Lots of New Neighbors
Posted By kdub on October 14, 2016
Marina Strand Maintenance and Management have had a very busy summer with lots of activity and lots of questions from all the prospective and new owners entering escrows, getting loans and moving in to the community.
Every building has had changes. Some long time owners decided to take advantage of the rise in their property values and have moved in many cases, far away. We won’t see them visiting very often and are sad to see them go.
New owners of all ages and areas are thrilled to be moving into Marina Strand. They can’t believe the location and the vacation like setting that they are living in every day. We welcome you all. We recently had a new baby girl be born after her parents had barely lived at Marina Strand for just a few weeks. Welcome, Charlotte.
We have some growing pains and I will bring up some issues that new owners may not realize:
Barbecues located on front porch/door areas must be covered when not in use.
Propane cannot be stored for future use, at your front door area.
Front door areas must be kept tidy and not used as storage areas.
Units cannot be used as short term rentals.
Owners pay for our buildings to be access controlled and patrolled nightly by security guards. We don’t expect visitors to be wandering around as they would in a hotel.
Visitor parking is precious. Don’t abuse the privilege by having roommates park in visitor parking, nightly.
If you want to use the pool area near your unit for a party, you may do so by applying through Action. Any gathering over 8 people requires an application and a deposit. Keep the Action number handy.
800 400 2284. The night time Security guards should also be in your cell phones. They are patrolling through the complex and the garages from 9:30pm each night until 5:30 am.
James is on patrol Monday-Friday at 661 414-6266
Desmond is on patrol Saturday, Sunday and Holidays – 323 921-4422
Call them if you are concerned about some activity or suspicious person.
Thank you and welcome to Marina Strand Colony #1 HOA.
Karen Bennett, Community Manager