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AMENITY CLOSURES due to COVID-19

Updated: Aug 3, 2020


Dear Neighbours,


Experts in health and disease control have strongly recommended cancellation of large events that require a high density of people indoors, as well as social distancing. People are also asked to limit their in-person interactions, and stay home as much as possible.


Additionally, the Board must prioritize our sanitation resources (as they are in short supply due to high demand) and cleaners’ time to the main common element areas (this includes the lobbies, main doors, railings, elevators, and other areas that see high-contact and are high-risk for transmission).


Due to these recommendations, the Board must must implement the following:


Party Room: Exclusive & Non-Exclusive Use


Due to the concerns noted above, we are forced to immediately close the Party Room to both exclusive and non-exclusive bookings until the COVID-19 concern is over. Management will get in touch with those who have existing Party Room bookings with further information.

We regret that this is the choice we have to make as we were looking forward to residents using this room after so much work to get it back in usable condition, but we must prioritize both sanitation and human resources to the common areas while also doing our part in limiting unnecessary social interactions and gatherings.


Recreational Amenities: Fitness Facilities, Pool, & Spa


Due to the concerns noted above, we are forced to immediately close the Recreational Amenities until the COVID-19 concern is over, as we must prioritize both sanitation and human resources to the common areas while also doing our part in limiting unnecessary social interactions and the spread of the virus.


Gymboree


Due to the concerns noted above, we are forced to immediately close the Gymboree until the COVID-19 concern is over, as we must prioritize both sanitation and human resources to the common areas while also doing our part in limiting unnecessary social interactions and the spread of the virus. Additionally, the nature of the childrens’ toys are difficult to fully sterilize, and as children are part of the vulnerable population, we cannot risk their health.


Loitering in the Common Elements


Residents are asked not to loiter in the common elements. At this time, the common elements should be for ingress and egress uses only. The lobby may be used to wait for rides and food deliveries, within reason.



Stay safe and healthy,

Andreea Birloncea, President

on behalf of the Board of Directors of

Emerald City One - TSCC 2368


Edit (August 3, 2020):

This blog post is relevant to the Requisition Meeting of August 28, 2020.

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