4 C RY D E R
P O I N T
APRIL Message from
the Board President
This was the introduction I wrote last
month: “Spring is on the horizon, and if
we’re lucky we’ll get through March without
severe weather (I hope I didn’t just
jinx it!).” Well, I guess I did.
But we move forward, and Cryder
Point will be celebrating Earth Day on
Saturday, April 21. Check out the flyer
for details, and please read a little item
in this edition about the day’s history
and other activities happening in the area
commemorating the day.
Earth Day is especially timely this year given the recent weather
related damage the property has suffered, primarily from the
big nor’easter on March 1. You’ve no doubt read or heard about
the necessity to remove the four big maple trees in the 21/41
courtyard. There is a more comprehensive Property Update
about the storm and its effects, as well as other property news,
in this issue. Please give it a read.
Let’s take a minute to look ahead to summer. I’m pleased to
announce that Elite Pool has been officially renewed as our pool
management company, and we have also been told that Shaun,
our very capable and popular manager from last year, will be
returning to Cryder Point this season. Pool package applications
will be going out within the next few weeks.
The 01 Community Room repairs are going well. As of this
writing, the room is being painted and the flooring is being installed,
so we’re on the home stretch. I know folks are anxious to
get back into the room, and thanks again for everyone’s patience.
An official reopening day will be announced as soon as possible.
The ongoing violation issue with the DOB is plodding along
with continued meetings between the balcony engineers and the
DOB. As of now, the engineers are in the midst of scheduling
yet another conversation with the appropriate authorities. As
always, stay tuned. In the meantime, I remind everyone that it
is imperative to keep your balconies clear of any items that interfere
with egress to the fire escape stairs. If you’re not sure
whether an object would be considered an obstruction, please
contact the Management Office.
Till next time, Jill Davis
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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, etc. Contact the Office
for information and necessary forms.
COMPACTOR ROOMS: Residents are advised
to adhere to the signage in the compactor
rooms and to keep the rooms neat. All
trash is to be placed in the chute, and paper/
cardboard and plastics/glass/metal are to be
put into their respective bins. A designated
bucket is in each room for batteries. Please
contact your concierge or Management if you
have any questions.
HOMEOWNER’S INSURANCE: All residents
are required to maintain homeowner’s
insurance and a copy of your Declarations
Page of your current insurance must be on
file with the Management Office.
BALCONIES: All balconies must remain
clear of any obstructions to access to fire escapes.
Violators will be subject to an administrative
charge. Please contact Management
if you have any questions.
SHOPPING CARTS: Carts are provided in
lobbies as a convenience to transfer packages
to and from apartments. Residents are reminded
to return them to the lobby promptly
after use. Do not leave them in elevators or
hallways. If you need assistance, please contact
STORAGE IN GARAGES IS PROHIBITED:
Residents are not permitted to store personal
items in the garages. If you have items in the
garage, please remove them immediately.
Items not removed will be discarded. If you
need assistance, contact the Management
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.
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 REGISTRATION: 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 administrative charge. See Stacey
in the office to register.
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 administrative
charge. 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 Management
Office, or in the Suggestion Box in
Management Office: 718-767-5003
Management Office Fax: 718-767-1549
Board of Directors e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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