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PRESIDENT'S LETTER SPRING 2019

Dear Neighbors,

Last week, a meeting was held at the Skolnick Community Center to introduce the Palm Aire community to the Cordish Companies.  For those unfamiliar with them, the Cordish Companies are major property developers who currently are building the iconic “Guitar” hotel at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Dania.

 Eldorado Resorts, the new owners of the Isle Casino, have hired Cordish to develop 223 acres of their very extensive Isle property across the street from Palm Aire.  The final product is planned to include a mixed-use entertainment, hospitality and residential destination including a hotel and “new upscale retail and dining”.  Obviously, the magnitude of the project will have a significant impact on all of Palm Aire including our own Vizcaya.  We will keep you informed of the project as it develops.

While many of our snowbirds have left Vizcaya for their summer hiatus, we would like to encourage our year-round residents to attend our board meetings generally held on the third Tuesday of every month at 4:00 PM at the recreation center.  At our next meeting on May 21, we will adopt the new budget that you should have recently received copies on via the mail.

For those who have followed our saga with trying to remove the problem trees in front of Tower 3, we have finally prevailed in getting the trees removed only to find we have potential issues with the remaining tree stumps due to various utility services entwined within the roots.  We expect to resolve the matter in the next few weeks and then repair the root damaged sidewalks.  Sorry for any convenience the tree removal may have caused you.

Towards the end of next month, we will commence our annual tree trimming prior to the Hurricane season.  Ample notice will be given for moving vehicles from the immediate trimming area to avoid damages.

As always, please contact any of our board members if you have any questions, suggestions or problems pertaining to our Vizcaya home.

Lee Corson

President, Vizcaya at Palm Aire Association, Inc.


Updated 05/09/2019

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