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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.

Brought to you by the Lake Mandarin Homeowners Association Homeowners Association. Contact Us if you have any questions.

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A Message from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
JSO Neighborhood Report


Monthly News: April CPAC
News 26 April2016

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair: Ms. Debbie Johnson

JSO: Chief Nemeth

Many programs in process for Juvenile and first time offenders. Training and special counseling with a success ate of 80 %.

Sub Station on Powers Ave, Phone Number 04-828-5463.

Guest Speaker: Ms. Angela Corey

Over 120 prosecutors under her Division within Nassau, Duval and Clay Counties. Success is credited to the cooperation between the Sheriff’s Department and Mayor’s continued support.

JFRD: Chief Brag

Over 116,000 Call responses accomplished during 2015.Average response time was 6.25 minutes. Al units are well trained in EMS and crisis situation. New stations are planned for future as Duval County grows.

Parks and Recreation: Mr. Meyer

Many programs at Parks for Senior citizens. Check WEB Site for more information.

Next Meeting: May 23, 2016 6:30 PM

NEFAR Office: 7801 Deercreek Club Rd, Jax Fl 32216

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Monthly News: March CPAC
News 30 March 2016

Citizens Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC)

Chair: Ms. Debbie Johnson

JSO: Vehicle break-ins are still problem in Duval County. Vigilance and common Sense key to ensuring your property is safe and secure.

• Ensure all doors are properly secured with durable locking mechanisms/ or visit your local Home Improvement Stores to obtain information to secure base door frames • Document and photograph all items and serial numbers that are of an importance • Ensure there is sufficient lighting around your residence, especially at doors. Motion lights are good tools around the house. • Ensure alarm is activated each day and window secured • Ensure surveillance system is operable and has sufficient lighting for clear video recordings • If residence is ever burglarized, please refrain from touching anything and call police

As always, please report any suspicious activity to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 911 for emergencies and non-emergencies dial (904) 630-0500.

Next meeting : April 25 2016- 6:30 PM NEFAR Office 7801 Deercreek Club Rd Jax FL 32216

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Monthly News: February ShAdCo
News 3 FEB 2016

Chair: Pam Schnieder

CrimeTrend: Chief Nemeth

1. 12 Stolen cars during within 10 day period. 11 cars were either running when getting gas or in Convenience store or keys were in vehicle. Unusual and very bad precedence being set.

2. Truancy still a problem. Please notify police at 630-0500 to report suspicious behavior. You can remain anonymous if requested.

3. A very good WEB Site at JAXSheriff.org is available and carries valuable I formation on what’s going on in our Zone. Very easy to navigate with up to date DATA.

4. Neighborhood Walk can be scheduled. JacksonvilleLaw enforcement Supervisors to walk with Homeowners and get familiar with area and Residents.

More information to be provided at Annual HOA Meeting.

Next Meeting: Joint Meeting on 17 March 2016.University Christian Church 5520 University Blvd. West

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Monthly News: April ShAdCo
News 6 April 2016

Sheriff’s Advisory Council ( ShAdCo )

Chair Pam Schnieder

Crime Trend: Chief Nemeth

Home Burglaries on the increase. This is happening during all hours of the day. Notify police (630-0500) any unusual activity in the neighborhood. Older School age kids not in school (Truants), Vehicles not familiar to neighborhood, Sales personnel without proper identification and vagrants looking for opportunity.Be Vigilant and report any suspicious activity.

Auto thefts still high. Over 80 % are open with valuables inside. Last 90 Days,All of Duval County, 55 purses stolen and 8 firearms obtained. This happening both nightly and daily. Please ensure all valuables are secure and double check vehicles are locked, even after key FOB is used.

August 2, 2016 Scheduled National Night Out, more to follow.

Neighborhood Walk with Police Chief and other Officers will walk neighborhood and discuss Home security and get familiar with area neighbors. Evolution is about an hour long and very High on the Sheriff’s Community Agenda.

Remember: DO NOT USE CELL PHONE WHILE DRIVING

Next meeting: May 03, 2016 @ 7:00 PM The Preserve At San Jose - 8880 Old Kings Rd. S.

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Monthly News: March ShAdCo
News 18 March 2016

Sheriff’s Advisory Council ( ShAdCo )

Chair: Pam Schnieder

Crime Trend: Chief Nemeth

1. Auto Break-ins and thefts are still a major problem in Duval County. Valuables in plain site are target. Malls, Gyms, Gas stations and Community centers are vulnerable areas of concern. When locking vehicle with Key Fob double check to ensure vehicle is secured.2.

Legal Sale of Marijuana: The Sheriff’s office is highly recommending the review of Colorado’s legalization of Medicinal Marijuana, followed on by full legalization of this product. Problems encountered by State and Local Law enforcement were compounded ten-fold and totally unexpected. Legal battles are ongoing attempt to ensure only licensed dealers are selling and receiving product from authorized farms. Also the strength of the Marijuana ranges from low 10 THC to Mid 40 range with very little control of specific salesto individuals. Medical Marijuana prescribed by Doctor’s has increased to the extent that over 100,000 clients are legal card carrying users for pain.

Please review Colorado’s situation on Legal Marijuana and VOTE NO on Florida’s November Ballet.

Next meeting: April 5, 2016 7:00 PM 8880 Old Kings Rd. “Preserve at San Jose”

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