As many of you may have heard Governor DeWine has announced that pools will soon be allowed to open. Our priority is to keep everyone healthy, protect our pool staff, and protect the Association. The State/County Health Department will be releasing guidance and requirements that we will need to follow prior to opening, as well as what rules we will all need to follow once we are open.
Just like grocery shopping, dining out, and visiting your barber or hair salon, going to the pool will look different this year. There will be many operational modifications in order for the pool to function safely due to COVID-19. Our pool Trustees and pool managers have been developing a plan to open based on the current CDC guidelines. We have also been in contact with our legal counsel and our insurance company to mitigate any new risks to the Association that that opening may cause.
If you’ve passed by the pool recently, you’ve most likely noticed work being done; work that included the water source to the pool, cleaning, and sidewalk repair. The weather has not been cooperating, but the leak detection and repair is scheduled next.
Governor DeWine also loosened the restrictions on opening tennis courts. Health Department guidelines are still forthcoming, but hopefully we can open the courts very soon. The playground and basketball courts are to remain closed.
We will communicate the opening date and details on new guidelines once we have them. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any of your trustees or directly to Ken Angermeier at.
The Ledgewood Board of Directors