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Windjammer Village is a resident-owned cooperative with 212 lots. There are 211 homeowners who own a share in Windjammer and 1 non-shareholder.
All the lots have homes on them. Windjammer Village is a “55 and Older Community” and one resident in each home must be 55 years of age or older.
Windjammer Village is governed by a nine person Board of Directors. The Directors are elected by the shareholders at an annual meeting, with three directors elected each year. The Board of Directors normally meet once a month and all shareholders are permitted to attend the Board Meetings. Shareholders of Windjammer pay a monthly fee, and those who do not own a share pay a monthly fee.
These fees and rents pay for the use of the Windjammer facilities and also for lawn mowing and trimming. The monthly fee, also pays for garbage and waste pick up for renters while shareholders pay for garbage and waste pick up through their real estate taxes. All utilities such as water and sewer, telephone, electricity and cable TV are paid for by the individual homeowners. People wishing to move into Windjammer, whether as a shareholder or a renter, must meet with a committee of the Board of Directors and must agree to abide by the Windjammer Rules and Regulations.
Properties for Sale or Rent
Windjammer Village has Rental properties available, as well as properties for sale. For more info, click below or on the “Properties Tab” above.
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Egg laying: Mosquitoes focus all their intensity on blood and water.
Standing water: Even a teaspoon for a few days, is enough.
Damp soggy areas: Will do, if they can’t find water (clogged gutters or soggy plant pots).
Eggs survive: 3-5 years and hatch with the first rain.
Breeders: Water collectors, such as pots, planters, buckets, tubs, gutters, pitcher plants, etc.
Close range: Most species, common in our area, fly within 100′ to 200′ from where they hatch.
Look around: If you encounter many mosquitoes, you can be sure there is standing water nearby.