The tennis courts and shuffleboard courts have been professionally cleaned and are in like-new condition and open for play. Shuffleboard cues and pucks are in the garage opposite the tennis court. The cues and pucks are immediately on the right inside the garage. Put the cues and pucks back in the garage after playing. Keys to the garage and tennis court are available from Maurice at 973-812-4177.
Weather permitting; Macchione Paving Plus will start the paving project on Monday, September 9th. The work will be done in two sections.
- One half (Main Street Entrance). (Pink Side-Phase 1)
- The 2nd half (Van Ness Ave) will be done the following day. (Green Side-Phase 2).
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Access to the roadway coming into the complex will be cut in half. All residents and visitors will have to exit and enter on the same side of the road until the project is complete.
The job will require the re-routing of traffic and the relocation of vehicles for a period of one (1) night each (Monday night, September 9th and Tuesday night, September 10th).
Owners can walk on the asphalt 2 hours after paving.
Cars will not be able to drive on the new asphalt surface for 12 hours.
To help contribute toward a smooth operation, please observe the following directions.
Monday, September 9th – All vehicles parked on the Main Street side (pink).
All vehicles parked on the Main Street side must have their cars out of this area no later than 10 PM on Sunday, September 8th.
Tuesday, September 10th – All vehicles parked on the Van Ness side (green).
All vehicles parked on the Van Ness side must have their cars out of this area no later than 10 PM on Monday, September 9th.
Garages will not be accessible during this project. You will not be able to get in and out of the garages while the paving is being done.
Anyone who will be on vacation or is not able to move their vehicles during this time must get their car key to a neighbor 24 hours prior to paving.
You can park your vehicle(s) on any street in Little Falls overnight as there is no ordinance for overnight parking. No identification is necessary.
Anyone who suffers from asthma or any related breathing conditions, please keep all windows closed during this time.
If rain is forecast, notices will be distributed to all residents with the revised schedule. If you have any questions, please contact Management at 973-790-1200 ext. 106.
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.
All the parking areas and the roadway will be replaced with new paving to keep Tulip Gardens in excellent condition.
The paving will take place over several days later this summer. The work will be planned so there is as little inconvenience as possible.
You will receive written notification of the dates and instructions on the steps you need to take during the paving and re-striping of parking spaces.
Any questions? Call Hampton Management; 973.790.1200
The ash borer epidemic has invaded Tulip Gardens. After consulting with the arborist from BrightView, the 9 ash trees in the best condition and in the most strategic locations were identified for treatment. The remaining ash trees will be removed.
On July 3, the arborist treated these 9 trees by injecting insecticide into the tree trunks. This must be repeated every two years for 10 years.The treatment is 85% effective. The trees receiving treatment are in the center courtyard plus the huge 110-year-old ash tree on the west side of building 10.
One of the benefits of pruning and treating these trees is that it stimulates growth, so the canopies of the trees will flourish.
Please be advised that the replacement of the dumpster enclosures will begin within one week or so. The new enclosures are made of cedar and will be left in its natural state, so as to match the existing cedar shingles on the buildings.
In addition, bollards will also be installed within the enclosures to prevent dumpsters from hitting the back of the enclosure when dumpsters are lowered (during garbage pick-up). Bollards should prevent damage to the back of the enclosure, thus eliminating the cost of constant repairs to the enclosures.
Two bollards will be installed in each of the five dumpster enclosures. Bollards are made of four inch iron pipe, which will be sunk three feet into the ground and stand four feet above ground. Concrete will surround the pipe in the ground. The bollard is filled with concrete and will have a metal cap.
Should you have any questions and/or concerns regarding this correspondence, please contact the Management Office at 973-790-1200 ext. 106 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.