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 Welcome to Hunter's Trace Subdivision

Last update:  7/19/2022

This site was created to provide a central source of information for our members and visitors.  Remember the goals of this organization are to "Retain the beauty, serenity, and equity of our homes in this Subdivision" We cannot do it without the support of everyone.

Recent Announcements - 2022

A Hunters Trace Homeowners packet was brought by your house on 7/18/2022.  If you did not get it by hand please look in there newspaper slot box underneath there mailbox. 

Also our homeowners association fee of $50 for this year is now due and was part of the delivered package.


The recent two powerful storms sure knocked down lots of tree limbs and a few trees in Hunters Trace.  It is advisible that we all inspect our trees for rotten areas and have them inspected and trimmed to prevent damage to your property or your neighbors property. One resident had $4,000 damage due to neighbors trees falling into his back yard.  


Our Deer friends:


New Windows?  My house is now 29 years old and needed new windows since the screens did not fit, permanent mold was on some edges, and some of the double pane glass had the seal broken.  After three quotes, I went with Window World.  There price was best and their windows had all the features I wanted with the options including energy efficiency.  The installation took 2 days and was suprisingly neat with do paint touch up required.  If anyone wants to talk about my experience, call me. Robin Corsiglia 352-804-4690.

We had our Hunters Trace Homeowners meeting – Saturday, March 19, 2022 and agreed to keep up the Hunters Trace Homeowners Association with a vote.  Now the new paperwork will be sent to Tallahassee for approval.  After approval, we will send out to each homeowner the list of each requested change to our Declartion of Restructions and Maintenance and /or our By-Laws and you will be able to vote Yes or No for each change. 

Be sure and submit your wanted changes now before the list is made and sent out for voting. 

After the votes have been counted, we will have another meeting to dicuss the vote and changes .

No date yet for this meeting.


Picture taken on March 19, 2022 at 7:30am.


It was cold today - Sunday 1/30/2022 for a short time.




Our President just called me and said we have a Secretary for Hunters Trace Homeowners – Summer Roth.

Kevin Boutwell our president also told me that no one has submitted any ideas for changes to our rules as was asked for at our last meeting.  We really need this input quickly.

Some items he said might be wanted are: Allowing Sheds with restrictions, Allowing Boats, a more detailed description of what is allowed in the front yards of properties and tree trimming.

So if you want any of these to be voted on shortly or can add other items that we can all vote on, please email Kevin Boutwell-  kpb1955@cox.net.  He is expecting to hear back from the state on accepting our Articles of Incorporation of Hunters Trace Homeowners Association - or – The By-Laws of Hunters Trace Homeowners Association, Inc. (not sure which one the state approves).

Also The Fence along NE 7th Street was built by the developer and belongs to the Hunters Trace Homeowners.  We may need to get Right of Easement from each property owner so changes and update can be performed.

Robin Corsiglia  352-804-4690


Some recent Christmas Decorated Houses

I walked my dogs aorund last night and took these pictures of some of our houses for Christmas 2021.


Hunters Trace Luminaries for Christmas Eve


On 10/17/2021 My dogs and I saw a baby Gopher Turtle near the drain retention area.





On 10/11/2021 about 5:30 pm, I saw a neighbor running around the street about 130 feet North of my mailbox and the saw a shiny rattle snake in the middle of the road.  I grabbed my shovel and ran up to help. The neighbor brought out a long handled shovel and killed the snake.  I asked him to cut off the head.  I cut off the rattles to save.  Now I am worried about my dogs and will look hard for more rattle snakes.



Our HOA meeting today (9/18/2021) approved keeeping Hunters Trace HOA.  We now have 30 days to send all the info to the state and they have 60 days to accept our HOA with no changes.  Then we each can submit the changes we want to the HOA and all residents will get the chance to vote on each change. 


Dog Owners - Beware of Poisonous Mushrooms in your yard. My Neighbor's dog ate some and has been in the vet hospital for a few day and is not expected to live.  Below are the pictures of the one that are suspected to be poisonous. My yard had over 30of the small red new ones in one day yesterday.

ll? How to Get Rid of Mushrooms in Your Lawn ? 3 Easy Methods (topyarddesign.com)



On Saturday, 8/28/2021, a car was driving around in Hunters Trace with someone checking for unlocked cars to rob.

Be sure and lock your cars.


Hunters Trace HOA Changes 


For years there have been residents of Hunters Trace that wanted changes to our Declaration of Restrictions and Maintenance Covenant and/or our Buy-Laws.

Our Board of Directors have been working toward making changes that our residents want and have an attorney from Klein and Klein advising them and working with them.

This is what will happen:

Everyone should have already signed for a complete package of our old current Covenant and By-Laws.  Next we will have a meeting to vote to see if we want to have a HOA or not.  If yes, some papers need to be sent to the state and county for approval.  Next, we will have a listing of changes we want and then a meeting to have a vote on each change.  The result of this vote will be our new Covenant and By-Laws.  There is no time frame of when these will be done.

After my talk with our board President Kevin Boutwell, I have taken notes and show below what is expected to happen to have our residents vote on any changes.

Step #1: Complete

The board will be handing out information for the residents to have a vote on whether they want to change our current restrictions and/ By-Laws.  This process must be formally documented with signatures as to yes or no for changes.  The changes are not defined in this step.  If the answer is yes to make changes, the formal papers to ask for the authority to make changes must be submitted to the State and they have 60 days to approve it.  Then it goes to the county and they have 30 days to approve it.

Step #2:

There will be a Hunters Trace Homeowners meeting to discuss and make a listing on what items we want to change.  This list in only expect to be about 5 or 6 items.  A few items discussed so far might be should we allow sheds in the back yard, should we allow boats in the back yard, should we change the type of fences permitted in Hunters Trace.  Each of these would have their own restrictions such as size and color that will be described in each item to be voted upon.

Step #3:

There will be a Hunters Trace Homeowners meeting to actually vote on each item on the change list with a 2/3 vote required for each item to pass.  This will be voted by proxy with a sealed secret ballot box.  The board with 3 volunteer residents to watch will then open the ballet box and the votes will be counted for each item listed.  


If anyone sees changes in my above description of HOA Changes, let me know and I will change the wording.

You can access and read the current Declaration of Restrictions and Maintenance Covenant and our Buy-Laws on this web page under Deed Restrictions.

Added the March 24, 2021 Meeting Minutes



We held our HOA meeting on Saturday, March 27, 2021 and will post more info from the meeting when I receive it.  We did elect some new board members and now have the following board:


 Current Board- April 2021:

 President:         Kevin Boutwell  kpb1955@cox.net                  352-351-8476

Vice Predident: Cody Blair          cody7099@hotmail.com      352-427-1632                    

Ann Mercer                                ann.mercer@yahoo.com         734-497-6721

 Treasure:          Tim Bell             timothybell7835@gmail.com   352-624-0163 

 Secretary:         Doug Langlois    douglaslanglois@centurylink.net  352-207-1948


Please pick up after your dogs!!

I walk my two Scottie dogs along NE 51st Ave and in the last couple of weeks there has been a large increase of dog poops along the road or sidewalk.  Everyone needs to pick up after their dogs. 


Our Deer Friends:


Taken with my iPhone 12 Pro:

Watch tree tree top cutting video: 1/16/2021: Tree top Cutting Video:

Hope everyone had a "Merry Christmas"

Here are a few pictures of our Christmas Lights:

Taken with my iPhone 12 Pro with LADAR.


It sure was cold on Dec 26, 2020:


Blake tries the birdbath ice.  12/26/2020

See the latest Deed Restructions and By-Laws - on the Deed Restrictions Page.


Robin's Humming Bird Video 9/27/2020 Click : Here


Be sure and lock your cars if kept outside.  Someone had stuff stolen from their unlocked car in early September 2020.

We  need a volunteer to be the Hunters Trace Homeowners President!

Homeowners names and addresses 7/28/2020 

July 14, 2020 Letter to Homeowners

A Water Moccasin Snake was seen and killed in Hunters Trace on 6/7/2020.  Watch out for more. 

Sad News: Our Vice-President:   Ann Mercer's husband Mark passed away this week. Our prayers are with her. 

The Hunters Trace Home Owners "Annual Meeting" will be held March 28th at 9:00am next to Jim Ally's side yard and the drainage retention area.  Bring a chair.  Cancelled


On Jan 1, 2020 at 5:30 PM, I saw this large Egret walking in my yard looking for lizards to eat.  He walked very slow and let me get up close to take the pictures. More pictures under "Our Wild Animal Pictures"

On Jan 11, 2020 at about 8:00am while walking my dogs, I saw a fox as seen in the attach pictures.  My dogs barked and pulled, but I was able to get out my phone and take these pictures (Amazing with my dogs).  Some are taken with 2X and some with 10X which is grainy.The fox seemed to be about 30 feet from me and my barking dogs at one point and just stood there watching us.  More pictures under "Our Wild Animal Pictures"

Recent Announcements - 2019

Nate the cat is home after over a month of being missing!   12/21/19

This was the greatest Christmas gift ever --  to get our Nate back.  Apparently, he accidentally hitched a ride in somebody's car or truck because he was about 10 miles from our house. A nine-year-old girl befriended him and got his information off his collar.  She will be getting a very special Christmas gift from Nate.


Ocala Utilities Rebates:

Hunters Trace homeowner can get rebates from Ocala Utilities for New Solor Water Heater, Refrigerator, Programable Thermostat, Freezer, Diswasher, Clothes Dryer, Attic Insulation, Air Conditioner/Heatr Pump, Heat Pump Water Heater, Package Terminal AC or Heat Pump, and Commericial Lighting.  Go to this web site to fillout the rebate form after you buy the item.



Robin's 2019 Hurricane Check List: <--- Click Here


Security Alert: On July 11, 2019 about 5:30 pm, someone went into the fenced back yard of a resident and looked into the house. A automatic camera took a picture as shown below.  Keep a lookout for strangers and keep your doors locked.  I know several residents have loaded handguns just in case of a break in.

Also a large rattlesnake was on a residents front porch this month.


The Annual Hunters Trace Homeowners Association Metting Was held on Saturday March 30, 2019.  The Minutes of the meeting: "Click Here".

The assessment at $50.00 per home site for 2019/2020 and is due by April 30, 2019.

Also if you walk your dogs, please pick up after them.  This has not been done on 41st Ave.  If you see someone not doing this, please ask them to pick up.


Send me your pet pictures with their name, wildlife pictures, and flowers taken in Hunters Trace for our Web Page.....


The Developer of Hunter’s Trace Subdivision filed a "Declaration for Restrictions and Maintenance Covenants" on March 14, 1989 in Public Records of Marion County , Florida , Book 1564, Pages 1086 through 1100. These Restrictions and Maintenance Covenants apply to each and every home and home site within the Hunter’s Trace Subdivision.

The residents of Hunter’s Trace held meetings on February 19, 20, and 23, 1994  to from a homeowners Association for the protection of the property values within the subdivision. An attorney was retained and corporate papers were completed making it a legal process. The Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws for Hunter’s Trace Homeowners Association, Inc were filed with the Florida Secretary of State, Division of Corporations on May 16, 1994 , as a Not-For-Profit corporation under Florida Statute 617 and retains all of the authority and powers granted under this statue.

The primary purpose of the Hunter’s Trace Homeowner’s Association, Inc. is to maintain the beauty of our subdivision. Thereby  seeking voluntary compliance of each homeowner with the Declaration of Restrictions and Maintenance Covenants. This is to assure  increasing value of our homes and home sites and when necessary taking enforcement actions in cases where there is non-voluntary compliance.


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