4 C R Y D E R P O I N T JANUARY Message from the ANNOUNCEMENTS & Board President Welcome 2016! First, a big announcement: The balconies are done! Personally, I think we got very used to having Xinos trucks around--kind of like visitors who never seem to leave--and we took the project for granted. But this was a huge multi-year, multi-million dollar endeavor, and as I look back on how the old balconies used to be, I can again appreciate the tremendous improvement in both safety and aesthetics. Take a look at the recap in this issue and I think you’ll see what I mean. Next, a brief update on the seawall project. Progress continues, although new issues continue to be discovered. Just before New Year’s, for example, the contractors discovered two sections of old pipe underground that had been held together with duct tape! While not a major setback, it needs to be corrected and is an example of the surprises that are frequently encountered which require reparations and result in adjustments to the schedule. Management and members of the Board are meeting regularly with the contractor and engineer to monitor the project. At this time, the revised schedule estimates completion in March. If you have any questions about the seawall project, please email the Board or feel free to bring them to the shareholders’ meeting on January 28th. In the meantime, b est wishes to everyone for a happy and healthy New Year. Jill Davis REMINDERS JANUARY 2016 SHAREHOLDERS’ MEETING: The next Shareholders’ Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 28th at 7pm in the 01 Community Room. SHOPPING CARTS: Carts are provided in lobbies as a convenience to transfer packages to and from apartments. Residents are kindly reminded to return them to the lobby promptly after use. If you need assistance, please contact your concierge. 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 splitsystem air conditioning, kitchen or bathroom remodeling, installation of balcony screens, etc. Please contact the Office with any questions. MANAGEMENT OFFICE SERVICES: To protect your privacy and maximize Management Office resources, no personal business services (copying, faxing, printing, etc.) are permitted in the Management Office. Only Cryder Point business is to be handled. Thank you for your cooperation. 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. 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