Meeting with Craig Wallace of SRB on June 12th, 2017 (the Contractor)
Chris Painter met with Mr. Wallace on site inside the Villas. During our walk through, he mentioned several areas of concern and noted that the roads are beginning to deteriorate significantly. In addition to the cracking, he also noted that the ramps no longer meet code and that they would have to be reconstructed to meet code.
He gave me a very rough estimate of the cost to complete the project but we have determined not to release that preliminary number at this time. We want to wait to see what the report says after an in-depth analysis has been completed.
We have received the preliminary engineering analysis from SRB. This report is for us to present to the city for review and acceptance. What should be understood about the price is that this cost will be payed from each homeowner in the Villas. It will be spread over fifteen years per home through taxes. More information will be available at a later date as we move through the process.
Next Steps: Working with the City (8/1/2017)
Now that we have received the engineering analysis, we have made contact with the City and are awaiting their response. We are hoping to have an answer in the next 6-8 weeks on whether or not to move forward with this project. If you have questions you may direct them to Chris Painter, President. President@silverhawkhoa.com
We are still awaiting a response from the City. We have reached out to the manager once again and will try to contact him this week for answers on our next step.
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