2022 is off to a roaring start and many thanks to Alan Carr, the landscape around Hole 1 hasn’t looked this good in years! Hat’s off to his tireless and selfless work!
If you have a moment, there are several new documents updated on the website including 2021 financials, the 2022 budget, new committees, and legacy documents regarding general POA policies and fines. Additionally, there is a page for the 2022 Board Meeting Schedule.
As a reminder, parts of the website are password protected. If you need the password, please reach out to the manager.
A couple of other notes to pass on from the Board Meeting on Thursday 20 January:
–Please be careful at night. Many of our streets can get dark. We’ve had some close call with folks on poorly-lit/not-very-reflective wheeled things as well as pedestrians. There’s no hurry that’s worth a neighbor’s safety.
–A family has offered and been approved to build a “neighborhood library” box near the Gazebo, so that new amenity should be showing up soon. If you have books you’d like to share, this is a great community feature.
–Bluewater Association Management is normally staffed during their published hours, but if you intend to visit the office–it’s always good to call ahead. They serve many neighborhoods and may need to deconflict visit times to serve all clients.