Randy McGrath

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Published: October 4, 2019 12:37 pm

Last Modified: October 4, 2019 12:38 pm

Randy McGrath

Nothing to report at this time.


SPIES came out and installed the new circulation grate at the bottom of the pool to stay in compliance with the Brevard County and State of Florida statutes. Spies is also putting together a quote on resurfacing the pool as needed because the pool life of the pool bottom has lived it's life and is in need of resurfacing.. As of October 1st 2019 we are in what is the winter pool schedule. The pool Tech will only service the pool twice a week instead of 3 times a week. The winter schedule is Monday's and Friday's of each week until March 1st of next year 2020. The pool chemical levels are spot on and the pool pump is operating at 350 GPM. which is the normal rate for this system.

IRRRIGATION [Updates provided by Insight Irrigation LLC.]

Irrigation work performed week of 10/4/19
Completed wet check inspection on clock D.
Completed Repairs found on wet check inspection .
addressed hot spot throughout the community.
Addressed irrigation on field areas around new construction.
Clock D 2-wire installation completed approximately 300 ft section


Nothing to report at this time.


The lake samples were collected on October 1st,2019 and were tested TDS levels are slightly elevated, but nothing to get alarmed about. The water levels were a bit low so the valve at Lake Pasadena was shut off in the effort to conserve the water levels.


Happy to report that all of the lake fountains are operating fine at this time. The fountains at both entrances and exits/ Shearwater Parkway & South Patrick are working fine at this time also. The chlorinators were cleaned and more chlorine pucks were added to the chlorinators as needed. A small amount of liquid chlorine was added to the fountain basins / reservoirs The water levels in the to prevent any algae build up on basin / reservoirs bottoms and side walls. The water levels in these fountains have stabilized somewhat as I will continue to monitor these levels accordingly.


Signage was put out at the Community entrances (Shearwater Parkway & South Patrick) making residents aware of the new STOP signs and the location of where these signs will be installed. This is an effort to make the Community safer by slowing down the traffic flow somewhat.


FDC came out and answered the complaint of the entrance gate at South Patrick sporadically would open and close continuously never actually finishing the close cycle. The new Tech of FDC Larry investigated and found that the electric eye was out of order caused by dirty lenses on motion detectors, giving a false read to operators / that there was something in the travel pathway of the gate.


Nothing to report at this time.


The fence around PS#3 was installed last Friday September 30,2019. The installation of this fencing passed inspection this week. Even though it passed inspection the permit hanger must stay in place for 21 days alter inspection. We have ordered the signage needed for both gates of PS#3 and I will install them as soon as they come in on order. I will also purchase and install the locks for these gate soon. I will have them keyed to the same key as the other PS'#1 and PS#2.