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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 : 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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Monthly News : February CPAC
News 24 February 2015

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair: Jim Hill

Guest Speaker: Mr. Ron Tittle, FDOT

Mr. Tittle briefed CPAC up to date on Major Highway Projects including the I-295 and Buckman expressway lanes. To date as He stated all is on scheduled and he understands the initial appearance is unacceptable but is required before next phase. The sound barrier project for the Lake Mandarin area is estimated to commence late April to Mid May. A more firm date was requested of Jim Green (CPAC) Individual who may obtain more accurate data. Lake Mandarin Board will continue to follow-up and provide additional information as it is received.

Parks and Recreation: Summer jobs are being posted for High School Students. Mentors, Life Guards with qualified certificate and Park Assistants are some positions required. Also volunteers always are accepted.

Regulatory Compliance: Signs being picked up by City for Zone 3 over 1200 in during January and February with fines given to responsible individuals. 75 Signs off San Jose area have been removed.With the Election in March, Candidates have 1 Week to remove signs before City takes appropriate action.

Education: FSCJ major sponsor in advocating and instituting College courses for Middle and High Schools in Duval County. The Middle School agenda is new and was highly recommended by the school board. An AA Degree will be possible for individuals upon completing 12 Years in conjunction with the High School Diploma.

Next CPAC meeting is March 23, 2014 at St Vincent’s Southside, main Hospital Auditorium C, Jacksonville, Fl 32217

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Monthly News : January ShAdCo
News 7 January 2015

ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)

Chair - Pam Schneider

ShAdCo meeting held at the Preserve Club house on Old Kings Road

Crime Trends and Stats for Zone 3

Assistant Chief Mike Johnson – 2013 - 53 Vehicular fatalities 2014 - 31 Vehicular fatalities Decrease due in a big part to more tickets vice warnings and the new traffic cameras at major congested areas within the City.

Violent crimes were also down 25 % and property crimes down by 56 % for 2014. Visibility of Police in City continues to be a definite deterrent. The Neighborhood Watch program is a viable asset to all HOA’s and works well within the Local Law Enforcement. Emphasized was a total commitment and community engagement to retain success in all areas of Safety and Security. During 2014 71 Vehicles were broken into with 85 % of Autos being unlocked. Stolen items include weapons, Tools, Computer accessories and personnel effects. Please remove these items and ensure Auto is secure before leaving.

Special Note: Upon request Quest speakers are available for Neighborhood Watch meetings. Advance request is required and can be processed through Ms. Rhonda Hutto ( CAM ).

Next Meeting - Feb 3,2015 8880 Old Kings Rd The Preserve Clubhouse at 7:00 PM

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Monthly News : January CPAC
News 29 Jan 2015

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair Jim Hill

Guest Speaker - Mr. Chris Hand, Chief of Staff, City of Jacksonville

Police and Firemen retirement pension Fund. 95 % Zero Taxes, either Property or Sales tax increase to enacted for the purpose of funding the Pension Deficient. Estimated final approval by end of February as Agreement reached on majority of differences. JSO - Problem still high on Sheriff’s Crime list is Auto Break-ins, with over 80 % being unlocked. Majority of break-ins at Gyms, YMCA and Malls. Sheriff states take valuables out of car and ensure car is locked before departure.

Neighborhood - Training and quest speakers available upon request. Homeowners Association and Neighborhood Watch programs are eligible for this excellent program.

FDOT – All projects on track with few delays encountered. Sound barriers on I 295 should be briefed at next meeting.

Next CPAC meeting is February 23, 2015 6:30 PM at St Vincent’s Southside, main Hospital Auditorium C, Jacksonville FL 32216

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