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Note From Municipality
Submitted By Website Administrator on Tuesday, September 15, 2020
1.       Having both pads open presents more time constraints and arrival 15 minutes prior to opening will be more manageable.  

2.       The number of people in the facility.  This is a big change and will getting used to but the lobby is not a place to congregate and visit, this season.  Parents aren’t able to bring additional family members into the facility no matter what their reasons are.  The limited numbers are dictated by the province and enforced by the Health Unit and we have to follow those guidelines.




3.       Entry times for participants.  These are non-negotiable.  Your participants, coaches, volunteers can only come during the specified times for your rental.  Exceptions will not be made to accommodate individual schedules.  We already have our staff doing way more cleaning and sanitizing than ever before and they do not have time to unlock and lock doors for people.  Groups that think letting people in the side door is an acceptable practice are mistaken.  It is imperative that everyone comes through the front lobby and complete the screening process. 

4.       Screening at the table.  Each group must provide someone at the screening table to make sure the screening is completed.  Once you have all of your participants in then you can let staff know that they can lock the doors to complete their cleaning procedures.  Having our groups do this is part of us working to keep the cost of ice down.  If we need to employ more staff to manage all components involved, it will drive the cost of ice up for the user groups.
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