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Welcome to Breakwater Cove Condominium Association
 
News and Updates:
 
ANY PERSON ENTERING THE PREMISES WAIVES ALL CIVIL LIABILITY AGAINST THE PLANNED REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT FOR DAMAGES ARISING FROM, OR RELATED TO, AN EXPOSURE TO, OR TRANSMISSION OF, COVID-19 ON THE PREMISES, EXCEPT FOR ACTS OR OMISSIONS CONSTITUTING A CRIME, ACTUAL FRAUD, ACTUAL MALICE, GROSS NEGLIGENCE, RECKLESSNESS, OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT.
 
June 19th Special Meeting Update:
Gary Amos and Ernie Racz will be on the final ballot.  The final round of ballots will be sent to the owners, and the ballots will be tallied on July 17th. 
 
May 15th Meeting Updates:
The ballot count was tied, therefore a new round of ballots have been sent to the owners. 
A special meeting has been called for June 19th to count the new ballots received.
The Board approved a special assessment to cover the shortfall in the snow removal budget line item.  
The Board approved the replacement of the meter stack identified at Building 4.
The Board approved a proposal from National Contractors for siding repairs at Buildings 3 and 4.
The Board approved a proposal from National Contractors to repair the false balconies at Buildings 1-3-4.
The Board approved the renewal of the insurance policies.
 
 
January 18th Meeting Updates:
The Board approved the proposal from AccuFlo to paint the pool.
The Board approved the proposal from AccuFlo for pool management for the 2024 season.
The Board approved the proposal from FWH to update the capital reserve study.
 
November 15th Meeting Updates:
The 2024 budget was passed as presented to the owners.
The 2024 meeting dates were set.  Meeting dates are posted on the Meeting Schedule page.
 
 
September 5th Meeting Updates:
The Board voted to renew the snow removal proposal with CK Landscape
The Board voted to renew the trimming proposals with Green Touch for the 2024 season.
 
July 26th Meeting Updates:
The Board voted to limit the size of boats for mooring to no more than 18 feet.
The Board voted that as of 2024, the tennis court will open for the season on April 1st and will close on October 31st.
 
 
 
The tennis court will close for the season on October 31st.   The tennis court is for tennis and pickle ball play only.  Players must wear tennis shoes and court time is limited for one hour for singles and two hours for doubles.  In 2024, pickle ball and tennis hours will be 9AM - Dusk.  The Board may add additional rules or amend rules for pickle ball as needed during the season.
 
 
 
As a reminder, all residents should have a resident BWC parking decal on their car. All visitors to the community must have a visitor parking tag displayed.  The 2024 visitor tags are YELLOW.  Green visitor tags are no longer valid.   If a visitor is parked in the community with a visitor tag that is not YELLOW, the vehicle is subject to being towed.  If you need visitor parking tags, please contact Management.
 
To reiterate, any vehicle without a resident BWC parking decal or a YELLOW visitor tag are subject to being towed.
 
 
On behalf of the Board, we would like to remind you of the following:
 
Obstruction of the walkways or sidewalks is prohibited. 
 
All units must have an exterior storm door on front and one-bedroom units must have one on the back entrance.   All storm doors must be white.
 
Paint cans may not be placed in ANY dumpster enclosure.  You must dispose of your paint cans.
 
Tiki torches, fire pits or anything with an open flame is prohibited on common elements or limited common elements.
 
Residents are prohibited from trimming Association-owned trees and/or shrubs.
 
Use or storage of propane or charcoal barbecues/tanks on second floor balconies, terraces or landings is prohibited by state law.  Only electric grills are permitted.
 
Prohibited items on front porches/decks/landings include bicycles, grills, large tables, surfboards, kayaks, canoes, boats and hammocks. Nothing may impede ingress or egress to the unit. 
 
A combined maximum of two surfboards, kayaks, canoes or bicycles is permitted on rear patios only if they do not extend beyond the patio.  Any other type of watercraft or boats of any kind may not be stored on rear patio
 
The area under owner-built balconies is a common element, not a limited common element. Nothing should be stored beneath the balconies
 
All personal property must be removed from common areas after use.
 
No exterior modifications are permitted without written Board concurrence.  Dumpsters are not permitted on Association property without prior written Board concurrence.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 
There will be a change in format for our meetings, beginning with the May 2017 meeting.  There will be only one open session, which will be held at the end of each meeting.  Each owner will be recognized one time only.