Announcements

OCTOBER 12, 2021 BOARD MEETING—7:00pm VIA ZOOM
Please join in the monthly Board meeting for information about current goings-on at Stonegate. Also, please bring your concerns.  Below is the ZOOM LINK:
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MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT                         September 29, 2021
Nomination paperwork has arrived and I want to encourage anyone who would like to join the Board to please complete and return the form. We need to work together to continue making improvements and moving in a positive direction! 🙂
Please keep in mind our pipes, roads/lots, and tennis court are all old. These are big items that will need to be done in coming years. The road will most likely hang on longer than the pipes and tennis court. We’ve been trying to save where we can in hopes to start tackling some of this. I wanted to mention this for the transparency so everyone has the same information.
Side Note for anyone unable to join the zoom calls:   Work is still being done. Concrete patchwork is being done by Nick in between work orders and as weather permits. Light fixtures for Buildings 1-9 are still pending.  This was put on hold while the contractors figured out how to have the lights placed properly. The handful that had been installed incorrectly will be fixed. This should be starting back up in a couple of weeks and will hopefully move at a good pace. Roofs/gutters that had issues last winter have been looked at and addressed. I believe there’s only one building left to be addressed upon the roofer’s return. Landscape work behind Building 3 has been approved and should be starting soon.
As for committees, please see list of committees available on this site. If you have an interest, you can submit your name directly on the website. Committee size can vary but we’d need at least 2 members.  We haven’t had any committees for some time so it’d be great if anyone was interested.
Tania Cruz
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September 9, 2021

A great big  “Thanks”  to Julie and Joanne from Patrician Associates for their quick and professional response to our water main break on Wednesday.  Patti Coppla learned of the break around 5:30am and by the time she contacted Julie shortly after, Julie already was informed and had the contractor on the way to Stonegate. They arrived by 6:30am and Joanne was on-site early morning as well.  Julie was in touch with Patti throughout the day.  The break in the main near the 800 building was quite large-—a 4 1/2 foot crack in the pipe. The pipe had to be cut and a new pipe connected.  The contractor was here again today completing the paving of the road.  

We appreciate the patience and understanding of all.  This was certainly a huge inconvenience but on the plus side, it was handled promptly and well.  Thank you again, Julie and Joanne and Patti!!

APPLIANCES WILL NO LONGER BE PICKED UP ON BULK PICK UP DAYS.  Please call Stanhope Boro Hall for information on how to properly dispose of these items. 

HONEYWELL ALERT SYSTEM –  Please register with our management company at 973-284-0900 to receive  calls/texts/emails/alerts regarding Stonegate Village.

There is an uptick in the amount of dog feces throughout the complex and especially in front of Building 20. Please read the “pet regulations”–the town ordinance and Stonegate regulations require cleaning up after your pet.

The Board is seeking unit owners to fill committee seats.  If you would like an opportunity to get involved, please see the “Committees” tab on the home page.

Reminder – All cats and dogs are required to be licensed. The license is available through the Borough Clerk’s office at 77 Main Street, Stanhope during the hours of 8:30am – 4:30pm.  2021 licenses acquired after April 30th may incur a late penalty.

COMMON AREA REGULATIONS:

  1. Remove toys, bikes, chairs, tables and other items from the common area so the lawn care service can mow all areas.
  2. UNDER DECK STORAGE:  NO automotive tools/materials or construction tools/materials can be stored under decks or on the common element.