Annual Meeting of Homeowners – February 7, 2022

Annual Meeting of Homeowners Our next meeting is the Annual Meeting of Homeowners on Monday February 7, 2022, at 6:30PM via Zoom. Reports will be given by Board members on buildings, finances, maintenance and landscape. There will be an important discussion of critical issues. The Annual Meeting is an opportunity for all homeowners to ask … Continue reading "Annual Meeting of Homeowners – February 7, 2022"

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Last Chance! Cover Your Outdoor Faucets!

If you haven’t already gotten a Styrofoam cover for your outside faucet….. Freezing temps are coming in next week for days on end. WAY BELOW FREEZING! If your outdoor faucet is uncovered, your pipes will freeze and break. Water will leak inside the walls of your unit. This will cause expensive damage. You will have … Continue reading "Last Chance! Cover Your Outdoor Faucets!"

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BOD Special Briefing – Monday Dec. 20

Board of DirectorsSpecial Project BriefingMonday December 20, 202110:00AM via Zoom We do not usually have a Board meeting in December.  However the Marymoor Trails Board of Directors will convene for a detailed briefing by Jehan Bharucha – Project Manager, and Tim Hollingshead – Morris Management. The purpose is to update the Board on roofing for … Continue reading "BOD Special Briefing – Monday Dec. 20"

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Board Meeting Notes – November 15, 2021

Marymoor TrailsBoard of Directors Meeting November 15, 2021 The Marymoor Trails Board of Directors meeting convened on Monday, November 15, 2021, at 6:00PM via Zoom.  Attending: Michael Niksa, President; Josh Gibson, Treasurer; Linda O’Hara, Secretary; and Tim Hollingshead, Managing Director, Morris Management. Van Chesnutt, Landscape, was unexpectedly unable to attend. Homeowners’ Forum Owner from Bldg. … Continue reading "Board Meeting Notes – November 15, 2021"

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Friendly Reminder – Cover Outdoor Faucets

Please remember to cover your outdoor hose faucets as temperatures go below freezing. This is very important – when faucets are uncovered, the water inside the pipes freezes. And — science fact! Since water expands as it freezes, the pipes break, and water leaks inside the walls of the unit. Each individual unit owner is … Continue reading "Friendly Reminder – Cover Outdoor Faucets"

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Brr! Freezing Temperatures

Insulated Covers on Outdoor Faucets Temperatures are dipping overnight into low 30’s.  This means freezing temperatures at ground level near hose bibbs. Please remember to put insulated covers on all outdoor faucets.  Uncovered faucets can result in frozen pipes inside walls of units.  This can result in broken pipes and water damage. If you do … Continue reading "Brr! Freezing Temperatures"

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