City ending recycling pickups at CVE condos
City says too much trash was tossed in recycling bins

The City of Deerfield Beach will soon end collection of recycling at all CVE condos.

The change, which takes effect October 1, is due to the Village’s inability to stop dumping non-recyclable items in the recycling bins.

Over the past year, the city has regularly inspected the amount of contamination in the Village’s recycling bins. The amount of trash thrown in with recyclables was routinely over 20% of the total items. This amount of contamination prevents the city from separating and disposing of recyclable items.

Over the past year, Master Management has communicated to residents the importance of proper recycling. From video messages and emails to in-person pleas, Master Management warned residents the city would end collections if contamination rates did not improve.

Beginning October 1, blue recycling dumpsters at the condos will be slowly replaced with green trash dumpsters. Everything thrown in any condo dumpster or bin will be collected as trash.

There may be one or two locations inside the village where residents will be able to drive and drop recycling. Those locations will be announced when finalized.

Master Management adds new walking paths to pavement plan

As repaving around the condos continues, Master Management is making some improvements to the list of planned projects.

In addition to the previous multi-year plan to repave roads and lots in front of the buildings, new walking paths have now been added to the to-do list.

The revised paving plan has been posted on the Master Management website, www.KeepingCVEbeautiful.com.

Meanwhile, this year’s paving is almost completed. Crews are on schedule and the project is expected to be completed by the first week in October.

 West Drive walking gate open for business

The new West Drive walk-in gate is now open. Right now security is posted at the gate until crews finish installation. Once completed, your CVE ID will open the gate.

Always have your CVE ID, and show it to security if requested

While inside the Village, or when entering or exiting the Village, you MUST have your CVE ID card.

If you are stopped by security and asked to produce your CVE ID card, you must comply. These security requests are part of routine operations and exist to protect the safety of all residents.

Especially when entering the Village on foot or by bike, security will check to ensure you have permission to be here.

Please cooperate with security.

Please be polite to security.

Please be patient with security.

 

Those little touches

Hey! Did you see the new giant flower pots at the East Gate?

Just one more of the little touches keeping CVE beautiful!

Summer Office Hours Ending

The Master Management office is returning to regular office hours on Tuesday, September 8th.

Mon – Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm

PLEASE NOTE THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH FOR LABOR DAY.


East Gate right turn lane plans moving forward
New lane will increase safety and convenience at the East Gate

Master Management is moving forward with plans to build a right turn lane into the East Gate.

Engineers and planners are expected to go before city officials in the next month to present the plan. Stay tuned!

Mosquito spraying

Mosquito spraying has begin across the village. Master Management will be spraying common areas (not condo properties). The spraying is scheduled to take place two times per month.

Message from the Executive Director

The U.S. Census may be coming to your door.

I want to begin by wishing everyone a Happy Labor Day.

Labor Day is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. With all the capital improvement projects underway in our Village, I absolutely appreciate the contributions of workers!

Speaking of workers, I want to alert you to the possibility of crossing paths with United States Census workers over the next several weeks. As part of the U.S. Census effort, volunteers are paying personal visits to residents who have not yet filled out the U.S. Census.

If someone visits your home to collect information, check to make sure they have a valid ID badge with their photograph, a U.S. Department of Commerce watermark, and an expiration date. Census workers may also carry Census Bureau bags and other equipment with the Census Bureau logo.

If you have any concerns or suspect someone is not legitimate, please do not open your door and call security at 954-421-3552.

Please remember, if you need to visit the Master Management office, please wear a mask. Better yet, give us a call. I am sure almost everything you need can be taken care of over the phone. You can also email us at customerservice@cvedb.com.

Stay safe.

Vallen A. Smikle, LCAM
Executive Director
CVE Master Management