I’m curious if an HOA has any grounds for keeping the community pool closed after they have been reopened by the governor. A sign posted reads:
“We are aware that the Governor has lifted the pool closures order.
Please know that this reopen order is to be done in conjunction with CDC Guidelines & Checklists.
Upon guidance from Management and Lawyers our Community does not have the ability to adequately meet these requirements.
The Pool will remain closed until further notice.
We understand the frustration and we hope you will continue to be patient while we try to determine what is best for the community and all residents.
Thank You, Board of…”
From what I understand, all reopening guidelines are recommendations and not laws. Other nearby communities have reopened with “swim at your own risk” signs posted on the gates.
Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.