Debris is being picked up this week starting on IPR. Please make sure all debris is sorted and at the front of the yard as to assure it is picked up easily by the contractors.
Previous Updates10/05/2020 Update
Debris Clean up to begin as soon as 10/5. The County has authorized it's contractors to begin debris clean up on the island in advance of the potential upcoming hurricane in the Gulf. Please keep all cars off the sides of the roads during this time as the contractors will be utilizing large vehicles on our limited width roads.
Since the last board meeting (9.29.20), the Cleanup Committee has mobilized. It will run in three sections under the direction of Willie LaFavor, committee chair: Safety Subcommittee: Execution Subcommittee: Communications Subcommittee. Please see the committee member's section on this page below for members and their contact information.
All three sub-committees have met and are establishing plans to carry out our mission. Melissa Geary has provided the teams with an island road and property map to aid the process.
The Safety team is identifying issues with existing debris and household trash as well as problematic trees. They will triage each issue, noting and classifying the urgency of each potential problem to create an orderly plan for cleanup. They are taking the fire and protection needs as well as the school bus route needs as the highest priorities.
Jami Farber on the Communications team will serve as the liaison with the Safety team, providing updates as work progresses.
The Execution team is working towards hiring an outside contractor to clean up debris on the island (if FEMA assistance is not provided).
Meetings with contractors have begun to discuss debris removal and seek cost quotes.
The Execution team assigned members to check with residents to determine whether they need individual assistance on clean up.
Bonnie Kershaw of the Communications team will serve as the liaison with the Execution team, providing updates as work progresses.
Annette Thompson and Dennis Geary will update the HOA website as often as possible as the teams progress. Meanwhile, Jami Farber will create links from the Facebook account directing traffic to the website.
All three committees are meeting on Monday 10.5.20 to prepare for the HOA Special Board of Directors Tuesday evening Zoom meeting.
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