Everyone who lives in Viera knows that we have HOA’s – lots of HOA’s. If you live in Viera, you are in at least two HOA’s (some neighborhoods have more). However, we also have special districts here in Viera that don’t get talked about nearly as much yet they encompass the majority of the acreage
If there is one ordinance/law that has always had the most flagrant and pervasive violations throughout my career in public service, it would have to be the illegal display of fireworks. And, I really do get it. They are fun, fascinating and awe-inspiring. They are also dangerous, illegal without the proper permits and a nuisance
I can’t believe I am actually going to do this, but, here goes. Let’s talk about poop. Specifically, dog poop. As many years as I have been working with HOA’s, I am still amazed that this topic is probably the #1 complaint at HOA meetings and to our management companies – dog owners not
Is it just me or does everyone else see themselves as a Master Gardner when they are walking through the Garden Center at Lowe’s? I see a rainbow of beautiful annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees and groundcover and I immediately picture myself planting them in my yard and being the envy of the whole neighborhood with
Since it’s springtime in Viera, we need to start talking about alligators and their presence/role in our ecology. As it warms and as mating season nears, we are going to start seeing more and more of them. I don’t know about you, but I love alligators. They are mysterious, majestic and fierce. I am fascinated
On February 28th, join Assistant County Manager Jim Liesenfelt on a bus ride and a free bagel/coffee!! Register today as space is limited!
Here is some great information from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission regarding prescribed burns. In Viera, we are required to burn about 1,000 acres a year so this information is very useful. Outta’ the Woods: FWC uses prescribed fire as best management tool for maintaining wildlife habitat Jan. 4, 2018 January “Outta’
I hope everyone enjoyed ringing in 2018 with their friends and families! End of the year activities in the HOA management world are not always as exciting, but they are very important. HOA’s in Viera spend the last couple of months of the year working through their budget workshops, annual members meetings, elections, board meetings
President’s Corner – December 2017 – Resolutions Is everyone in Viera looking forward to the cold front heading our way as much as I am?!? I so rarely get to wear my sweaters that I am having a hard time deciding which ones get all the glory for the few days this weather will be
Join County Commissioner Curt Smith and Sheriff Wayne Ivey on Thursday, January 18, 2018 as they discuss what is happening in Brevard County and District 4.