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Common Area Maintenance (CAM) program, administered by the CHPOA
Board of Directors, can be considered a mini “Department of Public
Works” aimed at maintaining Cape Haze as a trim and beautiful
community. CHPOA collects a modest yearly fee from all
property owners within Cape Haze to fund this critical program,
which includes the following year-long
Maintenance of both sides of the Cape Haze Drive
entrance - including weeding, trimming, mowing, fertilizing, and
maintaining the watering system. Repair of the electrical
lighting and its timer are also included. When Cape Haze
signs need repair, CAM covers that expense.
On-going maintenance of the fountain and the
surrounding planted area, cost of the water and its weekly
treatment and cleaning.
Maintenance of the lawn and gardens on the north
side of the fountain - including weeding, trimming, fertilizing
and mowing of the road area up to the bridge.
Trimming, weeding, fertilizing, mowing, and
general clean up of the north and south entrances to Cape Haze.
Replacing the American flag at the bulletin board
area when required.
Trimming around Ibis and Eagle Islands.
Major trimming is done every five years to insure
unobstructed safe passage of boats.
Touch-up trimming is done annually.
Yearly trimming of trees along the roadside
right-of-way for empty lots. Cuttings are mulched and left
around those trees to control weeds.
General clean-up along roadside right-of-way when
and where needed.
Residents frequently volunteer to help out in
various areas as needed.