We would like to remind you to maintain an operable fire extinguisher in your residence for use in case of a fire incident. Doing so may very well help to minimize damage/injury to you, your neighbors, your property, and that of the association.

For your review and reference, please see the following general fire safety tips.

  • Test smoke detectors weekly and replace batteries twice a year (the beginning & end of Daylight Savings time).
  • Keep your bedroom doors closed while you are asleep.
  • Never smoke while in bed and make sure that there are no smoldering cigarettes when you empty ashtrays.
  • Don’t overload electrical circuits. Remove electrical cords from under rugs, those nailed to walls and behind radiators. Refrain from using old or frayed extension cords. If an appliance smokes or begins to smell unusual, unplug it immediately, and have it repaired.
  • Never keep rubbish, including mats, in the hallway.
  • If applicable, do not insert items in the association’s trash chute that are too big and may get stuck. Things caught in the can easily start a fire.
  • Put a box of baking soda and a large pot lid next to your stove to smother stove fires. Purchase a kitchen-rated fire extinguisher and learn how to properly use it.
  • Extinguish candles when you are not in the room; keep candles away from Christmas trees and wrapping paper.
  • Keep portable space heaters at least 3 feet from paper, curtains, furniture, clothing, bedding, or anything else that can burn. Never leave heaters on when you leave home or go to bed, and keep children and pets well away from them.

Congratulations to our Property Manager, Meredith Heller,  for being named as the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce honoree at the "Celebrate Long Island's Young Professionals' Recognition Event. "

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Condominiums: Owners of residential condominium units should purchase a HO-9 homeowners policy. This policy should include property coverage for the unit owner’s personal property such as furniture, clothing and electronic equipment. Building coverage should be included for any part of the unit that unit owner is responsible to insure per the bylaws of the condominium. Improvements & Betterments coverage should be included in the policy for any upgrades to the unit that the current or previous owner made to the unit such as upgraded kitchens, bathrooms floorings and wall coverings. Liability coverage should be included in this policy at a limit of not less than $500,000. Loss of Use and Loss Assessment coverages should also be included in this policy.

 

Cooperatives: Owners of residential cooperative units should purchase a HO-6 homeowners policy. This policy should include property coverage for the shareholder’s personal property such as furniture, clothing and electronic equipment. Improvements & Betterments coverage should be included in this policy for any upgrades made to the unit such as upgraded kitchens, bathrooms, floorings and wall coverings. Liability coverage should also be included in this policy at a limit of not less than $500,000. Loss of Use and Loss Assessment coverages should also be included in this policy.

 

Renters/Sub Lessees: Tenants of rented and/or sub-leased units should purchase a HO-4 homeowners policy. This policy should include property coverage for the tenant’s personal property such as furniture, clothing and electronic equipment. Liability coverage should also be included in this policy at a limit of not less than $500,000. Loss of Use coverage should also be included in this policy.

 Re: Alexander Wolf & Company, Inc. - Payment Processing Options

Dear Shareholder/Unit Owner/Homeowner/Resident:

Alexander Wolf & Company, Inc. offers the services of Union Bank Homeowner Association Services, one of the industry’s leading providers of banking and payment processing solutions to all of our clients.

Union Bank’s proprietary technology platform offers you convenient options to pay monthly charges online, including:

  • eCheck
  • Credit Card

You always have the option to pay your monthly charges by sending a check and payment coupon the address listed on your remittance statement. However, paying electronically gives you several advantages that we believe you will appreciate:

  • Free and easy to use (with exception of credit card transactions, which results in a $14.95 convenience fee and a $5,000 maximum per transaction)
  • Saves time, it only takes a minute
  • No envelopes, stamps, or checks
  • Secure – no threat of theft or loss from mailboxes

If you have any questions concerning any electronic payment option, please phone the Union Bank customer information and help desk at (888) 705-0600 (option 2). There are specially trained operators waiting to take your call. Should you have any questions regarding the status of your account, please phone our office at (516) 349-0540.

 

Very Truly Yours,

ALEXANDER WOLF & COMPANY, INC.

 

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