The JL POA Chronicle
  Volume 13     November 22, 2019
In This Issue:
  • JL POA Finance Committee
  • Water Advisory Task Force
  • Dog Park Entrance Relocated
  • JL POA Town Hall
  • JL POA'S Landscaper
  • JL POA Legacy Bricks
  • Remove Hurricane Shutters
  • JL Cares
  • JL Meetings
  • Helpful Phone Numbers
JL POA Finance Committee

The JL POA Finance Committee is looking for members. If you have a financial background and would like to join the JL POA Finance Committee please email caseyf@jlpoa.com your one-page bio.  
DOG PARK ENTRANCE WILL BE RELOCATED
Construction will be starting on the North Gate sidewalk December 2 nd . Due to this construction, the dog park entrance will temporarily be re-routed approximately 100 feet south through the holidays. It will be clearly marked. Thank you for your patience during this time.
Notice for Formation of the
Water Advisory Committee

The POA is currently seeking owners who wish to serve on the Water Advisory Committee comprised of 7 owners within the community. The committee is tasked with enhancing and preserving the fresh water resources within the community, and with monitoring and managing the fresh water lakes and ponds in compliance within the master permit we hold with SFWM on water use.
 
This includes oversight of irrigation usage, as well as the care and use of the fresh water lakes.
 
Members of the committee must be represented as follows:
  • At least half of the committee members must reside from the following villages within Jonathan's: Waterbend, Windward, Trader's Crossing, Cape Pointe, and West Bay.
 
This committee will be appointed for a 1-year period of time.
 
If you are interested in becoming a member of this valuable advisory committee and feel you have are qualified, send your resume to caseyf@jlpoa.com .
JL POA
TOWN HALL MEETING

Tuesday - December 10, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
Grace Immanuel Bible Church - Sanctuary
JL POA BOARD BRIEFS
November 19th Meeting
A recap of the Board’s actions at the regularly scheduled November 2019 Board meeting is summarized below:

Accepted the resignation of Barry Anstine as chair of JL Realty and appointed Michael Murphy to take his position.

Approved new contract with ADT Security to provide home alarm monitoring alarm at a cost of $12.00 per home per month.
Approved list of 13 residents who had not paid their JL Cable Bills for over 90 days and the discontinuance of service on November 25, 2019 for cable only.

Approved the purchase of new duct work and AC systems from Reserve funding for the South Gate & Central Gate with Stephen K. Denny, Inc.

Approved submission of an Organizational Charter to form a Security Committee reporting to the JLPOA Board.

Approved the submission and appointment of the following names for the newly formed Security Committee under the direction of Chairperson Donna Harran:
  • Cliff Lavin, Jay Carpenter, Dave Smith, Keith West, Robert Selver, Romolo Marcella, Irene Garbo

Approved Vendor I.D Task Force recommendations on types of entry decals needed for all entry into the community. 
 
Approved the 2020 Budget for the POA as presented by the Finance Committee:
  • Approved an Operating Assessment: $649.00 per household per quarter effective January 1, 2020
  • Approved an Reserve Funding Assessment: $110.00 per household per quarter effective January 1, 2020

Total assessment per quarter is $759.00 for 2020
 
Accepted the resignation of Ivan Stuart as the Chairman for Long-Range Planning. The Committee is to provide a new chairperson nominee after discussion.

Accepted the resignation of Ivan Stuart from the Finance Committee.

Approved the negotiation with Parker-Yannette Landscape firm to provide design services for the North Entry based on recommendation of the Landscape Committee.

Ratified an appointment of Diane Gustafson as the new chairperson for the Landscape Committee.

JL POA'S LANDSCAPER
Article by: Irene Garbo

For about a year now, Jonathan's Landing has seen remarkable improvement in the landscaping throughout our community. This impressive new look is the work of the company employed by the POA last November. REVIVAL has been in business for a little over 3 years and is owned and operated by native Floridian, Rob Gresham, who is highly qualified and experienced. Rob is a local success story: He graduated from Jupiter High School and holds a degree in Environmental Horticulture from the University of Florida. He is state licensed in pest control, fertilization and tree management. His growing company currently serves 40 communities from Fort Lauderdale to Port St. Lucie, with most of them in Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens. Revival's headquarters are nearby in Lake Park, where Rob is easily accessible. 
Revival's philosophy is simple: high-quality landscaping with emphasis on customer satisfaction. Their goal is to provide us with 'one-stop shopping': no need to hire separate tree trimmers, landscape designers, fertilizer and pest control experts. To this goal, J L is assigned an on-site manager who is on the grounds daily. His name is Whit Lacey and is available every day for consultation. Whit is a graduate of Auburn and holds a degree in Landscape Horticulture.
 
Because of Revival's impressive work ethic and the obvious improvements visible throughout JL, two of the villages have also hired them, and a few others are considering it.

Rob and Whit assure each village gets its own team of landscapers so that no one area is ever understaffed. The on-site team proudly boasts 3 brothers who work exclusively for the JL POA 5 days a week. Perhaps you have seen them trimming, gardening, cleaning up, and doing general detail work. They are Jose, Jesus and Ramon, hailing from Guatemala. All are hard workers and friendly. Do say hello! And continue to enjoy the enhanced aesthetic appeal of Jonathan's Landing.
JL POA LEGACY BRICKS

Buy a $100 Legacy Brick to be placed in the entrance of South Rec and Butterfly Island and along the path in between. The money from the brick sales will be used to help keep Butterfly Island flourishing.

Please remember that all hurricane shutters must be removed or opened. Thank you.
Giving Hearts that are making a difference.


         
FOR ALL JL RESIDENTS   
JL CARES HAS UPCOMING
EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES :

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THANKSGIVING BASKETS 
Jl Cares supporters have provided dinners to families in need throughout the Jupiter area over the years; this year we are looking to provide 90 families with Thanksgiving Baskets. 
 
Basket Drop-off
Monday, November 25th no later than 11:00 a.m.
at the JL Golf Club
 
If you have any questions please contact:
Cory Hogan corkyhogan@gmail.com or (201) 838-4356  


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ANNUAL ANGEL TREE  
Each year JL Cares supporters grant the wishes of needy children at the Jupiter Tutorial Center, as well as seniors at Courtyard Gardens, fulfilling their gift requests which can be found on the JL Cares Angel Trees in the lobby of the JL Clubhouse.
 
Please bring your gifts to the JL Clubhouse:
by 4:30 p.m. Monday, December 2nd.

ALL JL RESIDENTS PLEASE join us
for a reception in the Dickinson Room
Monday, December 2nd at 4:30 p.m.
 
For more information please contact:
Nancy Heichemer at nancyhike@gmail.com or ( 607) 427-5036
DON'T MISS OUT ON UPCOMING
 JL MEETINGS

Helpful JL Phone Numbers
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    JL POA Office: (561) 743-2032
    JL Security: (561) 747-1141
    JL Realty: (561) 745-2500
    JL Golf Club: (561) 747-7600
    JL Marina: (561) 747-8980
    Rene & Associates, Inc. (Accounting): (561) 626-8876