The back gate has now been modified to allow emergency vehicle usage 24 hours per day. The gates have been altered and the system that allows emergency vehicles to access the property after hours has been completed and functioning. We had meetings with the local firehouse management months ago and with their guidance and the help of our BP staff and security, the gates are now fully operational.
Our landscape company (Brightview) has donated a number of trees which they will begin to install along Bonefish bridge and at the back gate. While this does not begin to replace all of the lost trees, it is a good gesture towards our community. We thank them for their donation and in help keeping Bay Point a beautiful community.
In May, the board will be discussing a proposed road impact fee. Specifically, the fee is charged for the use of large trucks and dumpsters on our roads. Trucks such as concrete, pavers, heavy landscape will be charged a fee upon entry into Bay Point. Such a fee is common particularly for new construction in developments like Bay Point. The purpose is to help offset the rising costs of road maintenance and repair. No charge will be levied for any truck that is being used for continued storm related damage repairs. This topic will be reviewed and if approved will be announced and implemented later this year.
Graduations for a number of high school students living in Bay Point, will soon take place. Congratulations to all, and the very best to you in your future endeavors!