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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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Information: Thank You for the Books!!!
Books, Documents and Text Good afternoon Mrs. Aherron and the Lake Mandarin Homeowners Association,

I would like to send my sincerest thanks to you all for sending us theselection of books. They actually just arrived to Japan today. At theLiberty Center, we have several areas for our Sailors to unwind and relax.We boast a small library with wonderfully comfortable reading nooks. OurSailors are going to be happy for the addition of these books to thelibrary. Again, we thank you for your donation.

Best Regards,

Senita Martin

Liberty Program Coordinator

NAF Atsugi Japan

DSN 264-4750

OCONUS 011-81-467-63-4750

CELL 080-4170-7363

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Monthly News : September ShAdCo
News 19 Sept 2014

ShAdCo - Sheriff’s Advisory Council

Chair Pam Schneider

ShAdCo Meeting was held at the University Christian Church Crime Trends –

Homicides up, Auto break-­ins are extremely high. Traffic tickets at 13,000 for to date and have helped in decreasing accidents.

October is big Month for ShAdCo as National Night out and Sheriff's Walk is scheduled.

Special guest speaker was Patrolman Phil Rosooomano -­‐K9 Supervisor. Dogs are trained for Narcotics, Felon apprehension, evidence recovery,bomb intervention and personnel search. All dogs are procured from Europe for their ability to be working dogs verse family pets. Training is continuous and dogs will remain active between 8 to 10 years. When retired they will be placed with a K9 trainer because of the dogs specific training.

Special Note: Vehicular break -­‐ins


Take Out valuables

Lock Your Vehicle

Close your windows

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Monthly News : October CPAC
News Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair Jim Hill

Guest Speaker - Ms. Tracie Davis Deputy Supervisor of Elections Early Voting on going until 1 Nov 2014, Web Site lists all early voting sites. Our nearest site is South Mandarin Library on San Jose and Orange Picker Rd. Voting at the Freedom Christian Fellowship 3423 Loretto Rd on 4 Nov from 7:00 Am Till 7:00 Pm is final day to vote. Please make every effort to participate, as it is your choice.

JSO also giving more traffic tickets to keep accident rates down.The Cameras at Claire and San Jose issuing highest number of tickets to date. Please be careful and vigilant at all traffic lights and intersections.

FDOT Construction beginning on Buckman and I 295. Survey in process with expected completion within 2 Years.

COJ Web Site is valuable source of information on what’s happening within Jacksonville.

From The Lake Mandarin HOA Board we wish all a Happy and Safe Halloween.

Note: David Dee attends each ShAdCo if you have questions or would like him to ask a question contact him DAVIDDEE@COMCAST.NET

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Monthly News : September CPAC
News 23 Sept 2014

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee

Chair Jim Hill

Recreation/Parks All projects on track. Parks realizing excellent usage and anticipate no major changes during budget negotiations.

Mayor’s liaison

Oct 7 National Night out. Also many volunteers needed throughout City. Mayor and Staff appreciate support and input from all CPAC’s.


Ms. Cheryl Reddick Bus routes to change with emphasis more direct routes, more reliable and more frequent. Goal is to improve Quality of Life via a much-improved system. Extended hours and increased weekend schedule will enhance services provided. An increase of buses on major routes, with a goal to arrive every 15-20 minutes at each stop. Many initiatives in process to enhance level of service and have system operate more efficiently.

Regulatory Compliance

Over 13000 signs picked up within City. Individuals, Company’s and Association notified of non-compliance and fined where applicable.

Next Meeting Oct 27,2014 6:30 PM St Vincent’s Hospital Auditorium

Note: David Dee attends each CPAC if you have questions or would like him to ask a question contact him DAVIDDEE@COMCAST.NET

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