There are several matters to highlight as we begin 2014, one of which is Lake Vista’s 75th Anniversary. The board and a volunteer committee are planning a gala to commemorate this milestone. Chief goals of this event include a fun time for all residents and to raise funds that will support our efforts to treat the oaks in our parks. Some have termites; others simply need trimming and maintenance. Included in the newsletter is an update from our Beautification Committee that details what is needed. If you would like to volunteer on the gala committee, become a sponsor of the gala or adopt one of the oaks, please email me at L2media@cox.net.
Other issues your board is working on include:
As with any neighborhood organization, input from the homeowners is valuable. Please monitor the website, lakevistapropertyowners.com, join nextdoor.com, another connection opportunity, or email the board. All of the addresses are beneath this letter. In addition to your input, we welcome volunteers for beautification, special events, stuffing envelopes for mailing or becoming a block captain to distribute the newsletter and other important information.
Board of Directors:
Lynn Long, President
Stephen D. Villavaso, 1st Vice President
Matthew Sherman, 2nd Vice President
Yolande Bernard, Treasurer
Stephanie Hilferty, Corresponding Secretary
Karen Swift, Recording Secretary
Bob Romero, Board at Large
Bill Edelman, Board at Large
Jennifer Warden Herbert, Board at Large
Chris Miller, Board at Large
Jim Kerrin. Board at Large
Beautification Committee Members:
Lake Vista Zoning - Permitted land use in Lake Vista, 30% maximum lot coverage, required setbacks, fencing, and other restrictions that are part of the Lake Vista Building Restrictions, were incorporated into the City's Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance under the Lake Vista chapters of the Lake Area Zoning Ordinance on October 18, 2007.Lake Vista Garden Club Blog
We have a new Garden Club blog where you can stay up-to-date on upcoming events and leave comments for your fellow club members. Click here to view the blog.
In an effort to improve the quality of life in Lake Vista, the LVPOA is pleased to provide the 3rd District Police "Hot Sheet". Hot sheets are to be used to identify those areas where illegal activities have occurred or potential problems exist. Items to be reported using the Hot Sheet are:
Street Lighting Issues
You may also include any other issue which effects our quality of life. Click on the following link to download the form which should be completed and faxed to the 3rd District Police number listed on the form.