Alerts & Notices
May 14, 2021
In an effort to assure a safe, uniform and aesthetically pleasing community, we once again must ask for EVERY UNIT’S cooperation in keeping with the governing documents.
DEFINITION OF COMMON AREAS: ANY AREAS OUTSIDE THE CONFINES OF THE UNIT WALLS THEMSELVES WHICH INCLUDES EXTERIOR WINDOWSILLS, SIDEWALKS, RIVER ROCKS, LAWN AREAS, ECT….
BEGINNING JUNE 1, 2021
YOU WILL BE FINED $25.00 A DAY IF PERSONAL ITEMS ARE NOT REMOVED FROM THE COMMON AREAS (ANYTHING THAT IS OUTSIDE THE DOOR OF YOUR UNIT) ITEMS SUCH AS: FLOWERPOTS, GARDEN STATUARIES, GARDEN FLAGS, DECORATIVE LANDSCAPE FENCES, SOLAR LIGHTS, STORAGE BOXES, TOWELS, BICYCLES, TOYS, PATIO FURNITURE, CLOTHING, UNAUTHORIZED PLANTINGS, AND PATIOS, ECT……………………….
FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL RESIDENTS AND VISITORS, COMMON AREAS NEED TO REMAIN CLEAN AND UNCLUTTERED
As we look forward to a SAFE and ENJOYABLE summer ahead,
We ask for EVERYONE’s cooperation in these efforts!
Dolphin Cove Management and Board of Trustees
Dolphin Cove Condominiums
Street Repairs and Seal Coating Continue
May 18, 2021 (P-Q, R, & behind N buildings)
Seal coating will continuing on May 18th between P-Q, R and behind N buildings. Please do not park in this area until the work is completed and the cones are removed. Also please pay attention to the workers within the construction areas
PLEASE DO NOT allow children to play with these traffic cones.
The contractor will be proceeding with sealcoating the parking lots beginning with the area behind N building and those areas between P-Q and R buildings. nd working toward Building A and B over the next two weeks. One or more entrance drives may be closed to vehicle access from Harbour Beach Boulevard. Each time they sealcoat an area there will be a 36-hour period before you can resume parking in that area. DO NOT return to your parking space until the parking lines have been repainted and the cones are removed.
During this process, the dumpsters may be moved several feet from their normal location temporarily.
*Any car left in the contractor’s way will be immediately towed at the owner’s expense.
*If anyone drives on the fresh sealcoat during the drying time you will be charged to resurface the damaged area. This is an expensive project and is being done for everyone’s benefit.
Please pay attention to the notices on the bulleting Boards and email blasts to be sure you move your car on the appropriate day.
Landlords must keep their tenants informed!
If you have a car that is not used daily, please park it at the other end of the community to allow people who need to park close to their homes have an empty space. This will be a difficult task finding a parking spot during these 2 weeks and we all must work together. The seal coating will begin on approximately May 12th and we suspect if everyone cooperates it will be completed the week before Memorial Day.
We are counting on your cooperation!
We will post updates on the website www.dolphin-cove.com as work progresses.
Dolphin Cove Homeowners
Census forms were due to the management company by March 1st 2021, as several homeowners have NOT yet fully completed and returned these census forms, the property manager will be issuing violations until the forms are returned. If you receive a violation notice, we would ask that you contact the office as soon as possible to complete and resolve any missing documentation.
Failure to submit the completed package will result in daily fines of $25.00 per day.
Mark Elser – Board President
Gary Keyser – Vice President
Joe Smith – Board Treasurer
Steven Kessler – Secretary
Vince Cerminara- Trustee
November 21, 2020 – 10 am via virtual (conducted as virtual meeting)
December 12, 2020 – 10 am via virtual (conducted as virtual meeting)
March 20, 2021 – 10 am (Conducted as a virtual meeting)
July 24, 2021 – 10 am (virtual or on-site to be determined at later date)
September 11, 2021 – 10 am (Annual Homeowner meeting to be on-site}
As a reminder you must notify the office whenever you have work being done in your unit. All
contractors must sign in at the office and supply the office with a copy of their certificate of
insurance and contractor’s license information. If you are looking to replace windows, doors or
anything in the exterior you must fill out a property modification form and have written approval
from the board.
The Board wants all Homeowners to know that they will endeavor to manage the community
with due diligence to preserve the integrity and equity of the community facilities and thus your
personal properties. The Board welcomes your concerns and comments but request that any
such communication is put into a written format and directed to the Property Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.