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Generally, the HOA has its annual membership meeting and election of officers and directors for the calendar year in early February. But this year will be different due to necessary Corona Virus protocols.
So that members can still vote, the proposed slate of officers and directors, as developed over several weeks by the nominating committee, is listed at the bottom of this post.
Our by-laws provide that only members who have paid their annual dues ($30) are entitled to vote. So, we ask that members entitled to vote review the slate and send an email with your name and the word “approve” if you vote for the slate. If you choose to not vote for the slate, you may so indicate. The deadline to vote is 5:00 pm on Feb. 5, 2021. The results of the vote will be announced at the Board meeting on February 10, 2021.
Renew or register today at www.skyhighhomes.com to pay 2021 dues and become a member of our HOA.
Sky Lake – Highland Lakes Area Homeowners Association
HOA 2021 Slate of Officers and Directors:
Rick Schermer – President
Mort Braverman – Vice President
Bill Clayton – Vice President
Marc Frankel – Vice President
Marc Hurwitz – Immediate Past President
Freyda Hyman – Secretary
Jacky Needelman – Vice President
David Promoff – Treasurer
Stephanie Ruiz – Vice President
Brenda Auerbach – Board
Erica Chao – Board
Sharon Curtis – Board
Howard Fine – Board
Doron Friedlander – Board
Philip Holcman – Board
Madeline Langbaum – Board
Max Lichy – Board
Dailyn Mills – Board
Enrique Muller – Board
Leigh Needelman – Board
Cathy Pieters – Board
Norman Pieters – Board
Aaron Rubin – Board
Marilyn Santiago – Board
Cyd Sinai – Board
Ahuva Stadtlander – Board
Bob Weisblum – Board
This project is scheduled to begin in February 2021 and is anticipated to be completed by August 2021. For more information, please see the attached DTPW Fact Sheet for Upcoming Drainage Improvement Project #20200233 WO#1 (NE 20 Ct from NE 206 Terr to Ives Dairy Rd and NE 20 Ct from NE 201 Terr to NE 199 St).
Join the HOA for the upcoming 2021 year now and get the rest of 2020 included! Click to download the 2021 HOA Membership Application, fill it out and submit it to the address, or by email, listed on the form. We can’t wait to have you!
This project is scheduled to begin November 2020 and is anticipated to be completed by February 2021. For more information, please see the attached DTPW Fact Sheet for Upcoming Roadway Resurfacing Project 20190211/Work Order No. 7 (NE 21 Ave from NE 185 Terr to NE 191 St). We would like to thank Miami Dade County and the City of North Miami Beach for working together on this joint project.
Upcoming Sidewalk Improvement Project # 20190286 WO3 (NE 203 St to NE 207 St from NE 22 Pl to Highland Lakes Blvd). This project is scheduled to begin September 2020 and is anticipated to be completed by October 2020. For more information, please see the attached DTPW Fact Sheet for Upcoming Sidewalk Improvement Project # 20190286 WO3 (NE 203 St to NE 207 St from NE 22 Pl to Highland Lakes Blvd).
The Sky Lake – Highland Lakes Area HOA will be holding a short term rental task force follow up zoom meeting this coming Thursday night, 7/23/20, at 7pm. There are new developments we would like to share with the community. Representatives from MDPD and Miami Dade County will taking part in this discussion.
Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation.
Please continue to report any short term rental properties that are in violation of the current Miami Dade County executive order, which bans parties and rentals of less than 30 days to Code Enforcement by calling 311 and MDPD non-emergency number 305-476-5423.
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If you haven’t already paid your 2020 dues its not too late! You can always renew online. Please help spread the word about this meeting to your friends and neighbors who might not be on social media. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
Join a Zoom candidate forum on Tuesday, July 21st at 7pm to hear from the 5 candidates running to fill the District 3 Miami Dade County School Board seat.
Even if your children are grown, or go to different schools, it is to everyone’s benefit that our school board member represents us and our community. Best schools = best neighborhoods. The election will be held on August 18th. Hear from all candidates at this special Zoom Event on July 21st to help you make an informed decision.
This event is hosted by Krop High School PTSA, Highland Oaks Middle School PTSA, Aventura Waterways K-8 PTSA, Virginia A. Boone Highland Oaks Elementary PTA, Ojus Elementary PTA.
Ari Odzer from NBC6 will moderate the forum, which will include questions from the public. Please email your questions for the candidates as soon as possible to email@example.com
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This event is open to all. You can check the list below to determine if your child’s school is in District 3 – we hope to see you there!
District 3 Schools
Senior High Schools
Adult / Community Schools
While our community has numerous short term rental listings, with most owners and renters abiding by the Miami Dade County regulations, some of these rentals are operating outside the guidelines and are severely impacting the quality of life for the surrounding neighbors. As of late, there have been numerous complaints regarding properties being rented throughout the area.
The HOA has tried to work with numerous county agencies to remedy this situation, but the response has not been as effective as it needs to be.
As a result of our conversations, we are recommending the following guidelines as a multi-faceted approach. The commissioners’ office has stated that it will assist in addressing these concerns. We are recommending that all correspondence be copied to Commissioner Heyman’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Report any complaint to code enforcement listing all the issues. We recommend that you do this via email at email@example.com. You can also download the Miami Dade County 311Direct app and do this via your phone. When reporting your complaint via the app, it gives you the ability to attach photos showing excess cars, trash, or any other issues. This ensures a documented record of your complaint. We are also recommending that you copy your email to firstname.lastname@example.org. She is the point person from code compliance who will address these rental issues.
If a rental unit is registered with the county it should have a Certificate of Use (C/U) posted on the property. You can also check https://w85exp.miamidade.gov/certificatInqWeb/get_cert_for_view.jsp
to see if they are registered. If not, attach in your complaint that it is not registered with the county and out of compliance.
Please call the police non-emergency line at 305-4POLICE to address noise complaints, large crowds, loud or paid admission parties, or any other safety concern. There are no restrictions on time or day for noise complaints. You should insist that you be furnished with a case number to document your concerns showing the police responded. Furnish this case number when forwarding to Cindy Hoskins’ office.
We are hoping the above recommendations help address and eliminate these quality of life issues in our community. A short term rental listing can be removed, but only by the county after failing to comply with established regulations. The following link show all regulations and fines dealing with these rentals. https://www.miamidade.gov/building/standards/residential-short-term-vacation-rentals.asp
We are also forming a committee to take on the issue of short term rentals in the community. Please email me at email@example.com if you would like to join.