First, we’d like to apologize for NOT getting the dryer vents cleaned or the furnace filters changed as planned the week of he 16th. All maintenance issues are high on our priority list. When we know what the new schedule will be, we will put out a new notice to everyone.
Parking still seems to be an issue. Please inform your guests all parking spaces are assigned. If they cannot locate a visitor-parking stall they will need to park on the street. This is a bit inconvenient but we must all respect each other’s parking spaces. You expect your parking space to be available to you and others have the same expectation.
Cigarette butts are still being discarded onto the property. It is extremely inconsiderate not to dispose of smoking materials properly. Please have a coffee can or some other non-flammable container available to discard cigarette butts into. We have not yet begun a special assessment to the offenders but are on the verge of doing so because this creates additional clean-up expense. It is also annoying and embarrassing for tenants when they have guests come over.
Another unsanitary and embarrassing habit some people are in is to put their garbage sack out by their front door or on their patio. This is not o.k. All trash needs to be discarded of immediately. It’s unsightly, unsanitary and an eyesore.
AGAIN, the same old reminder to pet owners: Your pet is YOUR responsibility. We are getting specific complaints and we will be monitoring the problems. We will be starting yard maintenance again soon so it is even more imperative the areas around your buildings are clean of debris.
Every pet owner is responsible for cleaning up after his or her pet. Period. Period. Period. If this continues to be an ongoing problem we will address it on a case-by-case basis… and it may become necessary to revoke permission for some residents to have pets. I hope it doesn’t come to that, as I know it would be extremely unpopular. We want to be a pet friendly environment but our resident’s comfort and convenience is our priority.
Also, we STILL have not completed the installation of all the peepholes and still have not cashed any of your checks written for the peepholes. Again, we apologize if this causes any inconvenience in your bank account reconciliation.
On another subject, many of you had term leases under the prior management company that have expired. I have had many requests for renewals and I will get to those as soon as possible. In the meantime, rest assured we will not be raising the rent for those who indicated they want a lease extension.
We enjoy being your property managers and appreciate the cooperative spirit throughout the complex. We want Parkside to be a pleasant place to live and if there is anything more we can do to attain that goal, please let us know.
If you have any questions, please call our office at 470-6012. If you have something of an emergency nature call (or text) my cell phone at 670-7840.
Again… Happy Spring
Parkside Property Managers
Carol Williams CarolWilliams@charter.net
Shelley Granger ShelleyGranger@charter.net
Willinger Real Estate
1642 Stella Ave., #1 * Wenatchee, WA 98801
Office: 509-470-6012 * e-Fax: 419-818-4009