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General Manager's Newsletter- JUNE 2022


Dear Coronado Cays Homeowners and Residents,

Summer is just around the corner and graduation season is in full swing. Schools, colleges, and universities are holding their in-person ceremonies and students are moving on to their next phase in life with the support of relatives and close friends. The City of Coronado is also preparing for summer and has provided Pronto bus passes to the HOA for distribution to residents. Unlike previous one-day bus passes, Pronto passes are good for the entire summer and can be used to ride the 901 bus to City Hall where the free summer shuttle can be picked up to take you to various stops in the village or all the way to The Landing. A special bus service, no pass required, is also planned for July 4th with a pickup /drop-off location across the street from the fire station. Signs with times will be posted to guide residents and information will be provided on the CCHOA website as we get closer to the date.

The HOA is gearing up for the annual meeting and director elections. September 1, 2022 is the date the annual meeting will be held at Loews Coronado Bay Resort starting at 5pm. A pool-side dinner will follow the meeting and discount parking will be available. The in-person meeting will replace the Zoom meetings that were necessary during COVID and allow us to gather again as a community. I am looking forward to seeing everyone there!

The first five villages in the Cays are holding elections this year. Secret ballots will be sent out per state law in July to Jamaica, Green Turtle, Antigua, Bahama, and Trinidad Village owners. Lynda Pippenger has volunteered and been appointed by the Board as the Inspector of Elections. Candidates were announced at the May Board meeting and include:

Jamaica Village: Deanna Sheldon and Steve Steinfeldt

Green Turtle Cay: Rudy Dew

Antigua Village: Dennis Thompson

Bahama Village: Gary Davidson and April Heinze

Trinidad Village: Tom Schibler

Reserve projects continue to be completed as we come to the close of the 2021-2022 fiscal year.

Recently Completed Projects included the following.

- Demolition of the Montego parking garage structure and tennis courts. Parking area reopened.

- Gangway repairs in Antigua

- Complete repaint of Group 1 homes in Mardi Gras (50 homes completed)

- Renovation of the Trinidad/Kingston pool restrooms

- Resurfacing the Trinidad/Kingston pool, spa, and deck

- Installation of ground fault circuit interrupt breakers at Jamaica docks

Ongoing Projects include the following.

- Resealing balconies andlandings in Montego (Estimated completion June 30th)

- Dock and seawall repairs in Antigua

- Renovation of the Trinidad/Kingston clubhouse (Estimated completion June 30th)

- Installation of ground fault circuit interrupt breakers at Admin docks

- Replacement of electrical pedestals in various villages (New stainless steel pedestals have been received)

- Replacement of irrigation controllers in Common and Blue Anchor Cay

Code Enforcement Reminders: Activities increase both in and out of the water during the summer. Please remember the following:

  1. When boating in the Cays and nearby channels, follow the 5 MPH No Wake Zone restrictions to reduce impact to other boats.
  2. Small watercraft, such as paddle boards & kayaks, are not allowed to be stored at any time on the head walks. They can be stored on the fingers of Kingston Village only but must have consent of both owners who have exclusive use of the two slips and written consent must be provided to HOA.
  3. Obstruction of Sidewalks – Parking in driveways and obstructing a sidewalk is prohibited. For the safety of others, please keep sidewalks clear of vehicles.
  4. Dogs must be on leash at all times.
  5. Any active construction projects taking longer than six (6) months to complete for remodels, nine (9) months for major remodels, and 15 months for teardowns should request an extension of time to complete project prior to the deadline. Contact CCHOA Code Enforcement for more details.

Code Enforcement is always available for any questions or concerns.

Good Neighbor Tip: Throughout the year, the HOA responds to issues with trees and plants that encroach on neighbor’s yards/homes or into the common area. Sometimes the trees and plants are causing structural damage to homes, walls, and fences. Additionally, these neighbor-to-neighbor issues can result in unnecessary levels of animosity between owners. Please inspect your property from both the inside and outside of your yard to see if you need to trim back your trees and plants or have them removed. You may need to meet/speak with your neighbors to gain access to their yard. This will prevent your neighbors from having to trim your vegetation and/or file a complaint to address damages.

CCHOA Management