The Board will need to decide soon on how to prepare for the annual membership meeting in October concerning the voting procedure for new directors, a slide presentation, seating, and possibly using Zoom.
The dog park fencing should be completed this month and the Board will need to decide when the community can start to use the facility. The grass needs to get established and the support equipment needs to be ordered. Certain wood for the benches is no longer available so prebuilt benches will be purchased. A simple feces disposal system will be installed with the more elaborate cleaning station installed in the spring.
The first Townhall of the year covering safety and security for LH went well. Sheriff Millholland and his support team, Haines, and the LH attorney answered multiple questions and addressed concerns related to the community. I will give the Neighborhood Watch packet to Jill if anyone would like to initiate a community group.
Two issues the Board will need to address that came out of that meeting concern free passes for motorcycles at the gatehouse and if members need to accompany their guests at the beach or if using any other LH amenities.
Mike is looking into shortening the time the right lane gate arm stays open at the gatehouse entrance. It now stays up twenty seconds. He will run a weekly check to see how much abuse there is with two cars trying to enter on the same lift, tailgating behind the front car, some legitimately, and some by nonresidents.
August 2020 General Manager’s Report Clubhouse Covid-19 Sanitation Procedures There are currently a number of sanitation procedures and practices in use at the Clubhouse in response to Phase Three of Virginia’s Covid-19 reopening plan. The collective goal of these...