4 C RY D E R P O I N T MARCH Even though we had a relatively mild winter, I know we’ll all be happy to say hello to spring when it officially arrives on March 20. As of this writing, the seawall and related projects are 98% complete. We are waiting (impatiently!) for new blacktop to be installed in the rear of the 41 parking lot where some damage occurred due to all of the heavy truck traffic it endured for so long. This will be done before the end of this month and is the last item to be checked off the list before the contractor can completely vacate the premises and we can begin to restore the 21/41 courtyard and return life to normal. You may have noticed new lighting being installed near the main entrances. These new LED lights are replacing the old taller lights not only because they are more efficient, but also because the old lampposts were literally falling apart…duct tape has its uses, but it isn’t exactly a permanent solution for holding light fixtures together! Please be aware that this is a is a work in progress; we are evaluating all of the lighting to be sure that there is sufficient light throughout the property, so there will be more to come. All of the basements have had carpet tiles installed, and feedback on this im-provement has been very positive. The project began in the front of the 21 building to see how well the carpet stood up to high foot traffic, and it’s holding up very well. Not only is the carpet more attractive and comfortable underfoot, but since they are tiles, sections can be easily replaced as needed. Another bonus is that the tiles are actually about 30% less expensive than the cost of what new runners would be. Installation of coordinating base molding is nearly complete, after which the interiors of the doors and the existing wall protection will be painted to complement the carpet and molding colors. I was happy to receive several submissions for our Photo of the Month feature after an absence last month. I hope you enjoy the pictures and that this encour-ages everyone to get out there and take some photos, especially now that spring is arriving. Finally, some of you may not know that we had another film shoot last month. This one was for the Comedy Central series, Broad City. Please enjoy the short recap in this issue. It was a great opportunity for Cryder Point to expand awareness of our property to producers for more future possible shoots, the fees for which provide a nice deposit to our reserve fund. Till next time, Jill Davis Management Office: 718-767-5003 Management Office Fax: 718-767-1549 /e-mail: Stacey.email@example.com Lobby/Doorman: 718-767-5336 Board of Directors e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Publisher & Editor Victoria Schneps-Yunis Associate Publisher Joshua A. Schneps Editor In Chief Jill Davis 4 CRYDER POINT COURIER | MARCH 2017 | WWW.QUEENSCOURIER.COM ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS MARCH 2017 Message from the Board President CRYDER POINT • T h e O f f i c i a l N e w s p a p e r o f C r y d e r P o i n t • “We’re All About You” STORAGE IN GARAGES IS PROHIBITED:Residents are not permitted to store personal items in the garages. If you have items in the ga-rage, please remove them immediately. Items not removed will be discarded. If you need assistance, contact the Man-agement HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE: All residents are required to maintain homeowners’ insurance. A reminder will be issued to all shareholders shortly, but please submit a copy of your Declarations Page to the Management Office as soon as possible. SHOPPING CARTS: Carts are provided in lobbies as a convenience to transfer packages to and from apart-ments. Residents are kindly reminded to return them to the lobby promptly after use. If you need assistance, please contact your concierge. MANAGEMENT OFFICE SERVICES: To protect your privacy and maximize Management Office re-sources, 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 cooper-ation. 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. APARTMENT RENOVATIONS: 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. EMERGENCY CONTACTS: All residents have received a form to provide the Office with updated con-tact 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. DOG WALKING: House Rules expressly prohibit walking dogs any-where on the property to relieve them-selves; 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 email@example.com or leave a note with your concierge, at the Manage-ment Office or in the Suggestion Box in your lobby. 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