How do I Advertise an Item I want to Sell or Find on the Website?

We have had many people ask how they can advertise to sell or look for a specific item/s on the website.  Here is the answer:

Send all of the information for your For Sale/Wanted item/s (including pictures, if you would like of your item to sell) to newsletter@seatrailma.com  Your item will be posted for 30 days on the website and then it will automatically be deleted.  If you have not sold your item or found what it is you are looking, within the 30 days you may opt to re-post it.

The For Sale/Wanted section of the website is only LIVE when there are items being offered for sale or someone is looking for a specific item.

A great resource to find many answers to your questions is our FAQ page https://seatrailma.com/faqs/.  Check it out the next time you have a question.

 

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE – 10/03/2022

Dear Sea Trail Property Owners,

Well, Hurricane Ian has come and gone.  It was a crazy weekend but thankfully Sea Trail and Sunset Beach realized minimal damage.  Today, Phoenix Landscaping has begun the clean-up of our amenity buildings and parking lots, common areas and the main streets thru Sea Trail.  All homeowners should put debris in the right of way by the street in front of your house.  The Town of SB sent out an email stating that the bag and bundle requirements for debris has been lifted.  Please move your storm debris to the right of way and they will start removal on Monday.  If you can cut up your tree limbs, please do so, otherwise the Town will cut them.

Thank you to our Extreme Weather Volunteers!  A BIG Thank you to our Pool and Tennis Committee members!   Charlie Winter, Peter Brockway, Ray Coakley and Gary Zimmerman put all of the furniture away at both PP and MAC pre-storm and then cleaned up the pool areas and set up furniture at MAC pool post-storm.  Victor Agostoni and the Pickleball ladies, Cheryl Demmel, Sue Kruckow, Lenore Drews and Helen Sutton cleaned up the tennis courts post-storm.  The Access Team of Neil Weiss and Don Bergamasco de-activated and re-activated the lockdown; manually locked down the library, chapel, and secured the tennis gate;  re-scheduled all events; and removed the Beach Parking Lot arm pre-storm and re-installed post-storm.  Our Facility Co-Chair Assistant, Craig Brown, did the pre-and post-storm preparations for the PP, MAC, Creekside and Chapel.  Without our homeowner volunteers, we could not have prepared as quickly as we did for Ian!  Thank you to all of our Volunteers!

Town Email Updates:   Did you receive all the email updates from Lisa Anglin, Town Administrator during the storm?  Did you receive weather alerts on your phone or email?  If not, click HERE to go to the STMA website to sign up information for each of these alerts.

STMA Board Meeting:  The last Board Meeting was held on Wednesday, September 21st.  The new street signs were shown and the quote to replace all street signage was approved by the Board of Directors.  The first phase of replacement of street signs will begin prior to yearend!  The STMA Board has also decided to move forward on the Pink Palace Pool update project and the Clubhouse Road Guardrail project.  Please click HERE for the video of the Board Meeting.

MAC Elevator:   The MAC Elevator passed inspection last week and is now operational.  The MAC elevator will only be available for use during reserved times for usage of the MAC.  Once the access card is swiped for a group function, the elevator will be available for use by the members of that group.  The elevator door will only open when a member of the private group swipes their access card.  No one else will be able to access the elevator during a private reservation.

Hope you all enjoy this beautiful month of October here at Sea Trail and Sunset Beach!

Best Regards,
Roz Dahlen, STMA President

STAND UP TO CANCER GOLF TOURNAMENT

 

DATE:  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2022 8:30 AM SHOT GUN

WHERE:  BYRD COURSE

WHO:  ALL STMGA, STLGA AND STLN MEMBERS

GAME:  PYOT TEXAS SCRAMBLE – 2 LOW NETS  – (3 DRIVES/PLAYER) PLAY IT FORWARD ON TWO HOLES – 3 Divisions: Men, Women and Mixed

ENTRANCE FEE:   $20 CASH/ PLAYER (INCLUDES DONATION AND 3 MULLIGANS)

SIGN UP SHEETS POSTED ON STMGA AND STLGA BULLETIN BOARDS

ADDITIONAL DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.  PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO STAND UP TO CANCER.

FOOD AND BEVERAGES MAY BE PURCHASED IN MAGNOLIAS AFTER THE TOURNAMENT.

Town of Sunset Beach – Hurricane Ian – Walkways Closed & Cleanup

The bag and bundle requirements for debris has been lifted. Please move your storm debris to the right of way and we will start removal on Monday.  If you are able to cut up your tree limb, do so otherwise the Town will cut them.

The walkways that are closed include 1st Street, 3rd Street, 8th Street, 9th Street, 13th Street, 1414/1502 and the steps on the 40th Street walkway. The 40th Street ramp is open.

Stay Up to Date with Weather Emergency Information

As many of you are aware we have a number of avenues that Emergency Weather is communicated with us.  The Town of Sunset Beach emails, CAMS emails and CODE RED Notifications.  If you are not aware of these very timely announcements please click on the following links to find the details for each.  These can be very helpful for you to stay current with any severe weather event before and after as well.

CAMS:  Extreme Weather Information

CODE RED Notifications:   Sign-up to receive Emergency Alerts on your smart phone – Click HERE to sign-up.

Town of Sunset Beach:  Click Town of Sunset Beach website  On the left column of the Home page, drop down to the last aqua box entitled Email Sign Up.  Complete the information requested and SUBMIT.

All of this information plus much more is also found on our Hurricane Preparedness Page