JUST THE FACTS, MA’AM:
There are all kinds of rumors about communities and vaccinations. Per Mark Marciano at the City of Palm Beach Gardens, for information regarding the City of Palm Beach Gardens and Covid-19 vaccines, you can visit the City of Palm Beach Gardens’ website at pbgfl.com/COVIDVaccine. You can also go to the County website at vaccine.hcdpbbc.org to schedule an appointment with the Palm Beach County Health Care District. This will place you in a virtual waiting room until vaccines become available.
PGA POA ANNUAL MEETING:
Due to pandemic concerns, the venue for this year’s annual meeting, as well as the date, has been changed. Instead of the usual January meeting, the PGA POA Annual Meeting and Election will be held on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the PGA Resort Grand Ballroom. The room is considerably larger than the regular room and chairs will be adequately spaced. All attendees must wear a mask (covering nose and mouth) while in the sign-in area and/or the meeting room.
The only item on the agenda is the election of Board members so be sure to vote and mail or deliver your ballot and voting certificate to the POA immediately; especially if you won’t be attending the meeting in person. The meeting notice has been mailed so if you don’t receive it by February 20th, please call us.
All owners should cast their ballot for four members to serve on the 9-member PGA POA Board of Governors. This year there are nine candidates for the four positions. The biographies for each candidate can be found here and, of course, they were mailed with the meeting notice.
Most of the seasonal residents have returned and there are quite a few renters in PGA National again. Please be patient on the roads and sidewalks: there is a lot of extra traffic both in vehicles as well as on foot or bicycles.
The speed limit in PGA National is 25 mph at each end of Ryder Cup Blvd, on Ave of the Champions and on Tournament Blvd. It is 35 mph on Ave of the Masters and in the middle portion of Ryder Cup Blvd.
In addition to human traffic, many of the Sand Hill Cranes (which are hard to see on the street) are finding their mates so please protect the wildlife too! The Florida Sandhill Crane is protected by the U.S. Migratory Bird Treaty Act and is a State-designated Threatened species by Florida’s Endangered and Threatened Species Rule so SLOW DOWN and help keep them safe too.
We have asked the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department for assistance in enforcing speed limits. Please drive carefully!
JUST ONE MORE THING BEFORE CLOSING:
Happy Valentine’s Day….from 6 feet away!