Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Emergency # 734-761-2822
2021 ANNUAL MEETING ELECTION RESULTS:
Congratulations to Michael Mixer, Toni Carlbom and Shanker Mohan on being elected to the Board of Directors. This is a three-year term ending December 2024.
Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month. Our next meeting will be held January 20, 2022, at 6 p.m. via ZOOM. If you would like to attend the meeting, please email admin@chapelhillA2.com .
The officers will be selected, and committee assignments will be decided during the January meeting.
2022 MONTHLY ASSOCIATION DUES:
Remember there is a modest increase in the monthly Association fee beginning on January 1, 2022. If you are unsure what your new rate will be, please contact the office. For those using a billpayer system or auto pay make sure you change the amount that is being sent by your bank.
SNOW REMOVAL REMINDERS
Snow removal for the entire property including walks, roads and parking lots is done by our maintenance staff. Snow removal is typically started after 2” of snow has fallen. If we get 2” of snow, and snow is still falling, we may wait for the snow to stop before snow removal is started in full force.
We typically first plow the streets and the center of the parking lots as well as removing snow from the walks. Once vehicles start moving from the lots, we will begin plowing the entire lot. It is particularly important; all vehicles be moved from the lot to the streets so that the lot can be fully plowed. An empty lot can be plowed within minutes. A lot with vehicles in it will take much longer. Once your lot has been plowed, move vehicles back into the parking lot. Do not park your vehicle overnight on the streets—even if your lot did not get plowed.
We will text updates during the snow removal process. Please make sure we have your cell phone number, so you are receiving the information.
Clean all the snow off from your vehicle and be prepared to move it when it is time for your lot to be plowed.
If you are leaving town and need to leave your vehicle parked, please make arrangements with someone to move it from the lot during snow clean up.
Vehicles not moved after a snowstorm are subject to being tagged and towed at the owners expense.
Our goal is to get the snow and ice removed efficiently and safely as possible.
It is that time of year again for sub-zero temperatures. Please protect yourself from freezing water pipes by keeping the temperature up in your home even if you are away. Keeping the cupboards doors under the sinks open will help keep the water lines warmer. In extreme conditions where there are sub-zero temperatures with high wind conditions, allow the faucet to run slowly.
FREE CHRISTMAS TREE DROP OFF SITES
The City of Ann Arbor will again provide drop-off locations for free disposal of Christmas trees, Monday, Dec. 13, 2021-Monday, Jan. 17, 2022, since trees are not collected curbside at residences. All tree stands, nails, ornaments, tinsel, and plastic items must be removed from the trees and discarded. The collected evergreens are chipped into mulch or composted. Any metal, glass or plastic ornaments left on the tree can ruin the processing equipment, harm the operators, and spoil the landscaping mulch. Since wreaths and evergreen roping are generally made with wire or plastic backing, these items should be placed inside trash carts.
Four Park locations will be open for Christmas tree drop offs during normal park hours, 6 a.m.–10 p.m.:
Olson Park parking lot, 1515 Dhu Varren Road, near Pontiac Trail.
Southeast Area Park located on Ellsworth at Platt. Trees may be left at the dirt lot north of the basketball courts.
West Park parking lot off Chapin near West Huron Street.
Gallup Boat Launch parking lot (not the Gallup Livery), entrance on the southeast side of Geddes Road, East of Huron Parkway.
The Chapel Hill staff appreciated all the treats brought in by co-owners and residents. Thank you very much!
CONDO SALES 2021
Quality Water Matters
The January issue of Ann Arbor Quality Water Matters includes an overview of important projects that were completed in 2021 as well as annual data for 1,4-dioxane concentrations and PFOS and PFOA concentrations in the city’s drinking water since 2017. The link below takes you to the newsletter.
Ann Arbor is opening new recycling facilityhttps://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/11/ann-arbor-opening-new-recycling-plant-heres-what-not-to-put-in-curbside-bins.html
Chapel Hill is currently recruiting for seasonal lawn maintenance crew and lifeguards for May through September 2022.