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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | November 11th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke, Your neighborhood has been tested yet again and come out of the storm with very little damage. Thank you again to all residents who secured personal items and made efforts to protect your community. Recovery: Clubhouse/Pool: Clubhouse/Gym: The building will be open as expected this morning Pool: Closed until primary storm service can be performed by our servicing company - Follow up communication to come when the pool has been serviced. We hope to have the pool ready for use by Saturday 12:00 pm. Our sincerest apologies and thanks for your continued patience as we see to this maintenance to ensure the pool is clean and safe. Storm Damage: All common areas will be reviewed over the next week for general maintenance and repairs. Green-Leaf will be performing grounds / common area inspections. Waterbrooke experienced very little damage other than some trees and signs. Over the next week our vendors will be performing maintenance and repairs. Thank you and have an Amazing Weekend ! SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Post Storm report." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 11 November 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | November 8th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke Residents, As many of you are aware Tropical storm Nicole is projected to impact the state of Florida with the potential as a Hurricane. In preparation for the Tropical storm the association is taking steps to be prepared. *Clubhouse, pool and amenity center will be closed after 4:00pm Wednesday 11-9-2022 and reopened Friday 11-11-2022 weather permitting. Communication will be sent to the community when the facilities are ready for safe use. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause while we work to secure your community. • The gates will be powered down and placed in the open position. • When it is safe to do so the gates will be reactivated. • Pool and outdoor furniture will be stacked in the pool area starting today. • The pool will remain open today but please do not un-stack the chairs, more information will be sent out if and when the clubhouse and pool area will be closed. • GreenLeaf plans to continue service as usual today and tomorrow. • Following the storm passing GreenLeaf will inspect the community and start any necessary clean-up. * Please do not submit work orders for landscaping until directed to in later communications. • Mattamy is securing and cleaning construction areas in the community. • Mattamy has asked us to remind everyone to NOT use construction dumpsters. * Personal trash placed in these dumpsters can easily blowout and is not permitted in construction dumpsters. Updates will be provided as we are able. Stay safe, be prepared! SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Storm Preparation." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 8 November 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | November 4th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke, Coming towards the end of the year we have many changes to come. First I want to thank everyone for attending our Halloween event. It was great to see all the costumes and smiling residents having some fun socializing with the rest of the community. We had two winning homes and an archeologist on his Mighty Steed. *Pictures below* Our apologies for the SMAC truck absence, unfortunately the truck broke down, however we did hear great things about Bao Houz and the Naked Cupcake. Next upcoming event will be our Winter Festival: Saturday December 17th Details on this event to come.... Gate systems: As a reminder, Waterbrooke will be undergoing an upgrade of the gate system. This service is to correct intermittent communication by gate devices, and other internal failures. Due to the equipment being replaced, All Waterbrooke Gate devices will need to be reprogrammed. The form can be downloaded by clicking the button below). Please fill out form with the resident information and 5 digit device ID numbers. Return to the address on the form or can be dropped off in my office. ******* December 6th ALL Gate devices MUST be re-programmed or they will be inoperable following this date ******** PIN Numbers: Waterbrooke has transitioned to a residential/guest code that is reset every three months. The next reset will take place on December 9th. All residents can view the current temporary Gate PIN # on the resident side of the website. Fountain: The front lake fountain will be installed and fully operational by the end of this month. The tall grass ( Hydrilla) that is showing on the surface of the lake will be handled naturally to avoid the use of chemicals by the addition of a fish that survives off of this very abundant grass. Splash pad: The splash pad is still down for repair. I sincerely apologize for the delay in this repair as we are still waiting for the replacement parts. I want to thank everyone for your continued patience and understanding while we see to these repairs and upgrades. If anyone has any questions regarding the recent budget meeting ( proposed 2023 Budget can be found under "documents" located in on the Waterbrooke website ) or any other matter please contact me via email and I will do my best to resolve your concerns. Andrew Potchak Gate Device Reprogramming Form SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Waterbrooke At a glance." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 4 November 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | October 29th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke, This notice is to inform all residents that the pool will be closed until further notice for maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience while we perform this service to keep your pool clean and safe. I will send an update when the pool service has been completed. Thank you for your patience, Andrew Potchak SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Pool Maintenance." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 29th October 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | October 19th 2022 Waterbrooke Budget Meeting Notice NOTICE OF 2023 BUDGET MEETING Meeting Date: November 2nd Budget/Board Meeting Time: 6:00pm Location: Zoom Time: Nov 2, 2022 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting : https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81423198699?pwd=MUxtcmlSTDM3ZkJGKzJLdDVNQm50UT09 Meeting ID: 814 2319 8699 Passcode: 330774 According to the Florida Statute governing Homeowner Associations and your HOA documents, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the Board of Directors meeting to approve the 2023 budget and assessments. 2023 BUDGET MEETING AGENDA • Call to order • Establishment of board quorum • Proof of meeting notice • Approval of minutes • New business • Approval of 2023 Budget and Assessments • Other business as needed • Open forum on agenda items only • Adjournment SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Waterbrooke Community Newsletter." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, October 19th 2022.

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Waterbrooke update | October 14th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke! I wanted to take a minute and update the community on a few projects in motion and a couple notices. Halloween event: Saturday October 29th between 4-7pm Music Food trucks Bounce Houses Face painting and Caricatures Costume Contest House Decorating contest More details to come closer to the event. Splash pad: This feature experienced a malfunction and has been approved for repair. Due to part availability there has been an extended time delay in these repairs. Front lake fountain: The Fountain in the front lake has been inspected and assessed. Due to the nature of the failure, Waterbooke has approved the replacement of the fountain. The Fountain assembly has been ordered and will be installed as soon as possible. Front Gates: The front gate controller has experienced an internal failure which affects the operation of the front gates. Waterbrooke has confirmed the upgrade and repair of the system controller. We are working with the current gate repair company to resolve the failure with the front gates as soon as possible. Gym access: During the hurricane some FOB devices that are used to access the gym may have lost communication with the network. If you are having trouble accessing the gym/clubhouse please contact Management for a quick resolution. apotchak@lelandmanagement.com I have received multiple concerns from residents regarding pets. As a reminder, No pet shall be permitted outside a Home unless such pet is kept on a leash or within an enclosed portion of the Lot. This is to protect both people who may not be comfortable around pets and other pets that may be in the area. I greatly appreciate the continued patience and understanding residents of Waterbrooke has given me while I see to resolving these concerns as soon as possible. Have an Amazing Weekend! Andrew Potchak SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Waterbrooke update." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 14th October 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | September 27th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke Residents, As many of you are aware Hurricane Ian is projected to impact the state of Florida. In preparation for the hurricane the association is taking steps to be prepared. *Clubhouse will be closed after 5:00pm Tuesday 9-26-2022 • The gates will be powered down and placed in the open position. • When it is safe to do so the gates will be reactivated. • Pool and outdoor furniture will be stacked in the pool area starting today. • The pool will remain open until 5:00 pm but please do not un-stack the chairs. • GreenLeaf plans to continue service as usual today and tomorrow. • Following the storm passing GreenLeaf will inspect the community and start any necessary clean-up. o Please do not submit work orders for landscaping until directed to in later communications. • Mattamy is securing and cleaning construction areas in the community. • Mattamy has asked us to remind everyone to NOT use construction dumpsters. * Personal trash placed in these dumpsters can easily blowout and is not permitted in construction dumpsters. United States Postal Service Notice! USPS will be locking down all mailboxes after 2:00 pm Wednesday 9-28-2022. Please collect ALL mail prior to the securing of the mailboxes until the storm has passed and access has been cleared. Updates will be provided as we are able. Stay safe, be prepared! SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Waterbrooke Severe Weather action Notice." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 27 September 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | September 25th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke! With Hurricane Ian Heading towards the gulf coast I want to reach out to our community to give warning. I will attach a helpful checklist giving quick preparedness advice. Take time to get everything you can prepared in the event the storm troubles Waterbrooke. I have a Full 2022 Preparation Guide *provided by state of FL* available upon request. Lake county office of Emergency Management: 352-343-9420 *If you have special needs please call this number to register as some shelters offer additional or specific emergency services and equipment* Closest Shelter : East Ridge Highschool and East Ridge Middle school 13322 Excaliber Rd - 13201 Excaliber R SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Hurricane Storm Preparation." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 25 September 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | September 20th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke! This notice is to update the community regarding the upcoming Garage Sale. Hours of Operation : 8:00 am -- 5:00 pm If you have not registered, please do so by sending an email identifying the name and address that would like to participate. apotchak@lelandmanagement.com I will be onsite during this event between 10:00am and 2:00pm and will be available to any resident that would like to stop by the Clubhouse, so I may formally introduce myself to all of Waterbrooke. Please be sure to come by and say hello! Donut NV will be present during the event " We make hot & fresh mini donuts as customers order and they can watch the donuts being made. The donuts come with over 20 toppings to choose from. In addition to that we also make Freshly Squeezed Lemonade with 6 different fruit flavors, NVous Iced Coffee, Orangeade and Hot Coffee." Halloween reminder: I would like to hold a contest for both costumes, and house decorations. If you have not registered, please do so by sending an email identifying the name and address that would like to participate in the House decorating competition. apotchak@lelandmanagement.com SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Garage Sale." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 20 September 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | September 2nd 2022 Waterbrooke Repair notice Hello Waterbrooke and a Grand Welcome to all new residents! As we enter a new month here at Waterbrooke, This newsletter will provide the most current news and events in progress taking place in your association. I wanted to begin this letter with information regarding Emergency Preparedness. We are in the midst of an oddly tranquil start to the storm season here in Florida. We will hope to avoid major storms, but preparation is a must to avoid the havoc during an emergency event. If you would like a Storm Prep Checklist, please Respond to this email. Some helpful bits: Lake county office of Emergency Management: 352-343-9420 *If you have special needs please call this number to register as some shelters offer additional or specific emergency services and equipment* Closest Shelter : East Ridge Highschool and East Ridge Middle school 13322 Excaliber Rd - 13201 Excaliber Rd Upcoming Events: Community Garage Sale- Saturday 10/01/2022 8:00am - 3:00pm Please email me at apotchak@lelandmanagement.com to register your address for the sale. I will generate a local map to be passed out to visitors during the event so we can limit traffic to unregisted homes. I will be onsite during this event and will be available to any resident that would like to stop by the Clubhouse, so I may formally introduce myself to all of Waterbrooke. Please be sure to come by and say hello! Upcoming Events: Halloween: Saturday 10/29/2022 4-7pm There will be food trucks - Look out for more information on what type of foods will be attending. Face painting, Caricactures Music Scavenger Hunt House decorating competition. - 10/01/22 - If you would like to be in the running please respond to apotchak@lelandmanagement.com , I will post a list of all nominees on 10/01/2022 and provide a place where residents can place their votes. All votes *one per residence* will be counted the week before the event. Winter Holiday Event: More information on this event will be fourthcoming. Maintenance and projects: Gates: Waterbrooke has had multiple issues surround the gates and the system. I want to thank all residents for their continued patience as I work with all parties to fix these concerns. Please contact me if you are having trouble using Gate clickers or PIN#s to access the community. There are three different problems that are under review for intermittant issues and one is a regular failure. The East gate (entrance) is failing to close. This issue is under review for general repair and will be fixed asap. The other major issue is a sensitivity issue with the devices. When using the gate clicker you must be approximately 10-15 ft from the actual gate for the signal to reach the receiver. for the main gate you can use the camera post on the right as a reference point until signage can be installed. As a final reminder, if you are using " 2414 " as a PIN# to access the gates please see management to have an individual PIN # assigned to your residence as the code will be changed on the 9th of this month. Gym: The three treadmills have experienced intermittant issues. Fitrev is aware of these issues and will be upgrading the equipments hardware and software. These repairs will take place over the next few weeks. Front lake fountain: The fountain in the front lake has experienced issues causing multiple problems with the fountain itself. Following the assessment, The repairs have been authorized and will take place over the next few weeks. Splash pad and gate latches: Management is currently working with contractors to repair all of the gate latches that have been damaged. The splash pad experienced an issue with the UV protection system. The repairs have been authorized and will take approximately 6 weeks to be repaired due to the replacement equipment availability. I greatly appreciate your understanding while we see to these repairs as fast and efficiently as possible. Landscaping: With the current water volume Waterbrooke has been receiving, some of the newly established grass areas in their first seasons might experience yellow/green mottling. Greenleaf is aware of this issue and has been working diligently to control the amount of water in these areas as well as applying additional fertilizer. Holiday: In observance of Labor day the HOA office will be closed Monday, September 5th It is a pleasure being a part of the management team here at Waterbrooke and please do not hesitate to contact me for any questions or concerns. SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Monthly Newsletter." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 2 September 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | AUGUST 8th 2022 Welcome to all residents of Waterbrooke!!! August like many other months in the past has brought new growth and expansion. As our community continues to evolve I will do my best to work as your community Manager to organize and facilitate the operation of your associations general day to day. I will use this Newsletter to communicate and update the residents on the newest information and upcoming events. Here is your current news update: Events: Garage Sale: 10/01/2022. *Please contact apotchak@lelandmanagement.com to register your address* *This was previously communicated as having the Garage Sale take place later this month. Due to the weather, and residential requests the date was shifted back to give everyone time to prepare* This will be intedended to take place twice per year in the spring and fall. The advertized hours will be 8:00am - 5:00pm "long-term" Parking is still not allowed. Vehicles cannot be left unattended and parked on the street. It will be assumed street parking will happen from visiting guests as temporary 30 minute parking ONLY. Following the garage sale event the tow company will make a visit to make sure vehicles have not been left parked on the street. Waterbrooke will advertize using signs as the city allows. Prior to event basic maps showing participating locations will be made available for guests. Halloween: Proposed date: October Saturday 29th Costume contest - House decorating contest - Food Trucks - Scavenger hunt - Bouncy Houses - Face Painting - Music More on this as the date nears. Gates: Unfortunately having gates means a continual monitoring and repairing of the very useful security feature. Recently we have had communication and network related issues occur and repairs were made to the main towers. Unfortunately when this kind of repair takes place, It is common to have some frequency/communication errors with devices. This may cause the device to fail. If you have a device that fails to open the gates or doors in Waterbrooke please contact me to have these devices replaced. Otherwise, all gates have been repaired and should be operating normally. Please contact me if you notice a failure. Temporary Gate Code : " 2414 " This code is intended for Vendor or Temporary access ONLY. Every residence has the option for one free-to-use Gate PIN# that can be assined to the address. If you have been using the temporary PIN please contact me in the office to have your personal PIN assigned as this code will be changed following a one month grace period. Dog Park/ Waste stations: The dog park had an irrigation issue that was causing an over saturation that caused some adverse condistions at the park. This irrigation issue was repaired and Waterbrooke is working with our current landscaper to ready this park for full opperation and use. This includes the water spigot inside the park. I am expecting this to be opperational by mid month as promises were made. Ez-Wastestations should begin the installation of the remaining common walking areas in Waterbrooke near mid to end month. I know the frustration residents have been dealing with when wanting the pet litter to be kept clean by pet owners. More stations will be available very soon to help in this concern. Thank everyone for their patience while we continue to improve upon our association during developement. Paving: The paving of Phase 3a and 3b should be completed early this week. They will clean up any leftover asphalt left from the paving. Pool: Recently Waterbrooke has been dealing with some issues regarding the gates and locks/latches they use. These latch assemblies have been broken and or removed. Not long ago a table and chair were pulled from the pool where someone threw them in. The pool is a beautiful amenity that all residents of Waterbrooke ejoy to use. If you move chairs or tables, please put them back so they do not cause injury when left in the open. The equipment and maintenance of this amenity has a cost and that goes up when damages occur. Please, If you notice any misuse or improper activities in or around the pool, contact me so I can make sure to handle the concern in the best manner. The pool monitoring and security are currently under review for potential solutions additional to the cameras. Security and Association Protection: It is always my goal to protect the residents of this association and its values in any way I can. If you notice actions athat are unsafe or damageing from another individual/s taking place in your neighborhood, please contact Management as soon as possible. Any notice given to me will be restricted to Management and the BOD. It is in the best interest of every owner to look out for your association as repairs and maintenance comes at a cost to everyone living here. Emergency Preparedness: Coming into the storm season make sure your residence is preparing for any storm situation. Have evacuation plans and or supplied prepared if you do not plan on evacuating. I hope to have information regarding local shelters and escape routes available, as well as a preparedness check list. please communicate with me if you would like any of this informaiton so I can inform when and where you can access it. As always I am looking to learn and grow in my role here as your Community Manager. If you have any questions or concerns please let me know and I will assist in any way I can. Thank you, Andrew Potchak, On-Site Community Association Manager Address: 3111 Ambersweet pl Clermont, FL 34711 Office Hours: Monday -- Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Phone: (407) 216-5518 Email: apotchak@lelandmanagement.com Website: www.LelandManagement.com Resident Support questions: residentsupport@lelandmanagement.com SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Monthly Newsletter." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 8 AUGUST 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | JULY 15th 2022 Waterbrooke Construction Notice Waterbrooke Residents: Yesterday the association received a notice stating that Phase 3a and 3b are going to paved. All information on the previous notice will stay the same with the exception of the completion time. Paving will take place during: 7/25/22 - 8/05/22. Due to the logistics of supplies and weather the paving company would like to make sure they have the time to complete this right the first time. Management greatly appreciates your continued patience as we work through these projects and the forced time adjustments. If you have any questions regarding this project and the recent changes, please feel free to contact me and I will assist the best I can. Thank you, Andrew Potchak. SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Street Paving." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 15 JULY 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | JULY 14th 2022 Waterbrooke construction notice Waterbrooke Residents: This notification is to inform you of the upcoming street paving that will occur on the following dates: 7-25-2022 --> 7-29-2022. Please take caution when driving in the Phase 3 a + Phase 3 b areas. The street paving will be active on the following streets: Firebush Way Angelonia Thorne Way Parts of: Garden Belle Dr Valencia Blossom St Ambersweet Pl Thank you for your understanding and patience during this project, the hope is for the work to be accomplished correctly and efficiently so as not to inconvenience the residents any more than necessary. Andrew Potchak SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Street Paving." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 14 JULY 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | JULY 6th 2022 Merry Summer Waterbrooke!! This past month has brought many changes and I plan the same as we push forward. Waterbrooke is growing very fast, and with that growth we all have to adapt to the increase of residents. This means more vehicles, and more importantly more people. My current main focus recently has been the institution of an enforcement policy that targets street parking, and a reservation platform. I also have a side project for general information access utilizing QR codes posted at necessary points in Waterbrooke. Two major policy changes are in their final stages: Parking: *Official Enforcement start date 08/01/2022* Parking has been a probelm and concern for everyone here at Waterbrooke for a very long time. I just want to re-express the foremost reason the No-Parking rule exists for the streets of Waterbrooke. The roads are not wide enough to accomodate both street parking and emergency vehicles. Understanding there are rules and regulations Waterbrooke can review, street parking will not be a part of it because of the main safety reason. All current residents should have or will be receiving a letter stating the new Towing resolution for Waterbrooke. If your vehicle is parked on the street it can be subject to towing. It is not Waterbrookes desire to tow any vehicle belonging to the residents in this association, but the street parking must stop for your neighbors or own safety. This step is the first of many that can be taken to correct this concern in Waterbrooke. Clubhouse Reservations: *Planned start date 08/01/2022, Possible 09/01/2022* I have been in contact with IT regarding implimentation of a reservation platform for Waterbrooke. Currently I am testing multiple programs in order for residents in Waterbrooke can oficially reserve the clubhouse. Initially the reservation will be free, however please note a reservation fee/deposit may be added to handle cleanup follwing events as recently the clubhouse has not been cleaned by the individuals using the area and incurs an extra charge to Waterbrooke HOA each time. This will require a 1-2 hour window inbetween reservations. In addition to reserving the clubhouse I plan to have other Items available for reservation if the BOD approves my proposals i.e. tents, games, and possibly grills. Events: I have 3 upcoming events for Waterbrooke in 2022 Community Garage Sale: *Planned date Between July 15th -- August 15th.* Halloween Trunk or Treat event: 10/29/2022 Christmas party I will be in communication with a social committee on the best way to impliment these events. once each event has been finalized I will communicate the details via "Events and Activities" communication similar to this monthly newsletter. Orientation: I would like to provide an orientation to new residents. I have noticed in my few months there are many residents new and old that have questions and just did not know who or how to go about communication. My goal is to present the basics. Where to set up your accounts, general assocaition information and last but not least, get to know the residents here @ Waterbrooke and provide you with necessary contacts. I have also noticed i do not have every residents contact information. When something happens it behooves you to have your most updated phone, email , and any other contact information you feel we will need. New Amenities: I am working with Waterbrooke BOD and the developers to retain full control of the new dog park and other amenities. The main concern many residents bring to my attention, is the water for the pets. The spigot does not work and the ground is saturated. This problem is under assessment and I hope to have the park 100% ready soon. I also hope to add some type of shade or awning for those visiting the park in the near future. Walking path: This beautiful ameity has been under heavy scrutiny and assessment for the past month or two. The main concern that is afffecting the review is erosion. It would not make sence to patch a problem that can be repeating, so a more encompassing solution is currently being reviewed to repair and enhance this amenity. Please be aware of the marked off sections of the walking path as these areas must be used cautiously due to the erosion. I recommend not walking in the sectioned off areas until repairs have been finalized. Gates: Our main gate "leading to Hwy 50" has been having multiple issues. some may be due to the same problem but may be multiple failures. The Exit gate failed to open over the weekend, and the entrance side randomly stays open enen at night. ACT found failed cameras and will need to inspect the gates to see if the problems are related. I hope to have this resolved ASAP. Gym: Minor additions/ Modifications planned including a small play area for children. Safety is always the main concern and a small section would provide a "safezone". Equipment: Residents are my "boots on the ground". It took me 4 months for your exercise equipment manufacturer to agree the machine was glitching and or having an error because when they came to test, the problem did not happen. If you notice any of the equipment in your gym not operating in the way it should video or picture evidence can prove/expidite the repair process. As always my main goal as your community manager is to learn and expand my knowledge and abilities as Waterbrookes general caretaker. Please feel free to reach out with any concerns or questions, Andrew Potchak SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "MONTHLY NEWSLETTER." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 6 JULY 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | JUNE 8th 2022 Hello Waterbrooke Welcome to June! My apologies for getting this newsletter out later than normal, but it was necessary as there are many recent changes and alot more to come. Landscaping: Waterbrooke was unfortunately forced to release the previous landscaping company due to a heavy lack of detail and responsibility to their contract. Common areas were poorly maintained and the Board of Directors could not see fit to allowing the improper maintenance to continue. While Green-Leaf gets acclimated over the next few weeks feel free to say hello as we are all expecting improvement to the landscape here at Waterbrooke. Walking paths: Waterbrooke has been dealing with some heavy errosion around the walking paths that is allowing water to work into fractures advancing the errosion. The entirety of the walking paths in waterbrooke are under heavy review. Waterbrooke is working with developers and landscaping companys to come up with the best solution to repair and improve these walking paths. Please take extra caution when walking by the areas marked off until repairs are finalized. Ez-Waste stations: Waterbrooke recently signed a proposal to have the rest of the planned waste stations installed around the community. Due to the volume of the needed stations and the current global shortages this may take a month or more to have all stations installed. Parking: I have recently had many meetings regarding the parking policy enforcement here at Waterbrooke. Here is the main portion of the section regarding parking here at Waterbrooke *see governing documents for complete definition*: 12.4.1 Parking. Owners' vehicles shall be parked in the garage or driveway of the respective Owner's Lot and shall not block the sidewalk. No vehicles of any nature shall be parked on any portion of WATERBROOKE or a Lot except on the surfaced parking area thereof. Vehicles shall not park on the paved or concrete surfaces comprising the Common Area. To the extent WATERBROOKE has any guest parking, Owners are prohibited from parking in such guest parking spaces. No vehicles used in business for the purpose of transporting goods, equipment and the like, shall be parked in WATERBROOKE except during the period of a delivery of goods or during the provision of services. During my meeting with the main design team regarding parking here, all houses were designed to acommodate 4 standard sized vehicles safely. 2 in each garage and 2 in each driveway. There are no current plans for additional parking being installed during Waterbrooke's developement. I have a great muiltitude of communications from many different residents with concerns of the difficulty travelling the roads with vehicles parked on the street. Waterbrookes #1 concern is safety. The emergency vehicle MUST be able to get to a residence in need without difficulty. Seconds mean everything for a person in trouble. Many residents have small children and a vehicle parked on the street greatly obscures yards where they may be playing. Very soon Waterbrooke will have an action plan set in place to make sure vehicles are not parked on the street for extended times. Our intention is not to stop families from recieving visitors during the day, deliveries or having service work performed, but to target vehicles that continuously violate the No Street Parking policy. Waterbrooke will give plenty of advance notice before the plan is in place. Please start planning for this change as any vehicle parked on the street or in common areas for extended periods of time will be subject to towing. Reservations: After many communications with residents and hearing the general concerns regarding reservations, Waterbrooke BOD is now working on a reservation platform for the clubhouse. We want this reservation process to be as organized and efficient as possible. Once this program has been generated and reviewed I will share the details of the process via newsletter and posting. As always please let me know If I can help in any way, and have a great start to your summer!! SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Monthly Newsletter." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 8 JUNE 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | MAY 12TH 2022 Waterbrooke MONTHLY NEWSLETTER - from Waterbrooke HOA Newsletter Good morning Waterbrooke, Pothole Repair: Asphalt 365 is repairing potholes in your area today. The repair should be completed the same day. The area of repair is on a single lane strech of road and the work crew is aware people also live and park in this area and will take all precautions while working. Please take extra caution driving while this repair is in progress. Newly finished common areas: One other area of note to Waterbrooke residents. I have had a few questions reguarding these areas and I communicated this with leadership. The newly constructed areas including the dog park are okay to use, but still being modified and or added to. Part of the scheduled installations will definitely be dog waste stations in all areas. The water system and other areas of the dog park are still under the installation process, so until completion of the park, bring water for the four legged family members. I will update the completion status as this work progresses. As always I appreciate the continual patience and understanding from all residents in Waterbrooke as I learn and grow to properly fill the role as your Community Manager. If there is anything I can help with please feel free to contact me. SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "POT HOLE REPAIR." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 12 MAY 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | MAY 6 2022 Waterbrooke Easter Event Update - from Waterbrooke HOA Newsletter Welcome to the month of rain (Hopefully) This month there will be few updates as little new has taken place. Landscaping: Some residents have raised concerns about dying grass and plants. We are working diligently with the current landscaper to make necessary adjustments and efforts to mitigate the drying out the greenery tends to do during this season. If we get alot of rain this month, most of these areas wil heal themselves. Waterbrooke wants you to know we are pressing heavier and heavier on the landscaper to make sure your community looks great and are upholding expectations. Common Areas and their use: This has been an inquiry brought up by many residents. All common areas are for public use by Waterbrooke residents as First come First Serve. Waterbrooke does not currently have a reservation platform for any of the common areas (this is under review). Some residents have come to me stating a reservation form was shown to them including signatures. These are NOT official Waterbrooke reservations issued by the association. There is plenty of area that can be use if one of the amenities are already occupied. Some residents have brought tents to the grassy areas and their own umbrellas. These areas are ment to be used and enjoyed. Waterbrooke will not stop ANYONE from using these areas in a safe and responsilble manner as long as they are used following rules and regulations located in your governing documents. I am working with the Board on the possibility of equipment rentals that will be available for use. Events: I am in the process of organizing a group of interested voulenteer residents for event planning, organization, and implimentation. If you are interested in filling this role please respond to me via e-mail. Remaining planned events: Garage Sale Fourth of July Halloween Architectual review and Apllications: I am growing in my ability to work with and assist in the application process. All applications are reviewed once per month and will receive approvals or requested adjustments for approval. This is very important as I will be working with the applications that did not get approved for whatever reason. If you notice you application has passed the "20" day mark, Let me know and I will verify everything is on track and give any updates I have at that time. I will work with the ARB department to make sure everything operates as somoothly as possilble. I will have access to approval letters typically within 2-5 days time following approval. If you need a copy ASAP communicate with me following the monthly ARM meeting and I will help you through that process. Amenities/Walking path: All of our amenities are under review for maintenance and improvement. This is an extensive process so I appreciate all patience in this matter as I will update the community as these proposals and projects progress. The immediate focus is the walking paths around the lakes. Please be aware of a marked off area surrounding the front lake path as the repair required is much more involved than filling the damage with concrete. It is my goal to make sure the enjoyable areas of your community are well maintained and constantly assessed for any adjustments and or improvements. Potholes: Not long ago a few potholes were found in the townhome parking drive lane. Waterbrooke has aquired multiple estimates as required to see these holes fixed. Final decisions are being made by the BOD and the repair should take place soon. That sums up the main areas of focus wraping up April and moving into May. If there are any concerns or questions by any resident, please feel free to reach out to me. I may not be able to solve your concern directly or instantly, However I will always work to assist you on the right path or learn how to help any and all residents of Waterbrooke in any situaton I can. SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Waterbrooke Monthly Newsletter." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 6 MAY 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | APRIL 2022 Waterbrooke Easter Event Update - from Waterbrooke HOA Newsletter The Easter Egg Hunt of 2022 at the Waterbrooke Clubhouse was great fun for the families of Waterbrooke, there was a bounce house, face painting, and a small egg hunt.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | April 2022 Waterbrooke Easter Event Update - from Krish D'Errico Hi Neighbors! At this time I will not be hosting the Easter Egg Hunt because the Community HOA has decided to host their own and it would make no sense to conduct two in the same weekend, I hope everyone enjoyed the one last year and let's hope that the HOA can come up with another fun event just as enjoyable as last years. Happy Easter and see you this weeknd, thank you :)

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | April 2022 Waterbrooke Easter Event Update - from Waterbrooke HOA Newsletter Date of event: 04/17/2022 Time: 2:00pm-5:00pm Location: Clubhouse As previously mentioned Waterbrooke will be hosting an Easter event. I wanted to take a minute to update the residents with the current plans. Activities: Bouncy house Face painting (Air brushed painting) Egg Decorating Music Egg hunt planned for 2:30pm Egg race planned for 3:30pm There is also a plan for a food truck, but with current times/timing of the requests/food type, I have not secured a proper food truck, though I will keep trying up until the event. The original plan was to have this event on a different day than Easter Sunday, However there were too many scheduling conflicts due to the volume of events during April. This will be my first planned event, so I intend to learn alot from that day and will become more efficient and practiced at planning in the future. If anyone has any questions please reach out to me via email and I will respond accordingly. Andrew Potchak, Community Association Manager Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 4:00 pm 3111 Ambersweet Pl Clermont, FL 34711 Phone: (407) 216 - 5518 Email: apotchak@lelandmanagement.com Website: www.LelandManagement.com Resident Support questions - residentsupport@lelandmanagement.com SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "Waterbrooke Easter event update." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 6 APR 2022.

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Waterbrooke Community Newsletter | March 2022 - Its time for the green of nature to come back into our lives!

Event:

Easter: Date 04/17/2022 @ 2:00pm This will be my (Andrew's) first planned and organized event. Please understand with this being my first foray into the process that I will be learning as I go. The original plan was for the Saturday the 16th, However there were scheduling conflicts, so the event has been moved to Easter Sunday 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm. We plan to have an easter egg hunt, egg race, face painting and egg decorating! all residents are welcome. I will send a more detailed notice prior to the event with a proper agenda and timescale.

Parks:

The two new parks and Dog park have been completed. Fell free to enjoy the nice weather we are having. All common areas are first come first serve, However, remeber we all live here and enjoy using these areas. We want these areas to remain clean and enjoyable to visit so make sure we are picking up after ourselves if you plan on using these facilities. Waterbrooke's Maintenance crews have been notified about the trashcans at the stations. So lets make sure the trash makes it to the cans.

E-Z Waste Stations:

This company is providing a proposal to install more stations in Waterbrooke so we can keep our pet litter from causing issues. These are provided to keep your neighborhood enjoyable for you and your children. Please use these very valueble assets.

Pool /Gym:

Our facilities are here for resident use Only. If you have guests using these facilites then please ask they respect other residents use of the facilities. I have had a few concerns that equipment may being blocked from use because of training or other reasons. Other residents have mentioned excessive noise. We all understand we will need to share these amenities so lets keep it fair for all.

Clubhouse locks:

Due to a networking error, Waterbrooke is replacing the electric locks in the main building. Because of suplply demands we are replacing the locks as they come in. This project should be completed by Mid-April. Until then access is easiest granted at the Main door in front and the Family bathroom in the pool area. Parking: Parking in the street is NOT PERMITTED. We understand during the day guests visiting and deliveries will happen and at times parking in the street is necessary. The reason Parking is NOT alllowed in the street is for the safety of everyone residing in this community. There simply is not enough space for parking on the street for extended times. Please respect your Governing documents and park in your assigned driveways. I look forward to seeing all of you at the Easter Event! Thank you, Andrew Potchak, Community Association Manager Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 4:00 pm 3111 Ambersweet Pl Clermont, FL 34711 Phone: (407) 216 - 5518 Email: apotchak@lelandmanagement.com Website: www.LelandManagement.com Resident Support questions - residentsupport@lelandmanagement.com SOURCE: POTHCAK,ANDREW. "RE: MONTHLY NEWSLETTER." RECEIVED BY KRISH D'ERRICO, 29 MAR. 2022.

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Hooks Street Extension talk at the City Council Meeting in Clermont Florida. I'm urging others to get involved in this  by either going to the net meeting or contacting the lake county authorities who gave us their info and the architect/engineer who proposed this to the city. they were up there last night. http://www.hooksstreetstudy.com/HooksStreet_StudyDocuments.html Traffic Study Document: http://www.hooksstreetstudy.com/HooksStreetDocuments/AltConceptsPublicWorkshop11_16_20/Displays/Traffic%20Analysis.pdf If you are not familiar with the Hooks Street Extension Project my goal here is to make very clear what they are going to do with the hook street extension. I am here to clear up the confusion and all though we might not have all the answers yet, we have to be prepared and be educated on how this will affect our community. The hooks street extension comes from Hancock road here all the way to our front entrance gate, which the developers have proposed to the city of clermont to do a roundabout. the cheapest way for the developers would be a two lane street with a roundabout. After some back and forth at the panel with the city, the instead they agreed upon a traffic light and four lanes total. Two lanes eastbound and two lanes west bound. Yes that's right neighbors you heard it right, there will be two traffic lights to get out of our development onto route 50. So we would have our current traffic light as well as one right smack where our front gate is. Making it probably a five to ten minute drive just to get out of our development due to the two traffic lights.

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