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2017 BRRA Voting Members

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Pelicans suites: Barefoot deals!

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Greenway construction completion soon

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Water Tower Fence Survey results are in

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Cabana survey out in June

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COMMUNITIES HOMES/UNITS VOTING MEMBERS ALTERNATES         Arbor Trace 108 Jerry Saxon   Bridle Ridge 79 Rocky Rockwell   Brookstone 83 Rocky Cutuli Terry Ashby Cedar Creek 84 George Griffiths Dave Jenkins Clearwater Bay 189 Pat Heerey Bob Brown Coquina Pointe 96 Scott...

2017 JUNE by Tom Reeder   It’s time to plan a family or neighborhood outing to enjoy Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball!  Once again, Barefoot has worked out a fantastic deal for residents to enjoy the games in an air conditioned luxury suite at Ticketreturn.com Ballpark.  The suite rental rate for 2017 is $333.00 and includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes for each game. Popcorn, Lemonade and Iced Tea are provided in the suite.  A catering menu is...

2017 JUNE by Patrick Dowling, NMB Public Information Manager   The East Coast Greenway bicycle path between Par Avenue and Links Drive on Water Tower Road is nearing completion. The path follows the spine circle in Barefoot. This greenway near Barefoot will evenutally connect to an Horry County Trail section in Carolina Forest to the South and to Little River and beyond to the North. This is part of a regional trail. See map (right) of the South Carolina section. The North...

2017 JUNE by Kowena Suckstorf, Strategic Planning and Development Committee   While 68% of the BRRA homeowners liked the idea of a barrier of some sort along Watertower Road a majority of the homeowners (63%) did not want any increase to their HOA fees to pay to build it or the ongoing maintenance. More importantly, building a community-owned barrier along Water Tower Road would have required 100% of the homeowners who back up to the road to grant access to...

2017 JUNE by Kowena Suckstorf, Strategic Planning & Development Committee   As the Barefoot community has grown so has usage of the Cabana. Normal wear and tear has become more obvious thus requiring maintenance and some improvements. The BRRA community was surveyed to help guide the Board and the Cabana Committee in creating a strategic development and maintenance plan. The survey is your opportunity to voice your opinion and provide input on if and how changes are to be...