FIRE MARSHAL INSPECTION OF SINGLE BEDROOM UNITS APRIL 8TH

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THE NEW MILFORD FIRE MARSHAL’S OFFICE WILL BE CONDUCTING ON SITE INSPECTIONS OF ALL SINGLE BEDROOM UNITS ON SATURDAY APRIL 8TH THE FIRE MARSHAL WILL BE CHECKING FOR THE
FOLLOWING:WORKING SMOKE DETECTORS AND CHECKING FOR SMOKE DETECTORS OLDER THAN 10 YEARS. PROPERLY MARKED ELECTRICAL SERVICE PANELS AND FOR MISSING CIRCUIT BREAKERS. UPPER UNITS ARE NO LONGER ALLOWED TO HAVE ANY OPEN FLAME GAS GRILLS DUE TO A CHANGE IN NATIONAL FIRE REQUIREMENTS. ELECTRIC GRILLS WILL BE THE ONLY TYPE ALLOWED ON 2ND FLOOR DECKS.

ALL LOWER UNITS WITH GAS GRILLS WITH 20LB PROPANE TANKS, MUST KEEP THE TANKS 5 FT FROM ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS WHEN NOT IN USE AND 10 FT FROM ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS WHEN THE GRILL IS OPERATING.

INSPECTING FOR THE USE OF EXTENSION CORDS. THE USE OF POWER STRIPS IS RECOMMENDED.

ALL MAIN ENTRY DOORS TO INDIVIDUAL UNITS SHALL SELF CLOSE.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND UNDERSTANDING.

TICK SPRAYING UPDATE 2016 SEASON

Unfortunately, because of the filing of a frivolous complaint with the State DEEP, the final tick spraying will not take place this year.

A resident filed a complaint against Tick Guard, a family-owned, reputable Connecticut business that has been giving the Aspetuck Community great service for a number of years.

The DEEP investigated the complaint and found that the company followed all Regulations and Rules.

As you may know, historically the Company applies a non-toxic spray three times every year but due to this complaint, Tick Guard will not complete the 3 part program.

Not only has this cost the Association the risk of an incomplete program that addresses the health and safety of our residents and children but we have also been forced to spend money for legal advice and a partial application.

The Board requests that any concerns about our contractors be brought to our Management Company or the Board before making complaints to any regulatory agencies.

Thank you for your support.