Message from Administrator

I write this article after taking a trip down to Texas and coming back to the cold weather isn’t as enjoyable as I thought. By the time you read this article, the holiday season will be coming to a close and I hope that all of you had an enjoyable season. I was fortunate enough to spend some quality time with my sister and two nieces this season and very grateful for that time with them. I always tend to reflect this time of the year on what should be important in life. I hope all of you try and do the same on occasion as tomorrow is promised to nobody.
Now let’s talk about the condo and the winter months in Bretton Woods. As I write this article, the community has only had to plow once which is great news. However, I don’t believe that will be the case as the winter progresses. As stated almost every month this time of the year by myself or the HOA President, please be patient during the snow removal process. As a reminder, the roads are plowed first and then the individual parking plazas. Do not park on the roads until you received notice that they have been cleared. Once the roads are clear, please remove your cars from the plazas and park them on the street. If you are disabled or go away for the winter, please leave your key with someone so they can move the car for you.
I would like to take this time to remind everyone that the condo boards are all comprised of volunteers. So, please keep that in mind when you have issues that arise in your respective condo. The boards work very hard to get things done in a timely manner. The HOA office can only advise you of whether or not a work order was submitted. In regards to when or if the condo will approve that work to be done is not privy to the office or maintenance staff. Neither department determines who is responsible to pay as that is the discretion of the respective condo in which you reside. So, please keep that in mind when you call in regards to the status of a work order or a bill. I understand that people may get frustrated on occasion if they haven’t heard back from someone. However, under no circumstances will abuse of an employee be tolerated at any time. If you yell and or curse at an employee, be assured that your recreational privileges will be revoked promptly and swiftly.
I would like to thank everyone in the community for their hard work and support. Whether it is a volunteer or employee, all of you are greatly appreciated by me and hopefully the residents that live here. As January is now upon us, let’s hope to have a great year and all continue to work well together for the betterment of Bretton Woods.
January brings us New Year’s Day, Epiphany, and Martin Luther King JR. Day.
May God Bless us all this year!
Craig Pessin- HOA Administrator
“Nothing is impossible, for those that don’t have to do it”