Upcoming CDD Meeting Agendas
The agendas for the upcoming meeting agendas are usually posted the week before the Cheval West Community Development District (CWCDD) meetings.
Upcoming CDD Meeting Agenda
CDD Board Elections 2016
During the general election in November, 2016, three seats will be open for election. The term is for four years and the supervisors will serve from November of 2016 until October of 2020.
Q: What is the process for getting your name on the ballot?
A: The process for election is determined by the statues of the State of Florida. Qualifying for all candidates (not just CDD) begins on June 20, 2016, and ends on June 24, 2016. Applications may be submitted up to 14 days prior to June 20, 2016 , but will not be accepted after that date.
Q: Is there a cost for applying?
A: Yes. Candidates may either pay a $25 filing fee or collect 25 signatures from “registered voters within the district”. Property owners who have not registered using a Cheval West address are not qualified to sign the petition for a candidate.
Q: How can residents obtain an application form?
A: You may obtain the Application Form and other information by calling the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Candidate Liaison, Chelsea Campbell at 813-384-3941. Packages will be available one month prior to the qualifying period (approximately May 20, 2016
For the most accurate information concerning the election process please go directly to the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections website at www.votehillsborough.org or call them at 813-744-5900.
Barcode Not Working?
Two resolutions were proposed and unanimously approved by residents which may be the cause of your barcode not working. The first was to allow the deactivation of all barcodes associated to an address which has not paid their annual homeowner association dues. These dues are currently $130.00 a year and are due by January 1st of EACH year. If a resident does not pay this homeowner association fee then EVERY barcode assigned to that address will be deactivated starting in April. Once the full amount due (including late fees and if necessary attorney fees) then new bar codes can be issued for a $15 fee per vehicle.
The second resolution that was passed was for any unpaid fine that a homeowner may have. If a homeowner has not paid a fine then the same deactivation policy and new bar code fee will apply as stated above.
If your bar code is not working then you should call Shelly Bramm from Greenacre Properties at 813-936-4160 or Email her at email@example.com to make sure you don't have an outstanding fine or past due homeowner association dues.
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