Speed bumps are to be installed in the parkade today, on levels P1 and P2. This is to protect the waterproof membrane and to slow traffic down (considerably). The By-Laws restrict driving speed in the parkade to 15Km/hr, and most people drive well in excess of that. This solution should solve both issues.
A movement is afoot to have the back alley repaired. See the forum post for more details.
Due to an in-suite flood, the water will be shut off on 20 June, between the hours of 9am-5pm, in order to conduct repairs.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The parkade is scheduled to be washed and scrubbed on Saturday, 1 June. All vehicles (and any other items) will need to be moved by NO LATER THAN 8am that morning; any vehicles left in the parkade will be towed at the owner's expense.
Temporary parking will be permitted on the Impark side during the cleaning. Vehicles are to be removed from the Impark side NO LATER than Noon on 2 June, and cannot be parked there NO EARLIER than 6pm on 31 May.
The water will be shut-off tomorrow (Wednesday, 8 May) between the hours of 9-5pm. This shut-off is to allow for the heating system to be removed/installed in the gym and (former) pool facilities.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but is absolutely necessary. Your understanding is appreciated.
The gym will be closed for at least the next two weeks for renovations. We hope to have it open again as soon as possible.
Apologies for the short notice, we were just informed of the need to close it ASAP, today.
There has been another complication with the domestic boiler, which will affect the available hot water over the course of this upcoming weekend (20/21 April). Unfortunately, the parts required to fix the issue will not arrive until Monday, at which time, the repairs can be made.
We understand that this situation is a major inconvenience, but all efforts are being made to resolve it as quickly as possible. Your patience and understanding is appreciated.
This Saturday, 109 Street (north) will be closed (in front of our building, between Jasper & 102 Ave) between 9am-1pm. This closure is to allow for the construction materials required for the pool project to be lifted to the project area.
Pedestrian traffic will be re-routed to a covered walkway (next to the building) at this time. Proceed with caution.
As previously described, the swimming pool was permanently shut down by way of special resolution on 1 December. 2011. The deconstruction of this facility is scheduled to commence sometime during the week of 5 November, 2012.
The area is to be re-built into a common area meeting place of some type; what will, ultimately, be the final design is yet to be decided and will not be discussed until the physical area has been created.
The Site Office will be closed for the foreseeable future. Cathy, our most recent Site Office person, walked off the job last week. We had hoped to find a temporary replacement to fill the position, until such a time as a suitable permanent candidate could be found, but to no avail. It is most likely that the office will remain closed until the new Property Management Company (TBD) takes over next month.