4 C R Y D E R P O I N T AUGUST Message from the Board President Most of you have probably seen the progress being made on the promenade area by the dock. The concrete pour to connect the path along the front of the 41 Building to the new space is the last piece o f the puzzle, and the fi nishing touches such as fabrication of the railings and ordering of the benches are in the works. As of this writing, the matting in the playground is being installed, so we expect that to reopen very soon. You’ve probably heard the daily noise from the wall being cut along the promenade area. Why are we cutting the wall? We had the opportunity, at no additional cost, to have the wall lowered so that we could maximize the view from the promenade area. Railings will be installed to bring the total height up to code requirements. At the pool, it was discovered that the raised platform at the north side is a bit too high which is why the area has been taped off. To remedy the problem, an extra step will be installed as well as a railing across the front. This will be done after the pool closes for the season. Speaking of the pool, kudos go to the Quality of Life Committee for putting on a terrifi c party on July 23. You’ll fi nd a recap and photos inside, so if you didn’t attend you can live vicariously! Also, the Committee is planning a children’s party for September 1; see the fl yer inside for more info. Till next time. Jill Davis MANAGEMENT OFFICE SERVICES: To protect your privacy and maximize Management Offi ce resources, no personal business services (copying, faxing, printing, etc.) are permitted in the Management Offi ce. Only Cryder Point business is to be handled. Thank you for your cooperation. CONTACTING THE BOARD: Please e-mail the Board at email@example.com or leave a note with your concierge, at the Management Offi ce or in the Suggestion Box in your lobby. 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 Offi ce with any questions. INSURANCE CERTIFICATES: All residents are required to maintain homeowners’ insurance. Residents who have not submitted a current copy of their Declarations Page will be sent another reminder to do so shortly; please provide your copy as soon as possible. IMPORTANTcontacts 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” Cryder Point Courier, 38-15 Bell Blvd. Bayside, NY 11361 718-224-5863 • Fax 718-224-5441 Sales Fax: 718-631-3498 e-mail: editorial@ .com PUBLISHER & EDITOR Victoria Schneps-Yunis ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Joshua A. 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APARTMENT PROBLEMS: If you have a problem in your apartment such as heat, plumbing, etc., please contact your Concierge. He/she will notify the Offi ce to provide assistance 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 fi ne. See Stacey in the offi ce 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 fi ne. Please keep your dog on a short leash to prevent them from wandering onto the grass of CPOC property.
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