Message from the President - August 2022
Happy summer to all! Soon, it will be time for back-to-school shopping, bus stops, and speed zones.
On August 31st, please join us at Wunderbar for the monthly SRHOA meeting…it promises to be a great evening of food, fun, and friendship. Guests from South Florida Water Management will join us.
Details will be provided during the month, so please check the SRHOA email and Facebook accounts.
NEWS FOR THIS MONTH
Senator Wasserman Schultz has secured $600,000 for the Town which will go towards improvements at the Green Meadows Sanctuary (pavilion, rest room amenities, etc.).
Thank you to all who have supported the town’s scholarship fund. Through our collective efforts, 19 students received $2,500 each towards the upcoming college year. Your generosity speaks volumes.
It is important we document complaints concerning Airbnb violations, loud party infractions, scam concerns, etc. DPD can use this information, along with the town, to put a stop to the problems. It is important we are diligent and persistent.
John Wegmann, son of our very own Marnette Wegmann, has qualified for the US Senior Amateur Golf Championship on July 14 at Eagle Creek G.C. with a 71. He can now go to the National Championship representing Florida. He was Co-Medalist in the event. Congratulations, John!
DPD would like to encourage us to download the Saferwatch app. This is a great phone application for promoting community and individual safety. For more information, please visit https://www.saferwatchapp.com/davie/
Finally, please keep informed with developments regarding the 40-acre property at the corner of Hancock and Griffin. Your SRHOA board remains diligent in providing you, our residents, the latest and most accurate information regarding future plans and construction.
Support Southwest Ranches’ Certified Community Habitat status by certifying your own backyard through the National Wildlife Federation’s backyard habitat program…it is easy, plus you may purchase and proudly display a certification sign. Go to nwf.org/certifiedwildlifehabitat today to certify.
Plant of the month: Cassia
This yellow beauty provides nectar to a variety of pollinator species. The subsequent seed pods produced are beneficial to many varieties of birds.
Mayor Breitkreuz’s next “Q & A with Mayor Breitkreuz,” along with the SWR Farmers’ Market, will resume in September. We ask you stay connected for updates.
Remember, the Council meets face-to-face at Town Hall on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month. Occasionally, dates may change. Please check the Southwest Rancher and/or www.southwestranches.org for meeting dates, times, and agendas. Internet viewing is also an option, just go to your YouTube connection and type “Town of Southwest Ranches Official Channel.”
We regrettably announce the passing of town employee Sandy Luongo. Knowing Sandy was definitely one of life’s many joys…she will be dearly missed.
As always be safe, be happy, and be loved.