Subject: Weekly: Calendar Reminders & Agenda 10/18/21
Don’t miss this week’s Meetings!
Owners/residents are strongly encouraged to attend meetings so mark your calendars now, set your reminders, and plan to tune in from the comfort of your home. Please note that everyone is encouraged to wear a mask. Online meeting and call-in number information for each meeting is provided on the portal and website calendars. See https://188.8.131.52/calendar/ for meeting details.
- BOARD MEETING TONIGHT IS CANCELED!
- Newsletter Committee Meeting, Tuesday, October 19th at 3pm
Or call in (audio only)+1 469-998-6204,,731479257# United States, Dallas
Phone Conference ID: 731 479 257#
- Covenants Committee Meeting, Tuesday, October 19th at 5pm
Or call in (audio only)+1 469-998-6204,,518587935# United States, Dallas
Phone Conference ID: 518 587 935#
- Landscape Committee Meeting, Tuesday, October 19th at 6pm
Or call in (audio only)+1 469-998-6204,,699889780# United States, Dallas
Phone Conference ID: 699 889 780#
Hose bibs must be shut off by Monday, November 1st
Just a reminder to residents that hose bibs must be shut off by Monday, November 1st. Maintenance will start installing the hose bib covers on November 2nd.
Per QL Rules & Regs:
2.13 (h) Water pressure to outside hose bibs must be shut off, and hoses disconnected and drained by residents no later than November 1 of each year and remain shut off until March 31. Landlords shall notify and ensure that their tenants comply with this section. If not in compliance, the unit owner or his/her tenant responsible for damaging the unit or neighboring units, limited common elements and/or common elements will be responsible for the damage in accordance with the Queen’s Landing governing documents and the Maryland Condominium Act.
It’s that time again – time to prepare your condo for winter. Below, I have outlined two items to attend to by November 1st as well as some additional information of what to do during freezing temperatures or if you are going to be away for an extended period of time and other maintenance items you should complete inside your unit.
- BY NOVEMBER 1 – Please turn off the water to your outside hose bibs from the inside shut off; remove any hoses that are attached; drain the water that may be in the line and leave the faucet open. This is very important to avoid frozen pipes and to allow Maintenance to start installing faucet protectors on the hose bibs next week. IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHERE THE SHUT OFF VALVE IS LOCATED, ARE OUT OF TOWN AND DID NOT TURN OFF THE EXTERIOR HOSE BIB VALVE BEFORE LEAVING OR YOU ARE HAVING A HARD TIME TURNING THE VALVE OFF PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY! We will send someone over to assist you.
- Identify the location for the main water shutoff in your home. Find out how it works in case you have to use it and make sure everyone in your family knows where the water shutoff valve is and how to open and close it. If you have a fire protection sprinkler system in your unit make sure you know what valve that is as this is a separate valve from the main and the fire suppression system MUST BE LEFT ON! We recommend you mark that valve as the fire suppession system. If you need assistance with this, please contact the office
Message from COSC
An Evening with Jay Fleming, Photographer-
Just a reminder that on Saturday, October 30th, from 5:30 PM to 7 PM, Queens Landing will have the honor of hosting nationally renowned photographer, Jay Fleming.
He is considered one of the two foremost marine photographers in the Chesapeake area, along with David Harp, and the foremost artist when it comes to the men and women working the bay. Here is a great article on the history of photography and its leading lights historically and now:
Having the chance to meet and speak with Jay outside of a gallery exhibition is a rare thing and we hope many of you will take the opportunity to sign-up right away.
Please sign-up here for this FREE Event. We’ll even provide Coffee and Cake.
QL Neighbors, The COSC team would like to present something extremely exciting, which we’ve been looking forward to for several months. Famed local Photographer and Documentarian Jay Fleming will come to the Chester Room at the Clubhouse on Saturday, October 30th, from 5:30 to 7 PM, to do a presentation of his work on the Chesapeake for over 20 years, including photos and film done for numerous magazines, exhibitions, documentaries, calendars, prints, and his 3 books, the newest of which, Island Life, is about to hit the shelves. He also does photography workshops where he takes small groups out for 1-3 days and teaches them what he does at remote locales throughout the bay. We really hope this event is extremely well-attended and want to get a count of how many residents plan to attend. Don’t miss this unique opportunity! It is totally free and we’ll provide coffee and cake, as well… You just need to show up, meet Jay, watch to his presentation and if you’d like to purchase a book, get one signed
Meets every Friday at 1pm in the Chester Room. New players welcome.
Men’s Exercise Group*
Meets every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 am at the clubhouse.
If you would like to get other notices for activities for this group, share your ideas for a class, share tips, etc. click this link “Men’s Exercise” and join the group. This is a free activity.
Meets every Saturday at 9 am at the clubhouse. If you would like to get other notices for activities for this group, share your ideas for onsite and offsite walks click this link “Walking Group” and join the group. This is a free activity.
Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8am and Wednesday evening at 6pm at the tennis courts. If you would like to get connected with others click this link “Pickleball” and join the group. This is free activity.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: All group leaders are strictly volunteers and are not certified instructors. These groups are intended to get together those that have common interests. Exercise is not without its risks and this or any other exercise program may result in injury. Any person who undertakes these exercises does so at their own risk. To reduce the risk of injury you should consult your doctor before beginning these or any other exercise program. As with any exercise program, if at any point during your workout you believe conditions to be unsafe or begin to feel faint or dizzy, have physical discomfort, or pain, you should stop immediately and consult a physician.