Our contract with the current electric/water provider, Natonwide Energy Partners (NEP) will terminate as of June 30, 2016. Effective July 1, 2016, our new electric provider will be American Electric Power (AEP). We have already taken the necessary steps to have AEP check out the infrastructure and the electric meters. Everything is going as planned and this should be a smooth transition with minimal, if any, disruption of service to our owners. We have also selected Pioneer Energy Management (PEM) as our water/sewage provider. A water meter inventory test has been done to ensure all meters can be read. All transition measures are in place and this change should also go smoothly with no interruption in services.
M&D Paving plan to begin work on the replacement of the asphalt in Phase 1 on Monday, June 13th. They posted a notice on the Phase 1 mailbox station and on each unit affected on Monday, June 6th (see file below) so residents have ample notice. Blockades will be placed at the front and back of Phase 1. Weather permitting, M&D should have the old asphalt up by Tuesday and the tar-like sticky membrane down by Wednesday. They will lay the new asphalt on Thursday and Friday, so 5 or 6 days weather permitting. All residents in Phase 1 must have their cars moved from the designated areas by 7:30 am on June 13th. Cars not moved will be relocated on the property using a tow truck at the owner’s expense.
Parking is permitted on adjacent parking lots and in the strip center parking lot next door by Pet Supplies and Office Max.
In mid-July, M&D Paving will begin the next cycle of paving in Phase 2. They will start at the back of Phase 2 and work forward. Because Phase 2 is so large, they will pave it in two sections with a break in between. They will stripe everything as they finish the paving in that section, and will replace all speed bumps that were removed.
We know this will be a big inconvenience for our residents, but the Board asks for your cooperation and patience as we move through this work. The improvement will be well worth the inconvenience. The work should be finished before the Labor Day holiday.
In order to better utilize the services of our Special Duty Police Officers, we have set up a special email address for residents of Waggoner Park to report issues affecting our community; i.e., illegal dumping, illegal access to pools and fitness centers, speeding violations within the community, suspicious persons or activity, etc. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Police Officers will not respond directly to emails sent to this address unless there is a need for more information. As always, if you have a medical, fire, or other emergency, please call 911 or the Columbus Police at 645-4545.
Welcome to the new Waggoner Park Condominium Association web site! We have recently redesigned the website to eliminate the hassles of needing to get a user name and password to access sections of the web site, such as clubhouse rentals. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the web site or its contents, please e-mail the Board of Directors or contact our property manager.
Board of Directors:
Mary Franklin, President
Paul Elswick, SecretarySpecial Duty Officers:
Waggoner Park is managed by:
Laura Neidig, Property Manager
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