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DORAL LANDINGS - EAST

A COMMUNITY IN THE

CITY OF DORAL

MAINTAINING QUALITY OF

LIFE FOR ITS RESIDENTS AND CONSIDERED ONE OF THE BEST COMMUNITIES

IN THE CITY


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DORAL LANDINGS - EAST

OUR POOL IS ONE OF THE

BEST FOR THE

ENJOYMENT OF OUR

COMMUNITY


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MISSION STATEMENT

The Board of Directors of the Doral Landings Community Association is committed to perform the duties and obligations of the Association set forth by the Declaration and By-Laws, administer the interests of the Association, enhance the quality of life, health and safety of its residents, and to preserve the common welfare and property values of the community. Furthermore, the Board of Directors will conduct the business of the Association with honesty, integrity and a strict Code of Ethics, and will encourage the homeowners to take an active role in the affairs of the community.


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2005

THE YEAR OF RESILIENT

TESTING FOR OUR COMMUNITY

AND FOR THE HOMEOWNERS

OF DORAL LANDINGS


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2005

WAS ONE THE MOST

BRUTAL YEARS

IN HISTORY

FOR HURRICANES IN

SOUTHERN FLORIDA


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IN 2005,

SOUTHERN FLORIDA WAS

AFFECTED BY THE HURRICANES

KATRINA AND WILMA

AND THE ECONOMIC IMPACT TO

MANY COMMUNITIES , INCLUDING DORAL LANDINGS ,

WAS DEVASTATING


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THE FOLLOWING WILL SHOW

THE DAMAGES TO OUR

COMMUNITY OF

DORAL LANDINGS


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DORAL LANDINGS – EAST

HERE ARE SOME OF THE MAJOR DAMAGES CAUSED

BY HURRICANE WILMA TO

OUR COMMUNITYALONG

N.W. 114TH. AVENUE


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DORAL LANDINGS - EAST

DAMAGES CAUSED

BY HURRICANE WILMA AT

THE POOL AREA


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DORAL LANDINGS - EAST

DAMAGES CAUSED BY

THE HURRICANE WILMA

TO OUR COMMUNITY

ALONG 114th. AVENUE


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DORAL LANDINGS - EAST

SOME OF THE MAJOR

DAMAGES CAUSED

BY THE HURRICANES OUTSIDE OUR COMMUNITY.


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MANY HOMEOWNERS LOST POWER FOR SEVERAL DAYS AS A RESULT OF THE WIND FORCE OF

HURRICANES KATRINA AND

WILMA AND MOST OF THE

HOMEOWNERS EXPERIENCED

SOME TYPE OF DAMAGE TO

THEIR PROPERTIES


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IN SPITE OF THE ADVERSITIES RESULT OF THE WIND FORCE OF

WE ALL EXPERIENCED WITH

HURRICANES IN 2005

MANY GOOD THINGS

WERE ACCOMPLISHED


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DAYS OF FUN AT DORAL LANDINGS IN 2005

HALLOWEEN PARTY

EASTER PARTY

CHRISTMAS PARTY

MOTHER’S DAY

WINE TASTING PARTY


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Some Of 2005 Accomplishments 2005

  • Year to date December 2005, Doral Landings ended up with a

    surplus of $16,441. Financial Statement for 2005 is being audited

    as required by Law,

  • Painted the entrance and the rear gate exit walls, Guard House,

    Cabana and Gazebo. Pressure cleaned the roof of the Guard House,

    Cabana and Gazebo,

  • The entire lawn sprinkler system on the outside perimeter of the

    community was repaired, including the wiring associated with the

    zone valves,

  • Vandalized chain link fence on 50th. Street was repaired,

  • Repaired vandalized street signs,

  • Added picnic tables at the Gazebo area,

  • Replaced light fixture at the entrance of the community,

  • The web site was created as another tool to inform the

    homeowners. This Web Site contains forms, minutes of meetings,

    calendar of events and links. In the future, there will be a link to

    the Management Company for homeowners to have access to their

    accounts,

  • A quarterly newsletter was published.


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More Accomplishments in 2005 2005

  • New reserves were created to raise the amount from $28,766 to $46,257,

  • In the 2006 Budget, a new reserve was created “Storm Damage Clean Up” to deal with future Hurricane damages,

  • Due to lighting from the Hurricane Wilma, six cameras and other equipment burned out and were replaced to maintain security in our community. Also, Power Surge Protectors were installed,

  • Upgraded the software in the computer of the Guard House to improve data of the homeowners for faster access,

  • The easements of the community were cleaned three times during 2005,

  • Security Roving hours were increased to 28 hours per week,

  • In early 2005, reconstruction and upgrading of the entire pool deck, Jacuzzi area, playground, outer walk and Gazebo with pavers were completed.



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BUDGETED PROJECTS FOR 2006 2005

  • Replace the children playground equipment,

  • Repair asphalt pavement throughout the community, add one

    speed bump on 50th. Terrace and one on 112th. Court and

    improve the speed bump design to comply with the Fire

    Department requirements,

POTENTIAL PROJECTS IN 2006

  • Pool Heater Feasibility Study and the financial impact on the

    operating cost for the community,

  • An estimate to build 700 lineal feet of perimeter Concrete Wall

    was obtained from one contractor at $300,ooo plus,

  • Select new colors for the homes of Doral Landings.


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SPECIAL MEETING 2005

ON FEBRUARY 23, THE COMMUNITY WILL HOLD THE CITIZEN’S CRIME WATCH MEETING AT THE

POOL AREA WITH THE ATTENDANCE OF SGT. MANNY GONZALEZ OF THE DORAL POLICE

DEPARTMENT TO EXPLAIN HOW THE CITIZE’S

WATCH FUNCTION AND HE WILL PROVIDE HELPFUL TIPS ON HOW TO PREVENT CRIME AND

VANDALISM IN OUR COMMUNITY.

TENTATIVELY, MAYOR JUAN CARLOS BERMUDEZ WILL ATTEND THIS MEETING.


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HOMES OF DORAL 2005

LANDINGS COMMUNITY

ASSOCIATION

A COMMUNITY IN THE CITY OF DORAL

MAINTAINING QUALITY OF LIFE

FOR ITS RESIDENTS


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2005 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2005

  • Joaquin Cayon, President

  • Magaly Hamm, Secretary

  • Luis M. Puig, Treasurer

  • Michael A. Rodriguez, 1 st. Vice President

  • Louis Perez, 2 nd . Vice President


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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2005

THANKS EVERYONE IN OUR

COMMUNITY FOR THEIR

SUPPORT IN 2005


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