28 June 2022

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Pickleball site study recommended; delivery options for News discussed

Pickleball site study recommended; delivery options for News discussed


GRF Planning Committee Pickleball site study recommended; delivery options for News discussed The GRF Planning Committee voted on June 23 to recommend pursuing study of an area just southwest of the Event Center as a prospective home for a new pickleball facility, opting for it over sites at the Buckeye Tennis Complex and the existing pickleball courts at Creekside. Included in this will

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Patch job staves off costly repair

Patch job staves off costly repair


Patch job staves off costly repair Leak stopped on north end of Golf Pond At the beginning of the year, there was an ominous display on the north end of the golf course pond, near the weir and spillway. “The water would literally bubble up from the ground,” Rossmoor golf course crews in March patched a leak in the golf pond floor near the concrete spillway that is delaying the need

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Term limits lead to committee changes

Term limits lead to committee changes


Term limits lead to committee changes Three longtime resident advisory committee members, including two current chairs, will be stepping aside in the first wave of vacancies generated by a new GRF policy limiting how long volunteers can serve on such committees. Those chairs whose current committee terms expire at the end of June are Bill Dorband of the Finance Committee and John McDonnell

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Master plan returns to Board, safety project recommended

Master plan returns to Board, safety project recommended


GRF NEWS Master plan returns to Board, safety project recommended adequate parking, close proximity to restrooms, proximity of the Dollar Park open space and the Event Center patio for social gatherings, and that the site doesn’t interfere with existing outdoor activities. Disadvantages with the Event Center pickleball courts site: Residences within 250 feet on the west side that could
 

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Resident support could help push reverse mortgages to become reality for co-ops

Resident support could help push reverse mortgages to become reality for co-ops


Resident support could help push reverse mortgages to become reality for co-ops An effort to make reverse mortgages available for cooperative owners in Rossmoor has a chance at success, and supporters are calling residents to action. The U.S. Senate Review Committee is working on a 2023 Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) report that could require HUD to finally write guidelines
21 June 2022

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Second phase of Gateway studio renovations is imminent

Second phase of Gateway studio renovations is imminent


Second phase of Gateway studio renovations is imminent Al Kaufman doesn’t know yet exactly when it will happen, but he will appreciate the planned improvements to the Woodshop in the Gateway art studio complex. It will include an expanded tool room, updated electrical and dust collection systems, a relocated entry and room for more machines, thanks to a revised layout. “We’ll be able

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New bocce courts are a big hit

New bocce courts are a big hit


New bocce courts are a big hit To steal from an old saying, it’s a whole new bocce ballgame in Rossmoor. That is thanks to the newly resurfaced bocce courts at Sportsmen’s Park. Work on the bocce courts began in early May, and the courts reopened shortly before Memorial Day weekend, Director of Residential Services Jeff Matheson said. The new artificial turf surface was developed specifically

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A thoughtful plan for her children

A thoughtful plan for her children


A thoughtful plan for her children Resident develops detailed, Rossmoor-specific instructions It can be a difficult topic for seniors to discuss with their adult children: what they should do with a home when their parent is gone. This goes deeper than dealing with home sales and inheritances, which are often outlined in wills and trusts, carried out by professionals or at least well understood

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Celebration returns to  Dollar with food trucks, entertainment and more

Celebration returns to Dollar with food trucks, entertainment and more


Celebration returns to Dollar with food trucks, entertainment and more For the first time since 2019, residents and their families can come together again for the annual Fourth of July celebration at Dollar’s picnic grounds. The event will be held Monday, July 4, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Interrupted for two years because of the pandemic, the day’s events and activities – sponsored