Homeowners Meeting 3/11/2011
Nearly every Cerros Sands homeowner currently in Belize came to the meeting.
Things that were covered of note:
100s of Coconut trees were ordered and being installed along the beach in phase 2. More ordered to go along the roads on the boundary of the property.
Cohun trees and coconut trees are also being planted in the green space/ Disc Golf. This will provide some more challenge and more importantly shade for recreational walkers.
CSPM is operating the Bush hog currently once per month on lots that it can be run.
CSPM is a Belizean owned and operated company. The funds paid every year need to be brought down to Belize. Wire, check or bank to bank transfer can be done.
New channel markers are going to be installed along with lights. No wake buoys have been ordered as well.
Bar stage construction is ongoing, kitchen expansion has started.
200 foot dock planned and approved for the long Jetty.
Channel expansion to the road started, the material was too soft to work with at the point where we stopped so it will need to dry out before proceeding.
Some issues brought up by homeowners:
There is a concern about basically abandoned or neglected parcels. Including low land or parcels with weeds.
We will proceed to notify those again with low lots to fill as much as they can to make maintenance easier. Those who have abandoned or will not cooperate with the upkeep of their land we will do what we can within the law to enforce upkeep.
Security came up, we will be installing community maps at the gatehouse as well as a dedicated phone for security. Once this is done we will share the number with residents.
Emergency Air horns were proposed for medical emergencies where you may not be able to reach your phone. We will be sourcing them and if you are interested in having one we will have them for sale at Blackbeard’s.
A medical emergency plan was also proposed for getting to the hospital, we will continue to look at this. For now there is a boat available at the restaurant dock for medical emergencies.
Thank you to everyone who came out, as always if you see something that needs to be addressed feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org