According to an article in the Daytona Beach News Journal dated April 15th, 2017 “…since 2016, 300 guns were stolen from UNLOCKED cars in Volusia County.” At least one of that number occurred here on Bouchelle Island. This is another reminder; leave NO Valuables in your vehicle, DON’T leave car keys in your vehicle and LOCK your cars.
Bouchelle non-emergency SECURITY tel. # (386) 402-0923
For an EMERGENCY call 911
The next BINGO night is scheduled for Tuesday, April 25th. For Detailed information contact Diane @ 386-212-2425.
The USCG Aux. F-48, New Smyrna Beach is conducting a Boating Safety Class at the NSB Museum, 120 Sams Ave., from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, May 13th & 20th. This is a mandatory class for boaters born after January 1, 1988. The cost is $30.00 per person with family member discounts. For detailed information and registration contact Roger Strock FSA-IS, @ (386) 304-8083 or Walt @ (352) 348-3025. REMINDER, completion of this class could qualify you for an insurance discount.
The Bouchelle Safety and Security TF is considering an AARP Driver Safety course in the near future here at Bouchelle. If enough residents are interested, we can hold the class in our community center. Look for a sign up sheet on the office bulletin board and based on that response, we’ll see what dates are available from the AARP Instructor.
Information received from the NSB Police Department thru the Island Nextdoor web-page on Friday March 24, 2017:
Lt. Mark Severance reported; “The vehicle that was stolen over the weekend of March 18th-19th from Bouchelle Island has been recovered in the Miami area. Three suspects were taken into custody while operating the stolen vehicle. The stolen firearm was also recovered in this vehicle. The investigation is still ongoing at this time. NSBPD investigators hope to charge these suspects with the reported Burglaries upon conclusion of the investigation. If you have any information please contact NSBPD Investigator Phillip Conway at (386) 402-7736.”
We might also add that the new cameras recently installed around the Island, were instrumental in the police identifying the individuals. An officer came to the CSA office and reviewed the data and found the individuals on camera. He downloaded the information from our equipment to help further their investigation.
Please review the proposed revisions to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Bouchelle Island and to the By-Laws of Bouchelle Island Community Services Association, Inc. Click here for the proposed revisions to the Declaration, and click here for the proposed revisions to the By-laws.
The new Bouchelle Directory was distributed at the September CSA Board meeting. If you were not able to get one then, please stop in the office. They will still be available for “snow birds” when they get here.
When you, as a resident, observe a violation of our rules and regulations and wish to register a complaint, please use the new official Complaint Form rather than sending emails or making phone calls. You may obtain the form by clicking here or by visiting the CSA office. You may deliver the completed, signed form either by visiting the office or by sending the form as an email attachment. Each submitted form will receive a response. We hope by using the form we will be able to adequately respond to each complaint.
Recently, there have been issues with recycling. The workers will NOT sort through items. If there are several items in the bin that don’t belong – they will dump it in with the regular trash and all your efforts will be wasted.
Click here for recycling information you should know and follow to help make our efforts more successful.