After a few months on hiatus, Hidden Hammocks convened for their monthly homeowners meeting.  The president, property manager and a senior advisor were present as well as approximately 20 residents.  

It was explained that despite delinquencies in payment (16 residents have not paid in over 2 years and 80 residents have not paid for last year), the community has over 200,000 of operating budget, which will be earmarked for the following updates:

  • Repair electrical grid near the front entrance
  • Fix the inoperable pump connected to the sprinkler system in the 66th Ter front entrance.  The pump cannot be fixed until Wiles construction has been completed in front of the community, which may conclude by Thanksgiving .  
  • The black olives at 66th Ter entrance, 64th Dr entrance as well as along Wiles Rd will be pruned on or before November of this year.
  • Construction of new signage of main entrance will also be lighted.  The feedback of the community is encouraged regarding the color and design of the sign.

The city of Coral Springs will be paying for the extension of culverts along Wiles Rd as well as the installment of bricks at the front entrance.  Culvert piping is  a structure that allows water to flow under a road, railroad, trail, or similar obstruction from one side to the other side. Typically embedded so as to be surrounded by soil, a culvert may be made from a pipe, reinforced concrete or other material.

One resident warned that there is a pitbull that can easily escape his owner's backyard near the main entrance of the community.  There has been an incident already where the pitbull mauled a smaller dog, resulting in severe injury.  The police were called and information was taken as part of the report, however the pitbull still remains in the owner's home and backyard, so residents need to be aware of their surroundings if they are walking nearby.