Garage Door Replacement: November 22 & 23

Complete replacement of the parking garage door including the operator and access controls is scheduled for November 22 & 23.

For the duration of the work there will be restrictions on vehicles being able to enter and exit the parking garage.  If you may require use of your vehicle while the work is carried out it is highly recommended you remove it from the garage for the duration of the work.

The existing remote-control access system will be replaced by a keypad entry / automatic exit system.  Each unit will be provided a random 4-digit code for entry to the garage as well as entry through the front door of the building.  If you have provided us consent to deliver records to you via email, you will receive the new code along with instructions on using it by that method.  If you have not provided us consent to deliver records to you via email your code will be sent through regular mail to your residential address on record.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Be Aware of Conditions In The Parking Garages

Just a reminder that, with the arrival of snow and freeze-thaw conditions, the possibility exists that issues with water seepage into the parking garages may occur/return.

We recommend your take measures to protect anything you may be storing in the parking garage from exposure to moisture/water, in particular in the area along the foundation wall and about 5 feet back from it.

A permanent fix to this situation is a priority, but the solution is going to take some time to develop and implement.  In the meantime, to mitigate the issue we will continue to do our best to keep snow from accumulating on the ledge that is exposed around the perimeter of the buildings.

Remember, the parking garage is essentially no different than the unfinished basement or garage of any house.  Moisture, dirt, dust and exhaust fumes are not uncommon so use it with an appropriate level caution.

Thank your for your understanding!

Tree Removal Work

Today tree removal work is scheduled to take place on site, specifically in the area southeast of Birch building where a tree that has split up the middle of it’s trunk will be taken down.  Before making the decision to remove the tree, the condition of it was reviewed with a certified Arborist.  In addition, while the crew is on site with appropriate equipment they will remove a large branch/tree top that is tangled in a group of trees at the far west end of the property.  Work should take approximately 2 hours to complete.  We apologize for the short notice, we only received confirmation the work would be carried out this morning.