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Neighborhood News
Posted on Apr 13th, 2024
This is a friendly reminder that the annual Stone Oak Homeowners Association assessment of $516.00 is due by May 1, 2024.  We encourage you to do so by May 1, in order to avoid incurring a 10% late fee. 
If you did not receive the annual invoice, which was mailed in January, please contact Erin Osstifin, Stone Oak Property Manager, at  her office 419-392-7931 to obtain a duplicate invoice. If you have paid either through the online portal or your records show that your check has been cashed, then we have received your payment.        
Stone Oak still remains one of the lowest fees per lot based on comparable communities in the area.
Thank you for your cooperation~
The Garden Club of Stone Oak has a NEW FACEBOOK GROUP!
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2024
The Garden Club of Stone Oak invites everyone to the new, private online Facebook Group, "Garden Club of Stone Oak Birds & Blooms". It was formed to connect and include our community through the beauty of nature. The more we post ~ the more interesting it will be~
Stone Oak HOA -- Goose Control Measures
Posted on Mar 13th, 2024
As you may know, we have a Canada Geese problem in the Stone Oak community (over-population).  The number of these birds has increased dramatically within the last few years and poses a health hazard to the community. This is why the Stone Oak Country Cub and the two homeowner associations have purchased a trained dog that chases the adult birds from the property. 
It has been somewhat successful however, additional measures must be taken to further control the current population from expanding to a larger number. Hence, there is a need to disrupt the nesting of the adult geese within the development.  This spring the Stone Oak Maintenance Department, obtained a permit from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources --- Wildlife Division to disrupt any nesting of the Canada Geese here at Stone Oak. If these nesting birds are allowed to hatch their eggs, then the goslings with their families are here to stay till they can fly (midsummer) creating an unhealthy situation in our lakes, ponds, and on our shorelines. in addition to this dilemma, the young juveniles return to the same property next year to nest, increasing our current number to a larger overall bird population. You can assist by searching for nests on your property within the next few weeks. If you find an active nest with eggs, please notify the SOCC Maintenance Department and provide us permission to enter your property to addle or oil the eggs. This process prevents the young goslings from hatching. The effort is to prevent an overpopulation of the community. There will be no charge for the service. Please do not destroy the nests because the goose will lay additional eggs in a new nest nearby until June 1st and potentially beyond. We only have the permit for one season, however, with this type of bird population control one can realistically avoid increasing the number of geese in our ecosystem.  
We will not harm the adult birds, however, we will take certain measures approved by the ODNR to prevent the eggs from hatching.  This type of population control will definitely prevent the geese population from increasing to an unmanageable flock. Thank you very much for your cooperation and support of our goose control measures~
 if you have any questions/concerns/comments, please contact the Maintenance Department and/or Bob Radachi, Director of Grounds at Stone Oak Country Club at bob@stoneoakcc.com or call him at 419-867-0969.  
Garden Club of Stone Oak Exciting News!
Posted on Feb 15th, 2024
The 2024 Garden Club Board is excited to announce a unique guided tour to local Orchid Judge Dennis Seffernick's private orchid Greenhouse in Swanton, Ohio on Wednesday, February 21st at 2PM. Our program committee is working on the upcoming Membership Meetings and Featured Speakers for this year! if you would like to assist or make a recommendation for an interesting and/or informative idea or contact information, please notify Jane Speak, Pam Martin, Tamara Hudson or Patti Delaney. Your Garden Club is looking forward to Spring and hoe you are too! We are grateful for your support of the Garden Club of Stone Oak. Welcome New Members too!
Welcome to the new 2023-2024 Stone Oak HOA Board of Trustees
Posted on Nov 10th, 2023
We would like to take the opportunity to thank our past Board of Trustees and welcome the new 2023-2024 Stone Oak HOA Board. Thank you for your dedication and commitment to this wonderful community. It is greatly appreciated.  
Posted on Oct 16th, 2023
Please read and review the SOHOA Community Security Update and Opportunities from the recent meeting held on October, 12, 2023. It is located under the Meeting Minutes Navigation Bar.  Thank you for your attention to this information.  
Stone Oak HOA Board Decision on School-Related Signs Only
Posted on Jul 29th, 2023
At the 3/9/22 Stone Oak HOA Board Meeting, the Board of Trustees reviewed the deed restrictions with respect to signs. While only "for sale" signs are specifically permitted in the deed restrictions, the Board has the authority to approve other types of signs and recognize the pride that the Stone Oak parents have in their children.  Therefore, the Board is granting advance approval for school-related signs only, such as graduation, school welcome or sports signs to be displayed from May 15 - June 15 and August 15 - September 15 each year. School-related signs are not permitted outside of those dates. All other signs, including but not limited to  contractor, political and community event signs, are not permitted at any time.  Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Erin Osstifin, Stone Oak Community Property Manager.    
Stone Oak HOA Security Info and Home Checks
Posted on Dec 9th, 2022
Please be aware that the levy passed and Springfield Township will now have dedicated officers in the Township, 24/7 next year, the Stone Oak HOA Board of Trustees has made the decision to eliminate the private security patrol that is performed by Damian Worthy effective 12/31/2022.
Springfield Township has hired Deputy Aalea Robertson to serve as the Community Service Officer for the Township.  Effective January 1, 2023, if you will be leaving town for an extended period of time, you may contact her directly so that she can add you to the house watch list, her number is 419-461-7877.  if you are unable to reach her, you may call 911 to schedule this service. You may also submit a house check request online at:
https://lucascountysheriff.org/resources/house-checks.  If you have any questions, please contact Erin Osstifin, HOA Property Manager.    
Posted on Aug 30th, 2022
School is back in session and your Association wants to remind all drivers to be mindful of additional traffic, pedestrians and kids on bikes throughout the community and at bus stops. Please slow down, pay attention when kids are present, especially before and after school. 
  • Passing a bus with flashing lights is illegal in all 50 states.
  • If driving behind a school bus, allow a greater following distance of at least 3 car lengths.
  • Stay alert for flashing lights on a bus, if you see yellow flashing lights, treat it as if it were a yellow stop light, decrease your speed, and prepare to stop when the red flashing lights appear.
  • The area 10 feet around a school bus is the MOST dangerous for children, stop far enough away to allow the children enough space to safely enter and exit the school bus. 
  • Please remember these children may be young and excited when exiting. Avoid accidents and BE attentive.          
Stone Oak HOA Board of Trustees Thanks Garden Club for Spring Flowers
Posted on Apr 29th, 2022
The Board of Trustees of the Stone Oak HOA would like to express their thanks and appreciation to the Garden club of Stone Oak for this Spring's funding of the gorgeous tulip and daffodil beds at each of the five entrances and in common ground areas.  On May 16th, weather permitting, teams of Garden Club members will be planting annuals, as well as around the pump house, again funded by the Garden Club.  
A primary mission of the Garden Club is to beautify the Stone Oak community, the funding of which consumes the vast majority of its membership dollars.  If you are interested in becoming a member, contact Beverly Karp, President or Marilyn Bender, Membership Chair.    

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