Operations Manager Report – May 2017
By: Dan Mullins
First I would like to thank all the residents that came to the yearly annual meeting this past Saturday. I did receive many positive comments about our past year’s performance. After the meeting adjourned some residents took advantage of a tour at the new office. The residents I spoke with during the tours had nothing but good things to say about this new capital investment for the association. It doesn’t seem like it’s only been two months since we were still operating out of the Rock Creek location. I cannot complement our office staff Pat Sowry and Jen Addair and our maintenance crew enough for their effort and dedication with moving our business operations during our busiest month of the year with no impact on services to the residents.
I’d also like to remind residents that this Saturday is the Village’s Annual Cleanup Day and Expo at the clubhouse. We are hoping for good weather and many volunteers that would be willing to help load the dumpsters. More information on this event has been posted on the website, so please stop by to meet the vendors, checkout the entertainment, and have some refreshments.
With the warmer temperatures, the mowing crews have been busy with mowing grass. Our maintenance crew has been opening all rest areas, finishing spring cleanups and getting the pools ready to run. I’d also like to note that the maintenance crew has replaced several leaking faucets, damaged countertops and replaced broken toilets at beach one and beach two. The dredging operation has also been making progress in between all these rain events with opening the dewatering site up from last year’s dewatered material to get ready for this year’s new material.
As soon as the temperatures warm up a little more, I do have a contractor coming in to repair cracks in the tennis courts. Also adding to our amenities, is the new swim platform that I am told will be installed at the end of May beginning of June so keep your eye out at beach one for this new swim platform. I would like to thank Carol Delly for her effort in researching and acquiring this for the association from the Promotion Club fund.
With the boating season getting started I would just like to remind residents to be leery of any floating debris that could be coming in on some of these rain events we’ve had this past month. There have been several large trees already removed from the lake which could have been potential boating hazards. So please be aware of these potential obstacles. And another note for residents, we will have the topsoil dredge material available at either at our Crosby Cook site or at the maintenance garage.
And I wish all a safe and happy spring!