Please come to the beach this weekend to help with the annual clean-up on Sunday May 2nd from 11:00 – 3:00. We’ll pick up any trash, sticks, and someone will mow. Dave Buckland will roto-till the beach area and volleyball area, but we’ll need to rake the sand into place. We’ll pull some weeds and trim back some of the brush.
Last Fall, Dave Howard built a very nice rack where we would like all owners of canoes/rowboats/kayaks/paddleboats to store their boats. There are a few old boats in the bushes near the pontoon slips that look like they have not been used or moved in years. If you’re the owner of one of those boats, please come the to Clean-Up and claim it.
The Access Committee will bring snacks, pop and our tools. Please bring your tools and we’ll pitch in and get this done!
— The Access Committee
After almost 20 years with the same access key, we have discovered that lots of people have keys who no longer live in the neighborhood. Accordingly, the Boards and Access Committee have moved to replace the key with a new, “do not duplicate” key blank. Your old key will work in the lock until Saturday, May 1st, after which time you will need the new key to get access to the Park.
Who qualifies for keys to the park? You must be a “member in good standing” in your association (no delinquent dues or assessments).
Is there a fee for the replacement keys? Yes. A replacement key costs $12.00. This price covers the cost of the locksmith’s fees for the new lock and key manufacture.
Where can I get a new key? New keys will be distributed at the Annual Homeowners Meetings and at the Park Annual Clean-up on Sunday May 2nd, 2010. After that you should call Dave Buckland to arrange for a key.