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Maintenance/WORK ORDERS
Posted on Sep 14th, 2022
Helpful notes when requesting a service request:
You must put in a work order (the link under under association)
Maintenance/customer service
When you use this link you will need to enter your login and password provided on a house shaped sticker with your welcome docs (if you can't find this number, send an email or call McShane and they will give you your log in and password.  The log in is sensitive to the dash in your login  (ie 123-34567)
Sending requests to the general email box will not get processed like a true work order if you are getting a delayed response.  If you select yes, come fix, and the maintenance issue is NOT COVERED under the association coverage, you will be charged for the maintenance work.  If you have any questions on what is covered, ask first before selecting this choice.  Also, maintenance will be scheduled as available and based on the severity of the issue.  Please use the emergency hotline if there is a major issue.
Posted on Aug 18th, 2022
~Please do not put trash in dog poo bins; these are for dog bags only.  If you note a bin is full or overflowing, please send a message to McShane.
~Reminder to keep garage doors closed when not in use to avoid critters and insects, and for aesthetic reasons per EBV bylaws.
~Non working vehicles may not be parked on EBV common grounds; those may only be stored inside garages.  
~Any grill usage must be done 10 feet away from the building per fire codes; no grills on balconies, used in garages or stored outside your unit is allowed.
~Trash bins must be stored inside garages at all times other than scheduled collection days.
Handicap & Regular Parking
Posted on Jul 8th, 2022
If you see someone using the handicap parking spots without a placard or plate, please call Walled Lake police as necessary. The police have told McShane that they are not keen on ticketing on private property.  We do have some spots in place for overflow/guests, but the assumption is someone in need will park behind their own garage.   Additionally, parking overnight is only allowed for personally registered vehicles.  No non working, unplated or work vehicles may be left on premises overnight anywhere other than your own garage or driveway.  

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Drop off Pick up boat and kayak deck added by water entry
Thursday, August 18th to Monday, October 31st
We have added a small dock for kayak entry and boat drop off and pick ups.  Please DO NOT  use the main dock to avoid damage or you will be responsible for damage.  Please direct your pick ups to the small dock.  We are not responsible for damages or injuries using this dock.  There are NO short term tie ups and absolutely NO OVERNIGHT.  Again, this is for drop and pick up, no tying up for any period of time and leaving the boat unattended.  Also no boats, tows or equipment may be stored on premises for any length of time.  DOCKS WILL COME OUT OF THE WATER BETWEEN OCTOBER 15th and OCTOBER 31ST
Garage doors
Thursday, August 18th to Friday, March 31st
Reminder, all garage doors should be closed when not in use, both for aesthetic reasons and to keep critters and insects from potentially infesting adjoining units.  This will be crucial in winter months to avoid animals getting into building and to prevent pipes from freezing.  We understand at times you will be using the garage and it may be open for as long as it is in use; that being said please close the garage overnight and when not in use; NO propping open the garage with a shim or post.  We thank you for your consideration to other residents.
Tuesday, September 20th to Saturday, December 31st
There has been too much damage and vandalism occurring at East Bay Village, more than in years past.  We are adding additional cameras to the pool area to stave off people jumping fences and causing issues and damages at the pool; key enforcement is crucial, so if you see something, say something.  We are looking for volunteers for a community watch that will report issues to the board.  We are speculating that many people have ring cams already, and due to work at home changes, many people work from their home.  If you would like to volunteer as a community watch candidate for your building/street, please email the board if you would like to volunteer.  

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