Amended Pool Rules – 2020 – Indoor & Outdoor Pools.

Until Further Notice, The Pools Are Open For Residents Only, Guests Not Permitted

ACCESS TO THE OUTDOOR POOL, AS WELL AS THE REST ROOM AREA, ARE PERMITTED BASED UPON THE COVID-19 PREVENTION AND OPERATIONS PLAN THAT WAS APPROVED BY THE FREEHOLD TWP. DEPT. OF HEALTH.  

KEY POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN PLANNING AN OUTING TO THE POOL: USE OF THE POOL FACILITY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IS AT YOUR OWN RISK, STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK OR EXHIBIT ANY SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19, WERE EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WITH COVID-19 IN THE PAST 14 DAYS, OR TRAVELLED FROM A PLACE REQUIRING YOU TO SELF QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS, PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING NOT LESS THAN 6 FEET WITH ANYONE OUTSIDE OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD, YOU SHOULD WEAR A MASK WHEN SOCIAL DISTANCING OF 6 FEET CANNOT BE MAINTAINED, EXCEPT WHEN IN THE POOL WHICH INCREASES THE RISK OF DROWNING.

OUTDOOR POOL

1.      HOURS

           

  1. 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM – daily (when pool manager/ambassador is on duty only).

2.      ADMITTANCE AND ACCESS TO OUTDOOR POOL FACILITY

                 

  1. Entry and exit to the outdoor pool facility will only be available via the outersoutheast gate.
  2. If there is a line at the time of entry, observe social distancing of not less than 6 feet apart.
  3. The pool manager/ambassador is required to sign in each resident each time you visit the outdoor pool facility.
  4. Follow the directional arrows and the directions of the pool manager/ambassador pertaining to traffic flow for entering and exiting the pool area.
  1. RESPECTING OTHERS
  1. Consider bringing and using your own hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes.
  • Pool furniture cannot be reserved.  Please do not move the pool furniture.   It is positioned to provide optimal social distancing between patrons.
    • Cover lounges & chairs with a large towel to protect from suntan oils, lotions, and/or creams.
    • Please keep large coolers off the tables.

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  • Do not use the pool as a place to “rinse off” if you are coming to the pool from the beach.
    • Residents must clean up after themselves and take with them any trash generated during their visit.

4.      NOT ALLOWED

a.   GLASS OF ANY KIND                     e. SITTING ON STEPS LEADING TO POOL

b.   SMOKING                                         f. DIVING OR JUMPING INTO THE POOL

c.   FOOD (at tables only)                        g. DOGS OR OTHER ANIMALS EXCEPT GUIDE  

d.   RUNNING                                          AND THERAPY DOGS

      5.   IN AND AROUND THE POOL

a.  Always maintain social distancing of not less than 6 feet apart and consider wearing a mask when not in the pool.   Wearing a mask when in the pool increases the risk of drowning.  

                   b.  Food and beverages (in non-glass containers only) permitted only at the tables.

6.   LIABILITIES

    1. erson suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall be prohibited.

7.   MISCELLANEOUS

a.   Rest room and shower facilities will be locked and are only available on a one person at a time basis by asking the Pool Manager/Ambassador for access.   Please use only the designated shower, sink or toilet.    

b.   Footwear is required to gain entry to the rest rooms.

c.   The outermost southeast gate to the outdoor pool facility will be open for pool patron usage from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM only on days that a Pool Manager/Ambassador is on duty.

8.   OVERALL

a.   Rules are for your protection and are necessary to promote safety and courtesy and reduce the risk for infection at the pool facility.

b.   Violators of the rules run the risk of losing their pool privileges.

c.   We are counting on your cooperation with the Pool Manager/Ambassador to provide a safe and secure area of enjoyment for all residents.

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INDOOR POOL

ACCESS TO THE INDOOR POOL, AS WELL AS THE REST ROOM AREA, ARE PERMITTED BASED UPON THE COVID-19 PREVENTION AND OPERATIONS PLAN THAT WAS APPROVED BY THE FREEHOLD TWP. DEPT. OF HEALTH.  

KEY POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN PLANNING AN OUTING TO THE INDOOR POOL: YOU MUST WEAR A MASK UPON ENTERING THE INDOOR FACILITY AND CONTINUE TO WEAR A MASK WHEN YOU ARE NOT IN THE WATER, USE OF THE POOL FACILITY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IS AT YOUR OWN RISK, STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK OR EXHIBIT ANY SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19, WERE EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WITH COVID-19 IN THE PAST 14 DAYS, OR TRAVELLED FROM A PLACE REQUIRING YOU TO SELF QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS, DO NOT WEAR A MASK WHEN IN THE POOL SINCE DOING SO INCREASES THE RISK OF DROWNING.                    

            1. HOURS

  1. 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM – daily (when pool manager/ambassador is on duty only).

2. ADMITTANCE AND ACCESS TO INDOOR POOL FACILITY

                 

  1. Entry and exit to/from the indoor pool facility will only be available via the outersoutheast gate of the outdoor pool facility.
  2. If there is a line at the time of entry, observe social distancing of not less than 6 feet apart.
  3. The pool manager/ambassador is required to sign in each resident each time you visit the indoor pool facility.
  4. Follow the directional arrows and the directions of the pool manager/ambassador pertaining to traffic flow for entering and exiting the pool area.
  5. The indoor pool facility will not be open when the outdoor pool facility is closed for inclement weather or other reasons.

3. RESPECTING OTHERS

a.   You must wear a mask upon entering the indoor facility and continue to wear a mask when      

       you are not in the pool.

b.   Footwear is required inside the indoor pool facility, except when you are in the water. 

c.   Consider bringing and using your own hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes.

d.   Maintain social distancing no less than 6 feet apart at all times during your visit to the indoor

      pool facility, except as permitted among immediate resident family members, caretakers or

      household members.

e.   No person who is wearing a diaper of any kind is allowed in the indoor pool.

  • Shower before entering the pool environment (before entering the water). (NJ State Sanitary Code).

4. LIABILITIES

  1. Residents use the pool facility at their own risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. The rules of the Board of Health and the State Sanitary Code are always to be followed.
  3. Any person suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall be prohibited.

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  • Any resident whose actions cause the pool to be drained will be fined all costs.
  • A “No Lifeguard on Duty” sign will be posted.  Residents swim at their own risk. The Board of Health exemption from having lifeguards is based on a policy of swimmers not swimming alone (buddy system with proper social distancing of not less than 6 feet apart).   
  • Pool operations will be discontinued during electrical storms and at the alert generated notification of the potential onset of an electrical storm andthe pool area cleared and remain cleared for up to 30 minutes after the last sound of thunder is heard. The Pool Manager/Ambassador, when on duty, shall advise when to leave the pool facility and when it is safe to resume use of the pool facility.   All pool patrons must leave from the pool facility environs at these times.                                                                                                         

5. MISCELLANEOUS  

a.   Rest room and shower facilities will be locked and are only available on a one person at a time basis by asking the Pool Manager/Ambassador for access.   Please use only the designated shower, sink or toilet.   

b.   Footwear is required to gain entry to the rest rooms.

c.   The outermost southeast gate to the outdoor pool facility will be open for pool patron usage from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM only on days that a Pool Manager/Ambassador is on duty.

      6. OVERALL

a.   Rules are for your protection and are necessary to promote safety and courtesy and reduce the risk for infection at the pool facility.

b.   Violators of the rules run the risk of losing their pool privileges.

c.   We are counting on your cooperation with the Pool Manager/Ambassador to provide a safe and secure area of enjoyment for all residents.

Guideline for Community Facilities – Bocce, Horseshoes, Croquet, and Shuffleboard – 7/19/2020

FOUR SEASONS AT WALL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

2519 Sparrowbush Lane, Manasquan, NJ 08736

Tel. 732-223-2289   Fax. 732-223-7120

Four Seasons at Wall

Community Facilities – Bocce, Horseshoes, Croquet & Shuffleboard

——————————————————————————————————As announced on the robo call of June 26 and posted on the community website, the above facilities are available for use, subject to the following guidelines:

  • Do not use these facilities if you are exhibiting symptoms of the coronavirus: mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough and difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by the CDC.
  • Use of the facilities is for Residents only.
  • The number attendees at any one time must be limited to allow for social distancing.
  • All players (except immediate family members, caretakers, etc.)  are required to be six feet apart from other participants and attendees at all times. 
  • Masks (face coverings) are strongly recommended at all times and must be worn if social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
  • Players are responsible for sanitizing any HOA equipment and touch surfaces before and after use, and wearing gloves for their protection.

Tennis Courts were opened to use by Residents in late May. Specific guidelines for their use were posted on the community website and in the June issue of The Voice.

The Association shall have the right to rescind the use of any Community facility if noncompliance with the above has been observed.

Four Seasons at Wall

Board of Trustees

07/19/2020

Ratification of approvals from prior Board Meetings.

The following items were ratified at today’s open Board meeting.

Ratification of:

APPROVALS from Board Meetings on: 03/18/2020, 04/01/2020, 04/15/2020, 05/06/2020, 05/20/2020, 06/03/2020, 06/17/2020 and 07/01/2020

    All Items Subject to Ratification at First In-Person Open Meeting (7/15/2020):

  1. March 18, 2020 Webex Board Meeting

The Board Members approved

 1) Four House and Rec Committee Approved Activity Requests:

    1) Nurses Club sponsored balance class Tuesdays at 10:00 AM beginning April 21 through June          9 in the all-purpose room;

   2) Singles Club monthly meetings held third Monday of each month in the Ballroom at 6:00PM;

  3) Gentle Yoga every Tuesday and every Friday in the Billiard room from 9:30 to 10:30 AM;

  4) Revision of The Chorale’s request for Holiday Shows Thursday, December 3 and Friday, December 4 at 7:30 PM in the Ballroom. Deleted original request for refreshments

afterward in the Billiard room,

2)LMS Tree Replacement Proposal to replace 31 of the street trees and 8 of the community area trees which were removed in the fall of 2019, for a total of 39 trees, at a total cost of $20,859.04,

3) Approval of new contract with Senior Publishing Co., to publish THE VOICE from April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2025, in digital format, providing monthly rebate to FSW at $400,

4) Proposal by Aspen Tree Experts for foliar spray for Cherry trees at $911.66,

 5) Candlewood Management Service, Inc. proposal to replace the perimeter drain cover at indoor pool deck for $865.02,

 6) Events Planning Committee request to fund cancellation expenses of $822.11 owed to caterer, servers, and outlay for decorations from St. Patrick’s Day dinner cancelled on advice of Community Manager and BOT,

 7) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

II.             April 1, 2020 Webex Board Meeting

The Board Members approved the preparation of a Resolution to record Board approvals voted on in Webex meetings at the first open meeting held after COVID-19 restrictions are alleviated.  The Board Members also approved

 1)  LMS proposal to trim maple tree at 2534 Morningstar Rd and remove fallen white pine tree and grind stump at 2508 Sparrowbush for $845.00 plus tax;

2) LMS watering proposal for $300 per four hour minimum watering per week of newly-planted replacement trees;

 3) Purchase of Wi-Fi extender to replace the one removed from the card room;

4) Also approved purchase of a lockable device over the Wi-Fi extender;

5) Invoice from Newman Ornamental Ironwork, Inc. for $1,745 (50%) of proposal totaling $3490) to repair front gate;

6) Otis Elevator annual contract for $229.35 per month or $2752.20 annually, effective 4-1-2020 through 3-31-2020;

7) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

III.      April 15, 2020 Webex Board Meeting

The Board Members approved and signed a Resolution that any actions taken by the Board during the state of emergency necessitated by the COVID-95 pandemic shall be subject to ratification at the next Open Meeting of the Membership.

The Board Members also approved

1) Tech Electric proposal of $625.00 for work done at outdoor pool, cleaning and tightening of exposed lugs and terminations, testing of pool for proper bonding and grounding and certification of pool if all systems pass;

2) McGovern Legal Services invoice of $250.00 for correspondence with FSW Auditor;

3) Pumping Services, Inc. proposal for $906.31 for service call to lubricate the gear mechanisms and valve system assembly at Willow Pond;

 4) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

IV.     May 6, 2020 Webex Board Meeting

The Board Members approved:

1) Confires Proposal for Total Cost of $587.20 for Two Gauge Replacements and Three Year Inspection on the Clubhouse Fire Sprinkler System,

2) Green Grass J & M Landscaping Proposal for Total Cost of $767.40 for Route 70 Area Finishing Work,

 3) LMS Proposal for Total Cost of $12,545.00 for Clean Up and Removal of 24 Storm Damaged Trees (Per Tree Cost of $522.71),

4) Vic Gerard Proposal for Total Cost of $575.73 for New Golf Cart Cover,

 5) LMS Proposal for Total Cost of $1,290.16 for New Irrigation Controller for Well #5,

 6) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

       V.      May 20, 2020 WebEx Board Meeting

The Board Members approved:

1) DATASERV Proposal for Total Cost of $3,273.33 to Provide and Set Up Two Lenovo Computers and Two Lenovo Docking Stations and One Dell LCD Monitor for Management Offices,

2) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

                        VI.     June 3, 2020 WebEx Board Meeting

The Board Members approved:

 1) Shaughnessy Sports Construction Proposal for Total of $682.40 to Install Windscreens at Tennis Courts,

2) World Class Gutter Cleaning and Installation Proposal for Total of $703.73 for Cleaning of Gutters at Clubhouse, Outdoor Pool Gazebo, Outdoor Pool Pump House and Gatehouse,

3) RW Hart General Contractors Proposal for Total of $1,075.00 to Refurbish Four Picnic Tables, 4) RW Hart General Contractors Proposal for Total of $1,990.00 to Install New Doors on Outdoor Pool Pump House,

5) Rescinding of Approval of ENCON Proposal Option #1 for $38,750.00,

 6) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

                      VII.     June 17, 2020 WebEx Board Meeting

The Board Members approved:

1) 1) ATI Proposal for Total of $6,500.00 for bid specification related work for new indoor pool dehumidification system, 

2) Two House & Rec Committee approved activity requests: 

 Women’s Club General Meetings at 9:15 AM in clubhouse ballroom starting in September 2020 (1st Monday of the month) and

Oktoberfest on Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 5 PM to 8 PM in clubhouse ballroom. 

3) The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden.

                    VIII.      July 1, 2020 Board Meeting on Clubhouse Veranda

The Board Members approved:

  1. Two House & Rec Committee Approved Activity Requests:

 Women’s Club Executive Board Meeting – Monday, July 6, 2020 10 AM to 12 PM on Clubhouse Veranda and the Book Club, 2nd Monday of Month at 4:30 PM in Clubhouse Library,

  • G & I Committee Recommended LMS Proposal for Total of $2,910.86 Removal of Four Dead Trees and Pruning of 4 Honey Locust Trees, 3) Griffin Alexander Invoices for Legal Services for March 2020 ($342.00), April 2020 ($2,323.00) and May 2020 ($8,271.50) Totaling $10,936.00.
  • The Board members accepted and approved the Treasurer’s Report given by Ray Kaden  

Gov. Murphy Executive Order 154 allowing personal care facilities to open 6/22/2020.

06/13/2020

Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 154, allowing personal care service facilities to reopen to the public on Monday, June 22 at 6:00 a.m., provided the facilities comply with standards issued by the Division of Consumer Affairs and Department of Health.  

  1. Under the Governor’s Executive Order, personal care service facilities include:  
  2. Cosmetology shops;
  3. Barber shops;
  4. Beauty salons;
  5. Hair braiding shops;
  6. Nail salons;
  7. Electrology facilities;
  8. Spas, including day spas and medical spas, at which solely elective and cosmetic medical procedures are performed;
  9. Massage parlors;
  10. Tanning salons; and
  11. Tattoo parlors.  

The Division of Consumer Affairs today issued an Administrative Order that includes comprehensive health and safety standards that personal care services who are licensees of the New Jersey State Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling and the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy must abide by. Safeguards include:  

  1. Limiting services to appointment-only;
  2. Performing health screening, including temperature checks, on clients and staff prior to entry to the facility;
  3. Requiring use of personal protective equipment, and requiring clients to wear face coverings at all times, regardless of the service they are receiving, unless face down on a massage table or where doing so would inhibit an individual’s health;
  4. Ensuring that all staff-client pairs maintain at least six feet distance between other staff-client pairs, unless separated by physical barriers;
  5. Adopting enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices; and
  6. Staying informed about new developments and guidance related to COVID-19. 

Nothing in the Order shall prevent the provision of services to a person that is confined to their home and unable to travel due to a disability, if these services 1) are permitted under existing statutes and regulations and 2) are provided in a manner that substantially complies with standards issued by the Division of Consumer Affairs and DOH.  DOH issued an Executive Directive today that includes comprehensive health and safety standards for these locations.

Cosmetology schools or other places that provide instruction and training for personal care services shall remain closed at this time.
 

Our American Legion Post 529 Awards Scholarships

Our American Legion Post awarded two scholarships to Wall Township HS Students at a ceremony held outside the Clubhouse on Monday June 1st.

The winners are Mia Ward (photo below) who will be attending St. Joseph’s in the Fall; and Nick Vargas (pictured with his dad) who will attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Heading to St. Jospeh’s
A proud Dad with his son Nick.

Outdoor gathering restrictions.

Four Seasons at Wall – Reopening Update

Outdoor Gatherings on Common Property

06/05/2020

In accordance with NJ Governor Murphy Executive Order 148, the Board of Trustees announces that effective immediately, the following will be permitted:

 Outdoor gatherings of no more than 25 people will be permitted on Common Property such as the clubhouse veranda, subject to the following restrictions-

  • At this time, the gatherings are for Residents only.
  • All attendees (except immediate family members, caretakers, etc.) at the gathering are required to be six feet apart from other attendees at all times. 
  • No organized sports are allowed and no Four Seasons equipment, such as bocce balls, may be used.
  • No HOA furniture (tables, chairs, etc.) will be provided; attendees may bring their own chairs and must remove all personal belongings at the conclusion of the gathering.
  • All individuals at the gathering should wear face coverings at all times where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.

Until we are allowed to open the pool, the area enclosed by the pool fence may not be used for social gatherings.

Your cooperation with the above will enable us to continue this program.