Posted by tgmurali, Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 @ 12:28pm
We had a meeting with Morrisville Town Officials, DOT and Wake County Public Schools on June 21st, 2017 at the Town Hall. Some of the HOA members and residents were able to attend this meeting. Also councilmen Michael Schlink and Satish Garimella attended the meeting.
Since the residents have a lot of questions and concerns regarding the options for the access road, Satish invited the officials to come to the Breckenridge Club house to discuss and explain the details to the residents.
They have asked us to come up with the set of questions and they are willing to come to our Club house and answer each of these questions. They do not want a open question and session answer session.
Posted by tgmurali, Saturday, May 6th, 2017 @ 3:22pm
It's that time of year again- the Breckenridge Pool opens this Saturday, May 6th! If you need a pool card, please review the attached pool card replacement instructions. Please remember that if you have a balance greater than $40.00, your pool card will be turned off and will not be turned back on until you've emailed to confirm your payment. If you want to check your balance, please visit www.yorkhoa.com. Website registration instructions are also attached to this email.
Below are some items to remember. Attached are the current rules. Please discuss the rules with your family members.
1. The pool lifeguards are there to for safety. They are not your baby sitter or disciplinarian. Please read the rules concerning pooluse, children and ages to be accompanied by an adult.
2. Babies not potty trained are to wear a swim diaper AND plastic pants with elasticized legs OVER the swim diaper. Every year we have closing due to parents not understanding this.
3. Hours are 6:30a.m.-8:00 p.m. at this time. There is no after dusk swimming. The closing time will vary during mid summer as to when dusk occurs.
If you have any questions, please email your Property Manager, Carol Slaven at Carolslaven@yorkproperties.com. Thank you for your attention to these items and have a safe and enjoyable summer.