Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Newsletter Update 5

Newsletter Update 5

Contracts and Savings

PRBOD were able to renegotiate the following contracts:

Management Contract
Old - Canlight Hall Management $103,000.00
New - Simsons Management $82,500.00 (difference of $20,500.00 annually)

Building Insurance
Old - $69,225.73
New - $43,950.00 (difference of $25,275.73 annually)
Please note that our coverage remains the same at $60,000,000.00 and with the same conditions.
Total savings of $45,775.73

Place Royale Event

Place Royale Board of Directors in Collaboration with La Main dan La Main will be hosting an Expo on February 23rd 2014. Time 1-6pm. Location Party Room. Place Royale will be featured in the City of Mississauga Blog and the media have also been invited. Please come and participate.

Welcome to Simsons Management
PRBOD would like to welcome Simsons Management to our building. The office hours are now more convenient for residents; please see schedule below:

Mon: 11-7pm
Tue: 11-7pm
Thu: 11-7pm
Sat: 9-12 noon

Pre-Authorized Payments

Pre-authorized payments are in effect now and you should see the fees for February deducted from your accounts. If you have not submitted your preauthorized payments; please see management office. Thank you for signing up.

New Board Member

PRBOD is pleased to welcome Mr. Mohammad Farmanbar to the board as the fifth member. We are looking forward to Mr. Farmanbar’s contribution to the building. Thank you Mr. Farmanbar for your service.

Place Royale Board of Directors

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Please be advised that all dryer vents in Units will be cleaned by DH CONDO SERVICES starting February 24th, 2014. Following schedule will be maintained to complete all units. We expect to finish three floors per day.

Monday, February 24th: Pent House – 18th Floor
Tuesday February 25th: 17thFloor – 15th Floor
Wednesday, February 26th: 14th – 11th Floor
Thursday, February 27th: 10th – 8th Floor
Friday, February 28th: 7th – 5th Floor
Monday, March 3rd: 4th – Ground Floor

Starting 9AM each day till 5PM

Access to your unit is necessary to complete this work. If you unable to be home or the Dryer Vent Cleaning Team cannot get access to your unit for some reason, they will move on to the next unit – and continue on. Cleaning the dryer vents in a unit takes about half an hour depending on how much lint build-up is present and how difficult it is to have full access to the vents. Therefore, Management won’t be able to give you the approximate time of technician’s arrival to your unit.

Please make arrangements to have someone home. If you cannot be at home, Management Staff or a Concierge will go with technician to complete the work in your unit. Otherwise, a second visit will be scheduled and the costs may be charged back to your suite account.

NOTE: The Dryer Vent Cleaning Company does not require the dryers to be moved, all inside cleaning is done through the lint trap on the dryer. Access to reach the dryer vent, the auxiliary lint trap and exhaust fan motor should be allowed. Residents are to remove any valuable articles, furnishings that may be damaged because of their proximity to the dryer vent. If you have a pet, please make sure that they are tied to a leash and away from dryer vent in your suite.

Your cooperation is very much appreciated.

Saturday, February 01, 2014

OnSite Defibrillator

OnSite Defibrillator 

OnSite Defibrillator now available at Security
In case of emergency Call 911 immediately!

Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on a person who is having Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) can save the person's life!

If someone is having SCA, you may see him or her suddenly collapse and pass out. Or, you may find the person unconscious and unable to respond when you call or shake him or her.

The person may not be breathing, or he or she may have an abnormal breathing pattern. If you check, you usually can't find a pulse. The person's skin may become dark or blue from lack of oxygen. Also, the person may not move, or his or her movements may look like a seizure.

An AED will check the person's heart rhythm and determine whether an electric shock is needed to try to restore a normal rhythm.

Product Features: 
- Simple to operate, Turns on with easy-to-use pull handle
- Guided audio instruction, Talks you through your training
- SMART Biphasic therapy, Safely delivers maximum shock strength
- Built-in self test, Ready when needed
- Quick Shock feature, Minimize chest compression interruptions
- Integrated SMART pads, Senses application to patient skin
- Visual queues, Clear intuitive icon driven operation

Product Information - Philips

Training Information - Guide