District Supervisors:


Lewis Horn, Vice-Chair

Barry Shore, Secretary

Fred Bourdin, Treasurer

John Hall, III, Supervisor

New Landscaping Company Begins Operations
District Officials:
Jim J. Mullen, Jr., District Engineer

Dennis E. Lyles,
District Attorney

Irving Rosenbaum, District Manager

Inquiries and Correspondence:

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New Community Strategies
4801-253 South University Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33328-3839

The Board Of Supervisors has engaged a new company to take over the Landscaping in Coral Bay. Superior Landscaping was chosen as the lowest responsive bidder and will begin catching up on many outstanding needs. The former company will complete some tree trimming of palm fronds and coconuts. In addition to grass and plant maintenance, the landscaping company is also responsible for the district's irrigation system.
If you notice any irrigation or landscaping problems, please contact the district manager at the phone number found at the left of this article.
We will be addressing some of the areas of concern that have been brought to our attention during the last few weeks.
We look forward to working with Superior to maintain and improve the appearance of Coral Bay.
New District Manager Appointed
Dr. Rosenbaum's public service activities include serving as Chairman of the Broward County Higher Education Facilities Authority, on the State of Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council, and as a member of the Broward County Charter Review Commission. Dr. Rosenbaum is the author of Fixin' City Hall: Entrepreneurial Solutions for a Municipal Makeover (1993). Dr. Rosenbaum is Assistant Vice Chancellor for Professional Affairs at the Health Professions Division of Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Rosenbaum has been teaching at NSU and other universities since since1976 and directed of the Center for Entrepreneurship at the University's School of Business from 1994 to 1996.

Christopher Wallace has over 23 years experience with Governmental Agencies, serving 17 years as a Director of Budget and Finance.

At its April meeting, the Board of Supervisors appointed New Community Strategies (NCS) as the new district manager to oversee the operations and management of the Coral Bay Community development district.
NCS will operate as co-managers thru June with the current District Manager, Leigh Hoffman, of Alliance Property Systems.
NCS principals Dr. Irving Rosenbaum and Christopher Wallace come to Coral Bay with extensive experience in local government management.
Dr. Rosenbaum's experience in local government management spans nearly a quarter century. He has worked as a consultant for a number of cities, special government districts, and corporations. Dr. Rosenbaum has been City Manager for the cities of Hollywood, Davie, and Lauderhill, and is extensively familiar with Community Development Districts.

He has received several awards for Financial Statement presentations, was a charter member of the Government Finance Officer's Association (GFOA) Budget Review program and holds over 16 certificates in specialized education and training relevant to government operations and cost studies. Mr. Wallace has extensive experience in all aspects of procurement and contract administration.
Coral bay Community development district is a political subdivision of the state of florida. It is considered a unit of local government
Pool Area Bathrooms locked after hours
Vandalism costs each homeowner money annually in repairs and security.
Due to mischief and acts of vandalism, the three pool area restrooms will be deadbolt locked after 10pm each night. The District has spent thousands of your hard earned dollars cleaning up and repairing damage in these areas over the past few
months. Also, unseemly activity has occurred and the board of supervisor's is concerned for the safety of all Coral Bay Residents. Please report vandalism to the district Manager.
Inbound Gates and guardhouse start june 15th
The District has been busy working out minor technical issues with the gating system and they will be operational on June 15th. The District will have a guard on duty 24 hours a day at the guardhouse.
We will be putting speed bumps in at about the same time the gates will be operational. Before we can place speed bumps on our roads, we must get a permit from the city of margate. The city is currently developing its own city-wide rules for speed bumps, so the permit will be delayed until margate finalizes its rules.
The city is concerned about the effect speed bumps have on emergency vehicles, particularly fire and rescue vehicles.
Proper signage and markings will be required and the district has planned for this in its decision to place these speed bumps near the gates.
Speed bumps are being placed in the community to reduce the speeding that sometimes occurs. Also, some drivers are approaching the outbound gates too fast and are damaging the gate arms.

Speed Bumps will be installed in coordination with gate activation. It is hoped that this will reduce speeding and damage to the gates by impatient drivers
Using Your gate pass: Do's and don'ts
The electronic gate pass is really a kind of radio transmitter that emits a special code to a receiver that validates your pass and allows you to enter. It also records your entry and exit from the community.
The system is designed to prevent stray signals from affecting the gate operation. Here are some suggestions to help you when using the electronic gate pass:
DO try to place your gate pass on the upper left edge of your windshield about 2 inches from both edges of your vehicle.
DO enter the community through the proper gates. The proper gate is the one that has the square receiver on the LEFT side of the vehicle.
Follow the instructions on the signs before each gate.
DO approach the gate slowly.
DON'T hold the pass with your hand or wave it around. This is not as effective as placing the device on your vehicle.
DON'T use the wrong lane for entering the community. It is not likely that the pass will work in the wrong lane.
DON'T presume that the pass will work like the Turnpike Sun Pass™
system. That system is designed for speeds much greater than our community needs.
DON'T hit the gate in frustration. It only costs all residents money.

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Village Homeowner's Associations
Coral Bay has 7 independently controlled homeowner's associations. These associations insure that restrictive covenants are followed by property owners. These boards meet at different times and property owners are encouraged to attend the meetings. For more information, call the contact information below for your neighborhood.

oThe Cape Meets the first Thursday of each month at 7:30pm. Contact James R. Miles of Consolidated Community Management (954) 341-7500

oFay's Cove meets the first Monday of each month at 7:30pm. Contact Leigh Hoffman of Alliance Property Systems (954) 724-2001 x3.

oIndian Key is scheduled to meet on June 27th at 7Pm. Contact Chris marino of Integrity Property Management (954) 346-0677 x107.

oIslamorada meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm. Contact Glen Stout of Sundance Property Management (954) 255-6888 x222.

oLas Brisas meets bi-monthly (Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Oct and Dec) on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm. The Annual Meeting is held in January. Contact Leigh Hoffman of Alliance Property Systems (954) 724-2001 x3

oLas Brisas Del Mar meets the third Tuesday of each month with times to be announced. Contact Leigh Hoffman of Alliance Property Systems (954) 724-2001 x3.

oMallory Harbor meets the third Thursday of each month at 7:00pm. Contact glen stout of Sundance Property Management (954) 255-6888 x 222

oPort Antigua meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Contact Leigh Hoffman of Alliance Property Systems (954) 724-2001 x3.

New Community Strategies
District Manager
4801-253 University
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328-3839









Gate and Pool Keys Update
The Guardhouse will be opened on June 15th and the gate arms will be lowered at that time. The Coral Bay Volunteers have taken over the tasks of registering residents for electronic key passes for the community entry. Pool keys will continue to be issued by the district manager. the Volunteers will now be available twice a week to assist residents Gate passes. Just go by the Club House on Thursday's from 5pm-7pm or Saturday mornings from 10am-12pm. If you haven't already received electronic gate keys, or
if you need additional passes, you can pick up the necessary forms from the volunteers at their clubhouse office.
Each household is entitled to one electronic gate key Additional gate Keys are $30. The volunteers will accept Checks or Money Orders only. Sorry, no cash or credits cards are accepted.
Pool keys can be used at all coral bay pools. Keys are $7 and can be obtained by sending the completed forms to the district manager at the address to the left of this article.












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