NO DRIVING WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION ZONE
The roads and parking lots are off limits to all residential traffic and only garbage trucks, school buses, Para-Transpo, post office, and emergency vehicles are allowed through. All other vehicles must go around to the other 2 entrances of the property. This is especially true starting in October when the grading will begin.
Drain and manhole areas are more exposed and can be at greater risk of damage if residential traffic continues.
Advise any delivery / pick up services of the road restrictions and make alternate arrangements during this roadwork. Your co-operation is greatly appreciated for the safety of everyone.
15 KM SPEED LIMIT
SPEEDING: New speed bumps are to be installed and until that time, please be mindful of children, pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles and adhere to the 15 km. speed limit throughout the community.
BREAK-INS: It has been reported that several vehicles throughout Salter have experienced break-ins to their vehicles. Please be vigilant and keep your vehicle doors locked, windows closed and remove valuables. If your vehicle has been broken into, contact police.
To help prevent theft, visit the link to the Ottawa Police Service site for information.
PAVING PROJECT UPDATE
PHASE II UPDATE
The electrical stage of the project continued this week with the installation of new new light poles. The fixtures have arrived and should begin popping up throughout the property in the very near future.
Phase II will encompass all of the roads and parking areas of the 100 units, including the first entrance off Teron Road. All residents and owners in the 100’s are asked to have their cars moved to the temporary parking areas indicated in the map shown.
It is important to leave plenty of space away from the berm so vehicles can safely pass.
Please review the 2 maps below: one map to show the area of work for Phase II and the second map to show the temporary parking areas where residents and owners in the 100’s are asked to park their cars during this phase of the paving project. Also shown are the temporary garbage pads and barrier closures.
Phase II location - throughout the 100 units from the main entrance of Salter Crescent to and including Parking Lot G meeting up with the completed Phase I work
Phase II Work site, temporary parking and garbage sites and barricade locations
Amendments to Condominium Act, 1998,
November 1, 2017
The provincial government has made amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998. These changes took effect on November 1, 2017. If you have not received this information, please contact the Property Manager.
Change in lien policy
Rocks created and placed by Rachel
If you see one, please leave it in place for others to enjoy as well! Click the Photos tab to see the complete collection.
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Check back from time to time for new additions.
We request that all residents use an appropriate garbage can / recylce bin.
DOING RENOVATIONS? PLANNING TO SELL?
Because our homes were built 40+ years ago, some components contain small amounts of asbestos. There is no risk unless you are removing these elements. If you want to scrape off the original popcorn finish on ceilings, remove original floor tiles or start knocking out drywall, please consult an expert and prepare for some abatement costs.
Again—there is no risk to residents unless you remove these elements. To put this in perspective, wherever you go outdoors, there are always particles of mould, asbestos and other contaminants in the air.
WATER CONSUMPTION Owners and residents are reminded that we all have a shared responsibility to be mindful and to conserve water.
For further information and tips on water consumption, click on the 'Water' tab under Rules & Regulations. Reduce water consumption and reduce costs.
For information and to participate in the Low-Flush Toilet Survey, please contact the Board.
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