An Update from the President
Dear Bretton Woods Community,
September is here, which means fall will be approaching on September 23rd. I always hate to say goodbye to summer but am pleased to say we had a successful season here at Bretton Woods. I hope everyone enjoyed our amenities, outdoor parties, and entertainment.
The HOA Board of Directors and Bretton Woods staff continue to work hard behind the scenes to keep the community running smoothly and as of the day I am writing this letter; we are still on track to “hopefully” have our roads redone within the year. I’d like to welcome two of our new staff members in the HOA Office; Mary Grasso and Alejandra Vega. Mary was hired to take over for Jeanette when she retired a few weeks ago and Alejandra was hired to assist in the Office due to Karen needing to take some time off for personal reasons. They are both doing a great job so far and we are happy to have them. Please keep Karen in your thoughts and prayers as she works to get back to good health.
Once again, I’d like to remind all residents to please lock their cars at all times. Unfortunately, this is not an issue that is unique to Bretton Woods; it is now happening all over Suffolk County. If you are a victim of a vehicle break-in, the Suffolk County Police Department is asking you to contact them at 631-852-COPS to report the issue.
The HOA Board unanimously approved the 2022-2023 budget and will be holding an open meeting on Tuesday, September 13th at 7:00 PM to introduce the budget and answer any other questions residents may have. As always, anyone who has any questions or concerns is welcome to contact me or call the HOA Office at any time. There is no need to sit on an issue that is upsetting you and wait until a Board meeting to express your concerns.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Labor Day weekend. Our annual Labor Day party will be held on Sunday, September 4th from 12-5 PM with a rain date of Monday, September 5th. Hopefully we will still get some nice summer days this month before the autumn weather begins to take over.
Wishing a joyous new year to those celebrating Rosh Hashanah later this month!