A leak behind a wall was discovered today that will required a building 3 water shut down 4/23/2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The plumbers are currently onsite, and will patch the leak for the evening. Tomorrow the water will be restored as soon as the repairs are made. We will inform you when the water is restored.
Palermo Owners and Residents,
The purpose of this email is to inform you of a building wide water shut down on Wednesday April 28th, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The booster pump that provides domestic water pressure to all units is being replaced.
A Helpful Tip: Fill water receptacles prior to the water shut down for use during the day. You can refill the tank of your toilet with water receptacles you fill prior to the shut down to continue using the restroom/s.
Thank you for your patience and understanding with this building component replacement.
Please break down all of your boxes and bring them to the trash rooms. Items that appear to fit in the shoots can shift on their way down, and get lodged sideways to create blockage. Clogged shoots creates an avoidable danger to the staff. Thank you for taking the extra time to take boxes, or large trash items to the trash rooms.
The fire inspections have concluded. You will not hear ringing in your unit that is related to testing anymore without being notified prior by email. Any ringing of the alarms without prior notification should be treated as an emergency, and prompt you to evacuate the building.
All wall devices that were found to be deficient have been replaced. There were multiple units where sprinkler deficiencies were identified. Management will contact those units individually to schedule the replacement of the deficient sprinkler heads.
Your patience and cooperation though this required testing is greatly appreciated.
The in unit fire testing will begin on 4/12/2021 at 9:00 am. Unfortunately, the inspectors could not provide us with a schedule for what units will be tested each day. Please be aware that the alarms will be going off in all 230 units each time a unit is being inspected. This will make working from home very challenging because you will hear your devices sounding multiple times during the days of testing. The alarms can also be a concern for pet owners.
Do not tamper with the devices in your unit to attempt to silence them. Tampering with your in unit devices is illegal, and would compromise the safety of other residents because the devices are interconnected. All devices must remain connected to pass the fire inspection.
We understand that this in unit testing is a great challenge for many residents, and we wish there was an alternative approach for the inspections.
Your patience, and cooperation is greatly appreciated through the course of the required testing.