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Neighborhood News
From the Stone Oak HOA Property Manager, Erin Osstifin
Posted on Nov 29th, 2021
Please be aware that there was a recent incident where some unlocked vehicles were entered and property was stolen.  Fortunately, a concerned homeowner alerted authorities with pertinent information and the perpetrator was apprehended by law enforcement.  This is a perfect example of our community, Stone Oak Security Com. and local authorities working together.  Please be aware that you should always check to be certain your car(s) are locked at night, as typically criminals will look for an easy target, such as, unlocked and unattended vehicles. If you have surveillance cameras make certain they are directed at locations of entry and garages. Please call 911, the Lucas County Sheriff's Deptmt., if you suspect criminal activity around your property or the neighborhood and notify the Stone Oak HOA Security Committee, as well.  Thank you.   
~ 2021 Fall and Winter Reminders and Newsletter ~
Posted on Oct 16th, 2021
Please be advised that the 2021 Fall and Winter Reminders and Newsletter are available to read by clicking the Left Navigation Bar under Newsletter. 
Community Reminder Regarding Trash/Recycling Receptacles
Posted on Aug 26th, 2021
Please be aware that Article 1.10 of the Stone Oak Declaration of Rights and Regulations states, "All rubbish, garbage and debris (combustible and non-combustible on residential lots shall be stored in underground containers or stored and maintained in containers entirely within the garage or basement." if you have been storing your trash and/or recycling containers outside, please relocate them into the garage immediately.   Thank you for your assistance, as we strive to maintain the beautiful appearance of this unique and special community. 
BACK TO SCHOOL REQUIRES ATTENTIVE DRIVING
Posted on Aug 17th, 2021
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. 
 
~WHEN YOU SEE A SCHOOL BUS~
  • 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.          
SOHOA Board of Trustees from 6/22/2021
Posted on Aug 17th, 2021
The Stone Oak HOA Board of Trustees, for your convenience, posted the recent Board Minutes available for you to read and review from June 22, 2021 under the heading of MEETING MINUTES on the Left Nav. Bar of the Stone Oak HOA website. 
From the Stone Oak HOA Property Manager ~ Home Mailboxes
Posted on Aug 6th, 2021
Today, a call was received to the Stone Oak HOA Property Manager's Office from the USPS regarding bees in mailboxes.  They notified the HOA that they will be placing mail "on hold" if there are bees in the mailbox. The Postal Carrier was stung many times yesterday and needed Benadryl brought to her. She left notes for a couple of people, but said the problem was overwhelming. Please check your mailbox and paper slot as soon as possible and make sure that both are free of bees' nests. Thank you very much for your cooperation on this matter. 
Stone Oak HOA ~ Golf Cart Task Force
Posted on Jun 24th, 2021
In an effort to combat reckless and underage/illegal driving of golf carts on the public streets in our community, the Stone Oak Security Committee has formed a task force. The Golf Cart Task Force is commissioned to perform the following:
 
-Report any perceived underage golf cart drivers to the Lucas County Sheriff.
-Report any reckless or careless behavior while driving a golf cart.
-Build awareness to the public/non-residents that our community is a golf cart community.
 
The Golf Cart Task Force is made up of Security Committee members and encourages anyone in the community to report this dangerous type of behavior to the Lucas County Sheriff (NON-EMERGENCY LINE) at 419-213-4977.
it is hoped by taking action accidents and potentially tragic consequences will be avoided. Thank you for your cooperation.
 
Erin Osstifin, GRI
 Stone Oak Property Manager
REMAX Preferred Associates   
Stone Oak HOA -- No Solicitation Policy
Posted on Jun 3rd, 2021
The Stone Oak HOA has received some complaints regarding individuals coming onto their property soliciting business, i.e., home or roofing repairs. Stone Oak has a "No Solicitation" policy which is stated on signs at each entry into our community, which is being ignored. if a business solicitor comes to your door, tell them that this is a no solicitation neighborhood and ask them to leave.  if they persist, get their name and  company that they represent. if everyone bands together and presents the same message, vendors will finally realize that they are wasting their time in Stone Oak and move on to a new neighborhood.
- Barb Machin, HOA President
Open Letter from the Stone Oak HOA Board of Trustees
Posted on May 10th, 2021
An Open Letter to the Stone Oak Homeowners from the Stone Oak Homeowners Association Board Of Trustees
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Stone Oak HOA -- Goose Control
Posted on May 10th, 2021
UPDATE:5/10/21
 
Just a friendly reminder to everyone, that we are still addling and oiling Canada Geese eggs to prevent the young goslings from hatching this year. To date, we have addled eggs in 21 nests along the the shorelines of Lost Lake and Sand Lake.  On average, each nest contained 6-7 eggs.  if the goslings would have hatched, there would have been 120 young birds feeding on turf grass along the shorelines.  it would have developed into a real health hazard for Stone Oak.  The nests can still be addled until the permit expires on June 1st. Please help the Maintenance crew by searching your property and report any new nests to them. The Canada Goose is persistent and can build a second nest nearby.  Please DO NOT destroy the nest on your property, because the geese will just lay new eggs nearby up to June 1st and beyond. if this is not successful, we will be forced to have a round-up in June. This will entail applying for a permit through the ODNR and contacting a contractor to do the round-up. This will allow for a more manageable Canada Goose population at Stone oak.  The Maintenance Deptmt. initially indicated that a $100 fee would be charged to the homeowner having a nest on their property, it was later determined that this was a community problem and there should be no charge for this service. Thank you to Bob Radachi and his team for the hard work put into this huge project.
 
As a reminder, please do not feed the geese. Bread is harmful to them and encourages them to stay.    Thank you to all for your cooperation on this project
~~~
As you might 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 Stone Oak HOA's have purchased a border colllie. This trained dog 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.
 
We will not harm the adult birds, however, we will take certain measures approved by the ODNR to prevent the eggs from hatching.  We only have the permit for one season, however this type of population control will definitely prevent the geese population from increasing to an unmanageable flock.
 
if this is unsuccessful, then the goose round-up will be inevitable in June.  The price for this type of goose control could be rather expensive. in order to improve our goose control program.  i am asking for assistance, if you see a nesting goose on your property, please contact us so that we can do our part to control our bird population.
 
 if you have any questions/concerns/comments, please contact Bob Radachi, Director of Grounds at Stone Oak Country Club at bob@stoneoakcc.com or call him at 419-867-0969.  

 
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Welcome New Neighbors
 
 
After December 5, 2020
 
Richard and Michelle Colella, 8946 Royal Oak
 
John and Amanda Schlageter, 9043 Oak Valley
 
Jeffrey and Tamara Sandwisch, 8612 Stone Oak Drive
 
Robert and Dalia Brandeberry, 8938 Orchard Lake
 
Michelle Eckhert, 8928 Orchard Lake
 
Jeffrey and Tammi Szaronos, 349 Sawgrass Ct.
 
Craig and Deborah Jacobs, 8663 Stone Oak Drive
 
Delance Sims, 9102 Rolling Hill
 
Brendan Shanley and Erin Blythe, 8964 Sand Ridge
 
William and Barbara Fry, 8461 Augusta Lane
 
Mahmood and Irma Khan, 9104 Orchard Lane
 
Roger Reese Jr. and Marcia Hayes, 557 Spring Lake Point
 
Jonathan and Barbara Malhoit, 8507 Augusta
 
Stephan and Judy DeDonato, 8641 Augusta
 
Santhi Avula, 8643 Quail Hollow
 
David and Judith Walrod, 8648 Quail Hollow
 
Dennis Kotevski and Niki Celebrezze, 8709 Royal Oak
 
Amy Flanigan, 659 St. Annes
 
Michael Rudnicki and Tracy Zimmer, 8555 Royal Birkdale
 
Jason and Danielle Schaff, 8646 Plum Hollow
Point
 
Wayne and Cereda Blanchard, 665 Glen Abbey Lane
 
Robert Smith and Penny Thorn, 8923 Orchard Lake
 
David and Mary Gothier, 8633 Ponte Vedra
 
Michael Gessner, 8928 Orchard Lake
 
Timothy and Mary Connolly, 338 Pine Valley
 
Jonathan and Zinaida Kaye, 762 Lost Lakes
 
Kara Mominee and Shane McGaharan, 722 Lost Lakes
 
Anthony Bruno, 8461 Augusta
 
Ann Hartman, 8629 Ponte Vedra
 
Jeanene Perkins, 8660 Quail Hollow 
 
Takia Collins, 8666 Augusta
 
Denis and Jill Williams, 761 St. Annes
 
John and Joan Bommer, 147 Stone Oak Ct.
 
Raj and Bhawana Bhatia, 211 Stone Oak Dr. 
 
BJ and Tammy Claus, 154 Treetop Place
 
Montrece Crosby, 9114 Rolling Hill
 
John and Kathryn Weinberg, 8840 Royal Oak
 
Kelly Rasmus, 122 Pine Valley
 
Ritchie Go, 8600 Castle Oaks
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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*The Stone Oak HOA neither recommends, supports or endorses the services provided by community members, but does this as a community service for homeowners. We will not be held legally liable or responsible for any and all occurrences, if they should occur. Each homeowner must assume responsibility for requesting personal/work references and a thorough and proper background checks, etc.