Proposed Merger Memo

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Important Notice

“This week, all owners of lots within the Poinciana Community Development District (“PCDD”) and the Poinciana West Community Development District (“PWCDD”) received a mailed notice of an amenity assessment hearing to be held on September 5, 2018. The mailed notice is provided pursuant to Chapters 170, 190 and 197 of the Florida Statutes. Please remember […]

Status of Midge Treatment and Pond Maintenance

Midge Treatment: Clarke Environmental continues to perform all larval treatments on the problem ponds as often as the product label allows. They attempted to treat ponds E-3 and C-10 last Friday, but the severe weather prevented the work. The larval treatments have been rescheduled for Thursday, July 11th. Supplemental barrier treatments were performed on properties […]

Golf Cart Policy

To All Solivita Residents: In May of 2015, policies were approved by both the Poinciana CDD and Poinciana West CDD regarding prohibited uses of the District infrastructure. More specifically, the Boards would like to remind residents that use of golf carts on any pond bank, adjacent landscape buffer or any CDD property that is adjacent […]

Update on Purchase of AV Homes by Taylor Morrison

On June 7, 2018, Taylor Morrison Home Corporation (“Taylor Morrison”) announced that it and AV Homes, Inc. (“AV Homes”) have entered into a merger agreement whereby Taylor Morrison has agreed to acquire AV Homes. According to public statements made by the parties, the acquisition is currently planned to occur during the late third quarter or […]

Dick Kellogg

For those of you who may not be aware, the Poinciana CDD lost a valued board member on January 8. Dick Kellogg fought a valiant and courageous battle with cancer all while maintaining a positive and hopeful outlook. He served this board with dignity, and commitment to improving the lifestyle at Solivita, addressing the issues […]

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