Gov. Murphy announced Thursday night he’s extending the public-health emergency he declared in New Jersey for the coronavirus pandemic by another 30 days, even as the state’s outbreak continues to decline and his gradual reopening plan keeps moving forward.
Governor Murphy has acknowledged that trying to deal with safeguarding the public has proven to be more “complicated” than expected. In HH, the costs to comply would be prohibitive. “You’ve got data points that are hostile to good health and advantageous to the virus,” Murphy said.”
Following legal counsel, much research, and great deliberation, the HOA Board has unanimously decided that the HOLIDAY HEIGHTS POOL will remain closed for the 2020 summer season. COVID-19 guidelines & restriction requirements for social distancing, monitoring & sanitizing has resulted in all Holiday Heights Buildings & Grounds to be closed until further notice including TENNIS COURTS – SHUFFLE BOARDS – BOCCE & PAVILLION (USE OF BBQ).
This was not a decision made lightly as we recognize the enjoyment that will be lost with the pool and all outdoor recreation closings.
We are faced with unprecedented circumstances and your health and welfare is of upmost importance and guided our decision. Our Senior Adult Community is a high-risk population for serious illness and possible death from this virus. We have been advised that the pool environment and outdoor recreational facilities will put our entire community at an even higher risk of contracting and spreading the virus.
If you hear any rumors or have any questions. We are all here to help and keep the lines of communication open without having the benefit of in-person meetings.
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Last modified: June 5, 2020