The Ballantrae Clubhouse1. The full legal name of the special district.
The Ballantrae Community Development District.

2. The public purpose of the special district.
The Ballantrae Community Development District is a special purpose unit of local government created under Florida law. The District is governed by its five-member Board of Supervisors. The District constructed and is responsible for maintaining certain public infrastructure and facilities.

5. The full text of the special district’s charter, the date of establishment, the establishing entity, and the statute or statutes under which the special district operates, if different from the statute or statutes under which the special district was established. Community development districts may reference chapter 190 as the uniform charter but must include information relating to any grant of special powers.

The Ballantrae CDD is an independent local unit of, special-purpose government, created pursuant to and existing under Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, which serves as its uniform charter. The District was established by Ordinance 03-22, adopted of the Board of County Commissioners of Pasco County, Florida on September 23, 2003. Pursuant to the Ordinance, the District was granted only the special powers described here in Chapter 190 of Florida Statutes.

7. A description of the boundaries or service area of, and the services provided by, the special district.
The District is bounded on the south by Ballantrae Shoppes and SR 54, on the west by Suncoast Meadows CDD, on the east generally by Concord Station CDD and on the north by Tower Road, Bexley CDD and Bexley Elementary School.

District Map

Pursuant to Florida law, the District levies assessments to pay for its services and certifies the assessments to the Pasco County Tax Collector for collection on the annual tax bills. The District holds meetings open to the public to discuss the various operations of the District.

10. A code of ethics adopted by the special district, if applicable, and a hyperlink to generally applicable ethics provisions.
Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees (Chapter 112, Part III, Florida Statutes). The hyperlink is: http://www.ethics.state.fl.us/Research/EthicsLaws.aspx

14. The public facilities report, if applicable.
The public facilities report is available here.

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