BOG June 25th, 2020 Minutes Posted

 

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Black Pointer Issue 2 Posted

Black Pointer Issue 2

4th of July Parade Notice

The 4th of July parade will be modified this year to allow for social distancing.  It will take a longer route so people can spread out to watch, and will be limited to cars, golf carts, trucks and floats.  Please do not join on foot or on bikes or motor bikes.  Vehicles will gather on Saturday at 10am and start at 11am from the Clubhouse, then proceed to Bellaire to Sunrise, down Billow to East Shore, then go up and down every other road:  Nehantic, Whitecap, Sea View, Sea Spray(lower part), Brightwater, Blue Heron, via West Lane, the top part of Sea Spray to Sunset and that will lead back to Clubhouse.  Thanks to Jim Moffett, our association manager, for planning and supervising this event.  And please wear your facemasks!

1st Black Pointer of the Season Posted

Black Pointer June 26-July 3

Meeting & Information Announcement

Update on membership meetings meetings and COVID19 news related to beaches
Meetings:  There will be another special BOG meeting on Thursday, May 21, and a regular BOG meeting on Thursday, May 28.  Watch the website www.blackpointbeachclub.com  for postings of times, agendas, and teleconference access number.  Public comments will be heard at the regular meeting on May 28.  Please continue to email concerns and questions to bog@blackpointbeachclub.com before then.
Budget:  The annual membership meeting has been postponed indefinitely.  As you may know, the BOG was directed to to adopt a budget without a public vote by Executive Order 7I.  The board proposed a budget and mill rate (see minutes of April 23 meeting), which it will vote to adopt on May 28.  However, this budget was proposed before potential expenses related to COVID could be considered, so it is possible that there will be discussion and modification of the proposed budget before voting to adopt on May 28.
Elections to Board of Governors  (2 seats): The governor has determined (Executive Order 7OO) that municipalities and quasi-municipal corporations ( BPBCA) must hold elections of officials between the dates of June 27 and June 30, using remote means if possible, and that no other business can be addressed at that meeting. The Board will discuss the procedures necessary for this process and inform the membership via the website.
Beaches: DEEP will publish a detailed operations plan early this week that municipalities may adapt to their needs, which will be published online at www.ct.gov/DEEP/Parks.  In addition, we expect an update of executive orders related to COVID,  that are effective until at least May 20, by that date.
Please keep in mind, as we all try to balance recreation with safety, that facemasks “are meant to protect other people in case you are infected” (CDC, April 24).   (CDC, April 24). This practice is for the good of our friends and neighbors.  Let’s all try to take care of ourselves and each other this summer.

Announcement: Playground Closure

The clubhouse playground is closed.  Please do not have your children congregate there or use the equipment, for their sakes and the well being of the community. Thank you for your understanding.

 

BPBCA Parks & Rec Counselors & Volunteers Wanted

Hello Black Point Community! The counselor and volunteer applications are available on the association website now. Please send them to directorprogrambprec@gmail.com before April 1, 2020.