Good evening to all. I realize this is really soon to get another message from me but there’s several items I’d like to update you on. This will be short. All information in the preceding messages remain in effect – this just provides some amplifying information as I had to send the message out tonight.
1. FOOTPATH WORK; REAR OF 4837/4839 CARRIAGEPARK ROAD (CPR); May 10, 2021. In preparation for the concrete work to occur on May 19th, tomorrow we will be impacting part of the footpath to install an erosion control system. Please try to avoid the area tomorrow and exercise care when walking across the construction area from tomorrow till we close the footpath to replace it. Residents in the area – please avoid using the open space between 4837 and 4839 for movement of material as the drainage system will be unfinished until after the completion of the concrete work at the end of next week. Please take trash and recycling around the ends of the blocks (4851 CPR or 4827 CPR).
2. RESIDENT OWNER AND NON-RESIDENT OWNER PARKING PERMIT (HANG TAG) RENEWALS; May 15 and 16, 2021; 11:00AM – 1:00PM; Pool Parking Lot. In response to some repeated questions: we are not requiring any additional paperwork to be filled out for this hangtag exchange. Please bring your current hangtag(s) with you to exchange them for the new hangtags.
3. POOL PASS DISTRIBUTION; May 15 and 16, 2021; 11:00AM – 1:00PM; Pool Parking Lot. We will not have blank pool passes at the distribution. If you sent your application in electronically – you should of have received a response email from firstname.lastname@example.org telling you your application was received. As such, your passes will be available on the 15th. If you have not received a response email then we do not currently have your application and you will not have passes for pickup on the 15th. For those who physically mailed or dropped off your application – we have received 15 of those applications and can further assist you upon request.
That’s it – thanks for taking a minute to review this.
Stay safe and well,