Condo VI- December 2017
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart. Wishing you happiness! -Helen Keller-
We hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and family.
Welcome to new residents at 702 Hilltop, Michelle and Eddie Setniker.
December Birthday wishes go out to: Ruby Ullrich, Irene Hourigan, Tony Mirando, Barbara Giulle, and Marty Chandler.
Happy Anniversary Louise and Ernie Camerlingo and Sandy and Marvin Alpern,
Here are a few cold weather reminders;
Please remember to shut off the outside water supply to hose bibs.
Use caution going out after a snowfall. Be on the lookout for black ice, and carry a flashlight.
Take some sand from the cans near the dumpster to keep near your front door.
If snow is in the forecast, pick up your doormat, and tie your gate open to make it easier to shovel to your door.
It is always a good idea to have a flashlight and battery-operated radio in case of power outages. (Maybe some wine too!)
Snow parking reminders
Once the HOA plows the roadway, move your car out of the parking plazas.
When the parking plazas are plowed, move your car off the roadway back into the parking plaza. No parking along the island in parking plaza 47 if snow is in the forecast, to facilitate the snow plows getting through. There is no parking on Hilltop Court if snow is in the forecast. There is no parking on the south side of Birchwood Road from December 1st to April 30th. Cars will be subject to towing at the owner’s expense. The fees for towing have recently gone up to $170.00 and a $35.00 per day storage fee. Remember that commercial vehicles are never permitted to park overnight.
Just a reminder: Residents should not call Board members at home, or knock on their doors. Our Board members are volunteers, who give their time to our Condo, and should only be contacted through a work order, or by leaving a message at the Clubhouse. Thank you for your cooperation.
A reminder to the residents of the Upper Lamonts: Please remove any snow that accumulates on your balconies quickly. It is essential that the snow be removed in order to help prevent possible damage to the lower units. Melting snow and ice can back up and leak into the foyers of the lower units. If you do not clean the snow off quickly, and there is leaking in the home below, you can be legally responsible for the damages. If you are unable to clean it yourself, you can find a list of people who will shovel at the front desk in the Clubhouse. Keep some ice melt near your balcony door for easy access.
Regency model residents: If the temperature falls to subfreezing, please open your bathroom faucets to a trickle to help prevent the water pipes from freezing and/or bursting. This is because these pipes are located on an outside wall.
Dog walking- Please do not walk your dog on the grass or public areas. Walk only in the street, and pick up after your pet.
HOA Holiday events- December 10th- Stop in and Visit Santa 2-4 pm, December 31st- New Year’s Eve party 8 pm-
Don’t forget to patronize our restaurant the food is great and you will get to see all of your neighbors there. Call 631-698-5215.
December Dates- Pearl Harbor Day December 7th, Hanukkah begins on December 12th. The first day of winter (the shortest day) is December 21st. The days start to get lighter after this day.
Our next Condo 6 meeting will be held Thursday, December 14th, at 7:00 pm in the library. All Condo 6 residents are welcome to attend. There will be no general meetings in January and February.
We would like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and
Happy Hanukkah Season.