Ping Pong Table, Summer Party & Much More!
Posted By rfigley on September 20, 2019
A very happy Friday to you. There are a few items that we wanted to bring to your attention before embarking on the weekend.
Please don’t forget to RSVP for the Summer event by this weekend. You can respond to this email or email the Concierge at email@example.com.
Leak Detection System
Please don’t forget to cast your ballot for the leak detection system. We hope we can get a YES vote from 69 units.
One thing that I forgot to mention in my email yesterday is about insurance discounts. It is recommended that you check with your insurance broker to see if a discount is available on your homeowner’s insurance policy.
Tiling Project & Pool Closure
Our tiling project wrapped-up today. It looks phenomenal!
The skimmer baskets on the pool deck need to be modified by our pool company. This will take place next Tuesday, September 10th, and will require the pool and spa to be closed for 24 hours.
There are a few ‘Caution’ signs placed over three skimmer baskets that are sitting slightly lower than usual until they are repaired next Tuesday.
Ping Pong Table
We are pleased to announce that there is a new amenity. A ping pong table was set up in the covered area of the lower level of the pool deck. There are paddles and ping pong balls on the bar counter for your enjoyment.
The ping pong table will be unavailable after 10:00 pm for noise reasons.
There is not much to report on the elevator project, other than it is going smoothly and that we are on schedule.
With two remodels wrapping-up next week, elevator traffic in the 01/02 stack should diminish significantly.
Please remember to schedule your deliveries for furniture and appliances one week in advance so that we can ensure the elevator is available and padded.
Fire Alarm Panel
On Monday, we will have a crew on site to troubleshoot the fire alarm panel issue on P1 & P2 of the North Tower. The original wiring from 2003 wasn’t done right in that location, and we need to fix it to finalize the project and test the system. For now, we are running two panels, the old one is still operating P1 & P2, and the new one is operating everything else. Everything will still alarm as intended if there is an issue.