There will be a Document Review Committee Meeting this Thursday, June 29th at 11:00 a.m. in the SVCA Conference Room.
Wilwood Resort is requesting an expansion of their facilities. The County has a short comment period available for Resident’s who have concerns regarding this expansion request. For those interested, please click on the page link below:
The Association is holding a Town Hall meeting in El Agave tomorrow, June 20th between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. All Property Owners of the Community are invited to attend and bring their children. A Taco Buffet will be set up for members to make their own plate and enjoy El Agave’s Taco’s.
This is an informational town hall. We will be discussing the status of our Capital money and the impact Revitalization will have if it does or does not pass. Discussing this will be three volunteers:
- Pug Edmonds (Capital Roads, Finance Committee)
- Rick Grey (Capital Repair Replacement Reserve Funds, Finance Committee)
- Tony Louzao (Capital Repair Replacement Reserve Funds, Finance Committee)
Secondly, our request for members to send in their rumors (questions) has been extraordinarily helpful. Eric Trower, Chair of Communications Committee, SVCA Board of Directors, will be answering those questions submitted by the members.
As an Association Town Hall, organized groups, either “Yes” or “No” will not be active participants in this Town hall; we are all Members at this meeting.
- No “Yes” or “No” brochures will be allowed for hand out at the Town Hall or Clubhouse.
- Civility is required, yelling, over talking or intimidating behaviors will not be allowed.
- All participants are encouraged to ask questions when recognized by the Association’s volunteers.
- Members are asked to keep the focus of their questions to the subject of Revitalization.
We are looking forward to an enjoyable and informative evening together.
Mitch Waterman, General Manager
Field Day is the Open House of Ham Radio and it has been the most popular on-air event in the US and Canada since 1933. Field Day occurs annually on the fourth weekend in June and draws over 35,000 participants. Clubs and friends gather to exhibit the science and skill of Ham Radio operations at temporary transmitting stations which are set up in public places to demonstrate the value Ham Radio represents to public service, emergency preparedness and community outreach.
We encourage you and your family to drop in and learn about Ham Radio and how you might help your community. We’ll be operating by the CERT trailer near the Marina from June 24th through 25th (11am-11am). We look forward to seeing you there!
2017 roadwork is out to bid, and includes major pavement repair in Gates 5, 9, 13 & 2, striping on main & secondary roads, and pothole repair and crack sealing as needed in ALL gates. Click HERE to view a map of detailed roadwork locations.
When the contract is awarded, we will publish the schedule of work and further details to the community. While these needed repairs are useful on their own, should the Revitalization vote pass, this repair work will also serve to prep for the proposed micro-sealant described in the Revitalization project.
While summer is upon us, many of our children are still in school. Please pay careful attention while driving during commuting times as these are also the times our kids are being picked up / dropped off by buses. Remember, it is against state law to disobey the visual indicators of a stopped bus.
Area Z customers:
Exit protocol has changed and you must now use your card to exit Area Z. Please do not linger in the gate area. Please do not access Area Z if your card does not work, as you may experience difficulty leaving.
Please contact Security at (360) 319-8200 if you need assistance accessing or leaving Area Z.
Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) biotoxin has increased to a dangerous level in mussels from Birch Bay according to weekly monitoring reports from Whatcom County Health Department and the Washington State Department of Health. PSP toxin levels are high enough to cause illness. Read more here – www.whatcomcounty.us/DocumentCenter/View/29109