The Board cares about all our residents. 


We take pride in our community and 

our owners take pride in their properties.


We believe everyone who lives here, whether an owner, tenant 

or vacationer, deserves an attractive safe place to live and play. 


BOARD MEETINGS AN

COMMUNICATIONS


The Board meets as necessary and per the bylaws.


Notification of board meetings are posted by the exit side of the guard house and as stipulated on the Florida Statues. 


A HEALTH HOA NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF
EVERYONE IN THE COMMUNITY


Board of Directors


Bill Grobasky - President

Floyd (Sonny) Quinn - V. President

Ronald Fischer - Secretary
Scott Rohroff - Treasurer
Barbara Heddon - Director
Wayne Campbell - Director




HOA managed by:

Don Asher and Associates Inc.

HOA office
1603 Forest Hill Lane
Haines City, FL. 33844



Community Association Manager:

Diane Martinez, LCAM
On Site - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Office Phone: 863-419-0642

E-Mail Address:
southerndunes@donasher.com

PURPOSE OF THE HOA:


Our HOA (Home Owners Association) is a non-profit corporation. The HOA is in place to outline the criteria (covenants) that apply to the community and ensure that the visions of the residents who purchase homes in the community are being maintained. The HOA assures residents that certain things applicable to their community will be upheld to protect and preserve the market value of their home.   


  HOA's are established by legal documents that are on file with Polk County. Copies of these are available on our website under documents.  The HOA is governed by a comprehensive set of By-Laws, Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, commonly referred to as Covenants (CC&R's).  These documents may be amended from time to time as the Board and/or membership see fit and are available to all members by law.


Pursuant to the authority granted to a Board of Directors of a Homeowners Association by the CC&Rs and Bylaws, the rules and regulations are enacted for the mutual benefit and wellbeing of all owners and residents of a development.


 Other laws and oversights come into place as well. For example, federal and state statutes related to the HOA must be upheld and "trump" the deed restrictions for a community.


PERSPECTIVES OF BOARD, HOMEOWNER, AND MANAGER

Board of Directors Perspective

  • Maintaining the value of the property and a good quality of life for the residential community
  • Governing smoothly
  • Enforces rules
  • Establishing and keeping budget
    • Most care a great deal about residences
    • Will want service from manager and decisions from Board that will provide a good quality of life
    • Problems may arise when expectations are too high or not realistic; this can occur when interests are too specialized or unique
      • Working in balance with homeowners, board, and realities of management companies business (possible friction)
      • Problem-solver
      • Multi-task oriented 

Homeowners Perspective

  • Most care a great deal about residences
  • Will want service from manager and decisions from Board that will provide a good quality of life
  • Problems may arise when expectations are too high or not realistic; this can occur when interests are too specialized or unique

Managers Perspective

  • Working in balance with homeowners, board, and realities of management companies business (possible friction)
  • Problem-solver
  • Multi-task oriented