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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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Fall Community Garage Sale

Saturday 10-22-16!

Monthly News: August CPAC
News 23 Aug 2016

CPAC (Citizens Planning Advisor Committee)

Chair: Ms. Debbie Johnson

Guest Speakers: President City Council, Ms. Lori Boyer, Councilman Matt Schellenberg, Councilman Scott Wilson, Councilman Denny Becton, and Councilman Aaron Bowman.

All stated their personal responsibilities on the City Council and expressed the importance of all City CPAC’s and the special relationship between Neighborhoods and the Mayor’s Office.

JSO: Chief Nemith, Stated violent and personnel property is down for the tear to date with the exception of Auto Burglaries. 16 vehicles stolen within one week and all had keys in vehicle. He stated no excuse is acceptable for leaving keys where thieves can get at. Please ensure all valuables are removed or secured before leaving vehicle and be vigilant of surrounding area.

Neighborhood Watch and Homeowners “Be Aware”, Homeless individuals are prevalent in the area. Call 630-0500 and the Police will respond As soon as Possible. Do not approach or attempt to communicate as Homeless in most cases are very apprehensive and can respond with negative impact. Please Call Immediately.

Mayor’s Office: VOTE, VOTE, VOTE….. Early voting has started and most Libraries For primary and ends 28 Aug 2016. Final Day is 30 Aug 2016. VOTE, VOTE, VOTE……

Next Meeting: Sept 26, 2016 6:30 PM NEFAR Office 7801 Deercreek Club Rd Jax Fl

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News 28 June 2016

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair: MS. Debbie Johnson

Quest Speaker: Mr. John Shellhorn, Chief, Mosquito Control.


The ZIKA Sickness resulting from Mosquito bite is biggest concern for control, receiving a lot of attention in media. Currently all cases identified in US are received from other areas other than United States.Pregnant Women are very venerable (can cause severe Birth Defects) and should avoid countries known to breed ZIKA carrying the Virus. Young children and senior Adults are also more venerable . Effects can last from 7-10 Days while experiencing Fever, Joint soreness, Rash and Cold symptoms.

To decrease breeding possibilities, Empty all containers with standing water (big or small) as these are excellent breeding areas for this type mosquito.

For personnel protection, any insect repellant with DEET is excellent.Any questions can be referred to or call 630-0500.

Public Library: Ms. Keli Likins, A reading and learning program is underway at all Libraries. All ages can participate.

Park and Recreation: Mr. Kieth Meyerl, All pools are open, some during evening hours. Swimming lessons can be scheduled. Any problems or unsatisfactory conditions can be reported to 630-0500 Parks Department.

Next Meeting: July 25,2016 6:30 PM NEFAR Office,

7801 Deercreek Club Rd, Jax,Fl 32216

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Monthly News: July CPAC
News 26 July 2016

CPAC (Citizens Planning Advisor Committee)

Chair: Ms. Debbie Johnson

Quest Speaker: Ms. Valerie Williams, Human Trafficking Anyone seeing or have evidence of this type of activity is advised to notify authorities as soon as possible. This is happening in Florida and all of CONUS.

Guest Speaker: City Council President M. Lori Boyer How Planning Commission approves/changes regulations and zoning within City Council. This a very long and tedious procedure with many branches and Divisions within the City Government involvement . The Main coarse of action is for individuals/HOA’s to do a lot of homework and enlist correct professionals to assist as required and expedite your request.

Blight: Report any degradation to property you see to City 630-2489. Keep Jacksonville Acceptable to all residents and visitors.

CPAC looking for Alternate CPAC members. Contact and Board Member or Ms. Rhonda Hutto if interested.

Next Meeting; 22 Aug 2016, 6:30 PM NEFAR Office 7801 Deercreek Club Road, Jax , Fl 32216

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