Subcommittee of Surface Water Management
Committee Background and Responsibilities
The Cape Royal community has 23 man-made lakes and this committee is responsible for weed control and water quality of the lakes as required by the South Florida Water Management District’s Permit No. 36-0045-S. The Lakes Committee contracts annually with a third party to treat the lakes for control of exotic/nuisance plants and weeds.
As part of this committee’s responsibility for the water quality of the lakes, they have a cadre of resident volunteers who deliver water samples to the Lee County Hyacinth Control District for testing each month.
The Lakes Committee monitors and manages lake-related activities and provides recommendations to the Surface Water Management Chair and the HOA Board of Directors as needed. Additional responsibilities include the following:
Understand the issues relative to its scope responsibilities by communicating with the BOD and HOA membership.
Develop and manage the approved annual Budget.
Develop tactical plans specific to the budget, committee plans and objectives.
Execute plans utilizing project management skills.
Manage BOD approved 3rd party contracts.
Periodically assess future requirements of the Committee’s long range planning and communicating to the Board.