Topics in this Update:
Nate’s trash Pick Up Schedule
Tree and Debris Removal Efforts
Attorney Jay Roberts letter to BOD
CAM Lynn Briley Letter to BOD
Access Gate Update
Nate’s Trash pick up in Bay Point West is back to the normal schedule. Nate’s will pick up the trash on Monday and Thursday’s. Please remember to put your trash out no earlier than the evening before the scheduled pick up and to remove from the curb by evening of the scheduled trash pick up.
On November 1st, 2018 members of the Board of Directors came together in the BPCA Conference Room to discuss the self-nomination process for the upcoming BPCA elections. The self-nomination closure date was October 15th, 2018. On November 4th, 2018 BPCA Attorney Jay Roberts sent to all board members a letter stating his opinion in regards to the meeting. His letter can be viewed here (only subscribers of this website can access the letter).
On November 5th, 2018 BPCA’s CAM (Community Association Manager) Lynn Briley in a letter to all board members informed the BOD regarding the letter from Attorney Jay Roberts. Mr. Briley’s letter can be viewed here (only subscribers to the BPCA website can access the letter).
Tree and debris removal continues in the community. These truck behemoths are snatching up as much material as possible from all the roadsides in the community. Here is some useful information regarding these trucks. They haul some 90 yards of material. Though it may seem that their actions are random (they pick up a little here and then move up and pick up a little there) it is not. The driver has discretion on what he loads into the truck. But, the truck can only hold so much weight. Therefore each driver tries to fully load his truck by taking as much lighter debris (branches and clippings) and to it add larger pieces (the massive tree trunks we all see). By doing this measured approach more debris gets removed each haul they make. So, with this information please be patient and allow that these folks know a lot more about debris removal then we casual observers. No matter the process it is amazing to watch these marvels do their work.
Gate access to Bay Point Community Association is in process of being repaired. Gorie-Regan (the system manufacturer) has come on site and inspected all of the hardware for the system. They developed a list of items that were damaged during Hurricane Michael and have placed those items on order. The items should start shipping to BPCA shortly. The length of the swing arms prevents driving over to Melbourne to pick the items up. The gates should be back in operation by the end of November. Until then the gates will be manned. The Thomas Drive gate (the back gate) is open from 6:00AM until sunset. If exiting or entering during that time frame please use the resident gate.