Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Paradise Park News

Parking and Director on Duty

It looks like we will a have a beautiful weekend coming up followed by a week of hot weather. The pool is waiting and the chairs are ready to be lounged in! Wanted everyone to know that, as you think about coming up to Paradise Park, Grizzly Excavating is busy installing new storm sewers between Lakeshore Drive and Solana Key Court. At this time they are trenching directly in front of the driveway at Paradise. While access is still open to the Park, there is no parking available in the frontage area. If you have more than one vehicle, you will need to consider other parking options. Please note however, these options do not include parking in other OWNER’S parking areas (unless permission has been granted) as a common courtesy. As well, please note, as stated by the Park By-Laws, lots 57-70, 10 & 17 are the only sites that are allowed their vehicles parked on the road in front of their sites (again, common courtesy applies).

Also, if you need to talk to a Director over the summer, in the Club House on the bulletin board is a schedule of who is on duty over these busy months. For example, this weekend Tom Cummins, from lot 52 has volunteered to be on duty. Just a reminder that if you have a complaint, could you please put it in writing and sign it, so the Board can review it. This should be done for suggestions as well.

Thank you and see you soon,
Brenda Ens

Storm Sewer Excavating

Grizzly Excavating will be installing a new storm sewer beginning Tues. June 17th until some time in July. During this time there may be disruptions in accessing the park and roadway when they are digging the trench directly infront of the park. Please see the letter below for more details.

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Gas Stolen From Boat

One owner has reported gas being stolen from his boat's gas tank, while the boat was parked on the beach.

Other boat owners should take extra security measures.

Internet Upgrade

Dear Owners:

As you may have heard, over the last several months, with the help of volunteers Lance Keashly and Nigel Terrett, we have been working to improve the internet access at Paradise Park. Our old system was installed before so many park sites had computers, iPads and smart phones. These new device demands have been putting a heavy burden on the system – particularly during the summer months. After analysis was completed it was confirmed that we needed to complete two areas of improvement:

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Paradise Park has 2 sheds for recycling, located on the path to the beach. The shed closest to the road is for pop cans, beer cans, and any containers that have a deposit when you purchase them. The second shed closest to the beach is for other materials that can be recycled but no deposit has been paid on them. For a full list of what can be recycled go to Return It.

The recycle shed is manned by volunteers, so please keep it neat, tidy and organized.



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