Randy McGrath

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Published: April 16, 2021 2:55 pm

Last Modified: April 16, 2021 2:55 pm

Randy McGrath

We are presentlly taking bids / quotes on the replacement of the simulated wood flooring on the front side of the fitness room floor. It was discussed at the workshop meeting, and the consensus that the flooring be a simulated wood look, (waterproof) perhaps a vinal type composite flooring to be decided sometime in the future once the bids /quotes have been turned in and presented to th B.O.S. for approval. There were a couple of inhancements that were asked to be considered in the fitness room (1) To install a couple of ceiling fans / corner fans to help with the air cirulation of the high valted ceilings in the fitness room. (2) To install clothing hooks on the walls somewhere in the fitness room for residents to hang up addition clothing while they're working out.


The pool chemicals were checked and found to be spot on and the pool pump is operating at 350 GPM. We had our pool inspection by the Brevard County Health Dept. this week and everthing passed except one of the pool ladders was found to be loose, the hardware that is in place to keep the ladders attatched to the pool deck had become detached and in need of attention. This issue was reported to Brevard Pool maintenance department and the came out to assess the situation and we found out that the concrete that is suppose to hold the anchoring mechanism in place, and in order to correct this issue was to remove a couple of pavers in this area / repour fresh concrete around the anchoring devise / reattach the wedge & bolt assembly securely / reinstall the pavers. This scope of work has been scheduled to be done sometime next week. Once the repair has been completed the inspector will reinspect and sign off on this repair. This problem of the anchor mechanism coming apart is from normal wear & tear and years of children hanging and pulling on the ladder asembly.

IRRRIGATION [Updates provided by Insight Irrigation LLC.]

The irrigation system was turned back on after being shut off from extremely low water levels of 2'10". The rainfall that was received over the weekend last week 04/11/21, and by utilizing the Artesan wells sparingly, the water levels were at 3'6" on Monday April 12, 2021 and the TDS levels were appropriate levels to be able to irrigate throughout the Community once again. The weather reports throughout next week are favorable for rainfall. We can always use more rainfall. There was no irrigation report turned in by Paradise Lawn & Irrigation Company Not certain what or if any repairs were done?


Nothing to report at this time.


The water levels are 3'6" and the TDS levels are favorable to use for irrigation


All 6 fountains / lighting are functioning fine at this time. The South Patrick and Shearwater Parkway Entrances & Exits fountains are operating fine at this time also.


Nothing to report at this time.


Nothing to report at this time.


The Playground refurbishment project was completed this week by William V. and myself Randy McGrath (DFS).


New DRY-ERASE boards were purchase and installed in the sandwhich board sign superstructures as needed.