4 C R Y D E R P O I N T JANUARY Message from the Board President Hello everyone, Two down, one to go! I’m referring to the balcony project, of course! As everyone can see, work has been completed on the 21 Building balconies, and so we look forward to the last and final phase of the project. Work on the 01 Building will begin in the spring, which means that by this time next year, we will be finished! But of course since this is Cryder Point, where there’s never a dull moment, we’re starting the seawall project. And we can’t start soon enough: The Nor’easter that hit the area on December 9th resulted in additional damage to yet another section of the wall. So, we have to get moving, but before we can start the seawall, we have a pre-project: the creation of temporary parking lot built on the grounds to accommodate residents whose parking spots need to be vacated for the seawall work. As of this writing, the lot is still being worked on, but it may be completed before publication; either way, please read inside for full details on parking lot, how the Board arrived at this solution, as well as some interesting in-progress photos of the construction. Finally, on behalf of the Board, let me wish everyone all the best for the New Year. You’ll see the date for our annual New Year’s Brunch posted in Reminders…we hope you can come and join us! Jill Davis JANUARY 2015 ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS: IMPORTcoAnNtacTtsBoard of Directors e-mail: email@example.com CRYDER POINT PUBLISHER & EDITOR Victoria Schneps-Yunis ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Joshua A. Schneps EDITOR IN CHIEF Stephen Vrattos 4 CRYDER POINT COURIER | JANUARY 2015 | WWW.QUEENSCOURIER.COM ANNUAL NEW YEAR’S BRUNCH: Sunday, January 4th, 2015. 12pm-2pm, 01 Community Room INSURANCE CERTIFICATES: All residents are required to maintain homeowners’ insurance. Residents who have not submitted a current copy of their Declarations Page were recently sent a reminder to do so; please provide your copy as soon as possible. APARTMENT RENOVATIONS AND BALCONY ENCLOSURES: Shareholders are required to contact Management prior to initiating any renovations/improvements, including but not limited to the installation of split-system air conditioning, kitchen or bathroom remodeling, installation of balcony screens, etc. Please contact the Office with any questions. PLAYGROUND: The playground remains closed until further notice. APARTMENT PROBLEMS: If you have a problem in your apartment such as heat, plumbing, etc., please contact your Concierge. He/she will notify the Office to provide assistance as soon as possible. EMERGENCY CONTACTS: All residents have received a form to provide the Office with updated contact information in the event of an emergency. If you have not already done so, please complete and return the form as soon as possible. DOG OWNERS: Register your dog! Your dog must wear a CPOC issued medallion anywhere on CPOC property. Dogs observed without a medallion will be assumed not to be registered and owners will be subject to a $250 fine. See Stacey in the office to register. There is a one-time $25 registration fee per dog. DOG WALKING: House Rules expressly prohibit walking dogs anywhere on the property to relieve themselves; failure to comply will result in a warning and/or $250 fine. Please keep your dog on a short leash to prevent them from wandering onto the grass of CPOC property. CONTACTING THE BOARD: Please e-mail the Board at board@ cryderpoint.com or leave a note with your concierge, at the Management Office or in the Suggestion Box in your lobby. 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