Manager Sherri Giles’ updated the Board of Directors on topics including: laundry machine maintenance, the electrical upgrade project, AT&T land-line service, garage inspections, residential building maintenance, and updates on our grounds.
Ms. Giles expressed an unusual frustration with WASH, the company whose machines the Green has been using for years. Eleven machines needed replacement, with two in courts 13 and 14 deemed most problematic. However, the replacement machine in 14 became inoperable soon after it arrived, and work orders for 13 complained of an incomplete rinse cycle in their new machine. As of the Board meeting, WASH had not yet provided a replacement schedule for the remaining nine other machines.
ELECTRICAL UPGRADE PROJECT
The project team plans to launch the construction phase in early March and announced they will hold at least one homeowner / resident meeting beforehand. In December, the Board okayed Building 91 as the pilot building.
AT&T LANDLINE SERVICE
After receiving calls from residents reporting AT&T landline service interruption, Management made multiple calls to the company and later learned the outage went well beyond the Green. As of this writing, the office is hoping for information from AT&T as to the status of this continuing outage.
Management will soon send notices to residents whose garages were not inspected late last year. Also, residents with items of concern, such as flammables, will receive correction notices with inspection dates as well.
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PAINTING AND INSULATON
Management is still catching up with the COVID lag in its 10-buildings-a year painting schedule but intends to finish buildings 67, 68, and 70 in March. Then they will present a resolution for 2023’s building painting.
GreenCrew: The well pump was not needed for over a month, thanks to the rains. Workers blew the sidewalks clean weekly to forestall pedestrian slip and fall injuries. The rains also brought “a plethora of weeds,” which the crew is tackling in both the garage courts and between the cracks in sidewalks. Workers will be detailing in courts 8-13 and Sycamore Ave. in February.
Arborist: Carlberg completed a regular inspection of trees in courts 1-3 and a rapid walk-through of the whole property. They made no new immediate action recommendations.