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When: Aug 14, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Special Board of Directors Meeting Notice

 

SPECIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING NOTICE
Date: 8/14/20 Time: 1:00 PM
Where: 10820 S. Ocean Drive, Upper Rec Hall & Webinar
(Webinar participation information to be provided prior to meeting)

AGENDA
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
       • Meeting minutes (Feb/19/2020)
       • Special & Organizational meetings’ minutes (May/22/2020)
         Financials Reviewed
         Sewer Resolution Motion
III. TREASURER’S REPORT

IV. COMMITTEES -no reports

V. NEW BUSINESS

President
SQUAT Committee Sewer Infrastructure Presentation
• Presentation will include details on the following:
         Special assessment of $18.51/mo. x 12 mos. x 10 yrs. = $2221.20. per unit total to begin 1/1/21
         Special assessment funds to pay-off Seacoast loan of $1M over 10-year period
         Loan to be used exclusively for the Holiday Out sewer infrastructure rehabilitation.
         Motions – Sewer Infrastructure Rehabilitation Special Assessment Motion
        Special Assessment Funds to pay-off Seacoast $1M – 10 yr. loan Motion
Community Cable Service Discussion
V. ADJOURNMENT

 

Holiday Out Pool & Beach Opening Conditions

 

  1. Pool hours from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm seven (7) days a week.
  2. Pool and pool area combined capacity limited to 24 (50% of max.).
  3. Pool monitors are to be utilized.
  4. Fobs may be deactivated on weekends to ensure capacity limits not exceeded
  5. No pool patio furniture available for use. Users must bring their own chairs if desired.https://holidayout.org/?page_id=9236
  6. Pool access available through all pool gates.
  7. Tunnel has been opened for use
  8. LRH bathrooms available for use by both pool and beach users.
  9. Remainder of LRH facility closed for use.
  10. Sanitation stations available at pool & LRH bathroom entrance.  
  11. LRH bathroom will be thoroughly cleaned prior to each morning opening.
  12. “Touch-up” bathroom cleaning done @ 9:00 am, 11:00 am & 1:00 pm.
  13. Hard surfaces (gates, LRH door, bathroom handles are cleaned 7am, 9am, 11am &1:00 pm
  14. Pool Service is maintaining the pool & equipment per the Florida Dept of Health guidelines.  
  15. Time in pool and pool area limited to 1.5 hours if necessary, to accommodate all users.
  16. Patio area is to remained closed for use.
  17. Pickleball courts available for play if players have own equipment.
  18. Shuffleboard courts to remain closed.

 

Please note the members’ responsibilities that impact whether the pool/rec area remain open:

 

  1. Owners’ must notify all renters, friends, and/or visiting family members of restrictions.
  2. Adhere to social distancing, sanitizing and group number limit guidelines.
  3. Use common sense and exhibit unselfish behavior.
  4. Pool monitors will not “referee” questionable behavior. Police will be called if necessary.

 

Reminders & Comments:

Access to the beach & pool should not be construed as an all-clear with respect to Covid – 19.

Any location where several people meet can present an inherent risk of exposure to Covid – 19.

Holiday Out Mgmt. cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your use of these facilities.

Residents with compromised immune systems may want to practice “self-quarantine.”

All must exhibit some personal responsibility for their own health.

Community safety is a shared responsibility. Facility users & non-users must show respect to the other.

Use at own risk.

 

As has been the approach since the Covid-19 situation began, all information & data regarding not only the virus itself but how different governmental entities & communities are approaching living with it are sought out and evaluated for their relevance to the Holiday Out Community.

 

Office will continue to be closed. All are encouraged to communicate with the office staff and management via phone, email, or correspondence.