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MPCA's CAM position is currently vacant.  The Board of Directors is in the process of identifying a new management company for the Association.  /whn2 / 29 May 2019

Magnolia Point's CAM is:  Vacant, 904-362-0023

Administrative Assistant:  Ms. Gail Vitikacs, 904-362-0023, [email protected]

Office hours are 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday.

The CAM's office is located on the second floor of the Exit Realty building, adjacent to the front gatehouse.

Community Management Company

By law, Homeowners' Associations that contain more than 50 units or have an annual budget or budgets in excess of $100,000 require professional Community Association Management. This includes the following practices requiring substantial specialized knowledge, judgment, and managerial skill:

  • Controlling and disbursing funds
  • Preparing budgets or other financial documents,
  • Assisting in the noticing or conduct of association meetings,
  • Coordinating maintenance for the residential community and other day-to-day services involved with the operation of the association.

A Community Association Manager (CAM) is a person who is licensed by the State of Florida to perform community association management services.  Magnolia Point's Board of Directors' contracts with Lifestyles Property Services to provide financial accounting services and an on-site CAM.

Lifestyles is a full service community association management company that offers complete support to Florida Homeowner, Condominium, Cooperative, Community Development Districts and Commercial Property Management Associations. Services provided include:

  • Support to the Association Committees
  • Oversight of maintenance contracts for common areas landscaping and irrigation, lakes and maintenance
  • Maintenance of streets, street lights, and associated signs
  • Collection of Association fees and assessments, assistance with budget preparation, production of association financial statements
  • Negotiation of contracts for services
  • Conducting property inspections
  • Initiating repair and maintenance of the common property
  • Investigating complaints and answering homeowner questions as they relate to the operation of the Community Association

In conformance with the Association's Declaration of Covenants Conditions and Restrictions, Article of Incorporation and Bylaws, it is Lifestyles responsibility to implement all directives issued by the MPCA Board of Directors. While Lifestyles personnel provide input based on knowledge of the management laws of the State of Florida and extensive  property management experience, ultimately it is the MPCA Board of Directors that make the final decisions and determines the policies that guide the Association. Lifestyles then implements the Board’s decisions.

Revised 24 May 2019 / whn2