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Note from the Board of DirectorsPeninsula neighbors:

Your Board of Directors wishes to bring several neighborhood issues to your attention.

  1. Traffic Safety.   Speeding and reckless driving continues to be an issue.  In the past week 2 vehicles were identified as exceeding our posted 30 mph speed limit, disregarding our stop signs and passing vehicles on Yucatan Dr.  Specifically, a 2014 red Ford Mustang with license DNC 1160 and a maroon Kia Optima with license plate DTV 7409.  A certified letter has been mailed to the registered owners of both vehicles advising that anyone driving these vehicles on Peninsula roads will be considered trespassing.  If anyone observes the vehicle in our neighborhood they are urged to call the Hood County Sheriff’s office, 817.579.3307, and report them as trespassing.
  2. Dogs’ running loose in the neighborhood also continues to be a problem.  All residents are encouraged to call the Hood County Animal control Center, 817.573.4277 and report any loose dog in the neighborhood.
  3. A reminder, in accordance with the covenants, all trash cans are to be stored so that they cannot be seen from the street except on trash day.  Repeated violations of this can result in a covenants violation and possible fine.
  4. Finally, due to the recent door to door sales team in the neighborhood selling cleaning supplies, the board will be adopting a “no solicitation” policy.  Additionally, if anyone observes a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood, particularly after hours, you should call 911.  The County Sheriff’s office advises that theft and burglaries are on the rise in Hood County and we all should be extremely cautious.
The safety and security of the residents of our neighborhood is of utmost importance.  Please do your part.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 February 2024 )
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