Condo II – May 2021
“The world’s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May.”
Memorial Day is officially celebrated on the last Monday in May. Memorial Day is dedicated to servicemen and women who gave their lives for our freedom and our country. The roots of Memorial Day observance goes back to 1865 and the end of the Civil War. Memorial Day also marks the beginning of the gardening and the summer season. Many of us attend parades, have BBQs, and enjoy a three-day weekend, hopefully, we will still be able to do these things safely. But please do not forget that we are able to do these things because of the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to our nation. So, while enjoying your weekend, take a minute to remember those lost in whatever way you feel appropriate. Home of the free because of the brave.
Our community is a wonderful place to enjoy our spring months outside. Please take great care to follow social distancing guidelines and be respectful while walking around the community. Please drive a little slower and observe the speed limits and stop signs. Keeping our residents safe is our number one priority.
As you all know our fence project is underway. Some buildings have been completed already and they are working on the rest. We will all have new fences soon.
The new 2021 insurance bill has come in and unfortunately has increased significantly from 2020. The condo board will update you with information when it becomes available.
If you wish to have access to the basement, it is open without an appointment on the second Saturday and the fourth Sunday between 11:00 am and 11:15 am. If you require access to the basement at another time, please submit a work order and someone will contact you.
The clubhouse is not functioning at 100% capacity and we still must follow social distancing rules. Due to these rules being in place, the condo board will not hold any open meetings. We will resume open meetings when it is safe to do so. If you have any issues that you need addressed by the board, please submit a work order or a letter, and someone will get back to you.
In regards to fire alarms, if the fire alarm goes off, and there is a fire in your unit, leave your unit immediately and call 911. Please try to ensure the safety of your neighbors by calling, or if the situation is safe, walk outside to each neighbor informing them of the fire. If the alarm was set off by accident, call or walk outside to each neighbor informing them that it is a false alarm. Please do your best to make sure that everyone is safe. The fire alarm company will contact the Board of Managers. (Once again please follow social distancing guidelines)
Condo II Board of Managers