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Springtime – May Flowers
May 3, 2022

With the warm weather finally here, we have been hard at work getting ready for the summer. Repair and maintenance projects are getting underway. Swimming pools are being readied for the coming season, sprinkler systems are being turned on, and landscaping is being upgraded and/or replaced to show off their colors. Now is a good time talk to your Property Manager about your ideas to improve the property and address issues that were delayed due to the cold weather. We wish everyone a happy spring as we look forward to a great summer!


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Cold Weather Prep
January 11, 2022

Tonight and tomorrow will be freezing temperatures with wind chills below zero. In order to avoid frozen pipes, there are some simple steps to take:

Let the cold water drip from a faucet served by exposed pipes. Running water through the pipe—even at a trickle—helps prevent pipes from freezing.

If you have a garage = Keep garage doors closed, especially if there are water supply lines in the garage.

Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing, especially if your sinks are on an exterior wall.

Let the cold water drip from a faucet served by exposed pipes. Running water through the pipe—even at a trickle—helps prevent pipes from freezing.

Keep the thermostat set to the same temperature during day and night. Again, during a cold snap is not the time to set back the thermostat at night to save a few bucks on your heating bill. Make sure all windows and doors are closed and locked.


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Covid-19 Vaccinations
January 13, 2021



It cannot come a moment too soon, but it appears that Covid-19 vaccinations are now available for those over 65 years of age and others who work in certain professions. While we all wait patiently to receive our vaccinations, we wantt to take this opportunity to remind everyone that mask wearing, social distances and other health and safety protocols remain in place.

Please continue to follow the common sense guidelines that have been issued by the state and federal experts and we will all get through this together.




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Coronavirus aka Covid-19
March 12, 2020

In these uncertain times, I wanted to assure everyone that we at TRC PROPERTY MANAGEMENT take this pandemic very seriously and let you know what we are doing to address the situation around novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As this health concern continues to evolve, we are doing everything we can to ensure your safety and the safety of your neighbors and building staff.

As it has always been, the safety and security of our residents and staff remains our highest priority. We take great pride in maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene. In response to the coronavirus, we have taken additional measures developed after review of procedures outlined by global and local public health authorities (including the WHO and CDC) to make our cleaning and hygiene protocols even more rigorous:

  • We have increased the frequency of cleaning public areas (including lobbies, elevators, door handles, public bathrooms, etc.) and have continued the use of appropriate disinfectant.

Because public health authorities are recommending that those with the virus or who suspect they have virus, self-quarantine at home, it is likely that there may be residents in the building who may or already have the virus. We ask that those residents make us aware of their condition so that the building staff can take appropriate precautions. We also request that those individuals take additional precautions, such as wearing gloves or using disposable paper towels when touching surfaces in common areas such as the trash room doors. the virus can apparently live several days on surfaces so please take precautions.

Please follow the common sense guidelines that have been issued by the CDC such as covering your coughs and sneezes, avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth and frequent 20 second hand washes.

At TRC, we believe it is in challenging times like these that the power of good neighbors, looking out for each other combined with common sense good hygiene practices will see us through this crisis. We are committed to doing our part and working together we will minimize the disruption this virus is causing.


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As September Ends…
September 24, 2019

Although no one is complaining that the warm weather continues to linger into late September, we are busy hard at work behind the scenes preparing for fall and the upcoming winter. This time of year some days are colder while some days remind us what a great summer just passed. The pools are all closed and the boilers are being serviced and are starting to be turned on. Please note that when the temp. hovers around 50 degrees, the thermostat does not always call for heat. Please call the office if there is an issue. We are continuing to get ready for the coming winter. Snow Melt is being bought and the shovels checked. Daylight savings time is approaching and the days are getting shorter so we will be re-setting the light timers, please don’t forget to check the battery in your smoke alarm.


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Summer 2018 – Heat Wave
June 29, 2018

Its been a rainy spring but as June ends and July starts we are heading into our first summer heat wave. We would like to remind everyone that leaking air conditioning units can cause water damage to your home as well as those living below you. Please make sure that your a/c unit is not producing excessive water.  Also, if you are doing work on your homes, whether you live in a house, a condo, or co-op, it probably requires a Licensed Contractor and a Permit from the local Building Dept. Please don’t forget to get your completed jobs inspected and your permits closed. The only thing worse than trying to close out an old open permit is trying to get a new permit for old work.  Lastly, have a great 4th of July!


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Another Winter Storm
December 27, 2017

It appears that yet another winter storm is heading our way, along with the very cold weather, to close out 2017. We recommend that everyone take reasonable precautions, buy whatever food and supplies you will need for the long weekend and move your car(s), as needed to allow plow access to your property. The snow plows and/or shovelers will be out during and after the storm. We appreciate your patience as they make their way to your property and for your safety recommend that you do not venture outside except when absolutely necessary. If you have a garage door, please make sure it is kept closed and make sure that all windows are not only closed but also locked to seal out the cold weather. Happy and Healthy New Year to all.


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The fourth of July!
July 6, 2017

Its been an exciting summer so far and lots is happening! Most importantly, we just had a great 4th of July with the Long Beach fireworks coming up this weekend. We would like to remind everyone that if you are doing work on your homes, whether you live in a house, a condo, or co-op, it probably requires a Licensed Contractor and a Permit from the local Building Dept. Please don’t forget to get your completed jobs inspected and your permits closed. The only thing worse than trying to close out an old open permit is trying to get a new permit for old work.


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Blizzard Warning
March 13, 2017

The approaching winter weather storm may bring wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour to the area starting tonight, Monday, March 13 and through Wednesday, March 15. Accordingly, we would like to remind all Property Owners and Residents to secure their homes, terraces, decks, yards and and equipment.

In addition, please plan to spend Tuesday indoors and don’t travel unless absolutely necessary to give the plow teams and shovelers chance to do their jobs. Based on the timing and severity of the storm it may take until mid-day Wednesday to get everyone dug out, So your patience and caution are appreciated.

To safeguard your home and surrounding areas, please consider these precautionary measures (including but not limited to the following):
• Tie down and secure all exterior items including tables, chairs, grills, etc.
• Make sure all doors and windows are securely locked and Cover electrical outlets and fixtures to limit exposure to the weather.
• Store loose tools, oil cans, and extra fuses in a tool box.
• Prepare for power loss by stocking up on batteries, candles, water, medicines, etc.
• Call 911 if there is an emergency.

With any luck, this will be the last major storm of the season, and with a few precautions and advance planing we should get through this without incident.


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Winter Storm Warning
January 23, 2017

The National Weather Service has issued a Storm Warning for this evening and tomorrow with anticipated storm-force winds, which include sustained wind speeds of 40mph-75mph.

The National Weather Service has also issued a Storm Surge Watch for our local coastal areas until further notice. The combination of strong winds, dangerous storm surge and high tide may cause normally dry areas to be flooded by rising waters moving inland from the shoreline within the next 24 hours.

Please be prepared and prepare your home and review your plan for evacuation in case that becomes necessary. If you lose power and have a disability or access needs, or use Life Sustaining Equipment (LSE) and need immediate assistance, please dial 9-1-1.

Please be sure to “Batten Down the Hatches” by removing items from your back-yards, terraces, and balconies, or securing your property so it does not get blown away by the wind. Such objects can become projectiles that can cause severe damage.

We appreciate your taking common sense steps to minimize the impact and threat that this storm may pose. If you need any assistance, please be sure to call our office or your Supt.


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