November 28, 2017

Annual Meeting December 13, 2017

COMMUNITY ROOM

7:00 PM SIGN -IN

EVERY VOTE COUNTS

AGENDA: ELECTION; 2018 BUDGET; WINDOW PROJECT OVERVIEW

GREAT FOOD, RAFFLE PRIZES AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS THE FUTURE OF THE ASSOCIATION

November 20, 2017

Thanksgiving Holiday

The Office will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving Holiday, November 23 & 24, 2017. If there should be an emergency while the office is closed, please call CFM Management for immediate service. 703-941-0818.

October 23, 2017

Board Meeting Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Agenda - Attached

October 16, 2017

Unit Inspections

Management will begin the unit inspections Monday, November 6th. This will be between the hours of 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Please be prepared for this visit - we ask that you do not start the dish washer or clothes washer unless you are home - This can cause delays as we move from one unit to another. We are areful to keep the pets inside the units.

You do not need to remain home but it is your option. Additionally, please do not request we inspect your unit first to accommodate your schedule. We are in the units for 5 minutes at the most.

If a follow up visit is needed, a card will list what needs your attention. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

October 14, 2017

Keys Found at 1630

A set of keys was dropped at or near the 1630 entrance Saturday. They are now pinned to the bulletin board at 1630 - please call the office if you know to whom they belong, thank you.

October 6, 2017

Window Project - Thumb Nail Sketch

The Board with the help of the Window Committee has been working steadily on the Window Replacement Project. Thomas Downey Ltd. is the engineering firm who will manage the project. The city representative has made a site visit and is in favor of endorsing a single hung window for the project. Double hung windows are also an option however it would add considerable cost.

The next step is to select a vendor and window model at the October meeting. We plan to have three companies participating on the bid. After the Board selects a window model, 2 mock-up samples will be installed: one with and one without a pan. This will help demonstrate the design detail and any adjustments may be needed for the installation.

There will be a Concept Review meeting with the city representative to go over the design and answer any questions they may have.  The city representative will inspect the installation and make their final recommendation to the ARB (Architectural Review Board). Following that is the formal ARB meeting for a final review and approval of the project. A Certificate of Appropriateness will be issued before the project may begin.

The project is being funded steadily and may be done in stages so that the reserves are maintained at a healthy level for the general maintenance of the property. There are a number of decisions yet to be addressed and a more thorough over view of the project will be presented at the Annual Meeting in December. Please write the office if you have any questions or suggestions on the information provided. This has been a long awaited project and we look forward to the input of the community as this process moves forward.

October 5, 2017

Hot Water Shut Off

October 11th between the hours of 9:00 am - 5:00 pm the hot water will be off line for a boiler repair. You will have cold water for cooking, etc. As soon as the repair is complete, the boiler will begin to rebuild the temperature. Please be patient during this process - hot water will return on or before 6:30 pm at the latest. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

October 3, 2017

Columbus Day Holiday

The site office will be closed Monday, October 9, 2017 in observance of the

Columbus Day Holiday. If you have an emergency while the office is closed,

please call CFM Management 703 941 0818


 


July 21, 2017

Board Meeting Wed., Sept. 27, 2017 7:00

PLEASE SEE AGENDA LISTED BELOW

SCX-6545 Series_20170925_125739046.pdf

July 14, 2017

Parking Lot Update

PCI & PCII have parking lot agreements that allow cars to park in either PCI or PCII with an identifiable decal HOWEVER each towing company has agreed to recognize and honor the decals from both properties.

This eliminates a car being towed in error. The parking decals for each community are unique however as stated BOTH towing companies honor each decal. This is a recorded document between both associations. Recently a car parked at the Car Wash at PCI was vandalized with a note applied to the windshield. This behavior does not belong in our communities and I hope it was merely a misunderstanding - someone was apparently not informed about the “Shared Parking Agreement” not in effect.