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Agenda For July 22, 2020 Board Meeting

Downloadable agenda for July 22, 2020 Board Meeting: Board agenda 7.22.20 Meeting access: Patricia Duggan, president of the HOA, is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting for the regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors of the Homeowners’ Association. Topic: VOW Board Meeting July 22 Time: Jul 22, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time […]

Update on Opening Our Community Pool

Yesterday (July 2), per a special by the Villages of Westminster Homeowners Association Board of Directors, it was decided that our community pool will open as soon as at least 20 volunteers are signed up to help with COVID-19 mandates. In an effort to streamline the supporting process for pool deck volunteers, we’ve created a […]

Agenda For May 27, 2020 Board Meeting

  Villages of Westminster Homeowners Association Board Meeting Agenda May 27, 2020  7:00 p.m. (2 hr time limit) Via Zoom Pro Platform (see directions) Call to Order, Welcome, quorum, meeting rules Officers Reports President Secretary (Minutes of March 25, Special meeting April 29) Treasurer (Financial reports Jan-April) Committee Reports ARC, RV Captain Communications Pool Clubhouse […]

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Judy Peay, our first swimmer of the year. She was very happy to get back in the water. Thanks, Judy, for sharing your happiness. She even said the "check in" was so easy that she is willing to volunteer to make sure we can stay open. ... See MoreSee Less

Judy Peay, our first swimmer of the year. She was very happy to get back in the water. Thanks, Judy, for sharing your happiness.  She even said the check in was so easy that she is willing to volunteer to make sure we can stay open.

Comment on Facebook Judy Peay, our first...

Awesome neighborhood and awesome board thank you!!

Awesome!!!!

We are super proud of everyone who volunteered to work a 90 minute shift at the pool, so it can be open this week. Next week's volunteer shifts are posted. Let's pull together to keep it going! Sign up today. Thank you! bit.ly/3e2hx4M ... See MoreSee Less

We are super proud of everyone who volunteered to work a 90 minute shift at the pool, so it can be open this week. Next weeks volunteer shifts are posted. Lets pull together to keep it going! Sign up today. Thank you! https://bit.ly/3e2hx4M

Comment on Facebook We are super proud ...

BTW the pool looks great compared to last year.

Just a reminder that we need volunteers for the week of July13-19th. When you open the link you need to keep hitting the button “more” and it will continue to load the upcoming week. Once we fill week 2 we can add week 3. Thank you to everyone that had volunteered!!!!!

UPDATE: The VOW Pool Will Be Opening

In light of a strong response to our announcements earlier this week about our need for volunteers, the Board has revisited the community’s pool closure status. By unanimous vote today (July 4), the Board is opening the pool for regular swim on Monday, July 6, at 10:00 a.m. Thanks to all those who stepped up to make this possible now.

Please check the website to review the 2020 Pool Rules and the Pool Covid Mgt Plan, as well as the Covid screening form and Pool Waiver Release, both of which are required for entrance to the pool. And don’t forget – you must use your electronic key pass to get in this year. A few replacement keys will be available for purchase at the pool for $25 if you have lost yours, but we only have a dozen or so until the next order arrives.

This “action taken without a meeting” is pursuant to Article IV, Section 5, of the VOW Bylaws, which states: “the directors shall have the right to take any action in the absence of a meeting which they could take at a meeting by obtaining the written approval of all the directors. Any action so approved shall have the same effect as though taken at the meeting of directors.”

A few highlights you need to be aware of:

All people, including children, wanting to use the pool are required to submit to COVID-19 screening, which they can do by completing a Screening Form available on our website or at the pool. You can save time by filling it out at home and bringing it with you. Electronic submission is not offered. This form is required each day of pool use.
All people wanting to use the pool are also required to sign a Pool Waiver. Parents will complete a form for each child. The form is available on the website, and will also be available at the pool. Again, you can fill out at home and bring with you to the pool. Electronic submission is not offered. One form will be sufficient for the entire season.
Occupant capacity of the pool area is going to be around 50 people, dependent upon same household and non-household distancing requirements. If it becomes problematic that people have to wait in line, please know that we are already checking out an option for a reservation system.
As mentioned above, the Pool Rules and the Management Plan for how the Board will handle the pool season during the COVID-19 pandemic are on the website. New this year: you need to bring (and take) your own chair; no guests are allowed this year; no toys, balls, floatation devices are allowed; physical distance of 10′ is required between non-household members. Be sure to check out the full set of Pool Rules and the Plan.

Thanks to all the members of our community who have supported the Board during our delayed opening this year, as we have all worked our way through the Governor’s requirements. Volunteers will be needed throughout the season to keep the pool open.

We are looking forward to enjoying the pool along with you!
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We moved into the neighborhood a few months ago and need to get our pool passes for this summer. How do we go about this? I emailed the communications email address I have but not sure if there is a better way to get them. TYIA. 🙂