Friday, February 24, 2012

Parking, Keys, Pool and Knology

(Sent via email to those who have provided their address to the office, reproduced here FYI)

Reminder: Trailers, Boats and Unit Keys

To:  Residents/Owners
FromTurnipseed, Roxanne (
Sent:Tue 2/21/12 4:33 PM
Good morning,
With Spring and Summer fast approaching, Board President Barbara Simmons has asked me to remind everyone of that no trailers (including boat, watercraft, work or personal) may be placed, parked or stored on the property for more than four hours unless repair work or ground maintenance is being performed.

In other words, owners and residents may not bring their Jet Skis, boats or other watercraft onto the property parking lot if it is to be left for more than four hours.
In the past, several owners have parked their trailers in the Nautilus parking lot for several days while they were on property, ignoring the warning tags that were placed on the trailers. While we understand the desire to bring watercraft, boats, etc., there is not room on the property for all owners to have these on property.

This year, fines will be levied for those failing to comply, and towing the trailer will take place if it is left on property longer than the allotted four hour period. For your convenience, you may use the property's side pedestrian gate and park the trailers outside the property near that area.
Please be aware of this and other condominium rules when coming onto property, or allowing guests to stay in your condominium.
Also, please make sure the Association has a key to your unit. Knology will soon begin site work and will need access to every unit during the installation process.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at any time!
We are looking forward to a great Spring and Summer here at Nautilus Cove, and the pool should be open by March 1, and will be open year-round!

Pool hours are 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. currently, and then 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. May-August. When water conditions are out of balance, a sign will be posted indicated the pool's closure until which time the chemical balance is restored to let owners and residents know the status.