We wanted to share pictures from the 9/11 Memorial that was setup at the Club House over the weekend.
Our next community garage sale will be Saturday, October 2nd from 8 AM to 2 PM. The front gates will be open during this time.
In case of rain that day we will move it to the next Saturday, October 9th.
Because of Labor Holiday on Monday, all our pick-ups will be pushed back by 1 day this week. Garbage & Recycling will happen Friday morning, and yard waste pick-up will be Saturday morning.
I just wanted to let you know that 2 new storms have formed in the Atlantic but neither poses a threat to us. ‘Kate’ is so far east and north of us it will have no effect on the US and ‘Larry’ is turning north and is projected to spin out to sea and not make landfall, as well.
Don’t forget today is the day you can get a gate sticker for your vehicle for only $15 (regularly $25). You can get yours at the club house from 2:00-4:00 PM and 5:30-7:00 PM. Please bring ID, and if you are a renter also bring a copy of your lease. If you are unable to get by the club house during these times please contact the HOA at 609-705-5733.
Thank you, and have a safe Labor Day weekend.
An issue has been brought to the Board’s attention that many residents are using the visitors lane/kiosk to get into the community because they do not have a gate sticker in their car. This is causing unnecessary back-ups in the Visitors Lane and at the kiosk.
Envera will no longer be automatically verifying vehicles when they insert their license; a live guard will come on to speak with them. They will also be forwarding a list of residents who keep gaining access this way. In order to encourage residents to purchase gate stickers and not use the Visitors Lane, new gate stickers will be offered for one day only at $15 instead of the normal $25.
On September 1st from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM and from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM at the Club House residents can get a new sticker for $15. Please bring ID with you. If you are a renter, please bring a copy of your lease, as well. If you are unable to make either of these times please call 609-705-5733 to set up an appointment.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Tropical Storm #9, Ida, has formed south of us. Since it poses no threat to us but will travel up the Gulf I wanted to at least mention it. Ida is headed towards Louisiana and is predicted to reach hurricane status before making it to land, and possibly major hurricane status.
This will be the only post on Ida.
The HOA Board would like to remind residents that the current restrictions at the pools have not been lifted. This is in direct reference to what can be brought into the pool area.
The only items allowed at this time are towels and bottle water. Flotation devices, coolers, including individual foods and drinks may not be brought in at this time. For small children “floaties” are allowed. Until COVID restrictions are lifted by the CDC we do not want to put any residents at risk so we are still following the guidelines set up when the pools were re-opened.
We also want to let residents know that when there is lightning within 10 miles of the area the pools are shutdown for your safety. Please do not argue with the security guard, they are there to make sure rules are followed. You can read all our rules for our pools HERE.
Our Board would like nothing more than to fully open the pools for everyone without restrictions but until COVID infections in our state drop to an acceptable level we must follow these rules.
Tropical Depression Grace is forecast to move West of us and towards Texas so this will be the last update on it unless it suddenly does an about face and heads back to Florida.
I’ll keep your posted on future storms that may affect us.
Good morning everyone,
Tropical Depression Fred is scheduled to become a Tropical Storm but has drifted far enough west that forecasters say all we may get Sunday is a slightly higher chance of rain so this will be the final update.
We are now watching Tropical Depression Grace. There is a lot of uncertainty with its direction and how strong it will become. I’ll keep you posted on Grace as it travels closer.
Fred is strengthening into a Tropical Storm and is still on course to skim along our west coast. Local weather is reporting Sunday will be our rainy day. They are saying there may be a chance of isolated tornado activity on that day so please keep yourself updated through TV news, your smartphone weather alert, or your weather radio.