Board meetings will be online during the Covid pandemic:
ACC Meeting on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 7:30 PM via Zoom
No Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 9.
Board and ACC Meetings meetings via Zoom during pandemic
The HAC Board held its first online meeting at 7:00 PM on Tuesday April 14, 2020 and future meetings will continue to be held online until the government restrictions on gatherings are lifted. These will be conducted via the Zoom teleconferencing system. A letter was sent via US Mail that contains a cover letter from the Board regarding this change and other COVID related matters. You can also read that letter here: Board Letter
The mailing also includes a two page set of instructions on how to participate in the online meeting. Information is provided to join via Smart Phones (iPhone, Android, etc.), Tablets (iPad, etc.) and Home Computers (Windows, Mac and Linux). Here is a copy of those instructions minus the Meeting ID and Password for the meeting: Instructions. The ID and Password were removed from the instructions appearing here in order to maintain the security of our meeting. The ID and Password appear in the letter you will receive or have received in the mail, so keep your copy of that letter for this meeting and all our future online meetings!
2021 Board Election
The newly elected board members for 2021 were Steve Dell and John Little. At the Organizational Meeting on January 15, the new board members, in accordance with HAC bylaws and State Statutes, appointed three additional members to fill out the five board positions, and, assigned the board roles. The 2021 board is:
John Little, President; Steve Fisher, Vice President; Steve Dell, Secretary; Kathy Park, Treasurer; Robert Perez, At Large.
A message from the Board of HAC
To all of our community residents,
We are all facing a very uncertain and often anxiety producing time as the recent Coronavirus pandemic impacts our family, loved ones, neighbors and the rest of the world.
While conditions develop and change drastically day to day, we want everyone to know that the Board is here to assist in any way necessary to help everyone get through this most challenging crisis. Please don’t hesitate to call or email with questions, suggestions or even for the opportunity to talk out with someone else how you can address special issues you might encounter while trying to stay safe within these trying and confusing conditions. Your emails or calls will be returned.
Together we can and will endure this….stay healthy and stay safe!
Board President, Horseshoe Acres Club
Gardens Learning Center Expansion and Re-Zoning Proposal
Our immediate neighbor to the East on North Lake Bvd has requested significant changes to the use of their land which would require re-zoning by the City of Palm Beach Gardens. The Boards discussions with GLC were presented at the October 8, 2019 board meeting. The following link will take you to our web page dedicated to this issue and will have rapidly changing content prior to and after the October meeting: Garden Learning Center Proposal
Exotic Tree and Brush Removal Removal Project (2020)
The Northern Palm Beach Improvement District’s 2020 Tree and Brush Removal Project work in Horseshoe Acres which began on December 14, 2019 was completed in March 2020 See the link below for the maps of the four areas affected by the work this year:
We have been told that if new grant money becomes available we might again be approached by the NPBID with additional opportunities for the clean up.
Links to older news topics of general interest