Our pool company, just like everyone else, is having issues with staffing. It is harder this time of year as the college and high school students return to school. It makes it difficult for them to have enough coverage for every shift at all the pools they manage.

We were notified yesterday by IM Pools, that they would not have a lifeguard for the 1st shift today. The lifeguard will be onsite from 3:30 pm until closing, weather permitting.

We are grateful for the early notification so our volunteer pool monitors can fill in until the lifeguard arrives. Unfortunately this means that residents will not be able to bring guests to the pool until 3:30 pm today.

We thank you for your understanding and we sincerely thank all of our volunteer pool monitors that give their time to ensure the pool is open for residents to enjoy.

Any questions, please contact the Management Office.


The staff finished cleaning out the bike room today and in doing so, found a few higher end bikes that do not have stickers anywhere on the bike. The bikes are still in the bike room, and marked with yellow caution tape so they can easily be seen.

We ask that residents check the bike room to see if the bike might belong to you. It is possible that a sticker fell off without your knowledge. We do not want to donate any bikes that actually belong to someone.

Any remaining bikes that are without stickers by Friday, August 27, will be donated to a charity.

We also found bikes that are clearly not being used and haven’t in some time. We ask that residents remove unused bikes from the bike room at your earliest convenience so your neighbors may have a chance to put their bike in the storage room.

Thank you for your attention and cooperation in this matter. Any questions, please contact the Management Office at 610-544-6000.


Security reported the elevator is out of order. Notices are posted at each elevator advising residents that the elevator is not working.

A service call was placed for tomorrow morning.

In the meantime, the Princeton elevators are operational, as is the other Harvard elevator.

Any questions, please contact the Management Office


Davey Tree was able to safely removed the damaged section of tree over the carports in the Harvard parking lot. The arborist will be shortly evaluate the health of the tree in order to determine the best course of action for the remaining section of the tree.

In the meantime, the parking lot and carports, except for #40, are open and ready for use. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding while we worked to address the situation.


Due to a large tree branch falling on top of a carport, we had to close a section of the parking lot to prevent further damage to either cars or people.

The area is closed off with caution tape and barriers in place that MUST NOT be moved for safety reasons. The area will remain closed until the damaged section of tree is removed.

We did meet with Davey Tree today to assess the damage and plan a course of action. Due to the impending storm, they can not remove the damaged section of tree until tomorrow morning.

We thank everyone in that area for quickly moving their cars.

If you have a bike stored in the bike racks in the Harvard lot, please do not access that area until the damaged tree is removed.

Thank you for your cooperation in these matters. Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Management Office.


The car is stuck on the 5th floor and a service call was placed. Management has escalated the matter to the supervisor at Kone since the car seems to keep malfunctioning despite their best efforts to make repairs.