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Clubhouse Purchase Finalized

The Concord Station CDD completed the purchase of the clubhouse and refinanced the original bonds in August 2016. Both of these actions will result in current and future savings for residents. The Board of Supervisors is actively working on improved maintenance for the Clubhouse amenities.

Adding the automatic Club Plan increase to the current Clubhouse fee without considering any changes to the operating & maintenance expenses, residents would have paid at least $862 in 2017 for the Clubhouse dues. Adding this amount to the CDD assessment shows that the total CDD assessment increase for the next fiscal year is about $100 per house. The Board of Supervisors has already approved the following:

  • Hire a dedicated maintenance person and provide a vehicle and shed for storage of maintenance supplies
  • Refurbish the 3 shade structures for the pool and park areas, including repairing and painting wooden supports and replacing the current covering with a “Cool Deck” material that is guaranteed to last 25 years without mildew or discoloration
  • Hire a new janitorial service for the Clubhouse
  • Professionally clean the Clubhouse tile and grout (completed)
  • Add rust prevention and maintenance for the Clubhouse property
  • Designate five ponds for fishing, stock with Bass and Blue Gill fish, and provide signage so that residents know which ponds allow fishing and which ponds prohibit fishing
  • Replace current fitness equipment with new commercial-grade equipment
  • Adopt rules and fees policies for use of Clubhouse amenities (completed)

The increased assessment will also be used to pay for the additional landscaping maintenance required for the newly built areas north of Mentmore and Sunlake Boulevard and between the schools and Mentmore, treatment for fire ants in all CDD-owned common areas, treatment for midge flies at applicable ponds, and rust prevention systems for irrigation water in the common areas. The CDD is continuing its contracts for the full-time Pasco County Deputy Sheriff, landscaping, and dog waste removal

The Board will be reviewing these and other proposals in the coming months:

  • Repair, clean, and paint all baseboards in Clubhouse
  • Repair the recently repaired basketball fence top bar that has been damaged again by someone climbing on it