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Posted on Jan 15th, 2019

Board positions have been realigned. Melanie Barber will serve as member-at-large. Pat Walter will serve as president.
 
Removing snow on the steps and sidewalk leading directly to your unit is your responsibility. What about other sidewalks and the parking lot -- how does that snow get removed? Read more.
 
A plumbing task force has been formed to study the impact of unit owner maintenance of water pipes and related fixtures on other residents in the same or nearby buildings, and to propose solutions to prevent or lessen the impact. Volunteers are needed. Read more.
 
Part-time assistant manager -- FSR has scheduled interviews with candidates for the position.
 
The reserve study from 2014 will be updated rather than replaced. Reserve studies evaluate all our infrastructure elements and estimate when they'll need to be replaced. This information helps the board manage reserve funding and plan for projects. All owners are encouraged to read the reserve study (log into windgate2.connectresident.com, select "forms & documents," the type "reserve" into the search box).
 
Late fees for Jan-Feb monthly assessments will be waived for federal workers in need of relief due to the federal government shutdown. (Note: The monthly assessment fee effective Jan 1 is $447.)
 
Dog owners: As a consideration to other residents, please prevent your dog from relieving itself close to a unit. Pay attention to your pet, and always pick up after.
 
Drainage remediation work will begin soon near 2514-E. Also, two declining locust trees nearby will be removed.
 
A social event is planned for late February.
 
New FSRConnect website now available. Register and click on Resident Access in the top-right corner.
 
Common areas are a responsibility for all of us. Please obey trash and recycling rules. Secure your trash bags, and if you see trash, please pick it up. Remove that stray ivy climbing the wall that the landscape company missed. Do not disturb turf or climb trees. Please treat common areas like the shared community resource and investment they are.