We are happy to announce that the new building access system, ButterflyMX, is scheduled to go live on October 19! If you have not registered for a ButterflyMX account or would like to verify that you are registered in the system, please email me at email@example.com. Invitation emails were sent several weeks ago but we are showing several residents have not activated their account yet.
Your existing fobs will still be operational with the new system, but it is important that you create an account with ButterflyMX to be added to the directory and to be able to provide access for your guests. We hope that you will enjoy this new system!
This notice is to inform that Cornerstone Managing Partners has been contracted by the Board of Directors to oversee the re-roofing project at the building, which will be performed by RSI Roofing. This project is scheduled to begin on Monday, September 13, 2021 and is anticipated to end on Friday, October 22, 2021 (weather permitting). Please review the attached notice provided by Cornerstone which has detailed information regarding the schedule and scope of the project, and important information regarding what residents can expect during the project. If you have questions about this notice, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annual Meeting of the Membership is scheduled for September 8, 2021 at 6:30PM. You will receive your ballot in the mail shortly if you haven’t already. Please be sure to fill our your ballot and return back to the Inspectors of Election (address listed on ballot envelope), or you are welcome to bring your ballot to the Annual Meeting day-of at the lobby. The Solara Lofts bylaws require a minimum quorum of 25% of Owners, so please be sure to turn in your ballot so that we can have a successful election of the Board of Directors!
If you have any questions regarding the ballot/voting materials, please contact email@example.com.
We would like to kindly remind everyone about trash & cardboard box disposal. There was an incident this weekend where a resident caused a gigantic trash chute backup when they stuffed the shoot full with large pieces of furniture and other articles. One of the chairs stuffed down the trash chute was not even taken apart, the entire thing stuffed down the shoot, which backed up the trash chute several floors high. In addition to the chairs, broken up furniture pieces, and other unauthorized articles stuffed down the shoot, there was a large door just left in the trash room – which is also against Solara Lofts rules.
We know nobody likes a clogged trash chute that stops working – so let’s all do our part and follow these simple rules:
Do not put any boxes down the trash chute
Break down boxes and dispose of broken down, flattened boxes in the trash room or in the recycling bins inside the garage
Follow the rule of thumb: if it’s larger than a 2L soda bottle, take it down the trash room for disposal
Seal all trash before throwing it down the trash chute
Large items such as mattresses, appliances, and furniture should NOT be left in the trash room or in common areas
Please call a junk or waste servicer for bulk item disposal for any large items