BOD Business Meeting Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 8am-Location: TBD
Rogers Bay POA
"Great People, Great Place, Great Memories"
Tropical Storm Isaias has become slightly better organized today but is still expected to remain a strong tropical storm as it moves up the SE coast and makes landfall around the NC/SC border late Monday night into early Tuesday morning. The center is expected to track to our left, but a large wind field will bring tropical storm conditions to all of Eastern NC.
As a result, Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued for southern portions of the area where impacts will be felt first.
Storm Surge Watches have also been posted for vulnerable coastal areas in Eastern NC.
From Town of North Topsail Beach:
The Town of North Topsail Beach is already under a State of Emergency for the conditions surrounding a pandemic (“COVID-19 State of Emergency”). This Declaration of a State of Emergency (“Hurricane Isaias State of Emergency”) is independent of and in addition to the previously issued COVID-19 State of Emergency. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to alter the COVID-19 State of Emergency, and in declaring the Hurricane Isaias State of Emergency, there is no intent to alter the provisions of the standing COVID-19 State of Emergency in any way. The provisions of the Hurricane Isaias State of Emergency are freestanding until specifically declared otherwise; and in declaring a State of Emergency for Hurricane Isaias and imposing the restrictions and prohibitions ordered herein is necessary to maintain order and protect public health, safety, and welfare, and to secure property; and pursuant to the authority vested in me as the Mayor of North Topsail Beach under Article 1A of Chapter 166A of the North Carolina General Statutes, the following conditions and prohibitions are in effect with this Declaration:
Section 1. A State of Emergency is hereby declared within the jurisdiction of North Topsail Beach.
Section 2. The emergency area covered by this state of emergency shall be the territorial limits of the Town of North Topsail Beach.
Section 3. Declarations will be issued for evacuation, curfew, and other prohibitions and restrictions as circumstances merit.
Section 4. This Declaration shall take effect on August 2, 2020 at 06:00 PM and shall remain in effect until modified or rescinded.
Rogers Bay POA Board of Directors will hold a business meeting on Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 8am. Observers are welcome to attend. Due to continued concerns surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, the meeting will be conducted in an outdoor setting at a location TBD. You are asked to please bring a chair and to continue practicing social distancing.
There will be an open forum during the meeting that is limited to ten co-owners with a length of three minutes per person. There will be no response nor discussion during the open forum session of the meeting.
An email will be sent prior to the meeting with the specified location and will be updated on our official website, www.rogersbay.com.
If you have not been added to our email list, please contact the office by phone at 910-328-0568 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org be added.
The Board of Directors may take action at this meeting.
RBPOA BOD Secretary
June 24, 2020
Good afternoon Rogers Bay Co-Owners,
We are pleased to announce there has been forward movement in the new driveway project. Earlier today, the North Topsail Beach Board of Aldermen held a meeting regarding the Special Use Permit for parking on the five commercial lots adjoining Rogers Bay. Representatives of our Board of Directors were present to represent the interest of the co-owners of Rogers Bay.
The commercial lot 1 and 2 owners have agreed to sign the necessary NCDOT documents and the Town of North Topsail has approved the parking plan. We would encourage you to view the Town’s website for the full meeting video or minutes of this meeting.
This parking permit approval will now allow the commercial lot owners to move forward with their plan to provide additional parking for Rogers Bay. We are excited about the benefits this parking plan will bring to our community, and we look forward to the execution of these agreed upon documents so we may now advance with the installation of our driveway quickly.
Rogers Bay Strong,
Rogers Bay Board of Directors
June 17, 2020
Good day, Rogers Bay,
This correspondence serves as official notification that the Rogers Bay Property Owners Association Board of Directors Meeting that was originally scheduled for June 20, 2020 then suspended due to COVID-19 will be held on June 27, 2020; unfortunately, this meeting will be closed to observers in accordance with state guidelines.
As you all know, North Carolina is still in Phase 2 of Governor Cooper’s Executive Order 141, which states: “Mass Gatherings are prohibited. "Mass Gathering" means an event or convening that brings together more than ten (10) people indoors or more than twenty-five (25) people outdoors at the same time in a single confined indoor or outdoor space, such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, or meeting hall. This includes parades, fairs, and festivals. In publicly accessible indoor facilities, the Mass Gathering limit applies per room of the facility. A household where more than ten (10) people reside is not a Mass Gathering. The outdoor Mass Gathering limit of twenty-five (25) people applies to groups of people that may gather together in a park, and on a beach or trail.”
The health and safety of our community members must come first. While the Board is aware that Phase 2 may be suspended on June 26, 2020, as of today these are the restrictions that we must base our decision on. It is our intent to resume meetings with observers in attendance as soon as restrictions allow. We are continuing to manage the business of Rogers Bay. We understand closing this meeting to observers takes away everyone’s ability to hear information first hand; minutes from this closed meeting will be uploaded to www.rogersbay.com as soon as possible. As always, if anyone has a question, comment, or concern regarding Rogers Bay - please submit in writing a detailed explanation of what you would like addressed by the Board of Directors.
At this time, all other previously scheduled meetings are still suspended pending restriction updates from Governor Cooper. We will update the website and email list as schedule changes arise.
It is our sincere hope that you are all safe and healthy, and we look forward to the day that we can all be together again.
Rogers Bay Strong,
Jasmine Knowles, Secretary
on behalf of Rogers Bay POA Board of Directors
The Gathering at Rogers Bay!
FYI / Reminder:
Any previous re-entry permits are null and void.
Please plan ahead for our upcoming hurricane season by keeping your lots clean and tidy, strapping down any items that may blow away and become hazardous, and by obtaining a 2020 Re-Entry pass from Town of NTB.
REMINDER: Propane cylinders are ALWAYS to be strapped/anchored.
Please follow the link provide below to access the requirements for obtaining your 2020 re-entry pass.
8am RBPOA Picnic Shelter
Saturday, July 18, 2020
Saturday, August 15, 2020
Saturday, September 19, 2020
AMM - Located at Sneads Ferry
After a meeting with North Topsail Beach Fire Department, Rogers Bay was advised that burning is prohibited within Rogers Bay. Charcoal grills are allowed at this time. Fire pits, burn barrels, or fires of any kind other than portable outdoor propane fireplaces/fire pits, are NOT allowed. Please use caution when operating propane fire pits, as they are not to be operated within 15 feet of a structure or combustible material.
Click on the link below to see the NC Fire Prevention Code for more information.
Please be aware that burn permits are not valid within the town limits of North Topsail Beach.
North Topsail Beach post office has reached out to us regarding missing mail and packages. They refuse to attempt to locate individual lots within Rogers Bay. They recommended that any co-owner(s)/renter(s) needing to accept deliveries at Rogers Bay should obtain a PO BOX. We will NOT accept ANY mail or packages for ANY co-owner from ANY carrier. Post office, FedEx, and USPS have all been made aware that there is no designated drop off location at Rogers Bay. If you choose to attempt delivery anyway, Rogers Bay is not responsible for your lost package.
Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.
-RBPOA Board of Directors
Vehicle tags/stickers were mailed out in your 2019 annual packets. Each property owner will receive one (1) hang tag and two (2) stickers for each lot owned. Additional tags can be purchased at the office for $2.00 each.
Please write your lot # and section color on your tag/sticker(s) with a black sharpie marker and place it in the dash area (front) of your vehicle.
Any vehicle without a visible tag/sticker parked in Common Areas on or after October 15, 2019, will be towed at the owner's expense.
Hooked Up Towing will be offering this service. They can be reached at 910-264-7164.
“Don’t Let Yesterday Take Up Too Much Of Today.” – Will Rogers
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