CORONAVIRUS: This month we are all still trying to adjust to our “new normal”. Or, as one internet pundit put it, “Who knew when we changed our clocks, we would go from Standard Time to The Twilight Zone!” As you are probably aware, the Association has had to make some changes. The pool has been closed until further notice, as per instructions from the County Health Department. The Board can no longer meet in person, so Board meetings will be held by teleconference via Zoom. Meetings will still be held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, but will be held at noon, rather than 6:30pm. The agenda, with instructions for how to join the meeting, will be posted at the pool and on our website 4 days prior to the meeting. Our landscape services will continue as usual (assuming it stops raining!). The employees have been trained to follow current CDC social distancing guidelines.
We have no way of knowing how long the “stay home” order will be in effect. We will try to keep everyone informed as to how this affects our Association. In the meantime, we’re trying to think positively…think of the opportunities…clean the closets and the garage, finally make a dent in that list of projects that’s been around for years, learn a new skill (how to give yourself or your spouse a haircut?), try new recipes, start a daily journal so when your kids or grandkids ask what you did during the pandemic of 2020, you can tell them. More importantly, stay in touch with your neighbors, friends, and family. We all need to support each other to get through this. Our county supervisor, Lisa Bartlett, puts out a very informative newsletter with links to county services you may want to take advantage of. To subscribe, go to her website at www.supbartlett.com, click on the “subscribe” box on the homepage.
FRONT ENTRANCE PROJECT: The latest word from the city is that the project has been approved, pending any appeal by adjacent property owners. Ideally we would be able to start construction April 16.
REMINDER: The speed limit in Captain’s Hill is 15 mph. It seems that people are exceeding that more and more frequently. We recently observed one car racing up from the entrance, and not even pausing at the stop sign at the intersection of Spinnaker. Please don’t endanger people and pets…observe the speed limit!
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