CONSERVATION and DRAINAGE EASEMENTS: Be careful not to touch
If you are new to the neighborhood or are just not aware, please note that the preserve areas around our neighborhood are almost all protected under conservation or drainage easements, granted to SML through permits with the State of Florida and the Army Corps of Engineers. Activity in these areas is SEVERELY RESTRICTED and enforcable BY LAW, as well as by the HOA through the Covenants & Restrictions. The bottom line is....Don't touch. At all.
No cutting, clearing, planting, dumping, building, mulching, etc. The areas are to remain COMPLETELY natural.
Preserve branches that grow over into your usable property can be cut back by you to the property line, but no further. If a tree in the preserve area has died and appears to pose a threat to your property, you are required to contact the HOA (Marsh Landing Management) to request a review and take-down. You may not take action on your own.
When in doubt about an area that borders your property, consult your appraisal/plot survey. The easement areas are noted. Thank you for taking time to understand our obligations with regards to these important and protected areas.
ASSOCIATION DUES - DUE JANUARY 1 & JULY 1 - PAY ON TIME - AVOID LATE FEES, COSTLY INTEREST & COLLECTION FEES