COMMUNIQUE – 2 MESSAGES: PARKING INFO FOR PHASE 2 RESIDENTS AND FINAL GARAGE PROJECT MESSAGE FOR ALL



PHASE 2 RESIDENT PARKING

On Monday, Aug 30 and possibly Tuesday, Aug 31 workers will be painting the garage walls and ceiling between lobby and the garage doors.


To be sure the painters work efficiently, this is a request for Phase 2 residents currently parked in East wing:


· If you don’t plan to exit or enter the garage on Monday or Tuesday, you can leave your car parked where it is in the East wing.

· However, if you do plan to exit or enter the garage on Monday or Tuesday, please consider parking on the street or other location outside the garage. Please move your car by 7 AM each day until late afternoon on each day. You can park in the garage overnight.


Each time a car enters or exits, the painters will stop work to accommodate our residents. If they can work without interruption on Monday, they may be able to finish up, and Phase 2 residents won’t be further inconvenienced on Tuesday.


We’ll post a notice in the elevator Monday evening to let you know if they were able to finish on Monday OR if they need to continue painting on Tuesday; if so, the same parking guidelines above would apply.


NOTE: ALL CARS PARKED BETWEEN THE GARAGE LOBBY AND THE GARAGE DOORS MUST BE REMOVED BY 7 AM ON MONDAY. PLEASE--NO EXCEPTIONS:

· NO RESIDENT PARKING

· NO SERVICE WORKER PARKING AND

· NO CONTRACTOR PARKING (except McKown)


FOR ALL RESIDENTS

While we’re moving toward an end to this project, here’s a heads up for the one remaining BIG task: cleaning the garage floor. This will be done using a Zamboni type machine (think ice hockey rink) that not only washes the floors, but also takes back all the dirty water into the tank….and none of it goes down our drains or into the river. We don’t have an exact date for this yet, but when that happens, no cars will be able to park in the garage for the several hours it takes to complete the job. Once we have this date, we’ll let everyone know so you can plan.


Thanks to all of you for your continued patience!


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