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If you are in need of a pool key or pool key replacement please fill out the Pool Key Waiver Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All owners will be issued new keys when the pool re-opens. Details regarding pickup will be emailed to the address on file.
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You must complete a NEW 5-page waiver (Amenity and Pool Key Form) to receive a key card.
In addition, the scheduled social events are as follows:
We are reaching out with some disappointing news. As you know, the Coronavirus situation is continuously evolving and the community's elected governing body, the Board of Directors, made up of volunteers from your neighborhood who have continually monitored the situation to manage the Association's response. At this time, on the recommendation of counsel, the community will be closing the pool for the remainder of 2020.
Several factors contributed to this outcome. It was always the board's contention that they would follow the city's lead on actions for the common areas. On July 6, the City of Austin closed their pools and playgrounds indefinitely. On July 14, the City issued additional regulations for health and safety for all properties within the city limits. These new rules are effective through mid-November 2020.
A summation of the new City Rules includes continued occupancy limitations, maintaining groups to fewer than ten, logging vendor health checks before shifts, twice daily sanitation of touchpoints, no-touch waste receptacles, and face masks.
The vendor contracted to provide these services is unable to meet staffing obligations and, therefore, cannot accommodate the Association. These factors compounded to an unmanageable level and have led us to the point where we are forced to close the pool. In short, due to lack of staffing, and the continued limited occupancy requirements, the pool is closing effective immediately for the remainder of 2020.
The basketball court is also limited in the number of people able to gather in groups. To ensure compliance and safety, for the remainder of 2020, use is limited to a single household at any one time; no neighbors, no visitors. All restrooms and water fountains are closed. Please bring your own water bottle and sanitizing wipes to the court.
Please reach out to City Leaders if you have questions or concerns over the implementation and impact of these additional regulations.
Finally, as a result of the State issued Emergency Orders, the 2020 Annual Members Meeting is postponed until early 2021, date to be determined. The expiring board term will continue until a time when we can safely hold an in-person meeting.
We wish health and happiness to each of you during these unprecedented times. We recognize that this is not the outcome either the board nor the neighbors were hoping for, but it seems to be what 2020 has to offer. We are looking forward to more social gatherings and the amazing community building Bauerle is known for in 2021 - maybe even during the holidays.
On June 4th, there was a message for the Class of 2020 on the hill behind the Bauerle Ranch Amenities Center (BRAC). There was also a parade on June 6th to celebrate. Thank you to those of you who participated in the Graduate Parade!