The Community Development District Board (CDD/District) consists of five members known collectively as the Board of Supervisors. This Board serves as the governing body of the District and sets public policies which are then implemented by staff. At Lakeside Plantation, Supervisors are elected by and from qualified electors of the District and serve four-year terms.
The Board of Supervisors have been charged with the duty to administer public infrastructure and programs associated with the entryway features, sections of roads, streetlights, common area landscaping, lake and wetland management, recreational amenities, social event planning and related functions.
To assist the board, a management company led by a district manager is assigned to handle the day-to-day management of the district. Jordan Lansford of Governmental Management Services – Tampa, LLC, was hired in 2013 to assist the Board. Some of the District Managers responsibilities include:
- Prepare and submit proposed operations and maintenance budgets for Board review and action;
- Prepare contract specifications for District operations including community park appearance, waterway management and facilities maintenance;
- Supervise staff;
- File all required forms and documents with state and local agencies;
- Attend all Board of Supervisor meetings and implement the policies of the Board; and
Contact Governmental Management Services-Tampa office to obtain more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ownership maps and other exhibits are being prepared to be aid in your understanding of the District operations.