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9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month. Our next meeting will be held November 17th, 2022, at 6 p.m. at the clubhouse. If you would like to attend the meeting, please email admin@chapelhillA2.com .
Candidates’ Night will be held on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. The event will start at 7 p.m. and will take place in the Association’s clubhouse. This is an excellent time to meet with the co- owners running for a seat on the Board of Directors and to discuss any issues that you may have.
If you would like to run for a seat on the Board, please contact the office and/or attend Candidates’ Night.
The Annual Meeting
Wednesday, December 7th, 2022 at 7pm at the clubhouse
- Look for any signs of leaks under sinks and around toilets. It’s much better to catch a small leak before it becomes a larger problem. An undetected leak in your unit can not only cause damage to your unit, but also to a neighboring unit, which could leave you with potential liability.
- Check your water heater for any signs of corrosion, and have it repaired if necessary. Unfortunately, a lot of times water heaters are out of sight, which means out of mind.
- Change your HVAC filters. Changing your filters is not a once a season task; these should be changed more frequently based on the type of filter you have installed. Clogged air filters are one of the main sources of system failure, higher energy bills, and poor temperature regulation.
- Clean your exhaust fan filter under your range hood. It is important to do this on a consistent basis as the fan reduces cooking fumes and odors, toxic chemicals, smoke, and grease.
Smoke alarm maintenance
- Cleaning – Just like your refrigerator or laundry machines, dust and residue can build up in a smoke alarm and diminish its ability to detect smoke. We recommend that people vacuum the device once or twice a year, following the manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines.
- Don’t Wait for the Chirp – Batteries on a smoke alarm will usually last around a year. To ensure the device is working every single day of the year, set an annual reminder on your phone to ensure that you remember to replace the batteries every year.
- Replacement – Smoke alarms should be replaced about every 10 years. If you are unsure of the age or functionality of the detector, switch it out immediately for safe measure.
- Monthly Check – Set a reminder on your phone to check the performance of the smoke detector. Hold the test button and wait for the ear-piercing signal. If it sounds weak or you do not hear anything after a few seconds, replace your batteries immediately.
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The Pumpkin Painting event…
Young artists at work