This Is our Village

Monday, May 25, 2020

Sunday, May 24, 2020

UCO WEEKLY LCAM REPORT - MAY 25, 2020

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Follow this link for the UCO Weekly LCAM Report, by Donald Foster - LCAM.
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Dave Israel

Saturday, May 23, 2020

BOCCE BALL COURTS

When will the bocce ball courts open ?

Friday, May 22, 2020

RESTRICTED MAIN CLUBHOUSE OPENING - CONDUCTING BUSINESS WITH CERTAIN OFFICES

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Dave Israel
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Note to Ed Grossman, CPA, UCO Treasurer

Dear Mr. Grossman,

First, let me say that your accusations that UCO was denying you access to computer files, hindering you in the performance of your duties as Treasurer, are as I understand it, not true. You were given remote access to the Treasurers Computer and files.

Your complaint about the bookkeepers e-mail address being treasurertwo (which it has been since Dorothy Tetro's days in office) is such a small thing to complain about. 

UNTIL you bring your concerns before the Officers, which to my recollection, you have yet to do, your concerns will not be addressed in the proper manner.

You claim the auditors resigned because they could not get information , but as I understand the situation, a flash-drive with the information they required was delivered directly to you, placed in your hand and it is unclear what happened to it after that. A question that is sure to come up at Officers and /or Finance Committee meeting

I asked for a list of your committee members a couple of times and you finally submitted it. Olga Wolkenstein came by to pick up the Committee Request forms yesterday and will get them filled out and back to UCO ASAP. Thank you for sending your committee list as I do have forms to prepare for committee voting.

I have on at least three occasions asked you if you have sent out RFPs (Request for Proposal) for an Audit, which would be sealed bids to be opened at Finance Committee and voted on. You have kept UCO in the dark for some time now, not to mention the secret meetings we've heard about, which begs the question, who is actually hindering the process?

I have tried to call on the phone, I have e-mailed, now I feel forced to bring this out in public for and answer. I have at least given you the courtesy of trying to do this privately first. I did not go to a lawyer accusing anyone of not doing their job and threats of putting UCO Officers "on notice".

I was hoping for so much more from UCO and it's officers for the next few years. The CV-19 Virus has had a great effect on the normal business of UCO and yet we have not closed, we are still conducting business, although slightly down-scaled with a dedicated skeleton crew. 

Respectfully Submitted,
Bob Rivera, UCO Recording Secretary



Thursday, May 21, 2020

NOTICE OF RESTRICTED WPRF POOL OPENINGS - REVISED

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Dave Israel

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Sunday, May 17, 2020

UCO WEEKLY LCAM REPORT - MAY 18, 2020

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Follow this link for the UCO Weekly LCAM Report by Donald Foster - LCAM
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Dave Israel
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UCO hours

from CAM 5/4
UCO INVESTIGATIONS- Sale and rental activity at CV continues to be brisk. UCO volunteers continue to process applications and supply screening reports to CV associations. Applications can be dropped off at UCO from 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM on Mondays through Thursdays, and from 12:00 PM until 3:00 PM on Fridays. Screening reports are taking longer to return to UCO, due to COVID-19 related delays. Reports, when returned to UCO, are being delivered directly to board members' homes.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

South west fence compromised



We understand that undesirables are entering CV through a hole in the south west corner fence.

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Message from UCO Recording Secretary to All Associations

To All Century Village West Palm Beach Associations

I would encourage each and every Association to update their Officer, Delegate and CERT Contact Report. Many of the reports on file have not been updated in years.
In order to be as current as possible, UCO requests that it be update AT THE LEAST, every other year. 
Unfortunately, residents  move, pass away or are not elected the following year.  

Here are a few hints when filling out your form:

1. First and foremost, Use the form provided at UCO, (Your Seacrest form and/or self generated forms will not be accepted) and you must PRINT legibly. 

2. If you do not have a name for a CERT contact, it will default to the Association President.Your CERT contact should be a year round resident that will be able to check on other residents during emergencies.  

3. Your president IS your Delegate. 

4. Should your president not be able or willing to represent your association, an  ALTERNATE should be selected. Having an  Alternate ensures that each Association is REPRESENTED. 

5. Associations May have as many Alternates as they want, but ONLY the first delegate to sign into the Delegate Assembly Meeting will be able to vote at the meeting and will not be transferable once the meeting begins.

6. The  Officer, Delegate and CERT Contact Report will not be valid without the Association Seal in the lower left corner. 

Please note: There are many Associations that have no Alternates so MANY Associations are unrepresented. Not having a representative would be equivalent to throwing your money out the window and having no say on where it goes.

I would urge each Association to make sure you are represented at each Delegate Assembly Meeting. Make sure your Association Officers appoint Alternates.

Thank you... Respectfully Submitted,
Bob Rivera

Sunday, May 10, 2020

UCO WEEKLY LCAM REPORT - MAY 11, 2020

Follow this link for the UCO Weekly LCAM Report by Donald Foster - LCAM.
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Dave Israel
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Friday, May 8, 2020

TEMPORARY POOL RULES

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West Palm Beach Clubhouse Update - May 8, 2020
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Please be advised in compliance with the CDC/PBC mandates restricted pool openings. See below for the temporary protocol.
For Clubhouse Resident and Guest Pool reservations please call (561) 640-3120 ext. 0. You must make a reservation in order to use the pool facility. We will be taking reservations seven days a week from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Space will be limited due do the new regulations. Reservations can be made on Fridays for the following Monday - Sunday.
TEMPORARY RESERVATION POOL HOURS
 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
(Closed for cleaning between each reservation time)
Please review the new pool rules and restrictions prior to making your pool reservation. If you have any questions and/or concerns let us know when making the reservation.
Residents only (No Guests)
One reservation for up to two residents per phone call, per day
No rain out make-up times
Must show resident CV ID at check in
Must wear face mask at all times unless you are swimming
Towel must be place on chair when sitting down
Must keep six foot mandated social distancing on pool deck and in the pool
Do not move pool furniture
Bathrooms will be available and please shower at home
Coolers are not allowed but you can bring your own bottled water
No alcohol permitted
Must park on the south side for pool entrance
The main Clubhouse and Hastings will remain closed
Non-compliance will result in pool closure
Pool noodles and pool weights are permitted
Temporary policy is subject to change and/or modification
For updated information on COVID-19 please call the hotline at (561) 640-3112.

Eva Rachesky
VP W.P.R.F., Inc.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Sunday, May 3, 2020

UCO WEEKLY LCAM REPORT - MAY 4, 2020

Follow this link for the UCO Weekly LCAM Report, by Donald Foster - LCAM
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Dave Israel

Friday, May 1, 2020

WPRF POOL OPENING PROTOCOL - COVID-19

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Dave Israel
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COVID 19 TEST

I question the usefulness of the COVID 19 test being given in Century Village.
My wife and I took the test on April 23rd and have yet to receive the test results, we could have contracted the virus since! I called yesterday April 30th and was told that I would hear from them,I'm still waiting.
So this is absolutely a useless test!
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Hi Marc,
Results are somewhat delayed, but some results have been distributed by phone with written results promised.
Please be patient.

Dave Israel

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

FLORIDA TO START REOPENING


From the CNN (and probably others) broadcast, 4/29/, 6:22

Florida will start to reopen May 4, but for now Miami-Dade and two other counties won't be included.




Palm Beach County is one of the “two other counties”.



(CNN)Florida will reopen certain businesses throughout much of the state on Monday, Gov. Ron DeSantis said.

"We will get Florida back on its feet by using an approach that is safe, smart, and step by step," DeSantis said on Wednesday.
DeSantis said restaurants and retail spaces could let customers inside, but only at 25% capacity, and people must adhere to social distancing guidelines from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Restaurants can offer outdoor seating if tables are 6 feet apart.
"Outdoor transmission, as far as we've seen, has been more difficult than the indoor climate controlled transition," the governor said, adding that medical officials recommended the outdoor seating change.
Movie theaters can't reopen yet. The governor said it wouldn't be prudent, and it would be difficult to maintain social distancing. Bars, fitness centers and places that offer personal services, likes hair styling, also will open later.
People can schedule non-urgent surgeries again, he said, though it depends on a hospital's ability to handle surges in cases and availability of protective equipment.
DeSantis said the new measures he announced would not include three of the counties hit hardest by coronavirus. They are Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties, which account for about 6.2 million of Florida's residents, according to US Census data.



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Monday, April 27, 2020

Sunday, April 26, 2020

UCO WEEKLY LCAM REPORT - APRIL 27, 2020

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Follow this link for the Weekly UCO LCAM Report, by Donald Foster - LCAM
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Dave Israel
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Saturday, April 25, 2020

COVID-19 - AN IN DEPTH VIEW

For a detailed, based on numbers, statistics, and experience, examination of the COVID-19 pandemic, delivered by two physicians, google "Dr. Erickson Youtube" for videos.
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a little Quarantine Humor


Friday, April 24, 2020

UCO REPORTER - MAY EDITION 2020


Re: Alan Ehrlich email

The highly personal attack on David Israel is totally uncalled for. Obviously the majority of Century Village believe him to be a highly competent President for UCO. Otherwise they would not keep re-electing him.
I do not know you Mr. Ehrlich, nor have I ever heard your name. I can only assume that you are not a UCO volunteer. Pardon me if I am wrong, however, I would suggest that you get out from behind the curtains and jump on the stage and join the dedicated volunteers of UCO rather than just complain about any shortcomings that you perceive.
I would suggest you volunteer for some committees, run for office at the next election, become a delegate for your association or get involved with one of the many other programs i.e. Honor Flight or the 5K Run.
It's easy to criticize when you only know one side of a story/situation. Come out from behind the curtains sir.
Repactfully Submitted,
Bob Rivera
UCO Recording Secretary

Thursday, April 23, 2020

AN EMAIL FROM A WELL WISHER

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One of the "joys" of being UCO President, is the rare occasional hate mail received from a Resident. Here is the latest example:
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ajerseyjewishguy@aol.com

8:24 PM (34 minutes ago)
to me
 
David:
It has come to my attention that the UCO auditor has resigned. Reason, they can't get the information to do their job. That is really sad. Evidently,  your ego to be a dictator of Century Village has taken another negative step.
Are looking to have your legacy in Century Village as the person that ruined UCO and ended up causing the hurt of so many? If not, take your head out of your ass and start to work with other people for the betterment of the community.
You failed as a leader of Greenbrier and residents of the 3 buildings laugh when your name comes up. People talk about you and your friend Phyllis as the two that had no idea what the heck they were doing. Is that how you want to be remembered as the President of UCO? As I see it, you have two choices. First is to become a team player and work to improve UCO. Second is to just resign and rot in your condo. There is a third  option that would be a disgrace for you. That is for the powers to be to move to have you removed from office. Personally,  that's what I would like to see. I'd love to see you removed and disgraced. Laughed at when you walk with you head down, almost hanging on that overgrown stomach that protrudes when you wobble across the parking lot to your car.
Well, I don't know about you, but I really feel great now!
Alan Ehrlich
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Dave Israel
UCO President

COVID-19 TESTING BEGINS AT ANSHIE SHOLOM - APRIL 23, 2020







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Dave Israel
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NOTICE OF TEMPORARY CLUBHOUSE STAFF OFFICE OPERATIONS

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Dave Israel
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Sunday, April 19, 2020

UCO WEEKLY LCAM REPORT - APRIL 20, 2020

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Follow this link for the UCO Weekly LCAM Report by Donald Foster - LCAM
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Dave Israel
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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

COVID-19 TESTING TO BEGIN FOR CENTURY VILLAGE - APRIL 23, 2020

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For CV residents who desire to be tested for COVID-19, go to the following Web Site and register for Drive-Thru testing:
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Dave Israel
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Sunday, April 12, 2020

WEEKLY UCO LCAM REPORT - APRIL 13, 2020

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Follow this link for the UCO Weekly LCAM Report by Donald Foster - LCAM
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Dave Israel
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