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A place to call Home in the “Village by the Sea”.

Shadywoods is a jewel of an enclave; nestled in a magical, park-like, golf course setting. Ideally located, Shadywoods is close to the Beach, historic downtown Delray, Tennis Center, Arts District, restaurants, shopping, services, and amenities. Convenient, I95 and easy Tri-Rail access to Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach International Airports, and nearby Boca Raton. Minutes from the Morikami Museum, golf courses, schools and hospitals. Shadywoods is an established, friendly neighborhood of 200 residences. Duplex, chalet, villa homes have gorgeous garden, golf course, and water views. Amenities include club house with Wi Fi, sauna, heated pool, picnic area, shuffleboard, basketball and tennis courts. Come home to Shadywoods!

The Shadywoods website is a valuable resource provided to residents by the Homeowner Association. Please register to gain access to features like community notices and calendar, postings, Echo Newsletter, documents, repository of official archives, and powerful tools. If you have questions, feel free to contact us. If you have suggestions on how we can improve our site, suggestions are welcome.

Wood Trim Repairs
News djscaduto writes "Dear Fellow Residents: Last September 23, in view of the upcoming paint project set to begin Jan 01, 2015, we wrote to advise of the need to complete the necessary repairs to the wood trim on our respective homes. Many homeowners have complied, but many more remain undone. To remind everyone, proper repairs are not only necessary, but mandatory, since the contractor warranty on the work and the paint will be rendered ineffective by damaged or improperly repaired wood trim. If you have damage but choose not to comply, we must respectfully advise there will be both legal and financial consequences, which we would rather not pursue, but to which we have already asked our attorney to address. We are therefore again asking for your cooperation to avoid what could bring difficult and unnecessary complications for both you in particular, and the Association in general. Please make an effort while there is still time to cooperate and comply with this important need. Thank you for your understanding.
Dominic Scaduto,
President, Shadywoods Homeowners' Association, Inc. "
Posted by tchadmin on Thursday, November 20 @ 12:58:08 CST (3 reads)
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Upcoming Shadywoods Paint Project
Newsletter djscaduto writes "Fellow Residents: We are adding this feature, from time-to-time, with the intent to enhance information contained in our ECHO newsletter and to hopefully heighten awareness of upcoming situations and issues in our beautiful Shadywoods community.

In the September ECHO newsletter you'll find an "IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING REPLACEMENT OF ROTTED EXTERIOR WOOD."

Each of us are of course responsible for the maintenance of our homes, repair of the wood trim is absolutely essential in light of the upcoming community painting project. Rotted wood will not accept or retain the new paint, which work is to be warranted by the paint contractor. If after work completion, paint is found peeling, the contractor will not undertake any correction if he finds that the wood is damaged or rotted. Subsequently, the homeowner will then have the responsibility for not only the repair, but also the repainting.

Likewise, if a repair is found to have been improperly undertaken, that too will void the warranty.

We are therefore encouraging all affected homeowners to carefully evaluate what needs to be done, not only from a cost effective basis, but also by someone who is qualified and will use the proper materials.

Should you have any questions about what work needs to be done, as stated in the ECHO newsletter, please do not hesitate to ask Rudy, our Maintenance Supervisor.

The painting project is scheduled to begin on January 01, 2015. So please have repairs completed as quickly as possible and please let Rudy, or our CAM, know that work has been completed to avoid further unnecessary communications. Thank you.
D.Scaduto,
President, Shadywoods Homeowners' Association, Inc.
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Posted by tchadmin on Monday, September 29 @ 13:56:40 CDT (10 reads)
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