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Home » Announcements » Village - Newsletters » Mardi Gras Newsletter - September 2019

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Mardi Gras Newsletter - September 2019


9/5/2019

Good afternoon Mardi Gras Homeowner’s and Residents. Enclosed please find a brief update on Coronado Cays Homeowners Association happenings and Mardi Gras events.

ANNUAL CCHOA MEETING

The 2019 Annual Meeting was held recently on August 23, 2019 at Loews Resort. An update was presented by our new General Manager Henry Angelino, the CCHOA Board President Mark Crisson and the Treasurer. As usual the meal was exceptional. The following election results for Directors was announced and the following officers were elected to serve for the 2019/2020 year:

Montego- Janice Nierenhausen
Port Royale- Becki Lock
Kingston- Rick Hine
Antigua- Dennis Thompson-Vice President
Blue Anchor- Mark Crisson-President
Mardi Gras- Bob Rood-Treasurer
Bahama- Kim Tolles
Green Turtle- David Rothschild
Trinidad- Tom Schibler
Jamaica- Karen Farmer-Secretary
MARDI GRAS/PORT ROYALE NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY 

Thank you to Herlinda Sandoval, Kris Ryan, Lisa Storey and Curt for planning the very delightful neighborhood party on Saturday, August 24. It was great fun with loads of residents arriving. Well done.

PAINTING/GARAGES/ROOFS

All homes on the east side of Tunapuna will be painted this year.The official start date is still in question, but should start in September. The homes being painted should have received a letter on their door last week. The letter contains all of the information regarding moving plants away from the walls or removing plants growing on the exterior walls. A better paint is being added to the garages and metal trim.

Garages along Delaport that were painted a little over a year ago and where significant rust has reappeared will be repainted as well as some exterior metal parts. This is occurring under the warranty.

Flat roofs along the east side of Tunapuna are being inspected, as the roofing on some flat roofs was unsatisfactory when they were reroofed over the last 3-4 years.

PALM SKINNING

Due to budget constraints, 20 palms each year are being skinned. The basic criteria for skinning has been determined by falling fronds and the possible damage to homes or the resulting clean-up. The skinning of the palms for this year was recently completed.

SEAWALL

All stabilization maintenance on the Mardi Gras seawall has been completed. The engineers had determined that the major problems existed at the south end of Tunapuna Lane where the seawall slabs were moving out and sideways. The bulk of the seawalls in Mardi Gras appear to be reasonably stable without further need of tiebacks. Each year the entire seawall will be monitored for movement.

GROUNDS

The CCHOA general manager and village directors continue to monitor the water schedule, weeds, plant rotation and grass areas in all ten villages. Park West has had some problems with personnel but hopefully this is smoothing out and we should see continued enhancements on the grounds.
TOWN HALL MEETING

Mayor Bailey will be meeting with residents and homeowners at the CCHOA Board room on September 4 at 6:00pm. He hopes to update the Cays on recent Coronado developments. It might be of interest to you to know what is happening with the current requirement by SANDAG to build an additional 1,000 plus homes in Coronado and the resulting impact on infrastructure. In addition, a possible topic may also be the undeveloped land, owned by the Port, near the Yacht Club and Cays offices. If you plan to attend, you supposedly need to send your name in to- richard@richardbailey.com to reserve your spot.

CONCLUSION

I continue to welcome the opportunity to represent you as we continue to improve our homes and grounds. If at any time you have questions, concerns, ideas or advice, please let me know. Thank you, Bob Rood, dirmardigras@cchoa.org