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2020 POOL SEASON UPDATE 5 Jul 2020

·       The Baby Pool WILL REMAIN CLOSED

·       There will be no pool furniture provided, you can Bring Your Own Chair

·       NO Pool toys allowed (floats, tubes, balls etc.)

·       Pool Hours will be 10:00AM to 8:30 PM Daily for scheduled appointments ONLY 

·       Residents ONLY……NO Guests

·       No Pool Cards this year.  You will have to show your ID as proof of residence at gate

·       Residents Required to print Waiver available via the sidebar menu, read, understand & bring with you to the pool and sign with a witness and provide ID.

·       Residents Required to sign up at least 24 hours in advance for scheduled time slot, link will be provided soon. 

·       Facial Covering required in accordance with CDC & local government guidelines and are not to be worn in the water

·       6 Foot Social Distancing Required

·       No Pool Parties

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Click here for addendum to pool rules for 2020

The amendments to the covenants restricting the number of rentals allowed in our community have been approved and implemented. The amendment is available via the sidebar menu.

 The Hamptons of Duluth Board of Directors. 

As a homeowner in The Hamptons of Duluth, you will quickly notice the friendly atmosphere of this community. We are so fortunate to have such a wonderful place to live that is so close to all the amenities you could possibly want.
The Board of Directors is here to help you with any questions you may have, so don’t hesitate to call or send us an email.

When I moved to The Hamptons of Duluth, I had plans to retire here and I hope your living experience here will also be a long and pleasant one. We invite you to become a member of our community and enjoy all that the neighborhood has to offer. The online newsletter will contain valuable information as well as upcoming events.

Whether you enjoy hanging around in the yard, or taking a stroll through the quiet streets of the community, don’t be afraid to wave at your neighbor and say, “hello”. I haven’t had one bite me yet. Welcome to The Hamptons of Duluth!

24 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Jim Simonini

    Why are there numerous other community pools open in the area and ours is not? Approved by who?

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    1. chmdavis Post author

      I have no knowledge with respect to other pools. Approval is by the board. You are welcome to attend our next board meeting at 1900 on 13 Jul. It might be virtual — it is normally in the clubhouse.

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      1. john

        many HOA have opened up their amenities with the understanding by the homeowners that they themselves assumes the risk. i am not sure if the decision to keep things closed will be “cheaper” than opening them up. the cost of not opening up the amenities may very well exceed the cost of keeping them closed. btw, who is the HOA consulting with?

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  2. Tara Mitchell

    It is extremely frustrating that this has not been handled in a more timely and efficient manner, and with very little communication regarding where we are in the process. Please reach out to our neighbors in Cardinal Lake. They managed to seek legal counsel and get things going and opened on Memorial Day weekend.

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    1. chmdavis Post author

      A virtual board meeting will be held 16 Jun to discuss the issue. I am forwarding an email that will allow you to join should you so desire.

      Charles Davis

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  3. Deann Goelz

    The board should consider refunding partial HOA fees in light of the ongoing pool closure, given full pool expenses are not being incurred. We are aware of other Gwinnett County Community pool openings. Thank you – Deann Goelz

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    1. chmdavis Post author

      A virtual board meeting will be held 16 Jun to discuss the issue. I am forwarding an email that will allow you to join should you so desire.

      Charles Davis

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  4. Glynis Riescher

    It is my understanding that Governor Kemp’s executive order is being is loosening restrictions as of tomorrow. I hope the board will take this into consideration when they discuss the pool reopening tomorrow night.

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    1. chmdavis Post author

      A virtual board meeting will be held 16 Jun to discuss the issue. I am forwarding an email that will allow you to join should you so desire.

      Charles Davis

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  5. Glynis Riescher

    It is not my desire to clog up the Zoom meeting when I don’t have a vote. I have made my concerns known to Lee, Milton and Candy and they are the same as many others in the neighborhood.

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  6. Yakov Dubin

    I heard that pool will be open end of month, but without any pool furniture. This is just ridiculous! Many, many pools public and in neighborhoods in Gwinnett county alreadynopen, with specific rules but nobody removing furniture. I took part of the last meeting and almost everyone on HOA did not want to open pool any other amenities. In other neighborhood people reserve the spot, sign waver and life guard spray furniture after you leave. Very simple. Why we can’t have it. Who wants to go to pool with his own chair???

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  7. Kay Hillyard

    Please open the children’s playground. All city and county parks playgrounds are open. Why are we not unlocking that area? The kids need an outlet and some happiness in this time we are going thru. Thanks

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    1. chmdavis Post author

      Your comment has been forwarded to the board. You are welcome to attend any monthly meeting. They are announced on the sign.

      Charles Davis

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