Final Pick-Up for Keys at the Club House Friday

Hello,

Irene and her volunteers have worked all day today to deliver as many keys as they could identify. But there are roughly 30 sets of keys left to claim. She is going to be at the club house one more time, tomorrow, from noon to 6 PM. If your mail is in the following box locations:

  • Wilshire location
  • Mayflower Loop location
  • Bay Vista boxes by Mayflower Loop

…please come to the club house and claim them. Remember to get the pedestal number off the box that is in the same position as your old box. Please bring ID and a mask. Starting Monday you will have to go to Premier to obtain your keys.

All mail was promised to be delivered today so your mail box will continue to fill up until you get your keys.

Thank you.

Scam Alert: Aptive Lawn Pest Control

Hello residents,

We had a salesperson in our neighborhood this evening trying to sign residents up for pest control under the company name of Aptive. The person gets into the neighborhood and then drives around on a hoverboard, door to door.

There are male and female salespeople, but they always drive around on a hoverboard to sign people up. The salespeople are dressed in polo shirts with the logo and khaki shorts or pants. They promise pest control for your yard and get a 3 month payment from a homeowner. But the service never gets done. 

If you try to contact the company, emails go unanswered and if you call them by phone they say they will only answer emails sent to them. This company is a scam. Do not get taken in by them.

The woman has been escorted out of Weston Hills, but if she comes back in (or any rep from Aptive) and you are asked to sign up for lawn pest control: 1) tell them soliciting is not allowed in the community and 2) call Irene on the HOA Board at 609-705-5733. She will have them kicked out of Weston Hills.

Thank you.

A Message From Premier Management

A message from our Property Management Company:

Good afternoon All Weston Hills Owners,

Please accept our apologies for the errors and confusion with billing and invoicing. I have confirmed with our accounting department that coupons were sent to each owner last week.  Hopefully they will arrive this week.

Meanwhile, please continue to make your payments to the association quarterly, so that late fees will not be assessed.  

All Late fees for this month will be waived as a COURTESY for the confusion.  See below about how you can make payments and where to send payments.

SET UP A ONE-TIME OR RECURRING PAYMENT USING CREDIT CARD

  •  Log into the new online portal at https://portal.premiermgmtcfl.com/
  • You can use your credit or debit card to set up payments by clicking on “Make a Payment”
  •  Please be advised the third-party payment processor will charge a fee to process credit card payments.

PAY BY PERSONAL BILL PAY SERVICE OR MANUAL CHECK

  • If you are using your bank’s online bill pay service, or a 3rd party bill pay service, please DELETE your existing payment setup and create a new one using your new account number and direct payment to your Association name with the following mailing address:

Weston Hills Homeowners Association, Inc.
PO BOX 25501
Miami, FL 33102-5501

I hope this will clarify some issues and help you with the process of making payments.

Have a Great Day!

**Until further notice I will be working remotely. With limited staff in our office and the influx of phone calls during this time, we encourage you to communicate via email for a more timely response. Thank you for your patience during this time.**

Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions and any member of our team will be happy to assist you. Thank you, have a wonderful blessed day, stay healthy and safe.

Alisha Ravidatt

Assistant Community Association Manager – Clermont Office

Premier Association Management of Central Florida, Inc.

Clermont Office:

375 E Highway 50,                                                          

Clermont, FL 34711

Phone: (352) 432-3312

Email: clermont@PremierMgmtCFL.com

Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8 AM to 5 PM

Lake Mary Office (Accounting):            

3112 W. Lake Mary Blvd. Lake Mary, FL 32746                         

Office: 407-333-7787 ~ Fax: 407-333-7767 

E-mail: accounting@PremierMgmtCFL.com

Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8 AM to 5 PM

Webpage: www.Premiermgmtcfl.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/premierassocmgmtcfl

Please visit our Website at www.premiermgmtcfl.com

Proudly offering personalized Association Management and Maintenance services to our clients.

Tree Removal at Entrance Tuesday the 25th

Residents,

Tomorrow, Tuesday May 26th, we are having a tree removed at the front gates on the exit side. Here is the statement from Premier Management & HOA Board:

Weston Community Members,

A tree will be removed at the front exit of our community on May 26, 2020.  We will begin early in the morning.  All access must be through the entrance side.  We will have helpers to coordinate and assist with this process.  We thank you in advance for your patience.

     Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions and any member of our team will be happy to assist you. Thank you have a wonderful blessed day, stay healthy and safe.

Volunteers will be out to help traffic coming in and out. Please drive carefully when approaching and leaving the community.

Florida Stay-At-Home Order: What You Can and Cannot Do

With the governor’s stay-at-home order going into effect tonight at 12:01 AM, some people may have questions as to what this allows. Below is information taken from the Orlando Sentinel article on the subject:

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ executive order mandating Floridians stay at home starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday contains exemptions for “essential services.” That list is extensive.

The order supersedes all local government shelter-in-place or stay home orders, although local governments can impose further restrictions as they deem appropriate.

Four of the “essential services” are explicitly defined in the order:

  • Attending religious services conducted in churches, synagogues and houses of worship
  • Participating in recreational activities (consistent with social distancing guidelines) such as walking, biking, hiking, fishing, hunting, running, or swimming
  • Taking care of pets
  • Caring for or otherwise assisting a loved one or friend

For other activities that qualify as essential services, the order leans on a list of exemptions that applied under the stay-home order in effect in Miami-Dade County.

Those include:

  • Healthcare providers, including, but not limited to, hospitals, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, urgent care centers, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, physical therapists, mental health professionals, psychiatrists, therapists, and pharmacies
  • Grocery stores, farmers’ markets, farm and produce stands, supermarkets, food banks, convenience stores, and other establishments engaged in the retail sale of canned food, dry goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, pet supply, fresh meats, fish, and poultry, and any other household consumer products (such as cleaning and personal care products)
  • Food cultivation, including farming, livestock, and fishing
  • Businesses that provide food, shelter, social services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals
  • Newspapers, television, radio, and other media services; gasoline stations and auto-supply, auto-repair, and related facilities
  • Banks and related financial institutions
  • Hardware stores
  • Contractors and other tradesmen, appliance repair personnel, exterminators, and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and other structures
  • Businesses providing mailing and shipping services, including post office boxes
  • Private colleges, trade schools, and technical colleges, but only as needed for online or distance learning
  • Laundromats, dry cleaners, and laundry service providers
  • Restaurants and other facilities that prepare and serve food, but limited to take-out and delivery service only
  • Schools and other entities providing free food services to students or members of the public may continue to do so on the condition that the food is provided to students or members of the public on a pick-up and takeaway basis only and the food isn’t consumed on site
  • Businesses that supply other essential businesses with the support or supplies necessary to operate, and which do not interact with the general public
  • Airlines, taxis, and other private transportation providers providing transportation services via automobile, truck, bus, or train
  • Home-based care for seniors, adults, or children
  • Assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and adult day care centers, and senior residential facilities
  • Professional services, such as legal or accounting services, when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities
  • Landscape and pool care businesses, including residential landscape and pool care services
  • Childcare facilities providing services that enable employees exempted in the order to work as permitted
  • Businesses operating at any airport, seaport, or other government facility, including parks and government offices
  • Logistics providers, including warehouses, trucking, consolidators, fumigators
  • Telecommunications providers, including sales of computer or telecommunications devices and the provision of home telecommunications
  • Provision of propane or natural gas
  • Office space and administrative support necessary to perform any other essential services
  • Open construction sites, irrespective of the type of building
  • Architectural, engineering, or land surveying services
  • Factories, manufacturing facilities, bottling plants, or other industrial uses
  • Waste management services, including collection and disposal of waste
  • Any business that is interacting with customers solely through electronic or telephonic means, and delivering products via mailing, shipping, or delivery services

All social distancing guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control should be followed even while venturing outside for “essential activities.”

“A social gathering in a public space is not an essential activity. Local jurisdictions shall ensure that groups of people greater than ten are not permitted to congregate in any public space,” the order states.

The order expires April 30.

 

Stay At Home Order Given by Florida Governor

Residents,
The Florida Governor has announced a “stay at home” order for the next 30 days starting Thursday night to stem the rise of coronavirus infections. Only essential travel should happen (work, food, medical care). Many of us have already been following these rules but it has been made official. This means the club house, pools, and playground will remain closed at least 30 more days.

Bear Hunt for the Kids

If you are walking the neighborhood for exercise with your children you will want to have them look out for bears and other stuffed animals in people’s windows. Feel free to add a stuffed bear or other critter to your front windows so kids passing by can spot them.

Thank you.

A Message From Our Management and HOA Board

To All Weston Hills Home Owners:

The Weston Hills HOA Board and Premier Association wish the safety of all our residents during this time. We understand that many of you are home and out of work. We will not be sending out any violations for March or April in order to not cause any further financial hardships. But please understand that you will need to continue with general maintenance of your home and yard. This includes mowing, edging, raking leaves and weed removal.

During this time it is important to maintain order in our community and comply with all the recommendations from the CDC. Please continue to enforce social distancing.

Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.