Condominium I – Board of Managers

Condo I – April 2018

The Board of Managers wishes all the residents of Condo I a Happy Easter and Passover!

As I am writing this article we have just been slammed by yet, another snowstorm! Hopefully, this will be the last storm for the season and we will have sunny days ahead of us!

Friendly Reminders from Condo I

Condo I Board Elections In June we will be holding our annual elections. We have several positions available and welcome anyone who is interested in running for a position to submit a resume or a letter of interest to the Condo I Board of Managers by May 25th. In addition to board positions, we also welcome the residents of Condo I to volunteer on one of the various committees. The elections will be held at our Open Meeting on Wednesday, June 27th.

Personal Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors These type of detectors that you may have purchased for your condo are operated by batteries and will usually beep when the battery is low, indicating that the battery needs to be replaced, unlike the standard alarms in your condo that are maintained by EAS – Electronic Alarm Systems, these alarms do not require batteries. So if you hear a beeping and think it is your smoke or carbon monoxide detector battery, you are right and it is your responsibility to replace it.

Garbage Please put garbage in the dumpster and not on top of or beside. It invites unwanted wildlife to “snack” upon your leftovers, leaving a mess.

Condo I Beautification We welcome and appreciate everyone’s efforts and contributions to beautifying the Condo I Community. In doing so, please adhere to the following guidelines with regards to landscaping, as outlined in the Architectural Matrix: 1) Planting or any alteration in the common areas must be approved by the Condo I Board; 2) Pachysandra, ivy or similar ground covering plants are not allowed; and 3) All work must be pre-approved by the Condo I Board.

Easter falls on April 1st this year. Tell your kids that the Easter Bunny hid the eggs outside and then when they can’t find them, tell them April Fools!