The Peninsula on Lake Granbury

The Peninsula on Lake Granbury.
 
Boil Water Notice
Written by Apollo Gibson   
Thursday, 19 January 2017

The Peninsula is currently under a Boil Water Notice.

No other info has been provided at this time, but check back for updates. Updates will be posted here.

The following is from epa.gov:

Boil water, if you do not have bottled water. Boiling is sufficient to kill pathogenic bacteria, viruses and protozoa (WHO, 2015).

  • If water is cloudy, let it settle and filter it through a clean cloth, paperboiling water towel, or coffee filter.

  • Bring water to a rolling boil for at least one minute. At altitudes above 5,000 feet (1,000 meters), boil water for three minutes.

  • Let water cool naturally and store it in clean containers with covers.       

  • To improve the flat taste of boiled water, add one pinch of salt to each quart or liter of water, or pour the water from one clean container to another several times.

 

 
Gate Guidelines
Written by Apollo Gibson   
Thursday, 29 December 2016

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Last Updated ( Monday, 16 January 2017 )
 
Article #2 Dues & Roads
Written by Apollo Gibson   
Thursday, 03 November 2016

For those who missed Article #1, we are repeating the introductory paragraph of definitions and acronyms.

For starters, we must start from the beginning, when the developers of the community established the rules for owning and developing a lot in the development.  Those rules are currently known as the “Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for The Peninsula on Lake Granbury” (CCR).  The CCR allows for the creation of the HOA Board of Directors (BOD) and the HOA Bylaws and the Architectural Committee (ARC).  Broken down just a bit further, the ARC then establishes the Design Guidelines, Policies and Procedures for the development of lots and construction of homes in the community.  All of these documents are available on the community website at www.tpolg.com and all property owners should retain a copy of these documents.  We will discuss more of the details of the documents, BOD and ARC in future articles and blasts.

There are a lot of questions that come to the board members regarding the HOA dues.  Article 9 of the CCR addresses the duties of the board with regards to the business of the association and the need for the board to maintain funds to take care of that business, that is utilities, insurance, taxes, legal fees and management and professional services etc.  These funds are also used to take care of the common areas of the community which include the front gate, the boat trailer storage area and the water storage and pumping areas.  The largest and most costly common area of the community is our roads.  We will speak more regarding the roads in a moment.  Article 10, Assessments, of the CCR addresses where the board generates the funds necessary to do the business of the association.  Specifically, Article 10.3 Annual Assessment, is our annual HOA dues which currently stands at $450/ year.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 03 November 2016 )
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Article #1 Role of BOD & ARC
Written by Apollo Gibson   
Monday, 24 October 2016
As we begin to bring 2016 to a close, your HOA Board of Directors would like to communicate to the community what your board is about, some of the things it does and what your board is responsible for. To that end, the board will be sending out email blast and website articles during the next couple of months with various types of information. So, stay tune!!

For starters, we must start from the beginning, when the developers of the community established the rules for owning and developing a lot in the development. Those rules are currently known as the “Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for The Peninsula on Lake Granbury” (CCR). The CCR allows for the creation of the HOA Board of Directors (BOD) and the HOA Bylaws and the Architectural Committee (ARC). Broken down just a bit further, the ARC then establishes the Design Guidelines, Policies and Procedures for the development of lots and construction of homes in the community. All of these documents are available on the community website at www.tpolg.com and all property owners should retain a copy of these documents. We will discuss more of the details of the documents, BOD and ARC in future articles and blasts.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 03 November 2016 )
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Welcome to The Peninsula on Lake Granbury
Written by Apollo Gibson   
Saturday, 17 February 2007

tpolg1Thank you for visiting TPOLG.com, The Peninsula on Lake Granbury's community site.  The Peninsula is a beautiful gated community located on Lake Granbury just minutes north of the Historic Granbury Square and less than an hour SW from the DFW Metroplex.  Set amongst a peaceful countryside with extraordinary lakeviews, The Peninsula offers a quiet secluded enviornment yet with family entertainment, restaurants, and shopping just  minutes away.  Founded in 1998, this community was built on what was once Stockton Bend on the Brazos River.  In 2004, the area was newly incorporated into the city of Brazos Bend, TX, and is officially goverened by an elected Homeowners Association Board and by its Bylaws and  Covenants.  The Peninsula is truly a wonderful community and a great place to call home.

We welcome all visitors to TPOLG.com.  We hope the information about the community, available properties, the Homeowners Association, Brazos Bend, Granbury, and the surrounding area will help in the decision to make The Peninusla your new home.

For registered residents, and property owners, please take advantage of all the features TPOLG.com has to offer:

  • Get Updates on Peninsula Events and News straight to your inbox.
  • Share your photos with others in the community.
  • Submit events to the Calendar.
  • Share news and stories with others in the community.
  • Special access to Association News and Information.
  • Participate in our online forum.
  • Sell, Buy, or Trade items in our online classifieds.

Residents, Homeowners, Landowners and approved non-resident users, please register here.  Please allow up to 2 business days for our administration team to verify residency.  Non-residents wishing to use the site, please have a board member or property manager approve you prior to registering.  This will expedite the approval process.

Information gathered during the registration process is for the sole purpose of verifying appropriate users to the private areas of the site.  This information is for private use only and for the benefit of the residents of The Peninsula on Lake Granbury.  Personal data will not be sold or distributed.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 12 March 2012 )