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Meet The Candidates Night

The Turtle Rock Nominating Committee is seeking nominees to fill two vacancies on the Board of Governors to be elected at the February 6, 2018, Turtle Rock Annual Members Meeting.

Meet the Candidates Night   will be held three weeks prior to the election in the Turtle Rock Community Center on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 6:30pm. The five applicants for the two board openings will be attending. This is an opportunity for members of the community to meet them before voting.

The Application Form from each candidate follows below. Click on the name to see/print the form.

The Annual Members Meeting will also be held in the Turtle Rock Community Center on Tuesday, February 6, 2018, and will start at 6:30 pm.


Motorized Vehicle Reminder

A friendly reminder about our Turtle Rock Rules regarding motorized vehicles not eligible for a DOT license: such “toys” are NOT allowed anywhere within Turtle Rock boundaries...not on sidewalks, not on streets. If you are considering giving such a gift this year, understand that they may not be used within our community, so please reconsider. This also includes golf carts.

The following is an excerpt from our January 2016 Owner’s Manual (TROM) regarding motorized vehicles:

IV. Vehicles, Vehicle Parking and Storage, and Use of Streets

         Section C:

  1. Only motorized vehicles that are properly licensed and registered will be allowed on the Turtle Rock common areas, except for Turtle Rock’s maintenance and compliance vehicles used in the Community, with the approval of the Property Manager (e.g. the Turtle Rock Utility Vehicle, yard maintenance vehicles, and preserve/lake maintenance vehicles while in use for the intended purpose). For example, mopeds, motorized scooters, and golf carts which cannot be licensed for use on city streets in Sarasota County are not allowed on Turtle Rock common areas.
  2. Only motorized vehicles providing mobility for handicapped operators will be allowed on Turtle Rock sidewalks and crossing areas, (e.g. electric wheelchair or scooter).
  3. No motorized vehicle may be ridden on the Turtle Rock Nature Trail, sidewalks, or other non-paved area in Turtle Rock except vehicles for handicapped operators.