Alerts & Notices
Atlantic City Electric Smart Meter Upgrades Notice March 2023.
See Home page or Meeting page for Board Meeting Dates
DEFINITION OF COMMON AREAS: ANY AREAS OUTSIDE THE CONFINES OF THE UNIT WALLS THEMSELVES WHICH INCLUDES EXTERIOR WINDOWSILLS, SIDEWALKS, RIVER ROCKS, LAWN AREAS, ECT….
Please be advised that fines have been processed for all Homeowners (25.00 per day) who did NOT submit a current 2023 Census Form and current HO6 Insurance policy by March 31, 2023 deadline as stated numerous times over the past several months. The Board reluctantly issued these fines of 25.00 per day but feel that it is necessary to emphasize and require ALL Homeowners to comply with the governing documents to protect all individuals who own and reside at Dolphin Cove. If you have NOT provided a current 2023 Census or if we do not have a current HO6 declaration page on file, it is suggested that you will want to comply as soon as possible to avoid further fines being assessed!
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
We ask for EVERYONE’s cooperation in these efforts!
Dolphin Cove Management and Board of Trustees
Mark Elser – Board President
Vince Cerminara – Vice President
Joe Smith – Board Treasurer
Gregg Smith – Secretary
Steven Kessler- Trustee
2023 Meeting Dates: (Please visit Home Page or Meetings page)
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.