Beacon Pressure Washing company will be on sight starting Tuesday, May 12th, to pressure wash the I-95 wall.
Weather permitting, we anticipate 2 to 3 days total for the job to wash the entire wall.
For the 42 homeowners that live along the wall, Beacon has requested permission to access the wall via easement through the side yards in order to complete the job.
Should you have any questions, please contact Darcie Madison at 321-549-0956 or by email to [email protected]
Thank you for your understanding and patience during this process.
Please continue to practice social distancing while using the common areas within Strom Park.
It is recommended to bring disinfectant wipes to the park to clean before and after personal use.
The splash pad is temporarily closed and the water has been turned off. The bases of the monuments are cracked and a work order has been initiated to fix. Please avoid this area altogether to avoid personal injury and additional damage to the monuments making the repair cost more expensive.
Stay safe, stay healthy, we will get through this period together!
Strom Park Annual meeting scheduled for March 24th is postponed due to the COVID-19 closures.
A later date to be determined will be communicated appropriately when established
Neighborhood landscape inspection on Wednesday the 11th starting at 10:30am
Below is a new schedule that Paradise lawns has provided us for expected services for the month.
Strom Park Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting
MEETING DATE: Tuesday, March 24, 2020
MEETING TIME: 6:30 PM (sign in starts at 6:00 PM)
PLACE: Brevard County Government Center – Florida Room
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera FL 32940
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MEETING is to elect two (2) directors to the Strom Park
Neighborhood Association Board of Directors to serve two (2) year terms and to conduct any
other Association membership business as stated on the agenda.
In order to hold the meeting of the members, a required quorum of 10% of the members must
be established either by attendance in person at the meeting or by proxy. If you are unable to
attend the meeting, it is very important for you to complete and return the proxy that was mailed
in the first mailing.
We have only received one Notice of Intent to Be A Candidate by the February 27, 2020
deadline established in the first mailing. That Candidate Information sheet can be viewed below.
Having received only one Intent for the two open seats, there is no
ballot to be included in the mailing. However, nominations will also be taken from the floor the night
of the meeting.
Call to Order
Proof of Meeting Notice
Certification of Membership Quorum
Disposal of Prior Membership Meeting Minutes
Introduction of Candidates
A Board of Directors meeting will be held immediately following the Annual Membership
meeting or within 10 days of this meeting. The main purpose of the meeting will be to
establish officer positions on the Board and other Board business as needed.
I, Anthony Balzanto, hereby place my name in nomination as a candidate for the Board of Directors of the Strom Park Neighborhood Association, Inc. for the Annual Election to take place in 2020.
PERSONAL BACKGROUND: I am originally from the Chicago suburbs. I came to Viera in February of 2016 with my wife Michelle and daughter, Alyssa, who currently attends Flagler College in St. Augustine. What brought me to Viera was a change of careers in late 2015. Prior to landing in Viera, I was a police detective in a large Chicago suburb. I retired from the PD in late 2015 for an opportunity to relocate to Florida (I'm not fond of being cold) and shift into a private sector career in the digital forensic/cybersecurity industry. I currently manage a team of digital forensic analysts for a major telecommunications company.
During my time away from work, I enjoy photography, exploring Florida on my Harley Davidson and lanai cooking on the Big Green Egg. Michelle and I also enjoy checking out the local restaurants and events and traveling to new places.
PRIOR ASSOCIATION EXPERIENCE: At a prior residence, I was a board member of our HOA for two terms. I did not seek a third term due to knowing we would be moving the following year. I served as the treasurer and worked closely with the management company in reviewing bids, budgets, expenses and other related items in addition to the varied issues that would come up to the board.
Strom Park common areas will be pressure cleaned on Wednesday, 2/26, per the approval at the board meeting on 2/12.
Areas to be cleaned are as follows:
Strom Park HOA meeting will be Wednesday, Feb.12th, at 630pm at the Woodside park pavilion.
Nominations for election to the Board of Directors are now being accepted. We will soon be having our annual offsite meeting where election results will be communicated. Dates are still to be determined based on schedules and building space availability. Date and location will be announced as soon as possible in accordance to our bylaws.
The HOA will accept as many nominations for election to the Board of Directors as it shall in its discretion determine, but in no event less than the number of positions to be filled.
Nominations can be sent directly to Leland Management.
Dear Strom Park Residents:
I am sure you are just as excited as I am to finally see the opening of the new Addison Village Club! We are getting close to opening day and here are some important dates regarding the Club opening activities:
I have heard that there is a lot of misinformation floating around so I hope staff will be able to clear up any false rumors once you are able to visit the club and speak to staff at the Open House or after the opening date. For the purposes of this communication, however, let me reassure you that any owner within Strom Park will be eligible to join the Club. The annual dues for Strom Park members is $600.00 plus tax ($642.00). This amount is not prorated from the date you join, so, please come in early to register.
Follow us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on the latest information regarding the Club. Our website (www.addisonvillageclub.com) and phone number are not active just yet, so if you have any questions before opening/registration, please feel free to attend either of the Open House days or, you can reach out to me directly.
Eva M. Rey, M.P.A.
Director of Community Management, Amenities, and Communications
The Viera Company
Phone: 321.242.1200, Ext. 4533 | Cell: 321.514.5007 | E-mail: [email protected]
HOA Board Meeting will be Tuesday, 10/29, at 6pm at Woodside Park Pavilion.
Strom Park Semi-Annual garage sale this Saturday, Oct. 19th, from 8am-12pm
HOA Board meeting postponed for this evening and will be rescheduled for a later date in October.
Viera will be doing a photo shoot on the Strom Park Trail behind Marquette. No homes will be in the photos, just the trail toward the Duda land. Tuesday the 24th of September. Crews will be arriving at 6:30, Talent at 7:00 and they will be out of the area completely by 9:30. The Marketing person mentioned that she is going to visit the neighbors on the end of Marquette there over the weekend to speak with them and let them know what is going on in advance.
Owners can call Leland’s after hours number of 866-263-3987 for Association related Emergencies during or after the hurricane.
Stay safe everyone!
Eva Ray at Viera confirmed that the PCT work along Marquette Drive near the mailboxes was approved via Viera Stewardship District (VSD). The affected areas are posted under the Board updates section of the Homeowners News link.
As we are underway in the 2019 hurricane season, here are some helpful hints regarding disaster preparedness for pet owners:
Semi-annual assessments were mailed out to all homeowners last week. The 2019 second installment of $310.00 is due July 1st. Payments can be made with check and enclosed envelope of the letter or online at www.lelandmanagement.com
Note from your Strom Park HOA President regarding Paradise lawn/landscaping service:
Strom Park Homeowners,
I wanted to let you all know that I met with the Vice President of Paradise Landscaping this morning. Bobby and I had a lengthy and frank conversation about the service level our community is receiving.
We discussed a few immediate issues, including the condition of the area around the I-95 retaining wall on the west edge of the community, and the patches of common turf areas around the community that were cut very short.
Paradise assured me that the irrigation is functioning properly near the I-95 wall. I shared with Bobby, that our homeowners contest those irrigation reports. It seems as though the remedy to improve the appliance of this particular area is to drastically increase the amount of time the water runs in this zone. Quite obviously, and increase in watering time will increase the communities water bill. The board will take an action to review budget and balance potential costs impacts with the communities desire for an improved appearance.
As for the short cut grass, Bobby committee to personally observing the areas pointed out to him and to provide an explanation. He assured me that they are prepared to repair, to our reasonable satisfaction, these areas in the (likely) event these patches brown and die.
Along with critical hot button issues we discussed how to improve communication between the Strom Park HOA, Leland Management and Paradise. I was made aware of several helpful pieces of communication that exist but are not flowed out to the community. They include:
I’ve asked that all HOA board members email addresses be added to each of those distribution lists. To date this HOA board has not been provided these reports. I believe it is beneficial that these reports be posted for homeowner review.
I accepted Paradise offer for the board to participate with monthly ride alongs through the community to effectively audit the work done against the work planned. This is a feature currently in the service contract, I understand that our community has taken these ride alongs periodically, but not consistently.
I asked for Paradise’ commitment to attend HOA meetings as requested and to speak with interested homeowners, or homeowner groups, to field and address any recurring concerns that come up. Bobby agreed to make the Paradise team available as we request (assuming of course they are provided reasonable time to schedule).
As a point of interest, Bobby and I reviewed the open work orders together. There are 3 open work orders that are past due. One of which being the recurring irrigation concern along the I-95 wall. Paradise will provide a firm commit date early next week for all open work orders.
Personally I was surprised to see only 3 work orders open given the level of concern shared by homeowners via social media platforms. Please point out areas of concern formally to Leland management and/or the HOA board via email, or through the Strom Park website. These established communication processes are the best way to insure all concerns are captured and managed.
The Board is committed to holding all of our suppliers/vendors accountable to the actions they are under contract for.
Thanks for your time,
Strom Park HOA president
Strom Park is complete with private parks as well as picnic and play areas. This neighborhood offers high quality, expertly designed and constructed homes; all while being centrally located to all Viera has to offer including The Avenue at Viera, Health First Hospital and walking distance to A-Rated Quest Elementary.