It was a very productive Board of Managers meeting last night. Many thanks to those that attended the virtual meeting.

For those not in attendance, please know that the Board considered the input from residents and voted to return the shopping carts to their designated areas for use by residents. Please note that the carts will not be cleaned by staff, each resident is responsible to disinfect the cart. Remember that carts are to be returned after use and not to be taken through the main lobbies.

The Board also considered the request of several resident’s to open up the pool area so residents could gather via social distancing. The Board agreed with this request and effective immediately the pool deck only (no swimming) is available for those that wish to sit and chat with their neighbors. Details are attached to this notice on the pool opening.

The Board voted to open the library in the coming weeks and Helene VanHoeven will be preparing information on the opening.

The other common areas, such as the hobby shop and meeting room remain closed for now. The Board will reconsider this matter at the October ZOOM Board meeting.

In the meantime, we hope everyone contains to follow the CDC’s guidelines and wears a mask while out in the common areas.


Unfortunately there will be no van service on Thursday, September 24.

Van service will resume on Friday, September 25 at 9 am, as per the temporary schedule we put in place a few months ago due to the corona virus.

Thank you for your understanding. Any questions, please contact the Management Office.


Unfortunately there will be no van service tomorrow, Friday, September 11.

Van service will resume on Monday, September 14 at 9 am, as per the temporary schedule we put in place a few months ago due to the corona virus.


ADT came out today due to an issue with the phone entry system. Upon investigation, they found a problem with the phone line to the system.

We are now waiting on Verizon to come out and repair the line. They were informed that the entry system is vital to the community and we requested emergency service in order to get the system up and running as soon as possible.


Earlier today, we received reports that the elevator was stuck on a floor and a service call was placed with Kone. We had hoped they would be here by 3 but due to emergencies at other buildings, they will not be here until sometime between 6 and 8 pm this evening.

We thank you for your understanding while we work through the issue with the elevator.


By now, all residents should’ve received the official 2020 Census form. We wanted to advise you that census takers are now performing follow up work to aid in the completion of the 2020 census.

The census takers are allowed in our building, to go door to door, in order to collect the information they need. The permitted hours are 9 am to 9 pm, including weekends. This is not soliciting as defined in our rules. The census takers must follow CDC guidelines related to COVID and wear a mask. They will have identification stating they are official census takers.

Should you have any questions regarding the census, please contact 1-844-330-2020 directly for additional information.


Happy Monday everyone! Hope each of you gets a chance to enjoy the beautiful weather we have today.

HARVARD/YALE PARKING LOT LIGHTS: Over the weekend, the sensor that controls the lights in the parking lot and carports, malfunctioned. The staff was able to quickly purchase a new one and get it installed today, so the lights are now working.

1ST FLOOR PRINCETON: There is an issue with breaker that controls the lights in the EXIT corridor. The staff began investigating the problem but was unable to determine the exact cause. They will try again tomorrow to resolve the issue or if need be, an electrician will be called out.

In the meantime, we have a temporary light in that area until we can fully resolve the issue.

We do apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patience while we work to resolve the problem.