Amelia Walk Community Updates:

Alligators - The Florida Fish and Wildlife sent a local trapper to investigate several alligator sightings. After a few failed attempts, we were successful in trapping one 4 foot and one 7 foot alligator from the Amelia Walk waterways. We will continue to monitor this situation and have 4 permits that are active for the next 35 days. If you see an alligator please contact me immediately. It has also come to my attention that a possible resident had fed the alligators. Dumping of food or attempts to feed any wildlife is against Covenants and pose a danger to the community. Any resident found to violate this rule will be subject to fines by the HOA and/or local authorities. 

Drainage - Over the past few weeks I have received numerous emails, texts and phone calls in regards to standing water and possible drainage issues along the haul road. All comments, emails and pictures were passed on to the District's Engineer. During the CDD meeting Tuesday the CDD Board of Directors had taken measures to evaluate this situation and find a long term solution. Dan McCraine of McCraine & Associates and Liam O'Reilly of Green Point have been assigned to investigate any areas that may have drainage issues within the CDD community property. In the days and weeks to come I will forward a weekly update to the community about findings and progress on this topic. If you have questions or concerns please email me at