COVID-19 Pandemic Update – April 5, 2020

Seascape Owners,

The message below was just sent out from the Galveston Park Board regarding the orders for Galveston. While we have been trying to keep all owners up-to-date, things seem to be changing daily. Currently, no short-term rentals (including hotels and RVs are allowed in Galveston under 30 days and the beaches remain closed. Today, the City announced these guidelines will stay in place until April 30. While we thought we would open the pool back up, we decided …

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Garage repair work to begin on Monday January 20, 2020

Please be aware that CRX will be on site beginning Monday January 20,2020, to repair concrete in the parking garages.
The job will take at least 3 weeks and at times will be very noisy, but not unbearable.
The company will decide in which building they will start.
If your units are rented, you may wish to advise your tennents.
This time of year is the most opportune since rentals are slow.…

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Board of Directors Meeting Minutes October 19, 2019

The BOD met October 19,2019 at the on site office
THIS IS A SYNOPSIS OF THE MEETING MINUTES FOR A COMPLETE FILE OF THE MINUTES, PLEASE CONTACT THE HOA.

I. Call to order: The meeting was called to order at 10AM by President Clyde Steddum. All board members were present and also Carol and Bill Etheredge, and Leslie Duke, represented Etheredge Property Management.
II. Roll call and declaration of Quorum: President Clyde Steddum announced that a quorum was in place. …

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Board of Directors Mtg Minutes July 20,2019

The Board of Directors met July 20,2019 at the on site office. Meeting called to order by President Clyde Steddum at 10:22 am. Directors present were Ron Benotti and Beverly Ogle. Steve Schrakamp was en route, and Jan Schmiel attended by telephone. Carol and Bill Etheredge represented Etheredge Property Management.
There was a quorum in person and by telephone. No conflicts of interest noted.

President Steddum discussed sand issues: installation of a device at the end of the Seawall to …

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