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>>>A Deed-Restricted Single-Family Home Gated Community in Central Florida<<<
HOMEOWNERS - Questions? Contact Ramona Leccese, Property Manager
rleccese@sentrymgt.com   or   407-788-6700  ext. 51406
 
RENTAL PROPERTY INVESTORS - LEGAL NOTICE
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 9, 2014, any home purchased after this date can only be purchased for single family home occupancy use by the new owner (ABSOLUTELY NO RENTALS). 
 
FOR REALTORS ONLY - need gate access to show "For Sale" inventory to prospective buyers?
Contact: Ramona Leccese, Property Manager at 407-788-6700 ext. 51406
 
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Latest News
Construction on the Septic to Sewer Project Underway
Posted on Sep 22, 2021
As you have probably seen, construction has begun on the Septic to Sewer project this week.  The contractor will close access to the Welch Road Gate and Northfield Drive on Thursday.  We are sorry for any inconvenience.  
 
Also, the construction project sign was placed just north of the Wekiva Road Main Entrance.
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Next Community Garage Sale
Posted on Sep 19, 2021
The next Sweetwater West garage sale is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, October 8 and 9, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Food Trucks Coming September 10 at 5 p.m.
Posted on Sep 1, 2021
Food trucks are coming to the neighborhood Friday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m. They will be at Silver Valley Court off Long Hill Drive. For details, view this PDF.
Septic Tank Retrofit Project License Agreement: Notary Event Tuesday, Aug. 17
Posted on Aug 16, 2021
To all residents:
 
You should have received the flyer regarding the "Septic Tank Retrofit Project" and the "License Agreement for Contractor to enter lands to connect residences to public Utility Systems."
 
Since the License Agreement must be signed and notarized, we are providing a notary for your convenience on Tuesday, August 17, from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.  The notary will be located at the intersection of Sweetwater West Circle and Northfield Drive.
 
A question was raised at last week's Board Meeting regarding properties held in joint tenancy requiring multiple signatures.  The answer is only one signature is required.
The Board thanks you for your cooperation.
 
Regards,
Bob Richcreek
SWW HOA Board President
Residents Meeting 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 28
Posted on Jun 16, 2021
An important meeting for all residents will be held virtually on Monday, June 28, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.
 
Orange County Commissioner District 2 Christine Moore, the Orange County Utilities Engineering staff, and the contractor for our septic-to-sewer conversion project will explain what to expect during the upcoming initial phase.  In order to attend the Webex virtual meeting, please click on this link:
 
 
If you have any questions prior to the meeting, call Cmsr. Moore at 407.836.5850.
Orange County Sheriff Patrols in the Community
Posted on May 24, 2021
Dear Residents:
 
With some reluctance, the Board has reinstated the Orange County Sheriff Patrols in our Community. These Officers will be issuing citations to offenders. The Board has received additional complaints of speeding and ignoring stop signs.
 
We ask that all residents adhere to the 25 MPH speed limit and obey stop signs.  
 
Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
 
Regards,
 
SWW HOA Board
Sweetwater West Under Construction: March Update
Posted on Mar 9, 2021
Dear Residents:
 
Your Board has been busy in the last months of 2020 and the first three months of 2021.  
 
You have doubtlessly noticed the new retaining wall, new plantings and the removal of dead pine and oak trees along Sweetwater Country Club Drive.  We have added rock at the end of several of the islands because mulch would wash away.  We also removed  the dead ear tree, adjacent to the Welch Road gate and the large diseased oak tree that had been struck by lightning behind Barnwood Circle. We also trimmed the trees along the Welch Road wall.
 
I hope you enjoyed our new Christmas decorations as well.
 
Our next project, expected to start this week, is the restoration and painting of the Welch Road wall and gates, the Wekiwa Road gates  and restoration of the Wekiwa Road Entrance walls and center column.  The community signs at the Wekiwa and Welch Road entrances will be also be replaced.
 
The curbs, gutters and sidewalks on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive are also going to be pressure washed. 
 
Some of these projects  may cause a disruption to the traffic flow for a short period of time.  We apologize for any inconvenience.
 
Bob Richcreek
President
Referendum Passed
Posted on Dec 29, 2020
The septic-to-sewer project referendum passed with 155 yes votes. Construction on this $10.088-million project is scheduled to begin in June 2021. As previously announced, the homeowners contribution to the project is $6,000 per property. The next step in the project is the establishment of a MSBU (Municipal Service Benefit Unit). This determines how property owners pay the $6,000, either a single payment or over 10 years with payments added to their property tax bills.
Funding Approved for Septic to Sewer Conversion
Posted on Oct 16, 2020
Commissioner Christine Moore has announced funding for the septic to sewer project in Sweetwater West was approved (see below).
 
From: Commissioner Christine Moore
Subject:We have received funding from the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection!
 
Good afternoon Sweetwater West residents. I have very good news to share!

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) leadership contacted me today to let me know they will provide $4.3 million for the septic-to-sewer conversion in your subdivision. This means we can proceed now with conversion, if you choose to vote in favor of doing so.

Some of you were here this past Tuesday at a friendly picket at the Orange County Administration Building urging the FDEP to provide the money. Your persistence and dedication worked. My office will be in touch very soon regarding the next step. Thank you again.

Sincerely,
 
Christine Moore
Orange County Commissioner District 2
Sweetwater West HOA Coordination Meeting Presentation Aug. 27, 2020
Posted on Sep 9, 2020
A print-friendly PDF of the Sweetwater West HOA Coordination Meeting presentation on Aug. 27, 2020, is accessible here.

     

 


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