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Governor Inslee Announces Statewide COVID-19 Exposure Notification Tool

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  Announced today, this smartphone tool is an important step in combating the pandemic.  I have already activated it on my iPhone, and wanted to share this information with the Creekside community ASAP.  WA Notify uses privacy-preserving technology and works without collecting or revealing any location or personal data.  Also, activating the tool on your smartphone is completely voluntary.  If you activate the tool, don't forget to activate Bluetooth as well, if not already switched on. Reprinted from  https://medium.com/wagovernor/inslee-announces-statewide-covid-19-exposure-notification-tool-34b5740aa02 This video explains how it works: Gov. Jay Inslee, along with the Washington State Department of Health (DOH), today announced the launch of WA Notify, a simple, anonymous exposure notification tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19. By adding WA Notify to their smartphones, Washington residents will be alerted if they spent time near another WA Notify user who later tests posit

Directors' Meeting Minutes - October, 2020

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DATE: Thursday, October 22, 2020  PLACE:  Online via Zoom BOARD MEMBERS: Kathy Anderson, President                                       Marilyn Herst, Vice President               Peggy Noethlich, Secretary               Norm Culbert, Treasurer (joined late)               Lee Worthy. Member-at-Large MINUTES:  Alice Dickey Residents were notified of the Board meeting and invited to join on Zoom. Marilyn Hearst stated she had to leave at 11:00, gives her proxy to Peggy Noethlich if any votes after that time. CALL TO ORDER: President Anderson called the meeting to order at 8:40. QUORUM: Alice Dickey confirmed there were 4 Board members present.   PRIOR MEETING MINUTES: Peggy Noethlich made a motion to approve September Minutes with the following correction: Landscape Committee Report, last sentence – change “walk” to “work”.  Marilyn Herst seconded, all in favor, motion passed. CORRESPONDENCE:  Alice Dickey said all correspondence that has come in has been forwarded to committee

Creekside Village Newsletter - October, 2020

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  Subscribe Now to receive news from our new website www.creeksidenow.org , where you can also obtain copies of our governing documents , meeting minutes, and request forms .  We encourage you to subscribe…it is free!  There is a lovely article about our new neighbors Beth and David and their travels.  Meet the Friends of the Berm!  Present and older newsletters, FAQs, and much more are there.  Look at the picture album!  Finally, the weather information includes not only that but also wind alerts and live regional weather radar!  Special thanks to Dave Wenning for all his work on this site! The Mission of the Creekside Village Homeowners Association is to protect the property value of the community as a whole and give continuity to the community by:  1.      Preserving common assets and infrastructure through sound fiscal management, prioritizing timely maintenance, repair, and replacement of assets, and ensuring that residents’ activities support and do not compromise this missi