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This is the newsletter for the tenants

May 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Welcome to all our new Clifton Views residents we hope you enjoy living at Clifton Views.

Thank you to all our residents that do help us keep Clifton Views tidy, safe and quiet!

DON’T FORGET!!!

WANT TO GET TO KNOW YOUR FELLOW NEIGHBOURS AND RESIDENTS?

Clifton Views has grown to the size of a small village and we want to get to know our fellow “villagers”  So let’s meet up for a VERY INFORMAL get together – kids, flat mates, partners, husband and wives – all members of our Clifton Views family on:

Sunday 6th May 2012

2.30pm

BBQ area nearest to the Residents Lounge (block 6)

BYO chair, something to drink and nibble on, toys for the kids!

Look forward to meeting you all

Ash and Sean McGinn Unit 802

Stand up Paddleboard Far North Queensland (SUP FNQ)

Stand up Paddleboard Far North Queensland's website is now live!!

www.supfnq.com.au

Once the stingers are gone we will be having a special launch day, kids paddle for free day and we hope you all can attend!

Bookings are essential as we have limited boards for now, but will be giving demonstrations and lessons all day.  Flyers, brochures and cards are in the process and we plan on keeping everyone up to date with our events.  Once we have secured a date for a launch day we will let you all know – or give us a call if you have any further enquiries!!

Chris or Kate on 0401 381 902 or visit us at Unit 1501 after 4.00pm.

Bookings essential

Heaps of fun and an easy way to enjoy fitness and the great outdoors!

CLIFTON CAPERS IS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!

Your local restaurant in walking distance!  Just head toward the beach you can’t miss us!

  • Family run business (Leeny and her mum Jen)
  • New menu, new décor, new staff
  • Take away menus will be available within the next week
  • Trading hours are:  Monday closed, Tuesday to Friday 3pm till late, Saturday and Sunday 11.30am – late (kitchen opens at 5.30pm)
  • Thirsty Thursdays – 2 for 1 cocktails, $5 basic spirits, $4 Aussie beers from 4 – 6pm
  • Sunday Sessions – 2 for 1 cocktails and live music every Sunday from 3 – 6pm

COME AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL RESTAURANT AND SAY HI TO THE NEW CREW AT CAPERS!

Lewis & Pheasant Nominees Pty Ltd takes no responsibility for the service received or quality of goods advertised in this newsletter from people/residents and businesses

 

STAIRWELLS

Please keep all stairwells neat and tidy and all pathways free of bikes, scooters, shoes and rubbish – thank you.  PLEASE do not leave rubbish in stairwells outside your door – this is a breach of the very simple body corporate by-laws.

If you receive mail that isn’t for you please do not leave on top of the letterboxes, Australia Post will not remove – the mail becomes rubbish!  Please return to the post office or dispose of the mail.

GARAGE SALES

The Body Corporate by-laws state that there is to be NO garage sales within the complex.  Thank you for not organizing these events.

A CONSTANT REMINDER IN A VERY LARGE COMPLEX!!

 

BIKE RIDING

One of our law enforcement residents has given us some very good advice.  The road rules that apply outside of this complex ALSO apply inside of this complex – this means ALL residents and children must wear safety gear when riding bikes and or scooters at all times and all residents should adhere to the speed limit inside the complex which is 10kph.  It really is frightening the lack of attention people pay when driving through the complex, going around the roundabout and children without safety gear.

 

 

 

 

AFTER HOURS NOISE

As you all are aware Body Corporate By-Laws state that all parties/noise is to be turned down at 11.00pm.  If we are called to attend a party or excessive noise after 11.00pm a call out fee of $80 will apply.  We encourage you to be able to approach the persons responsible in a calm manner to ask them to turn the noise down.  A CALM MANNER is the best approach – being aggressive and threatening will only fuel the situation.  If you are going to have friends over – let your neighbors know – and after 11.00pm maybe take the party elsewhere or inside and close your Lanai!  We are all living in close proximity to each other – that is community living and common courtesy is essential when it comes to noise.  Everyone’s tolerance is different.

If necessary call the Police but remember the Police have a very important job and their resources are best used not on noise control!

PARKING

As there is now an increase in Residents at Clifton Views parking will be an issue.  Can we strongly ask you to:

  1. Park in your own garage or allocated car space – NOT in someone else’s car space even if you think the apartment is empty or they are away – you are also responsible for your family and friends where they park!
  2. DO NOT park in front of the DO NOT PARK signs which are near the fire hydrants
  3. Do not park in front of your garage – double parked
  4. If you have 3 – 4 cars please be considerate to others that have 1 or 2 cars and that want to be able to have their visitors park in the visitors car spaces

We are not here to sort out parking complaints – pretty much common sense and courtesy to your neighbors – thank you.

CLOTHES/TOWELS ON BALCONIES

No clothes or towels or any items are to be hung on any balconies at any time – this is in the by-laws.  This includes clothes airer’s on bedroom balconies.

PETS AND VISITING PETS

Clifton Views Body Corporate does not allow/approve pets – also that includes visiting pets.  You cannot ‘babysit’ any pets at any time.  Thank you!

BODY CORPORATE UDPATE

The Body Corporate AGM is on this month.  We have now had the stairwells, pathways and budda’s pressure cleaned – they look great – also this month the line marking will start in stage 1 – we will need your help in removing cars whilst this is being done – we will give you plenty of notice – all lines and numbers will be re-marked.

 

THE GARBAGE ROOMS ARE NOT FOR HOUSEHOLD ITEMS – this week we removed a photocopier, coffee machine, vacuum cleaner and TV.  We can only keep asking residents not to be so inconsiderate and lazy when it comes to the bin rooms – we really don’t want to have to put cameras in there!  If this continues we will have no alternate but to do so.

For our new residents – our newsletter is an informative way to keep you all up to date on what is happening around the complex and a reminder of the very basic and common sense body corporate by-laws!  We have to repeat our by-laws often – Clifton Views will always have new residents and some of our current residents need reminding!!  If you wish to advertising anything in our newsletter please let us know, our office hours are on our front door or you may email us on admin@cliftonviewsapartments.com.au

Our monthly newsletter is something that we do ourselves at our own cost and our own time – we do this voluntarily.

 

If you witness any illegal behavior call the Police immediately.

Smithfield Police Station 4057 1900 or 000 in an emergency ONLY situation

 

Alison & Grant

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