Corporate News

NLYH Corporate Board of Directors (BOD)

PresidentWayne Barefoot239-234-6282
Vice-PresidentTom Doré609-468-5211
SecretaryChristina Abend-Powell571-334-0866
TreasurerKathy Scanlan617-595-8359
Environmental ControlRick Jennings603-380-5087
Legal & RulesRoy Wilson239-821-4995
SalesJon Alberghini617-688-1366
Capital ImprovementsTom Devlin616-481-0288
SeawallsJack Bonzelaar239-206-1887
MaintenanceTom Doré609-468-5211

Regular Board meetings are the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month, October thru April, at 9:00 AM in the NLYH Clubhouse.

There will only be one Corp. Board meeting in Nov and Dec. No meeting on  Nov 28 and Dec. 26 – thanks

View our Calendar Page for additional details

NLYH Members Page

Our Members Page contains information that is intended to keep you up to date with whats going on in the park.  The Members Page is intended for NLYH Residents viewing only, thank you.

Open Members Page

NOTE: This page is password protected, contact the office or watch channel 102 for the password.

Board of Directors Communication

Board of Directors Elections

Make sure you check out our Members Page for information on our Board of Directors candidates.

Don’t forget to do the following when you go north (Rule 23)

All members must secure their awnings and storm shutters and remove all movable objects outside their home (including but not limited to, patio furniture, barbecue grills, flower pots, lawn ornaments, bicycles, garden hoses, hose reels, outdoor carpeting, recycle and garbage cans, and store them in an inside location. Any movable items found or reported to be at a resident’s home site following their departure will be picked-up and disposed of in the NLYH refuse container.

Golf Carts – (Rule IV. #1) Traffic and Parking 

The community speed limit is 10 miles per hour and is to be observed by motor vehicles operators, bicyclists and skaters. NLYH does not permit or authorize the operation of golf carts by anyone under the age of 16 years old.

Boats Docked at NLYH Rule V.1

A copy of the resident member’s current watercraft registration and insurance policy with a minimum coverage of $300,000 liability and $10,000 property damage must be on file in the office”. Please make sure that your up to date documents are filed with the office.

Emergency Planning – Are you Ready?

Collier County

Don’t overlook the fact that with summer rains come the potential for severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and the possibility of tornadoes.

Read and save as your favorites on your computer or smartphone websites such as the following which have helpful tips on getting prepared and building a family action plan.

  • Collier County Emergency Management
  • Ready (Department of Homeland Security)
  • FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
  • Florida Disaster (Florida Division of Emergency Management)
  • Sign up for Collier County Emergency Management daily situation reports

Collier Emergency Management also has Facebook and Twitter pages which will have real time info in case of an actual event.

Remember that text messaging to family and friends consumes fewer resources on the cellular network than voice and media. Make sure you are text savvy to stay in contact with family and friends if cellular networks are impacted or periodically overloaded.

Miscellaneous Information

Remodel, Maintenance, Planting and Watering