Board of Supervisors
Dennis Smith, Chair
Seat 1: (2014-2018)
Seat 2: (2014-2018)
Pat Asklar, Vice Chair
Seat 3: (2012-2016)
Kelly Rodriguez, Assistant Secretary
Seat 4: (2012-2016)
Dawn Khalil, Assistant Secretary
Seat 5: (2012-2016)
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Lock your car doors at night!
Pasco Sheriff's deputies are investigating numerous auto burglaries and stolen vehicles in the Meadow Pointe subdivision from last week. Three vehicles were reported stolen from the Meadow Pointe One subdivision. They were parked on driveways on Openfield Loop, Crooked Stick Court, and Dawn’s Break Point. Keys were in the cars.
There were12 auto burglaries in Meadow Pointe One on Openfield Loop, Brokenmead Court, and Glade Fern Court. All of the vehicles were parked in front of houses, and the vehicles had no forced entry (unlocked doors). There were four auto burglaries in Northwood Palms, off Sea Breeze Way and Caladesi Drive. Again, the vehicles were unlocked in front of houses. Finally, one auto burglary was reported in The Lakes at Northwood, off Yardley Drive. Again, the vehicle was unlocked in front of a house.
Possible suspects include three young males seen in area around 2:45 a.m. in the morning when they were observed stealing one of the cars.
Citizens are urged to always remove any valuables from their vehicle(s) and always lock the vehicle doors. Anyone who may have any additional information about these crimes is asked to contact the Pasco County Public Safety Communications Center at 727-847-8102.
As of October 1st, Pasco County will no longer pick up recycling in bags. All recycling must be in properly labeled bin or can. Recycling stickers can be found at the CDD Office.
Community Garage Sale – October 10th
The MP1 Community Garage Sale will be held on October 10 (Saturday) from 8 am to 2 pm. Residents in all eleven (11) villages are invited to participate and there is no cost. Goodwill will have a truck in the MP1 clubhouse parking lot for any unsold treasures from 9 am to 4 pm the day of our garage sale. Remember your trash could be someone’s treasure, and your goodwill donations help change lives!
Calling all Kids under 17 - The Meadow Pointe (1) CDD will conduct Youth Basketball Nights at our courts each Wednesday nights starting at 7 pm. The courts will be reserved for youth up to age 16 and will be supervised by volunteers from the community. This gives our youth the opportunity to play basketball without the presence of intimidating adults using the courts. If you would like to have your children participate, or would like to volunteer to supervise this activity, please contact the clubhouse.
Burning Regulations in Meadow Pointe
There have been recent incidents of residents burning various materials in their yards in Meadow Pointe. Open fires and fires in fire pits are hazardous. According to Florida Law, there are very specific rules on outdoor burning. These rules are outlined in a Pamphlet that is available here. You may report violations by contacting the Pasco County Sheriff’s non-emergency number (727) 847-8102.
Meadow Pointe Information Brochure
This brochure was updated January 2015 to inform Meadow Pointe I residents about all kinds of information about our community. This is being printed and sent to all MP1 households. Keep this handy for when you want to look up information off line, Or you can download it here.
MP1 Personal Training Sessions Available!
One of our residents, Angela Schaberg, owner of 2EliteFitness will now be conducting 1-on-1 personal training sessions in our gym! A wide variety of group and fitness classes such as Boot Camp, High Intensity and Aerobic Weight Training are a few classes coming soon! Call 813-830-1074, or Email 2EliteFitness today to set up a free health assessment.
Key Fobs Needed to Rent Space
Anyone wishing to reserve clubhouse rooms or the cabana need to purchase a MP1 key fob if they have not done so already. Also any resident that does not have a key fob and are expecting houseguests should purchase key fobs if they would like their guests to have access to the clubhouse during their visit.
Key Fobs are available for purchase for all residents 14 yrs and older in MP 1. Cost is $5 per fob for MP 1 residents. Acceptable method of payment is check or money order. Sorry, no cash.
Applications can be obtained in the MP 1 CDD Office or downloaded here. Please bring proof of residence, either driver license if owner showing current address, or driver license and title to home if newly purchased. Renters will need to provide driver license and lease.
Youths 14-17 wanting access to the facilities and currently have a MP1 ID card will need to have it updated and may also purchase key fobs if desired. Proof of age will need to be provided when either updating the card or updating card and purchasing a key fob. Acceptable forms for proof of age can be either a birth certificate, passport, permit or drivers license. For those that do not have a card and would like one for access to the gym, will need to have their parent or guardian complete a waiver for them and also provide proof of age. All guardians will need to show proof of guardianship.
Good Will & MP1
We have had complaints of people leaving old furniture and unwanted household items in the MP1 parking lot next to the Goodwill box. If it doesn't’t fit in the box, please take your donations to the Goodwill Store on 56.
Pick up of appliances. Did you know if you have a major appliance, working or non-working (not TVs or microwaves), Goodwill will come pick it up for free! Pickup days are normally on Sundays as long as you call by Saturday of that week. The phone number is 727-439-1905 and mention Goodwill when you call.