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Maintenance

By: Bob Mosley

UPDATES ON PROJECTS  

 

Monaco Pool
We had a final plumbing inspection today and passed without a problem. We still have to have some punch out items completed, the deck pressure cleaned, railings secured and some finish painting completed. After that we need our PBC health department inspection and approval. The new “Code Compliant” Monaco entry gate has been installed and is looking great. After the health dept gives us the OK; we need the final inspection from PBC; hopefully by the end of the week. With the current weather forecast and possible tropical storm this week we will all have to see how it goes. Everyone hope for the best, we are nearly there.


Roadway revitalization
The roadway repaving project is nearly completed. All scheduled roadways have been completed and the contractor will now be going back over the areas where we are experiencing standing water and repaving as needed to minimize the size and number of locations where they exist. After these areas are completed, a general cleanup of the roadways will occur and then the roadway striping will be installed as well as the roadway markers and fire hydrant markers. The installation of speed control devices are still being considered and may be installed at a later date.   

Main clubhouse Parking lot
Work on the parking lot islands will be started shortly, which include some trenching for irrigation and some asphalt paving in certain areas. When the islands are installed and landscaped; new striping and H/C markings will be completed.

Monaco clubhouse
The contractor has filed the required paperwork with PBC and will be starting shortly. A preconstruction meeting with the water utilities department needs happen first prior to ground breaking, and after that the contractor will be able to start construction.

Golf/ pool news
The new lightening prediction system is working well and hopefully keeping both ourselves and our guests safe. It is very important  that when the warning sound is heard that everyone take shelter as described on the warning posters and heed the security personnel’s direction. 


PLAYERS WILL BE WARNED BY OUR THOR GUARD LIGHTENING PREDICTION SYSTEM WHICH SOUNDS ONE PROLONGED BLAST OF THE HORN SIGNALING THAT ENERYONE SHOULD EITHER VACATE THE POOL AREAS OR IF ON THE GOLF COURSES, SEEK SHELTER UNTIL THE ALL CLEAR SIGNAL IS SOUNDED


THE ALL CLEAR SIGNAL IS A SERIES OF THREE – FIVE SECOND BLASTS FROM THE SIGNALING HORNS