MASTER MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR NEW CENTRAL PARK BRANDING.

In order to improve identity and increase its profile as a signature amenity in the Village, Master Management has announced plans to launch a new branding effort for the new CVE Central Park.

Park designers are now beginning to work with the Village to design a beautiful passive park facility. As part of the exciting process of creating a signature amenity on the heart of Century Village East, the first step is to recognize the land is no longer a golf course. Instead it will be a beautiful park located in the center of the Village. As a result, the area has been renamed CVE Central Park. Keep an eye out for exciting new branding for CVE Central Park.

CITY COMMISSIONER URGES RESIDENTS TO ATTEND SW 10TH STREET HEARING

UPDATE: THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED BY FDOT

City of Deerfield Beach Commissioner Todd Drosky is urging residents to attend the next, and he says last public hearing on SW 10th Street. According to Drosky, "I cannot stress how important it is to attend this meeting and make your voice heard. I have attended countless meetings on this project over the years and I have not needlessly asked for your participation. However, this is the time to act."


The hearing will be Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Deerfield Beach, 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield Beach. Doors open at 5:0 p.m. Presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.

BULK TRASH VIOLATIONS BRING THREATS OF CITY FINES

Bulk trash violations across the Village are prompting the city to issue a warning. If violations continue, the city could begin issuing fines to the buildings where the illegal bulk piles are left. Bulk trash pickup is only on Fridays. You are only allowed to put out bulk trash the night before. It cannot be left for days awaiting a Friday pickup.

The picture above was taken outside a CVE building on a Monday afternoon. That means residents are forced to live with a pile of debris for FIVE days!

Any resident who has work done during the week that produces bulk trash must make sure their contractor takes the bulk debris with them if it is before Thursday evening.

MASTER MANAGEMENT INSTALLING NEW SIDEWALKS

Master Management is putting a new sidewalk in at one of the Village's busiest intersections.

Crews are putting in the new walkway at the corner of East Drive and Century Boulevard.

In addition to the new walking path, a new crosswalk is also being installed. New walking paths are also planned for other locations around the village. Look for new paths near the Richmond tennis courts and at the Clubhouse parking lot.

STORM UPDATE - TUESDAY, 9/3 - 9PM

FINAL STORM UPDATE

  • City of Deerfield Beach operations will resume as normal tomorrow (Wednesday). That includes garbage, recycling, and bulk collection services. All parks and facilities will resume normal hours tomorrow.

  • CVE Security has resumed normal operations. All gates are operating normally.

  • Master Management Westbury repaving has been rescheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) weather permitting.

  • CVE bus service has resumed a normal schedule.

  • The Master Management office will be open tomorrow (Wednesday).

MASTER MANAGEMENT WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OUR RESIDENTS FOR THEIR PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING DURING THE STORM. MAKING SURE OUR COMMUNITY REMAINS SAFE DURING TIMES OF EMERGENCY IS A GROUP EFFORT INVOLVING MANAGEMENT AND RESIDENTS ALIKE.


STORM UPDATE - TUESDAY, 9/3 - 1PM

HERE IS THE LATEST

  • Security has resumed normal operations. All gates are once again operating normally.

  • Trash collection remains suspended by the city until further notice.

  • Westbury repaving has been rescheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) weather permitting.

  • CVE bus service resumes a normal schedule at 3pm this afternoon (Tuesday).

  • The Master Management office will be open tomorrow (Wednesday).


STORM UPDATE - MONDAY, 9/2 - 10AM

Due to anticipated weather conditions, Master Management has made the following decisions:

  • Bus service will be suspended at 3pm today (Monday). It will resume when weather conditions permit.

  • The Master Management office will be closed Tuesday. A decision on Wednesday has not been made.

  • Security patrols will be suspended at 3pm today (Monday). All gates will be secured in the open positions. Security services will resume when weather conditions permit.

AS ALWAYS, IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1.


For your information, Fire Rescue and the Broward Sheriff's Office do their best during storm conditions but as a general rule, emergency responders do not respond when sustained winds are above 40 miles per hour.

STORM UPDATE - SUNDAY, 9/1 - 9AM

HERE IS THE LATEST

Master Management personnel continue to monitor Hurricane Dorian.

As of Sunday morning, bus service remains on a regular Sunday schedule. Right now we are planning on running normal Monday service.

Security remains on a normal rotation, and all gates are open and under normal operations.

Monday, September 2nd, the Master Management Office is closed for the Labor Day holiday. We anticipate re-opening on Tuesday or Wednesday based upon the outcome of Hurricane Dorian.

When the office re-opens, our regular business hours will return to Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM.

STORM UPDATE - FRIDAY, 8/30 - 11AM

MASTER MANAGEMENT OFFICE CLOSURE

The Master Management Office will be closing at 2 PM today, Friday, August 30th, due to Hurricane Dorian preparations.

Monday, September 2nd, the Master Management Office is closed for the Labor Day holiday. We anticipate re-opening on Tuesday or Wednesday based upon the outcome of Hurricane Dorian.

When the office re-opens, our regular business hours will return to Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM.


WHO TO CALL FOR ASSISTANCE

In case of an emergency please dial 9-1-1. If the wind speeds reach 40 mph all security personnel will be sent home. Prior to wind speed reaching 40 mph, you may contact the Main Gate at (954) 421-355

9-1-1 should always be contacted FIRST.

Everyone please stay safe and we will send out information regarding the re-opening of our office as soon as possible.

Thank you,

Vallen A. Smikle

Executive DirectoR