Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Port LaBelle Tries To Stem Deterioration Of Village

Port LaBelle's Unit 4 "Eucalyptus Village" board of directors, in an attempt to stem years of community complaints about four-wheelers and other off-road vehicles driving through greenbelt areas, recently added a warning to it's two entrance signs.

Although a deed restricted community, the community's governing board has been lax in enforcing many rules and regulations for years. One original building restriction was that all homes in the community must have either a garage or carport. After a large percentage of homeowner's closed them off and turned those into bedrooms, the board was forced to amend the rule. Other restrictions, little enforced, prohibit residents driving on greenbelts to park trucks and cars in back yards, although a community drive-through will show evidence of many old vehicles stored at the rear of homes.

More Port LaBelle information at Port LaBelle Community

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