I am pleased to report that all of the elevators
are online and ready to be of service. All of the testing this week went
flawlessly thanks to the pre-testing that we did last week, and all of the hard
work of your Park Laurel Team and the elevator mechanics.
There are a few items that we need to adjust
during the coming weeks, so you will still see the elevator crews running
around for at least the next 2-3 weeks.
On Monday, and possibly Tuesday, we have a few
adjustments to make on the elevators for the 03/04 and 06/07 stacks (the ones
that were just turned over today). We will send out a text when we are ready to
start that work on each elevator.
Both Service Elevators will also be taken out
for one day later next week for adjustments. We will send out a text
message/email as soon as we know more about those details next week.
The elevators are equipped with the latest model
of key fob readers. They are slightly larger. Some residents have reported that
the reader isn’t picking up their fob. Please hold your fob in the middle of
the reader, and it will read it just fine.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation
during this elevator modernization. Your support and accommodations have been
instrumental in seeing this project through.
The Association is pleased to reopen the BBQs and Fire Pit effective Friday, May 22nd. Liability waivers are available at the Front Desk, and must be signed prior to using the BBQs. Please remember to call down to confirm a BBQ is available. Don’t forget to wipe down the knobs and handles with sanitizer before and after using them.
A phased reopening plan is being distributed to all residents this week that discusses our plan with each amenity.
Thank you for being cautious in the common areas during these unusual times. We appreciate you!
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A very happy Friday to you. Thank you to
everyone for your patience and cooperation with social distancing around the
community. We are happy to have a happy and healthy community, and it takes all
of us to keep it safe.
Copies of this week’s Life at Home from Action Property Management have been emailed out, and printed copies left in the Mail Room.
You may have noticed an early morning tree
removal today. During an inspection late yesterday, we noticed that one of our
queen palms at the corner of Sixth and Maple had structural issues at its base,
possibly due to some kind of pest. The tree was unstable and needed immediate
removal. We will be discussing replacement very soon.
Next week, we have a consultant that will be inspecting the building’s exterior in the 04 and 06 stacks. We will be outside of the living rooms in both areas. You may wish to keep your curtains closed for privacy, if need-be.
Have a wonderful Mother’s Day Weekend!!