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January 2017 Report to Homeowners

The January board meeting was filled with reports and updates on all work being accomplished. The holidays were a bit slow with progress—I think everyone took a break knowing the new year would bring new opportunities and a desire to get things moving. It was...

December 2017 Report to Homeowners

At our home during the holidays, we say you have to “Believe to Receive”. No saying could be more appropriate for this time of year and what we all are facing after Harvey. We all have to believe to receive what our Island is going...

Letter to Key Allegro Residents – Thirteen Weeks After

Happy Thanksgiving to all our Homeowners. We all have something to be thankful for in unique ways.   This week we don’t have a substantial report other than to mention we will meet with RPD this coming Monday on security matters, and representatives from FEMA TCEQ, Rebuild Texas, GLO, the...

Letter to Key Allegro Residents – Twelve Weeks After

We continue to receive great support from our homeowners for everything from volunteering time to using their relationships with public officials to help us resolve issues. We thank all our members for their support.     FORTIFIED(TM) Home Program Since the third week after the storm, the Architectural Control...

Letter to Key Allegro Residents – Ten Weeks After

Our streets are cleaner than they’ve been in a long time. The sound of progress these days are saws buzzing and hammers nailing up roofs. And the fishing has been great.       KACPOA Deed Restrictions We are still in the design stages of revising our Deed Restrictions to accommodate...

Important Update on 50% Substantial Damage

There have been a lot of concerns and questions regarding guidance on the 50% substantial damage definition, calculation methods, and building code and elevation requirements. Please link to the  following page to download the document from the City of Rockport which clarifies the process. For more...

Letter to Key Allegro Residents — Eight Weeks After

Debris is gone—mostly. Common grounds are getting cleared and scraped. High tides are still a problem but manageable. Large sunken vessels are being recovered. And a cool north breeze hit Rockport as I write this update.     Following are some new items, reminders and updates to other...