Daily Archives: June 17, 2020

Pools to open June 18 with new rules

The following guidelines apply to the use of the swimming pools at The Villages of Kessler Farms effective immediately in accordance with State recommendations regarding COVID-19:

  • Pools will be open to Kessler Farm RESIDENTS AND FAMILY ONLY.
  • The Tinker Road pool is being designated for seniors (60+) and people with disabilities.
  • The capacity of the pool deck is limited as follows:
    • Glastonbury Pool – 20 people
    • Main Club House Pool – 20 people
    • Tinker Road Pool -14 people
  • Please limit your pool activity to 2-hour blocks to allow more openings for other residents.
  • Children 14 and younger must be accompanied by a parent/guardian to ensure guideline compliance.
  • All pool activities must be conducted in a controlled fashion with the appropriate physical social distancing of 6 feet.
  • Tables and chairs/chaise lounges must be placed with at least 6 feet of distance between each. Chairs and tables must be cleaned and disinfected after each use. Spray bottles with disinfectant and wipes are available at each pool. Please dispose of used wipes in the designated trash can.
  • Members of the same household can sit together closer than 6 feet but they must maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from other people or groups.
  • Anyone found to not follow these guidelines will lose pool privileges.

The above-noted guidelines are for the health and wellbeing of our residents and we appreciate your adherence to these guidelines.

UPDATE: All pool bathrooms are opened.

If you have any questions, please call the property manager at 877-423-5050.

Watering Guidelines for 2020

Summer is nearly upon us and the Board of Directors would like to remind the
residents of The Village at Kessler Farm of the following rules:

  • Watering of the lawns and flower beds will be allowed only during
    following hours: 5:00am -9:00am and 5:00pm -9:00pm.
  • It is strongly recommended, but not a strict requirement, that watering be
    accomplished in the morning period since watering in the evening
    increases the risk of lawn damage from pests and other infestations.
  • Watering for any given area should not be any longer than 45 minutes.

These Watering Rules were adopted as a result of the recommendations
received from Morin’s Landscaping. Although the City of Nashua has not
adopted formal water restrictions, the Board believes that prudent conservation
will not only preserve a valuable resource but will also eliminate wastefully
watering yielding important savings to our community.

If you are watering outside the Rules outlined above, the Board has instructed
management to issue a warning letter to the offending Unit Owner. If the failure
to follow these Watering Rules continues, the Board will have no choice but to
place fines on the Unit beginning at $100.00 for the first violation.

Your cooperation and consideration are appreciated by your neighbors.