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Oak Bridge Club News
In April 2016, the master board of Sawgrass Players Club created an ad hoc committee of five members at large and four board members in response to Alta Mar Holdings request to the master board to amend the Oak Bridge golf course restriction contained in the existing Declaration of Restrictions and Easements and Supplementary Declaration of Covenants (the Oakbridge Declaration) which expires in 2023.This request was made so that Alta Mar Holdings could sell approximately 40 acres of the golf course to an undetermined developer and utilize a portion of the proceeds from that sale to revitalize the remaining golf course and facilities.
Subsequently, the Oak Bridge Club ad hoc team held 9 town hall sessions in May and June with each community to listen to key concerns regarding this modification request. Additionally the ad hoc committee created a focus group team comprising of one resident from each neighborhood to assist with communication. The ad hoc and focus group members consulted outside professionals and held numerous working sessions to present owner key concerns back to Alta Mar Holdings.
As of November 14, 2016, negotiations concluded and the key points of a proposed Development Agreement were reached with Alta Mar Holdings, LLC.
A notice packet announcing a Special Members Meeting on February 6th was mailed to all members on January 13th. The notice packet included a brochure about the proposed plan, along with a proposed amendment to the Oakbridge Declaration and a limited proxy allowing homeowners to vote for or against amending the Oakbridge Declaration.
Those members that did not return a proxy prior to the Special Members Meeting were able to vote in person by ballot at the Meeting.
The total proxies were tallied along with ballots at the Special Members Meeting. Including ballots received at the Members Meeting, the total vote for the proposed amendment was 991 FOR the proposed amendment and 310 AGAINST the Amendment.
Over the next several months, the board will work towards finalizing the Development Agreement. The Development Agreement will address all of the key points that have been negotiated by the ad hoc committee and focus group. The actual Amendment will not become effective until the Development Agreement is finalized and the St. Johns County and other authorities also approve the proposed development.
All homeowners should log in to the website as a resident in order to view minutes and the proposed plan from the main page.