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We have recently had a Compliance Sampling Inspection on our WWTP. This inspection closely reviewed records, sampling and analytical procedures, operations, maintenance and disposal methods. The detailed eight page report of the inspection found our WWTP to be in compliance.

Last spring, we reported that the algae in the lake had gotten worse. This summer it has become even more difficult to control. Florida Aquatics (FA), the company that manages our lake, says that this problem is prevalent all over southwest Florida. FA believes that one of the contributing factors with our lake is the layer of muck that has developed in the shallow ends. They are researching and testing several possible cures for the algae problems but as yet have been unable to find anything that will work.

And last but certainly not least is the issue of late maintenance fee payments. The Club's documents specifically state that these fees are paid quarterly and are due on the first of each quarter, April 1st, July 1st, October 1st and January 1st. This means that if a unit owner's payment is posted into the Club's bank account on the 2nd or later, it is late. If payment is not posted into the Club's account by the 15th of the month in which it is due, the unit owner will be charged a late fee of $5.00. If the maintenance fee is still not paid by the first of the next month, the unit owner will be charged $5.00 per day up to $50.00 and thereafter interest will be charged at the rate of 18% per annum.

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