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Notice from Crane Watch Club – COVID-19

We would like to inform you that one of our team members tested positive for COVID 19. In observance of HIPAA rules, we will refer to the team member as TME01. TME01 last worked on July 4th. Starting July 5th TME01 took a one week vacation at a popular vacation spot. TME01 contacted the department head at CWC on July 15th informing the manager that they were exhibiting symptoms of COVID 19. Yesterday TME01 informed the department head that they had tested positive.

In an effort to keep Crane Watch as safe as possible, we contacted the CDC directly for guidance and were told that our facility should not be affected since no other team member has displayed any symptoms to date.

The CDC also confirmed the incubation period is between 2 to 14 days and since we are outside the parameters, there should be no cause for concern.

TME01 will be self-quarantining for another two weeks, but cannot come back to work until further tests are taken after the quarantine period, to ensure complete safety.

Furthermore, we procured several Ultraviolet C devices, which are set up around the building to eradicate germs, bacteria, etc. The ultraviolet C devices are activated on a daily basis at the conclusion of business for 40 minutes. Ultraviolet C devices are utilized in hospital settings for the reasons mentioned earlier.

 

Trash Days – Be Kind to Your Neighbors!

As everyone is likely aware, the Evergreen Club enjoys two trash pickups per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays.  Generally, Waste Management does a great job, and the trash is quickly whisked away.  However, the process isn’t perfect and sometimes a bit of trash is left nearby the pickup site.  If this happens to you, please be a good neighbor and pick up the leftovers!  Your neighbors will be most appreciative of trash not blowing into their yards, or worse yet, drawing vermin to the site.  Many thanks!

Hotwire Community Portal – Coming Soon!

As a part of our contract with Hotwire, the Evergreen Club will have access to an integrated Community Portal – accessible right from your TV!

You’ll be able to directly access Community Information, such as trash pickup schedules, security details, parking information, community regulations, and much more!

The Community Portal also enables the Board of Directors to directly send an important communication right to your TV!  When a message is sent, you’ll see a banner at the bottom of your screen that alerts you.  You can read the message right there on your TV, at your convenience.

It’s the Board’s sincere desire to communicate with our community on a timely basis, and the Community Portal will be one of the methods of getting important information out to our residents quickly.  Stay tuned for more details – coming soon!

New POA Board of Directors Bios

Two residents have been newly appointed to the Board of Directors.  Below are their bios to help you become familiar with the new faces and their backgrounds:

Ken Hooper-Capozzi, Secretary
  • I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts and Sciences (1988) from the University of Louisville; Interior design and architectural, with extending studies of Italian architecture and art from the University of Perugia (Italy).  I was an interior designer from 1984-2011 and owned my own design businesses in Louisville, KY from 1988-2011.
  • In 2011 I semi-retired and moved to Florida where I had a second home. I then decided to stay here and make it my permanent residence. I chose the Evergreen Club, with its large lots, unique homes, and amenities that this community had to offer.  Chose Palm City, over larger cities, because of the quiet charm and tranquility. I found the people here to be much like Louisville with Southern, friendly charm.
  • I also have a background in architecture landscaping design and with hobbies such as gardening and cooking; this was the perfect place. I also do a lot of volunteer work from the Stuart Garden Club and on the board of the Arts Council of Martin County. I have chaired many events including the Marties Awards of Martin County and ArtsFest Stuart. I have been a front runner for the arts in Martin County and will continue to do with fundraising endeavors and participating on the gallery committee. I held the position of Treasurer for the Glen Oaks Homeowners Association from 2004 to 2009.
  • There are many things I hope to contribute to our development with my design background. I feel I can help to improve our community and I hope to be a viable member of the Evergreen Board of Directors.
Bob Langevin, Treasurer
  • I was born in Pawtucket, RI, and graduated from The U. of Rhode Island in June 1965 with a BS Degree in Business Administration with a Major in Insurance and Risk Management.
  • Military: US Army Pilot from Jan. 1966 to Jan. 1970. While in Vietnam flying as a Forward Air Controller (FAC) from July 1967 – July 1968 I was awarded The Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) and The Bronze Star (with a ‘V’ for Valor). I was Honorably Discharged from the Army in Jan. 1970 in the Rank of Captain.
  • Jobs and Occupations: Field Representative for the Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. – 1965; Aviation Ins. Underwriter for USAIG in Chicago, IL.; Pilot for United Air Lines from Feb. 1970 to my Retirement in March 2003. While at UAL, I flew the B-737, B-727, B-757 & 767, and finally the B-747-400. While at UAL I served as a Line Check Airman (LCA), and I was the MIA Schedule Comm. Chm. for the last 12 years prior to my retirement. I also served as the Public Relations Coordinator during the pilot strike in 1985 and Chaired the UAL Liaison Comm. because of my strong abilities in dealing with Conflict Resolution which served me well as a Captain while flying the Boeing aircraft for United for 34 years.
  • When I moved to SE FL in May of 1974 I started an Aviation Insurance Agency from scratch and grew it into a Multi-Million Dollar Corp. all the while I was still flying for United Air Lines. I eventually sold AVION Ins. Agy. to my son a few years ago.
  • Family, Positions, and Awards: Married to Sandra and have lived in The Evergreen Club for over a year.  I have two grown children (Lisa & Scott) who are married and have families living in the Orlando area. Sandy and I are FULL-TIME residents of FL. and do not ‘snowbird’.
    • Treasurer and Vice-President of Chi Phi Fraternity while at URI
    • Treasurer of the URI School Newspaper
    • Outstanding New Jaycee in Crystal Lake, IL in 1972
    • Jaycee Chapter – State Representative (Liaison) in 1973
    • Boca Raton Airport Authority Member from 1990 to 1995 and was Vice-Chmn. in 1994
    • East Shore Harbor Club Condominium Association HOA, Saugatuck, MI – President (2 Years), Vice President and Treasurer

New POA Committees!

In order to provide additional focus on issues important to our community, the Board of Directors has created two new committees:  the Drainage Committee and the Directory Committee.  Both committees will give regular reports at the monthly Board of Directors meetings.

Drainage Committee

The Drainage Committee will be working on drainage issues throughout the community and will consult with South Florida Water Management as needed.

    • Chairperson: Nick Nocito; Members:  Steve Hansmon and Brian Yates
Directory Committee

The Directory Committee will be focusing on updating and maintaining our current neighborhood directory.  Stay tuned for more on this!  The Directory Committee needs another member; please send an email to president@nullevergreenpoa.com if you can lend a hand.

    • Chairperson: Ed Olsen; Members: Open

Hurricane Preparedness

Since our Official Hurricane Season started on June 1st, the following is something that you might want to think about:

Suggested items for your family’s emergency preparedness kit:

  • Water – one gallon per person per day, for drinking and sanitation
  • Food – at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food
  • Battery-powered radio and extra batteries
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Whistle to signal for help
  • Filter mask or cotton T-shirt, to help filter the air
  • Moist towelettes for sanitation
  • Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
  • Manual can opener for food (if kit contains canned food)
  • Plastic sheeting and duct tape to shelter in place
  • Garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation
  • Unique family needs, such as daily prescription medications, infant formula or diapers, pet food, and important family documents