Turn in unwanted prescription medications

This Saturday the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department is partnering with the DEA to facilitate the turning-in of unwanted and/or expired prescription medication. This event will take place on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10:00a-2:00p at the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department located at 10500 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410.

This is a free and great opportunity to properly dispose of potentially dangerous unwanted/expired prescription drugs and reduce the possibility of them falling into the wrong hands.

Thank you,

Major Paul Rogers
Special Operations Bureau
Palm Beach Gardens Police Department
10500 N. Military Trail
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Document Amendments to be Submitted to Owners

Changes to the Association documents, which were tabled at the Annual Meeting, were discussed at a board workshop on May 4 at 7PM in the Clubhouse. The board voted to submit the changes to the owners in a meeting later in the year.

A copy of the amendments that will appear on the ballot can be downloaded HERE.

Vote in the Group 5 Run-Off Election on Tuesday March 28th!

Congratulations! 14% of us turned out for our City Council Elections on March 14th. But we’re not done. There is a run-off election for Group 5 between Rachelle Litt and Joe Russo on Tuesday March 28th. One of these WILL be on the Council

Precinct Results From 3/14 Election

The March 14 municipal elections in Palm Beach Gardens yielded a pair of winners – Dr. Mark Marciano in Group 1 and Matthew Lane in Group 3. No candidate got a majority in the four way race in Group 5, so Rachelle Litt and Joe Russo will meet in a runoff on 3/28.

Good turnout for PBG Election

Congratulations to the winner in Group 1, Dr. Mark Marciano, who dominated the race with 66% of the vote over challenger Michael Paolercio, and in Group 3 to Matthew Lane who topped 50% in a three way race by 13 votes to avoid a runoff. The Group 5 race moves to a runoff between Rachelle Litt and Joe Russo who captured 37% and 34% respectively in the 4 way race.

PBG Candidate Forum Video

On February 28, PBG Watch, along with the Palm Beach County Tea Party, the Republican Club of the Northern Palm Beaches, the Republican Club of the Palm Beaches, and the North County Democratic Club hosted a candidate forum for the City Council election.

Weed and Feed This Week

This week (October 24-28), the lawns in Siena Oaks will be treated with fertilizer and weed control chemicals by Sago.

To be fully effective, it is necessary to water your lawn after the feeding. Keep and eye out for when your lawn receives its application, and water it in shortly thereafter.

If you have any questions, call our property manager Wes Sippel at (561) 847-6809.

Siena Oaks Landscape Survey

PHONE: (561) 622‐9532 FAX: (561) 622‐8752

September 29, 2016
RE: Landscape Services in Siena Oaks

Dear Homeowner,

The Siena Oaks Board of Directors is evaluating the current landscape service, Sago Landscape. As this contract is one of the largest budget items for Siena Oaks, the community is asking for your feedback regarding the service provided by Sago Landscape. We would like to know if you are satisfied with the service performed by Sago Landscape or if you believe Sago should be replaced.

Shortly, community residents will receive a mailing that will include a survey form and a unique ID pin to be used on the questionnaire.

You can view or submit this form online at www.grsmgt.com/sienaoakslandscape but you will need the ID enclosed in the letter to complete.

We would appreciate your perspective on this very important matter. Please submit online, or return your form to the community office no later than Friday, October 14th. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

Wesley Sippel, Community Association Manager
For the Board of Directors
Siena Oaks HOA

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