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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 : May CPAC
News 19 May 2015

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair: Jim Hill

JSO: Lt Judge - Homicides in Jacksonville of concern with JSO. Constant observation of high crime areas is ongoing. High Traffic fatalities also high interest. Motorcycles and Bicycles being observed at high speeds and erratic riding on public roads. Auto thefts still high with Malls, Gyms and Day Care areas being targeted. Note: Over 70 % of vehicles were unlocked. JSO again reiterates, place valuables out of sight and secure vehicle.Close observation of Gang activity is ongoing and has been for many years. Special task force has been assigned.

Mayor Liaison: Property values have increased in Duval County approximately 10 % from 2014 t0 2015. A positive trend which most believe will continue for 4 to 5 years.

FDOT: Jim Green - Sound Barrier installation has begun. An accident has delayed project slightly but will continue by week of 23 May. Landscaping is was also briefed and will not commence until end of Barrier installation. HOA will monitor closely.

Next meeting: June 22, 2015 – 6:30 p.m. St Vincent’s Hospital Auditorium

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Monthly News : April ShAdCo
News 8 April 2015

ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)

Chair – Pam Schneider

Crime Trends and Stats - Officer Amanda Brown

Overall Crime in Zone 3 India Sector is down 18 % from 2015.

Continued reports of vehicles being broken into and over 50 % Being unlocked with valuables visible.Note: 20 % of vehicles had weapons stolen in is a deep concern with Law Enforcement.

Ice Machine being broken into at most sites where they are located. Being done late at night. Please be vigilant and any unusual activity and please notify Police.

Numerous complaints being received about speeding. Police aware of situation with over 100 tickets given during February. Baymeadows and Philips Highway, San Jose at Sunbeam, Hartley at San Jose, ETC.

Numerous reports of SCAMS being received. Callers stating Electric Bill, Owing Taxes and Credit Card data theft.

JSO states if you do not know caller do not answer or hang up immediately. If sounds to good to be true it probably is.JSO does not and never has called on behalf of indebtedness. Please notify as soon as possible any possible scams or attempted theft of personal information whether by phone or E-Mail.

Next meeting May 5,2015 7:00 PM at the Preserve at San Jose – 8880 Old Kings Rd S.

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Monthly News : April CPAC
News 28 April 2015

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair: Jim Hill

JSO: Violent crime rate is 2014 = 1 2015 = 4 Home invasion 2014 = 7 2015 = 8 Property/Business violations 2014 = 153 2015 = 165

Car break-ins still remain a major problem area. Clickers in cars being used for illegal home entry, conceal clickers and all valuables when leaving vehicle.

Education: 12 schools made top 100 in Nation. Common Core still on track in all schools. Emphasis on individual computer study and class work for students.

Chair: CPAC meeting with Mayor Brown in April was to request to have CPAC representative on all City Planning Meetings with voting and input authority. This is under study by City Officials . CPAC is becoming more involved and accepted by City Council and Mayor’s office as a valued partner.

Next Meeting May 18, 2015 6:30 PM St Vincent’s Southside, Main Hospital Auditorium: C Jax, FL 32216

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Monthly News : March ShAdCo
News 21 Mar 2015

ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)

Chair – Pam Schneider

ShAdCo Meeting was a Joint meeting of all Duval County Zone ShAdCo’s at the University Christian Church

Crime Trends for Zone 3

Lt Burns - Increase in car jackings and auto burglaries. Several arrests have been made but situation is still a high tempo. Sheriff’s Office asks that all shoppers, Gym attendees and Sports personnel please lock up valuables before departing vehicles as thieves are observant and will take advantage of negligent situations. Police observed over 50 vehicles with valuables including purses and handbags visible within one major Mall in Jacksonville.

Quest Speaker Sgt Ford Homicides - Although homicides seem high this year they are down by over 50 % from 2014. 18 to date for 2015 and 22 in 2014. Zone 3 has only 1 this year. Note: Traffic homicides are treated separate and are handled by Police Patrol vice Homicide Unit.

Attached also is new General Complaint Form. It is simpler to complete and individual can remain anonymous throughout the investigation. Submission can be taken to Sub Station on Powers street or Downtown Police Headquarters.

Next Meeting for ShAdCo will be held at 7:00 P.M. on 7 April 2015 at 8880 Old Kings Rd S. The Preserve Clubhouse.

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