by Brian Belmont, General Manager
As we move into July, I am hopeful that Jefferson County will be transitioning to Phase 4 of the State’s reopening plan very soon—if it hasn’t happened already. Once we are in Phase 4, I expect that the LMC Board of Trustees will open more of the Beach Club facility to our members and possibly their guests also.
LMC will keep our members informed via email blasts as things change at the Beach Club. If you are not on our email list to receive notifications and our monthly e-Navigator newsletter, send me an email and ask to be added. My email is email@example.com.
Totera Web Systems has been working on a new LMC website, which should be launched shortly. The new site will be more member friendly with easier navigation and fresh content. The web platform we will be using will allow our staff to keep it updated with pertinent information in a more timely manner.
Now that the LMC RV storage lots have reopened, after being closed for 15 weeks so that the fencing could be replaced and the overhead lighting and electrical updated, our members need to move their boats, RVs and trailers back to the storage lots no later than July 10. The LMC Rules and Regulations only allow this type of equipment to be stored on lots if screened from view of other lots and LMC common areas.
The operation of our North Bay community association is heavily dependent on volunteerism. LMC’s Board of Trustees and the six standing committees are comprised of LMC member volunteers. Our committees are Architectural Control, Greenbelt, Operations, Communications and Member Enrichment, Finance, and Elections. If you have an interest in getting involved as a volunteer or learning more about what the committees do, please give me a call, or send me an email.
As always, if you have questions or comments about this article or the ongoing work at the Beach Club, I can be reached at 360-437-9201 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.