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We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate through these unchartered territories together. We are eager to be able to return to business as usual, and hope that you are all doing well. We are doing our best to be accommodating as well as adhere to the CDC recommendations. For the most up to date information, please visit: http://www.nmb.us/, https://governor.sc.gov/executive-branch/executive-orders
WINDY VILLAGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
C/O RESORTS ASSOCIATION, INC.
P.O. BOX 1708
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC 29598
Dear Windy Village Homeowner,
The Board of Directors wishes to update you on matters which are affecting you and your property at this time. Please be advised of the following:
The N. Myrtle Beach Building Inspector has given WV permission to install a safety fence on the inside of the walkways and has allowed WV to open for occupancy when the transit rental ban is lifted and will also allow you to occupy your condo currently if you are the owner.
The safety fencing height is 48”, and was installed from the deck flooring to approximately 6” above the handrails. TVEK caution tape was installed on the top of the temporary safety fencing to prevent climbing. Thick draw straps were used to attach the fencing from the floor to ceiling columns and small draw straps were used to keep netting tight against existing rails to avoid a trip hazard
This temporary repair will allow the property to open for occupancy and to postpone the start of the building repair project until a date later in the year then the financing process is completed. We anticipate that the building repairs will begin sometime in August or September, (a date which is not guaranteed), depending upon the timing of the completion of the financing process.
The process to acquire financing to repair WV’s buildings has been delayed due to the Federal government’s PPA and small business subsidy programs. Most banks’ lending practices are currently focused on the management of these Federal programs. We expect that after this wave of Federal economic assistance is completed, WV will again be able to pursue its financing requirements. During that time, and subject to the limitations imposed by the WV’s respective governmental jurisdictions, the owners of WV will be allowed to operate their properties rental activities.
The City of North Myrtle Beach’s Emergency Ordinance restricting short term rentals has expired.
SCDHEC (who regulates the pool and pool decks) has stated in an email that the pools and pool decks in SC will not be reopened until the Governor's
Emergency order is lifted and there is no final date selected at this time.
Owners and guests will be using the beach shower at their own risk.
Please use the RAM website www.ramresorts.com to provide you with the most current information about the regulations and guidelines of the reopening process.
You Board of Directors