The Four Seasons spent $20,591.52 on snow removal costs for the snowfall of March 21. & 22, 2018.
Per Weatherworks we had 13.4 inches of snow:20
Thanks to all our residents for your patience, cooperation, and understanding during this undertaking.
On Wednesday evening DTE began plowing throughout the community – this will include the driveway areas.
The snow and winds are very heavy, and that will impact the snow removal operations.
As of 4 AM this morning (Thursday), the snow began to taper off and it is expected that Four Seasons will have an accumulation of approximately 10 inches of snow.
Please do not venture out if you do not have to do so, and thank you for your patience and cooperation.
There are only punch list items to be completed and then sign off by Wall Township –
Here are some photos:
The following information came to our community from a resident and a Police Group. Chuck Braun checked out the information with Chief Brown of Wall Township and the Chief had Lt. Scerbo research it.
Per Lt. Scerbo this particular scam is not presently in our area, but they (Wall Police) are aware of it and we felt it should be passed on to our residents.BEWARE
The work is continuing in the kitchen. We had to have additional electrical work done to assure our Clubhouse is in compliance with current Electrical Codes.
The walls have been repaired and work is progressing.
With forecasts calling for heavy wind, rain, and snow in various parts of NJ, Management has contacted DTE and they are ready if we have a snow event.
We will update you as we receive the information.
The contractor found that some of the electrical work in our Clubhouse kitchen was not up to current Code; and that certain of our appliances now require dedicated power lines. We have had that work done and here are some shots of the work.
Added receptacles for microwave:
Receptacles behind refrigerators:
Relocated and added receptacles – sink side:
Wires run to service panel:
Wiring to install new instant hot:
The floor tiles are in and the cabinetry work has started – pictures below – the countertops and island top will be cut this week and then it should take a week+ to have them ready.
We did hit a few glitches – some of the crown molding had to be redone – Chuck is in contact with the vendor.
We are putting in some new outlets so that required additional electrical work + permits and assuring that all electrical work is up to Code for Wall Township. Our Clubhouse is 20 years old and the electrical code for Wall Township now requires dedicated lines for the refrigerators, so we are also getting that done.