2024 Annual Letter – Coral Cove Civic Association


Greetings Covians,

It’s officially been one year since taking on the role of Coral Cove president, and what a year it has been! I feel so fortunate to call Coral Cove my home and all of you my neighbors.

As the board, our priority has been to maintain the beauty of our neighborhood while keeping the costs to a minimum for our residents. The focus on savings over the pandemic period also allowed us to take on two bigger improvement projects.

The previously manually operated park gate was becoming a constant issue with the magnets and patch welds failing. We upgraded to a new automatic gate that closes independently and has pads to open when leaving the park. Everyone I speak to is loving this upgrade!

The second large project, refreshing and mulching the islands, was one many of you were involved in. We dug out and leveled the front, removed some of the dated plants and unhealthy palms to give us a new canvas to work within 2024. Up next for the front entry is a fresh coat of white paint on the entry signs, modern light fixtures, and Florida-friendly plantings to round out the more mature plants already there.

Thank you all for your help with these improvements; every time we have a call out for volunteers, the outpouring of help is amazing!

We plan to host the annual meeting in the park this year and will send out a date for that shortly, but it will likely be in the middle of February.

Thank you for an amazing first year as your association president.

– Nicholas Iannitti

For 2024, dues will remain the same as they have for the last two years. We aim to keep our dues low and provide as much value as possible for our members while covering the annual bills.

  • Membership dues remain the same for homeowners ($200) and renters ($250)
  • Boating (park vehicle access) remains the same for owners at $130.

Below you can find a list of just some of the items that your dues cover.

Grounds Keeping Waterfront Park Maintenance

•      Front Entrance Landscaping & Lighting

•      Park Maintenance & Lighting

•      Electricity for lighting and Irrigation

•      Mowing, Trimming, Fertilization, Weed and Pest Control of all Common Areas

•      Tree Trimming (@ 160 trees)

•      Dock

•      Park security gate

•      Oversight of all boating

•      Repairs to park security

•      Park Facilities Rules & Regulations

•      Boat Ramp Maintenance

Liability Insurance General Office Management Costs

•      D&O Liability

•      Florida Assessments

•      General Liability

•      Umbrella Insurance

•      Offsite Mailbox

•      Website

•      Annual Report to State & Tax Preparation

•      Financial Oversight

•      Hospitality


Dues can be mailed in or paid online at CoralCoveSarasota.com. When you log in as the account owner, you can use a credit card to make a one-time payment or set your membership to auto-renew. If you don’t recall your password, this link shows how it can be reset in less than a minute – Password Reset How To

We have incorporated the $.30 + 2.9% into the online dues cost when paying online. As a reference point, the rounded price adds $7 to the $200 membership when renewing online. If paying by check, there are no additional charges. The attached invoice has all the information on paying by check, but if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

As we did last year, you are welcome to drop off any checks in our treasurer’s mailbox:  7535 COVE TER.


Nicholas Iannitti, President

Julie Lohr, Vice President

Deb Mouhot, Treasurer

Katrina Breen, Secretary

Scott Atkins, Director


Mike Gabbert, Director

Jeff Stern, Director

Gray Lawry, Director

Tawni Rich, Director



Download the Annual Letter – ccca_2024_annual_letter

Download 2022 Dues Notice – ccca_2024_dues_notice