Alerts & Notices
Upcoming Virtual Open Meeting 11-21-20
- You will likely find it easier to utilize a laptop or personal computer with an operating microphone and camera rather than a smaller smart phone or tablet which will be difficult to see.
- Please keep your microphone on mute to avoid background noises.
- Please use the “Chat” box in the upper right hand corner
to submit questions during the meeting. BUT please type your name and unit number immediately preceding any question.
- The meeting will be recorded for the use of formulating meeting minutes. Such video recording will be deleted after the Meeting minutes are approved. (Generally at the next open meeting)
- Please use the following link to log into the Google Meet meeting’
November 13, 2020
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.
As many of you will recall, Corner Property had sent out several notices regarding encroachment and storage of personal items within the Common Areas of the Association.
We want to remind all Homeowners (who should relay the same to their tenants) that the common areas outside of your unit (or in common areas of storage rooms) shall remain free and clear of any personal items or physical encroachments. The By-Laws as well as the current Rules and Regulations are clear on this topic and you are encouraged to familiarize yourself with both if you have not already done so. Homeowners can find these documents on the www.dolphin-cove.com web site under the documents tab. This tab is password protected for only Homeowner access and the password can be obtained by contacting the property manager at email@example.com.
Please be advised that any personal property in the common areas of the complex must be removed by November 30, 2020 or Homeowners will be subject to either a fine of $25.00 per day and/or immediate removal and disposal of any such items.
Common Areas are defined by any space outside the confines of the unit walls themselves which includes exterior window sills, sidewalks, river rocks, lawn areas, etc. Any personal items such as but not limited to:
Bicycles, toys, furnishings, clothing, flags, flower pots, garden statuaries, unauthorized plantings, and patios.
Please be assured that enforcement will commence on December 1, 2020!
In addition, it appears we do not have a record of a current HO6 policy on file for several dozen Homeowners. We are continuing to sort through some files and when completed we will be sending out an additional NOTICE to those unit owners where we do not have such a record. If you know that you have NOT provided a current HO6 policy, we would ask that you do so as soon as possible to avoid any future notice and potential imposition of a fine being levied.
We ask for EVERYONE’s cooperation in both of these efforts!
Dolphin Cove Management and Board
Mark Elser – Board President
Gary Keyser – Vice President
Joe Smith – Board Treasurer
Rebecca Naphys- Secretary
Vince Cerminara- Trustee
November 21, 2020 – 10 am via virtual (with additional information to follow)
December 12, 2020 – 10 am via virtual (with additional information to follow)
March 20, 2021 – 10 am (virtual or on-site to be determined at later date)
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