Frequently Asked Questions
When was Fisherman's Cove built?
Who can use the Fishermans Cove pool?
Are all units occupied?
Who is the governing body at Fisherman's Cove?
Should I attend Board meetings?
Please note that Board Meetings may be changed due to board members work commitments. For your reference, date, time, and location are posted at the entrances to Fishermans Cove, and on the website Calendar.
Who manages Fishermans Cove?
The Association employs MAY Management, Inc., a real estate management company, to manage its affairs. MAY Management collects monthly assessments from the unit owners and disburses funds in accordance with a budget that is developed by the Board. Our primary contact at MAY Management and the Community Association Manager is Steven Sheremeta. His assistant is Amanda Lee. For all inquiries regarding your unit or the Association, please contact them at 904.273.9832.
Who takes care of condos in an owner's absence?
The Association requires each owner to deposit a key with MAY Management for access in the event of emergency or required repairs of common elements in the owner’s absence. By Board direction the keys are kept in the Association’s locked key box at MAY Management. All authorized individuals using the keys are required to sign the key out and in. The keys are used only in an emergency (such as fire or water leak) or with the Board’s permission when required to facilitate repairs to the Association’s common elements (such as access to the lakeside decks for the two-story units). No other basis for access to the keys is allowed without written permission (letter, fax, or e-mail) from the owner. Unit owner non-emergency requests for the keys must be during normal business hours.
In the event of a hurricane threat, where can I find information?
Click here to view the Red Cross hurricane safety preparedness guide.
Click here to view the St. Johns County hurricane preparedness guide.
Click here to view the latest St. Johns County press releases regarding emergencies.
In addition to the above links, please always check the IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS tab on the Owners page, and the Sawgrass Master Associations website: sawgrassassociation.com to find out any additional information for approaching storms.
Where can I find information on fire safety?
What about garbage collection and recycling?
Recyclable items such as glass, plastic, paper goods, and cardboard boxes (must be flattened prior to pick up), etc. should be placed in the blue bins and carried out curbside for collection on Mondays. Please note that bins are only allowed to be out from 5pm Tuesday – 5pm Wednesday, per Sawgrass Master Association.
Florida Refuse comes early Monday mornings to pick up lawn waste, branches, plant material and may be piled curbside on Sunday evenings after 5pm for next day pickup.
Who do I contact about services or maintenance needs?
What about assessments?
What should I know about insurance for my unit?
The Association responsibility as defined in the Declaration of Condominium, a copy of which each owner should have, is limited to Common Elements, Limited Common Elements, and Units—up to the unfinished interior surfaces but excluding glass, screening, doors. or other openings—including all pipes, ducts, wires, vents and conduits running through interior walls for the furnishing of utilities, heating and cooling, and ventilation.
Owners should obtain any desired insurance coverage for contents, personal liability, loss of use, etc. as well as for uncovered “unit” components at their own expense. Any owners wishing more detailed information on the Association’s insurance policies should contact Leigh Anne Blackwood at MAY Management.