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As of Friday, June 5th Gov. Ron DeSantis Executive Order 20-129 states Phase 2 of the “Smart. Safe. Step by Step" plan to re-open the state.
In concert with the efforts of President Donald J. Trump, and based on guidance provided by the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Florida Department of Health, the Governor of Florida has adopted the following in response to the recommendations in Phase 2 of the plan published by the Task Force to Re-Open Florida: (put attached PhaseTwo Openings)
The City of Sarasota has extended its declaration of a local citywide public health emergency through June 12 following a weekly review, as required by the City Charter, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City’s Parks and Recreation District also announced several reopenings:
- Doubles tennis play will be allowed at Payne Park Tennis Center and other outdoor tennis courts in the City starting Monday, June 8
- All playgrounds and basketball courts at City parks will reopen Tuesday, June 9
- Indoor pickleball courts at the Robert L. Taylor Community Complex will reopen June 19 and will be available to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Effective June 1, 2020: Our Offices are now open to the public on an “as needed” basis. We highly encourage clients to schedule their visit, if an in-person meeting is necessary. *Limited to our lobbies and conference rooms.
Our team has an will remain working on behalf of your Association and will continue normal support and operation services.
We will continue our professional routine cleaning and disinfection of our business offices in accordance with CDC guidelines. However, public health is everyone’s responsibility. We encourage everyone to practice hand and face hygiene. We have placed hand sanitizer at the front of all of our offices to encourage employees and clients to use and wash hands frequently.
We encourage boards to continue with meetings by GoToMeeting phone conference call, until further notice. Our plan is to return to normal in-person meetings as soon as it is recommended by appropriate local authorities.
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