LP FIT Closed From February 8 - 10 for Installation of New, State-of-the-Art Equipment!
LP Fit will reopen Saturday, February 11 for normal operating hours.
Thanks to our partners at TechnoGym, a world leader in the Fitness and Wellness solutions sector, equipping more than 65,000 wellness centers and over 100,000 homes worldwide to reach an estimated 35 million people in over 100 countries, LP Fit will soon be equipped with new, state-of-the-art equipment.
Enhancements include TechnoGym's SkillMill Consoles, replacing existing machines with TechnoGym models with individual monitors on most cardio equipment and connectivity to a wellness platform with coaching and training content.
Upgrades will take place over the next few months with the first phase happening Wednesday, February 8 - Friday, February 10. This phase includes the aerobic equipment on the left side of the facility. Upgrades to the strength training (right side) area will be made later in the spring.
Please note that if the facility opens early on Friday, February 10, residents will be notified immediately.
If you are interested in joining one of our new planning committees, please enter your information in the form below. We'll get back to you with details of meeting dates/times.
Below find the meeting slides for the 1/19/17 Board and Members Meeting
We are looking forward to this Thursday’s annual meeting for the approval of our 2017 budget. We will have a few other agenda items and updates that we wanted to share before we meet.
The 2017 proposed budget is very similar to the adopted budget of 2016. The notable changes are as follows:
The management continually works to keep annual fees as reasonable as possible and to avoid large year-over-year increases. The annual fees are still very much in line, or less than other master planned communities of Laureate Park’s size.
Since our last meeting, a few new developments of note:
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE ON LAUREATE BLVD.
When the authorized repair work began on Laureate Blvd. (near the VA), the crews encountered some soil issues that required additional modifications to the initial scope. Because this work is being completed by the Greeneway Improvement District, the additional scope of work must be approved by its Board of Supervisors. It is anticipated that the scope will be approved on 1/17, and then the repairs can begin. In the interim, the City of Orlando should be approving a Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) plan that should allow two-way traffic while the repair is in progress. We anticipate being able to open the road to two-way traffic again in the next two weeks.
The annual HOA meeting will take place at 6:00 PM on Thursday, January 19th at the Lakehouse. The proposed 2017 budget will be approved at the meeting. A meeting agenda will be available the week of the 16th.