Moss Estates POA News
Board of Directors elections coming!
The annual Moss Estates POA board of directors election is coming in May 2015. Please watch out for nomination forms and get in the race. And, don't forget to vote, Members!
Highway 707 Widening continues... Expect occasional delays as the SC Dept. of Transportation puts up and takes down cement dividers. To keep traffic disruption to a minimum, they try to perform certain activities after dark. Glenns Bay Road widening started about a month ago - it's truly a mess as of March 2015. Thank goodness that area of work is miles from us.
Burgess Community Bike & Pedestrian Plan Meeting - Mar. 26, 7pm
Your input welcome! Paraphrasing from The Greater Burgess Community News: they are working on improving our local biking and pedestrian by-ways. The first open meeting is set for March 26 at 7:00 pm at the South Strand Recreation Center. This meeting will provide an introduction to the process as well as presenting two surveys.The need for improved pedestrian and cycling infrastructure was identified during the development of the Burgess Community Area Plan. They are working with the Horry County Planning Department and the Edgar Dyer Institute for Leadership and Public Policy at Coastal Carolina University. Students have already taken inventory of existing connectivity and gaps in the system. The results meeting is April 30, 7pm - also at the SS Rec Center.
About Our Moss Estates POA Community:
Moss Estates of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29588 is a beautiful community of 54 homes and properties, located southwest of Myrtle Beach in the Burgess community, west of Route 17 Bypass and off of Route 707, between Socastee and Surfside in the County of Horry. The Intracoastal Waterway is west of us and the Atlantic Ocean is east.
Our homeowners' association is the Moss Estates Property Owners' Association (POA), Inc. and our management company is Premier Management Group. This is our Board and Member web site. Our POA has low annual member fee of $350 per property--unlike the exorbitant fees you find in some other SC POA/HOAs. This fee covers street lights, storm water pond management, signage, POA maintenance of common areas, liability insurance,annual audit, postage for mailings to members, and POA management.
We are proud of our scenic neighborhood of half-acre or greater sized home sites, some adjacent to protected state wetlands woodlands. Our storm water management ponds, while maintained, are very naturalistic. Our ponds are home to a variety of wildlife, such as blue heron, snowy egrets, turtles, sun fish, blue gill, catfish, mallard ducks, and even a junior alligator nicknamed "George." [Update: While Gator George has not been seen since Spring 2013, Son of George was spotted last summer.] Migrating swan visit each spring and fall. The woods abound with both deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, including Carolina pines, water and live oak, star gum, wax myrtle, red bay, jessamine - Carolina jasmine, and wild magnolia.
Beaches, shopping centers, the Socastee post office and the Socastee Library are all a quick drive. There are public boat docks to the Intracoastal Waterway nearby. There is major county government office center and brand new South Strand Recreation Center nearby on Scipio Lane, off Holmestown Rd.We are in the Saint James School District - GO SHARKS!
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