January 1, 2022
The Barefoot Resort Residential Association has made the following decisions regarding 2022 BRRA Committees. Below is listed each Committee, a brief description of its role, and its Board Member Liaison.
Reviews all applications for new construction and modifications to the exterior and/or landscaping of a home/unit. This committee exists to preserve the beauty and harmony of our community and ensure changes made to architecture and landscaping are consistent with our codes, covenants, and restrictions, while allowing homeowners to personalize their Barefoot homes.
Responsible for the maintenance and use of the Beach Cabana facility and parking lots. The committee manages an annual budget, sets operating schedules, and establishes rules of use.
This committee is the overseeing organization for the Barefoot Resort Residential Association (BRRA) owners and Barefoot Non-Residential Association members (NRA), which includes the North Tower Association, Yacht Club Villas Association, Marina, the Retreat, Barefoot Village, etc. The Joint Committee is responsible for landscape overlay, irrigation, and street lights on all spine roads and entrances, as well as all needs for the North Tower pool.
This committee represents both single and multi-family residents to recommend Board approved events for all residents of Barefoot. The Lifestyle Committee was created to foster more interaction and communication between single and multi-family residences. The committee will attract voluteers and participants to promote and benefit the entire community and improve the quality of life in Barefoot.
Responsible for organizing and supervising Community Watch neighborhood block captains and owners and partnering with North Myrtle Beach police.
This sub-committee of the Neighborhood Watch Committee has been charged with studying the traffic problems (e.g., speeding, failure to obey passing laws) within Barefoot Resort and working with the City of North Myrtle Beach to identify feasible solutions.
Responsible for communicating with City Officials concerning issues that pertain to the Barefoot community and with the Board concerning matters that need to be communicated to the owners.
Responsible for the physical assets of the Residents’ Club and advising the BRRA Board on operational needs and ongoing maintenance of the facilities.
Researches and makes Barefoot strategic initiative recommendations to the BRRA Board which then determines how best to use the 1% Fund for the benefit of the entire Barefoot community, within the guidelines of Barefoot covenants, conditions, and restrictions (Third Amendment).
Responsible for the planning and implementation of the Barefoot Residential website as the BRRA information source, ensuring a more user-friendly, informative, and interactive resource for Barefoot residents. The committee monitors the continued relevance and operations of the website and provides direction and supervision to the contract hired web manager.
Jerry Saxon, President
Michael Atwood, Vice President
Neal Witkin, Secretary
Steve Peregoy, Treasurer
Anne Castro, Director at Large
John McInerney, Director at Large
Ken Skelly, Director at Large