Clubhouse Updates Spring 2018
The new playground equipment has been installed in the expanded playground space. It was designed to provide separated areas for younger and older children and is open for use. A Grand Reopening Party is scheduled for Sunday, May 20, from 3 to 5 p.m. There will be hot dogs, chips, cookies, and drinks. For the younger residents, a face painter and a balloon artist/juggler will be on hand.
Splash Pad coming soon! The Board approved the installation of a Splash Pad for the Clubhouse. The Homeowners’ Association made a donation of $50,000 to upgrade to the 1,500-square-foot pad, featuring a dump bucket and sprays from the ground, rings, and a mushroom. Although county permitting and construction timelines cannot be guaranteed, the Splash Pad should be available for your enjoyment this summer. Artist’s concept:
The maintenance garage is completed and Dwayne is happily using it. The parking lot was resurfaced. Restriping is delayed until the weather changes to allow at least 24 hours of dry weather. The Board approved repairs to the fencing including gates and strengthening of the structure around the basketball court.
Now that the weather is warming up, pool usage is increasing. Please be aware of your fellow residents and follow the rules regarding usage, including wearing earbuds or earphones while listening to music, keeping food and drinks away from the poolside, and wearing proper attire. The rules are posted on the pool deck bulletin board. The new pool monitor started May 17. She will be wearing a Concord Station CDD logo shirt. We ask that you cooperate with her requests since she is there to help ensure an enjoyable atmosphere for all residents.
The Clubhouse is being updated to meet Americans with Disability Acts-compliance requirements. Most recently, the reception desk and kitchen counters have been replaced. New decor items have been installed in the lobby and party room. In addition, a new cleaning service has been hired to give us better service.
A new deputy sheriff started working in the community in March. Deputy Sheriff Gregory Halstead has already been helpful in getting a school bus route changed so that non-District residents are no longer routinely parking on District property waiting for their children to be dropped off. He also arranged for a sign after Spring Break reminding drivers that school was back in session and schoolchildren were on the streets. He has experience with other districts and is very approachable and interested in helping residents. Please help welcome him to the District.
The Board will continue to investigate further improvements to the District. If you have any suggestions for improvements, please contact District Management or the Board via the website (https://concordstationcdd.com/), or in person at a meeting (generally held the second Thursday of each month and posted on the website). You can also view meeting minutes and financial statements on the website.