 1978 the Lake Mandarin subdivision comprises 312 residences. Of these, 171 are located in single-family homes and 141 are located on private streets, in what are called "cluster" homes or patio homes. The cluster homes are zoned and governed by Planned Urban Development Agency and the criteria approved by the Jacksonville Area Planning Board.

Amenities include a park located on Lake Mandarin Circle East, between the Andover Place community and Peerless Dock Court. The Association maintains the park and the lakes. The use of the lake and the park is available to all members of the Association.

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Monthly News: July CPAC
News 2 Aug 2015

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee

Chair: Jim Hill

JSO: Not available due to search for infant child.

Sheriff did forward message: Food and other material contributions no longer required at this time. Reward is being offered and hundreds of tips are being received. We appreciate the response from the citizens and has all been positive. The Sheriff and the Police thank all for their assistance.

FDOT: All contracts on schedule. Sound barriers complete to St Augustine Rd. Preservation and landscaping to be completed by early 2016.

Regulatory and Compliance: Signs still a major problem. Signs not authorized and not on private homeowner property can be removed or reported to authorities.

Mayor’s liaison: Mr. Gaffney stated the Mayor is very positive on CPAC participation and input on Neighborhood concerns via CPAC. A Representative will be attending all CPAC Meetings in future with direct access to Mayor’s Office.

Next Meeting: August 25, 2015 6:30 PM St Vincent’s Hospital Southside Auditorium C, Main Hospital Jacksonville, Fl 32216

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Monthly News: July ShAdCo
News 8 July 2015

ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)

Chair: Pam Schneider

Crime Trends: Lt Boucher

All Crimes down with exception of AUTO Break-ins.

Crime Stats: Very high number of car break ins. Weekend of July 4th over 30 Car thefts / Burglaries with 75% being unlocked. 8 Guns stolen with one being fully automatic machine gun.


Note: Over 800 tickets given during month of June for seat belt violations. JSO stated total dissatisfaction with this total disregard for requirement.

Note: Wolf Pack ( More than 3 Patrol Cars ) will be utilized in high traffic areas.

Special Note: JSO has New APP for Smart Phone . in app section of smart phone. Valuable data provided. Very well done.

Next Meeting: TBA announced Separate Correspondence

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Monthly News: June CPAC
News 28 June 2015

Citizens Panning Advisory Committee

Chair: Jim Hill

JSO: Unlocked vehicles remain highest problem within Duval County. JSO asks again ensure all valuables are either removed from or secured within vehicle. Thieves watch for quick exit and strike accordingly. Mall, Gyms, and Churches are high areas of concern.

Parks and Recreation: All summer programs are in full swing. Many water activities available for children including summer camps.

JTA: New routes start first week of July. Please check schedules. Still many questions but to early for studies to be evaluated. Input from all concerned citizens is appreciated.

Note: CPAC will be an integral part of City as Mayor Curry ensuring a CPAC Chairman will meet with City at least once a month.

Sound Barrier for Lake Mandarin is over 90 % complete. Landscaping and cleanup on HOA side still remain. Should be completed by Feb 2016.

Next Meeting: July 27, 2015 – 6:30 p.m.St. Vincent’s Southside, Main Hospital Auditorium C, Jacksonville, FL 32216

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Monthly News: August ShAdCo
News 4 August 2015

ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)

Chair: Pam Schneider

Crime Trends: Assistant Chief Nemeth

Property Thefts are down with Residential break-ins decreasing. Auto thefts still at a high level of activity and Auto break-ins continuing to be biggest problem area’

JSO asks again to ensure all valuables are removed and vehicles are locked. Double check vehicle is secure prior to departure and remove all weapons from vehicles.

Chief Nemeth also stated Zone Walk Thru’s will continue and arrangements can be made through the Zone Sub Station.

Be vigilant of Teens after Curfew. If seen call 630-0500 and report: 11:00 Pm Monday-Thursday, 12:00 AM Fri-Sat-Sun.

Sheriff expressed the Departments “Thanks” for all support for Infant search and rescue operation of Lonzie Barton.

Next Meeting: 17 September 7:00 PM University Christian Church – 5520 University Blvd.

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Monthly News: June ShAdCo
News 21 June 2015ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)

Chair: Pam Schneider

Crime Trends/Stats Lt AdamsAll crimes are down by more than 7 % with auto thefts and interior burglaries being the most investigated. Please secure valuable and lock vehicles after departure. Do not trust environment to ignore easy access.

Guest Speaker: Sheriff J. Rutherford

Sheriff Rutherford expressed his extreme appreciation for the Support that ShAdCo has provide within last 12 Years. Without the assistance and cooperation of all neighborhoods the crime rate would be much higher. Sheriff Rutherford again reiterated his Support for ShAdCo and ensured all that Sheriff elect M. Williams will also be supportive.

NOTE: What is ShAdCo ?

ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council) is a partnership between law enforcement and the community. It illustrates Jacksonville’s commitment to community policing and safety.

Residential Burglary: Keep Shrubs trimmed away from windows and doors to prevent convenient hiding places

Maintain adequate exterior lighting especially at vulnerable access points to House

Don’t leave valuables such as lawnmowers, bicycles, or tools in the yard in the open or in an unlocked shed.

Display house number conspicuously and have well illuminated. This will aid law enforcement during an emergency or medical situation. Urge neighbors to do same.

Next meeting: July 7, 2015 7:00 PM at the Preserve at San Jose 8880 Old Kings Rd. S

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