The top car park door is working again
We have a serious issue with the rollerdoor for the Bowen St carpark.
It can only be operated manually – by pulling the chain.
It will be left down overnight to discourage unwelcome visitors.
If you MUST go out in your car, you will need to manually raise the door and then please manually close it again.
It will be repaired as soon as possible.
I have resisted for a long time but I think that it would now be a good time to have a group messaging system for everyone in the building.
WhatsApp is an app that runs on all mobile phones. and allows people to post messages to others in the building.
In the current climate you could post things like – I am going for a walk but would enjoy some company, who is willing to walk near me….I really need a roll of toilet paper…anyone need to chat about things?…I am going to get bread and milk and happy to get similar for others…
To join the group, send me a text to my number 0418 100058 from your mobile and I will add you.
You can give it a try, if you don’t like then you can withdraw at any time
The next few weeks / months are going to be like something none of us have ever experienced. I am sure that we’ll all be spending more time inside our apartments.
It is a good time to help your neighbours…even though it is a bit tricky with social distancing. I thought the note that Scott and Sara put in the lift was wonderful, thanks to both of you.
I don’t know how we’ll be able to help but here’s a few suggestions of things that all of us can do…
- Don’t touch things like lift buttons with your hands.
- Don’t get in a crowded lift. I know they are usually empty but if there is a few people in it, wait the 90 seconds for the next one.
- Maybe cancel your newspapers?
- I’ve started building a daily list of who I have been in physical contact with. I am hope I don’t get it but if I test positive and they asked me, at a time when I was very stressed, when did I go to Coles, who served me?? I’m not seeing many people so it is easy to build the list each day…and toss it in the bin at the end.