IMPERIAL HARBOR DEED OF RESTRICTIONS UPDATE***11/2014
The Civic Association Board has been tirelessly working this summer on updating our community Deed Of Restrictions (DOR). An edited version of the DOR was received from our attorney on November 6, 2014 is is being reviewed by the Board and will be presented to the membership at the December meeting. Because there are minor changes to the March DOR approved by the membership, it will need to be voted and approved at the January General Meeting. The changes reflect legal terminology amendments.
Our atty, Richard DeBoest, will be at our December General Meeting at 1:00 P.M. at the Harbor Club.
Please plan to attend this meeting to hear more about our progress and plans for implementing the new DOR. ALL RESIDENTS ARE INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. Atty. DeBoest has requested any questions be presented to him before the meeting to reduce time (and dollars) at this meeting. Please write your questions and submit them to any Board member or email to us at this website. We recognize this time is limiting but we need to comply with his request. All questions and attorney responses will be published on this website after the meeting.
The Association cannot fully function to keep our community a safe and desirable place to live unless we have membership. Contact one of our Civic Association board members for an Application Form or click here
for a form which you can print, fill-out, and mail to the Civic Association .
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CIVIC ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
The 2014/2015 season is upon us and The Civic Associations continues to work in the behalf of all residents of Imperial Harbor. Please consider being a part of the association this season and help to make a STRONG COMMUNITY! Complete your Membership Application today.......Click Here for your copy
A new article by Norma Jean Singleton can be found on "Our Residents Speak" page. It will bring back memories of Thanksgiving days. Simply click on the blue lettering for easy access. Thank you Norma Jean.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL IMPERIAL HARBOR RESIDENTS
Lee County Ordinance NO. 11-27, Section 3, Paragraph 7
Can or Garbage Receptacle shall mean and include any steel, plastic, aluminum, or galvanized receptacle or refuse bin and may be of a design that allows for easy lifting with two (2) handles and of not more than 40 gallon capacity or fifty (50) pounds in weight. These receptacles shall have tight fitting lids. Such receptacles can pertain to either residential or commercial application. Plastic bags of heavy mil construction will also constitute a garbage receptacle for purposes of the Ordinance.
The Lee County Solid Waste Division has reminded IH of the County Ordinance regarding trash receptacles shown above. Please be sure your trash conainers comply as described to avoid disruption of service and potential fines.
Pueblo Bonito was previously put on notice and non-compliant residents are now being fined. We are trying to advise everyone but please tell your neighbor of the ordinance if they are not aware of the rules. Non-compliant Imperial Harbor residents have also received warnings.
The Civic Association of Imperial Harbor, Inc.
The city of Bonita Springs has launched a trap-neuter-return program
. This free program provides a voucher for residents to use for feral (wild) cats in their neighborhood. Humane cat traps can be obtained from the Old 41 Veterinary and emergency clinic located at 28380 Old 41 Rd., suite B. The cats are brought to the clinic where Dr. Hakim Hamici, DVM, will sterilize, microchip and rabies vaccinate. The cats will then be picked up and returned to their neighborhood. To arrange for a trap, call the Old 41 clinic at 239-498-5591. For more information on the program, call City Hall at 239-949-6262