Ground has broken at the pool, the pool deck has been taken out and the crews are working diligently to get it done in time for swim season.
UPDATE: The HOA Annual General meeting will be held on March 28, 2018 at 6:30 pm. This meeting will be held at the Oaktree Pool.
The pool is open for the season. The swim team is using it M-F from 4pm-7pm for practice, but as a homeowner if you would like to use the pool a lane will be made available for you.
Do you have a tween or teen (or even a younger child whose parent is willing to work with them April 17 until morning swim team starts and then after swim team morning practices end, plus here and there during the swim team season (e.g. Raging Waters Day, etc.)) who’s looking for a first job and a way to make some additional money this summer? Do you want to help them learn responsibility and accountability outside of your own home?
Here’s a great opportunity! Our cabana club pool needs to have the covers removed during the summer swim season just before 8 a.m. and put back on at 10 p.m. Ideally, your responsible kid would team with a friend (who would also be paid) to properly and most easily remove the covers. Teams can choose mornings only, evenings only or a combination.
We are seeking at least four teams (preferably six or eight) of two kids each to rotate the responsibility across the summer. Not every morning is needed and you can work to schedule around your summer activities.
Start date is April 17 and end date is September 30. We are looking for enough teams so we can balance desire to work (want a lot of shifts!) vs. just getting some initial work experience (just a few shifts).
Usual days needed (TBD): Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sat and Sun – however, home swim meet Saturdays will not be needed nor will most swim team practice days (much of June and July, see full swim calendar here). Each child earns $3 per job when in a team and it’s about a 10 minute job. If your child is older and does the job by themselves (or with a parent) they would earn $6 per job (one job being a morning or afternoon of taking the covers off).
Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 29.
Pool Renovation FAQ
Q: Why has the pool renovation been delayed?
A: The construction for the pool has been delayed due to the lengthy city permit process.
Q: What is the next step?
A: Once we resubmit the plans with the minor modifications, the city will review the plans and get back to us with the final permits.
Q: When will we have the final permits and plan for the pool renovation?
A: Around the end of March we hope to have final plans and permits.
Q: Who is in charge of the renovation?
A: The board HOA President is heading up the project along with the Architect, ADA Consultants and Doug Carey Construction.
Q: When is the anticipated start date for construction?
A: The anticipated start date for construction will be the close of the pool season in September.
Q: Is the job on budget?
A: Up to this point, yes the job is on budget.
Q: What will be done before the swim season begins?
A: Before swim season starts the following will be done:
- tree removal – DONE
- upgrade exterior lights to LEDs
- add 2 flood lights to canopy by bathroom to be used for events only
- replace 3 lights in pump room
- switch light switches in bathroom to motion lights rather than the timer
- pool furniture upgrade (7 tables, 28 chairs, and 4 chaise lounge chairs)
- new clock
- pool pump replacement to a 5 HP pump, replacing the two smaller pumps
- replace the doors on the pump room – need a fiber glass vented door due to the sun and chemical usage and for security reasons
For more detailed information, please refer to our meeting minutes from March 14.