Wednesday 11:00 AM Meeting with Area B management & sales.Hopeful attendances:• Coop member: Tom Derrig• Area B Management/Sales/Maintenance Team: Tom, Camille & Mary• If available: Todd & Doug
HVAC issues:Condition of asbestos wrapped duct work in thebasement and cleaning the duct work along withnotifying potential buyers that this is NOT an asbestosfree dwelling (REQUIRED BY PF BLDG CODE ck with Jan Timm to verifyyourselves).
Area B Coop definition of excessive plasteringcaused by wall paper and paneling removal that the member is responsible for? Asbestos in plaster board/edging issue.
Finished basement electrical issues:Since the basement can not be used for sleeping, why is this metal encased wiring an issue for the finished basement area?
Nicor Gas meter issues and concerns:Relocation of this gas meter and regulator to mirror image 11 & . 9 Bender Rd GREAT TIME TO GET THESE BOMB OUT OF THE 13 & 15 Bender Coops.
Since this is a carport unit, can the basement stairs remain carpeted for Major Safety Reasons along w/new carpeting sothat these old carpet strips can be reused and the floor drain and window well piping can once again be hidden under the carpet?
Electrical Issues for the Kitchen:Old 220 V Electrical outlet behind the stove whichprevents cabinet drawer from being fully openedalong with 220V electrical cable in the basement!
Carpet removal prior to sale issues andconcerns: As found on stairs and tools required to remove50+ 60 year old staples from steps and 2nd floor bedroom entry ways. What other tools would help with this effort?
Current wall outlet/switches/wiring issues& concerns:Can this cover be left? Should it be removed andreplace with a 19¢ cheapie? Should it/they remain offthe wall until after the painting is done? Will old outletsand switches be updated along with the wiring?
Discolored Vinyl Windows and StormDoor Issues:Vinyl window hardware rust and discoloration from the sunwhich is the Southernly exposure. Mold build up issues on frontstorm doors which is the Northernly exposure. Multiplecleanings with Fantastic and TSP do NOT work.
Problem with a very Large Raccoonliving under this Coop’s front porch as of Monday – Reported to Camille! Using clip ON cover for easy cleaning. Note the size of the big guy opening under the window!
Coop Bathroom Issues and Concerns: • New Bathroom cabinets that sales stated had to be removed prior to doing any Coop work in the basement! Why? Bathroom was just painted when the units piping was revised!
Can’t I provide a LOCK BOX for their(Coop) tools while working isgoing on upstairs and personal repairs are being complete by the me in the basement?
What is the scope of work/schedule that is currently planned for this Coop?
What exactly does the Coop do forthe $900 that they charge for selling a Coop?
If I can use Coop approved contractors to do all the Coop planned work myself, how much would I then have to pay for the Coop for selling this unit?• Painters, GC, kitchen remodeling, floor refinishing, etc.
Can the Area B Coop become a temporarylending institution while they spend up to 6weeks making repairs, painting, floorrefinishing, etc. Can they also carry theassociated cost until this unit sells?
Why have two other Area B members been turned down by the sales team for buying this unit?Al Foster was one and the retire CedarwoodMaintenance Guy and his wife were the 2nd denial.Both buyers had agreed to buy the unit & then assistme with getting this unit done so they could move in. Ialso promised Al, that as soon as he, his wife anddaughter moved in, that I would help him with themove and getting his 2 bedroom ready for sales!
IDEAS, CONCERNS, ISSUES, SUGGESTIONS AND STRESS! LIST OF OTHER OUTSTANDING ITEMS: HOLES IN CARPORT, CONDITION OF WOOD WINDOW LEDGES AND FRAMES, ETC, ETC, ETC.
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