At the executive meeting last night – conducted virtually – the board discussed the conditions that would have to exist before we could safely open even on a limited basis and continue to protect our members and staff. The board took into account the gradual lessening of restrictions in the community as well as the understandable desires of our members.
A plan is being worked on to allow for controlled admission to range 7 and 10, access to the office and any required deep cleaning of the facilities. It is anticipated that members will be required to wear masks and that half the positions will be closed to help maintain safe distancing. Also being considered are barriers between positions and monitoring of members’ health at the door.
In the mean time, construction is expected to continue for at least the next two weeks on Range 10, 3 and 1 which will result in disruption to the parking lot. In the past two weeks the club has received in excess of 300 loads of material with more needed to build up the berms on R3 and 1 and to complete the foundation on R10. Because of the continued heavy traffic and work the board decided to not open in a limited way so as to not impede construction. Photos of the improvements are included here.
If any of you are a professional landscaper with access to your own equipment please get in touch with us as we are in need of planting on short notice to stabilize our berm construction. We will give preference to members’ businesses. The berm below is in excess of 10m in height. To respond, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The board voted to allow the archery committee to plan a limited reopening of the archery trails. When the plan has been approved, an announcement will be made.
As conditions change the club will consider next steps. We thank members for their patience.