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Clubhouse Reopens

posted May 19, 2021, 5:11 AM by Micheline LeBlanc   [ updated May 19, 2021, 5:12 AM ]

In collaboration with the Amenities Committee chaired by Tony Medley and the Executive Members of the Cinnamon Cove Master Association Board I am happy to announce we will be lifting more COVID-19 restrictions.  This change does not signal the end of the pandemic, but it now places more of the responsibility for risk management on the individual.  This was made possible by the efficacy of the vaccines that are now readily available to all adults over 18, and one vaccine is available to those 11-17. 

 

Effective immediately, all portions of the clubhouse will be open including the front door and available for use.  Fully vaccinated persons (those that have received both of the double dose vaccines more than 2 weeks ago or the single dose vaccine more than 2 weeks ago) may now enter and use the clubhouse without masks.  Social distance requirements are also waived.  Those that do not have “fully vaccinated” status are requested to continue to wear a mask and observe the 6 foot social distancing standard.  This will be on the honor system.  Some fully vaccinated individuals may continue to wear a mask and observe social distancing.  This may be due to underlying medical conditions that may affect the individual’s vaccine response and efficacy or just personal preference.  Please be considerate of those that wish to continue to wear the mask and observe social distancing.  Also, please continue to observe sanitation protocols such as wiping down any surfaces that may have been used. I fully expect we will permanently adopt many of the sanitation practices we put in place for COVID-19. By using any common Cinnamon Cove Master Association amenities the user acknowledges and accepts the risks associated with COVID-19. Individuals exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms such as a fever are requested to observe isolation protocols and not use any Cinnamon Cove Master Association common amenities until cleared by their medical team.

 

Soon we expect to announce office hours.  Carly Garrett will be starting as the new Recreation Director within the next few days.  Once she has a chance to find her way around the office and introduce herself to the office volunteers we will announce the summer office hours.

 

The contractor has resumed work on the clubhouse pool overhang after being interrupted by an emergency at another client.  We expect, weather permitting, the structure will be substantially complete on Wednesday.  Electrical work, hanging fans, reinstallation of the drip irrigation system, gutters and downspouts will remain and require coordination with an electrician. During this time access to the covered area may be partially restricted.    

Thank You,
Mark Sobotka
CCMA President