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The Belmont


IMPORTANT CHANGE REGARDING MID-RISE BALCONIES

All forms of tile (ceramic or porcelain) have been removed from the approved decking materials.

No owner may place or replace tile on their balconies. This change is necessary due to the porous nature of tile, grout and the concrete underneath.Water and moisture is seeping through and is causing damage to the hollow core slabs and is affecting unit owners beneath these tiled decks.

This change is effective immediately by Board vote on 10/27/17

(Owners that currently have tile on their balconies are not required to remove it unless it begins to cause problems with the concrete slabs; affecting the unit beneath you.)

This is a re-post: I will update this one or two more times, as a reminder. Please comply with this request as its essential that all vehicles must be out of the garage BEFORE April 17, 2018. There can be no exceptions. If we do not have access to your car keys, please send them to me immediately or arrange to have someone remove your vehicle before April 17th  Thank you to those that have provided keys or already made arrangements to move their cars. 

(If your vehicle is not removed by April 16th, we will be forced to have it towed to an outdoor space and assess the towing charges to your account. I will post the information for Silver Cloud Towing Company in my next email.)

 Hello all,

This email is intended for mid-rise owners that have inside parking. On Tuesday, April 17th, all vehicles must be removed from the parking garages as we’re having the lines re-striped. They must be removed to protect your vehicles from over-spray. If you have not supplied the Belmont with access to your key, you must make arrangements to have your automobile moved to an outside spot. All cars must be removed with no exceptions. Please assure that you comply with this request! If you don’t move your car, multiple spaces around you will remain unpainted and this will adversely affect your neighbors! Please move your vehicles before the deadline, so that we can confirm the job status with the company that is servicing the property.

Thank you!

Jay


 

REMINDER: 

ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE MID-RISES GARAGES, ONE WEEK FROM TODAY! LINE STRIPING WILL OCCUR ON APRIL 17TH AND NO CARS ARE ALLOWED IN THE GARAGE DURING THAT TIME PERIOD. 

PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVENT PROVIDED KEYS TO YOUR CAR AND MAIL THEM TO ME ASAP! ANY VEHICLES LEFT IN THE GARAGE  WILL BE TOWED TO AN OUTSIDE PARKING SPACE AND THE TOWING CHARGE WILL BE ASSESSED TO THE OWNERS ACCOUNT. 

Thanks for your cooperation and thanks to those owners that have already complied. Vehicles may be moved back inside the next morning. See below for details. I will send out one final reminder at the end of this week. 

Jay



UPDATED WORK RULES


The Board of Trustees has voted to allow noise free light work in season on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Additionally, the Board has voted to allow contractors to provide bids on weekend in the off- season only. This is a change of policy.


NO WORK WILL BE PERMITTED ANY FRIDAY, SATURDAY OR SUNDAY IN SEASON.


There is never any work allowed on any weekend, year round.

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The Belmont

One Belmont Road * West Harwich,  MA* 02671 * Phone: -432-8028 * Fax: -432-6212

Email: belmontmanager@comcast.net
January 26, 2018

We had a Board Meeting this morning and the cost of electricity was on the agenda.

Something to keep in mind is there are always two charges on your bill. One is the supplier (any company you've contracted with) and the other is the generation (Delivery) charge, which is Eversource.

Your supply company most likely offers two rates; one that is variable and changes with the season or a fixed rate that is a year round price per KW. If you find your bill to be extreme, you should call the supplier and ask what the two rates are and then ask to be switched to the lower rate. They may tell you that you're locked into whatever rate you're currently paying or they may immediately switch you.

Some owners have had success asking for a rebate on their recent bill based on the difference between the variable rate and the fixed rate. These owners may save several hundred dollars, so its worth the call.

Lastly, you should also check with Eversource to see what their supply rates are, as they're often competitive.

I realize that this may be somewhat of a pain to monitor the bills and play the supplier change game but it could result in substantial savings for you over the course of the year.
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