Chulavista Landings 55+
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Office
03-21-2021 11:22:08 AM EST
we regret to inform you of the passing of long time resident Gary VanAlstine. Please keep Sharon, family and friends in your thought and prayers. He will be missed.

Office   sharond13@yahoo.com
03-19-2021 4:42:08 PM EST
CDC guidelines to follow when using the pool. I would have posted the site but I am unable to use a website in the message site. Promoting Behaviors that Prevent the Spread of the Virus that Causes COVID-19 Staying Home or Isolating when Appropriate Educate staff and patrons about when they should stay home (if exposed to COVID-19) or isolate (if ill or infected with that virus that causes COVID-19) and when they can return to the venue. Consult CDC criteria for no longer needing to isolate or stay home when developing policies on staff and patrons returning after having symptoms of COVID-19, testing positive for COVID-19, or being exposed to someone with COVID-19. 1. Social (or Physical) Distancing Encourage social distancing— everyone should stay at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with. This includes not gathering at the ends of swim lanes, behind starting blocks, or on stairs into the water or up to the diving board. There is no standard formula to determine how many people can maintain social distancing in and around the water. Exceptions to social distancing should be made to Rescue a distressed swimmer, perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), or provide first aid; or Evacuate the water or aquatic facility (such as at gyms) due to an emergency. 2. Stagger use of shared spaces (such as limiting the number of people in the water, bathrooms, locker rooms, and breakrooms). For example, have patrons sign up, online or by phone, for swim or beach time slots.​ 3. Do not gather while waiting for access. This means staying at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with, preferably outside or in a well-ventilated space. 4. Stagger start and end times of swim lessons and aquatics classes to allow for social distancing on the deck. 5. Assign separate entries and exits to encourage everyone to move in one direction, if possible. 6. Limit occupancy of enclosed spaces (such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and breakrooms) to make it easy for staff and patrons to stay at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with. Don’t allow staff or patrons to gather while waiting for access. This means staying at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with, preferably outside or in a well-ventilated space. 7. Discourage activities, such as eating and drinking (on dry land), that require removal of cloth masks unless at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with. 8. Educate patrons about arriving “swim” ready (for example, showering before going to the aquatic facility). Enforce this and other healthy swimming steps. 9. Ask parents or caregivers to consider if their children can stay at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) apart from people they don’t live with before taking them to a public treated aquatic venue. 10. Limit any nonessential visitors, volunteers, and activities involving external groups or organizations. If aquatic facility is used by other organizations, encourage them to also follow this guidance. (pool is only open to residents and registered guests) 11. Encourage residents to carpool or vanpool only with people they live with. Cloth Masks (Not Goggles, etc.) 12. Encourage use of cloth cloth masks among staff and patrons. Cloth masks should be worn in addition to staying at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) apart from people you don’t live with. 13. Advise residents wearing cloth masks not to wear them in the water. A wet cloth mask can make it difficult to breathe and likely will not work correctly. This means it is particularly important to maintain social distancing when in the water. 14. Encourage everyone to bring a second (or extra) cloth mask in case the first one gets wet. 15. Provide others with information on how to properly wear, take off, and clean cloth masks. Remind staff and patrons not to touch their cloth masks when wearing them.

Office   sharond13@yahoo.com
03-19-2021 4:14:36 PM EST
FYI- Guidance for Public Pools, Hot Tubs, and Water Playgrounds. The CDC is not aware of any scientific reports of the virus that causes COVID-19 spreading to people through the water in pools, hot tubs, water playgrounds, or other treated aquatic venues.

Activities and Office   sharond13@yahoo.com
03-19-2021 12:08:47 PM EST
YAY!! The pool is now open to residents and registered guests! Any outside activities are also opened to registered guests. Please use social distancing for all activities! Bingo is also open to residents and registered guests within this community. **Block party is happening** March 25th 12pm- 4pm. Kevin Brooks is performing. Y'all can begin coming at 11:30. Registered guests may attend, however, please sign up so we know how much food to order. Sign up sheet is at the clubhouse. Servers will be masked and gloved. You must wear a mask while in the food line and social distance. If you would like to help call Sue Burgett at 269-832-4516! Thanks in advance!

Emmaleebowers
03-18-2021 6:29:20 PM EST
Thank you Shelly!

HOA Board
03-12-2021 8:25:23 AM EST
There will be a special meeting of the HOA on Tuesday March 15 at 6:00pm. The agenda will include a report from the rent committee and confirmation of the new board members.

Deborah Iturralde   deborah.iturralde0@gmail.com
03-08-2021 2:25:56 PM EST
The television package will include a Chulavista Landings Channel to facilitate keeping everyone informed. AND received ok to upload the Rent discussion recap online so be looking for it.

Rent Committee   deborah.iturralde0@gmail.com
03-08-2021 1:35:00 PM EST
If you are not local and would like to receive the recap, email me at this address and I will send to you.

Rent Committee
03-08-2021 1:32:40 PM EST
Update....hopefully we will receive answers Wednesday when Mr. Marger is in the park. Information as a recap is posted at the clubhouse and both mail huts. Please do not remove the posted info so all local residents will have access to it.

Sharon Dunlap Honold   sharond13@yahoo.com
03-06-2021 7:05:20 PM EST
It has been suggested I update the prayer list. I have very limited information in regard to most of those that are on the list. If you have need of prayer or knowledge of those on the list who need continued prayer please reach out to me and let me know so I can keep the list current. Thank you!

HOA Board
03-06-2021 1:13:26 PM EST
Update: A list of all of the questions that were raised at the HOA meeting on Tuesday regarding the rent, the spectrum wifi and dish tv was given to the owner, Dave, on Thursday. We are waiting for his answers before sending out the block managers so that they will be able to answer your questions before you vote. Thank you everyone for your patience on this matter.

Marie Janssen
03-05-2021 5:34:41 PM EST
Rent Committee: Thank you. Looking forward to your information.

Rent Committee
03-05-2021 2:20:33 PM EST
More info is coming. We've presented the owner with the questions raised Tuesday evening. I will post on the website as soon as possible. Stay tuned...

Sue Burgett
03-05-2021 11:36:52 AM EST
COVID VACCINES volunteers are going door to door signing up anyone 65 or older who wants a vaccine Hillsborough County Aging Services will come here to administer if we have 50 people I’m told this could be within 2 weeks this applies to anyone who hasn’t had any vaccine and are 65 and older if you have any questions call Sue Burgett 269-832-4516

Sharon Dunlap Honold   sharond13@yahoo.com
03-01-2021 5:50:36 PM EST
Friendly reminder the HOA meeting is tomorrow, Tuesday, at 6pm!

Sharon Dunlap   sharond13@yahoo.com
03-01-2021 3:52:43 PM EST
Letter from the owner of Chulavista Landings: We are very excited to announce the hiring of our new resident managers: Dale and Shelly Gray. They are highly qualified for this position. Dale and Shelly have lived at Chulavista for several years. Many of you recognize Dale from working here in the past and most recently being the President of the HOA. For those of you who have not met Shelly yet, you will find her to be very personable, and with her background I am sure she will get comfortable running the office quickly. Please join us in welcoming Dale and Shelly! Dale and Shelly will start training with Chuck and Gail on March 1st. While we are excited for our new Management couple, we will certainly miss Chuck and Gail! In 2004, we were very lucky to find Chuck and Gail and I would like to personally thank them for the countless hours of devotion they have put into Chulavista. It is obvious that this was more than just a job. Chuck and Gail treated Chulavista like it was their own. They have sold countless homes and oversaw many projects to upgrade our Community such as the new pickle ball courts, bocce courts, and the storage area, to name a few. I have worked with dozens of Managers over my 30+ years in the business and Chuck and Gail are top-of-the-line! I am very happy that they will be calling Chulavista home and let’s wish them the very best in their future endeavors! Dave Marger Owner of Chulavista Landings

Renee Sammons
02-27-2021 4:25:58 PM EST
Looking for some one to put venal records onto cds. Please contact me. Lot 8

Marie
02-22-2021 11:17:00 AM EST
So sorry to hear about Sheila. May she Rest In Peace

Lynn and Sue Burgett
02-20-2021 12:25:08 PM EST
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Sheila Monroe Costa a former resident and daughter of Marie Dake and brother Randy still in the park

Sharon Dunlap Honold   sharond13@yahoo.com
02-19-2021 9:27:34 PM EST
Hello All! I was going through old posts in messages and had a few laughs. I don't know many of the current or past residents but Chulavista Landings must have been a very active community prior to our residence here. I was impressed with the participation of many of the residents and all the activities, parties, pot lucks, holiday meals, decorating, and other memorable events so many enjoyed!!! I was also saddened by so many who had passed that were and are loved and remembered. I hope we can all experience the fun times again soon! I hope to post some of those past memories. Please forgive me if I do post something from someone who has passed. It's not my intention to upset only to uplift!

Office
02-18-2021 7:19:54 PM EST
We are pleased to announce that at this time we have NO active Covid cases in the Park! That means that we can again have guests, but remember: guests are to go directly to your home and directly out, are NOT to be out in the Park or using the facilities. Also, due to the CDC recommendations change, we need to change the notice for the pool. The CDC no longer recommends that you wear fabric face masks in the pool, only out of the pool.

HOA
02-17-2021 4:48:53 PM EST
There will be an HOA meeting on Tuesday March 2, 2021 at 6:00 pm in the Clubhouse. The agenda will include confirmation of Board officers, rent notices and Park openings. Everyone must wear a mask and social distance. Grab your neighbor and get involved.

Sharon Dunlap   sharond13@yahoo.com
02-16-2021 1:45:51 PM EST
Please review HOA Happenings in regard to the March 2, 2021 HOA meeting!

Office
02-13-2021 6:57:41 PM EST
After much discussion, and in cooperation with the Community Owners and the HOA it has been decided to open the pool. However, there are rules. If these rules are not followed the pool WILL be closed again. These are for your safety. There are to be no more than 10 people within the pool enclosure at one time. All persons will wear masks, whether in or out of the pool. Masks MUST be of cloth; disposable masks are useless when wet. Social distancing will be followed at all times. We are aware that we are asking you to police yourselves, the same as in the past summer, but it may be the only way to keep the pool open.

Office
02-13-2021 6:53:46 PM EST
IMPORTANT NOTICE PLEASE READ Due to the Pandemic the Community has been CLOSED to all visitors and guests. That has NOT been lifted; guests and visitors are NOT allowed within Chulavista Landings. Of course, Caregivers and essential service providers, for example AC repair or service people, are not included. Please follow this, as you do not know whose life you might be saving. Thank you.

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