C RY D E R
P O I N T
Message from the Board President
As mentioned in last month’s paper, NYC has revamped
building codes and is requiring extensive elevator
upgrades throughout the City. At this time, it’s a
two-phased project, which makes the execution and
Members of the CPOC Board, along with Board
members from Le Havre and representatives from
the President’s Co-op and Condo Council, met in July
with NYC Councilmen Paul Vallone (our local District
19) and Barry Grodenchik (District 23) to discuss the
issue. Councilman Grodenchik’s district covers nearby
areas of Bayside and Douglaston, and he is on the Council’s Housing and
Buildings Committee. The goal is to raise the issue up the chain and hopefully
come up with a more practical, reasonable plan. Stay tuned for updates.
I hope you enjoy the photos in this issue from the July 14th pool party. It
was, as always, a great success. Thanks go to the volunteers of Cryder Point
Community Affairs--without them, the event wouldn’t have been possible.
Next up, the focus is on the kids! The end of August will again see Cryder
Point’s “Kidz Zone” party at the pool, which is becoming another anticipated
annual event. This year the party will be on a Saturday to give everyone
a better chance to bring their kids down for a couple of hours of fun.
See the flyer for details.
Till next time, Jill Davis
Stacey Pankavich is Married!
Word has gotten around quickly, but
in case you haven’t heard, our Administrative
Manager, Stacey Pankavich, was
married on Saturday, July 14, to lucky
groom Ed Aguilar.
When Stacey and Ed were first engaged,
they were thinking of having
a very small ceremony followed by a
honeymoon in Europe. After talking it
over, though, they decided they wanted
friends and family to be part of their
big day. The wedding took place at the
Church on the Hill in Flushing, followed
by a party with 75 of their besties at Il
Bacco in Little Neck. “I’m really glad we
did it this way,” Stacey said. “Ed and I had
a great time, and it was really special to
have the people we most care about be
Stacey & Ed - Congrats to the
with us to celebrate.”
As for a honeymoon, they’re thinking
about a getaway in October. “Maybe,” Stacey said. “We still have to recover
from the party!”
Everyone at Cryder Point wishes the newlyweds years of joy, laughter
and happiness (and a speedy recovery!).
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PARKING IN COURTYARD CIRCLES:
Parking in the circle is strictly limited to 20
minutes unless otherwise approved by Management.
Cars in violation of the time limit
are subject to being towed.
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.
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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.
BALCONIES: All balconies must remain
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SHOPPING CARTS: Carts are provided in
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Residents are not permitted to store personal
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garage, please remove them immediately.
Items not removed will be discarded. If you
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MANAGEMENT OFFICE SERVICES: To
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APARTMENT PROBLEMS: If you have
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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. You must also keep your dog on a
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