Great timing to Maint, as an ice storm approaches and I have plenty of salt to help spread around steps and walk! Difficult, Dangerious time for electric utility workers with possible power outages. I have worked many. So be safe!
I just wanted to say that the maintenance staff (despite always being friendly and attentive) has really been going above and beyond during these winter storms. I would like to thank them for their hard work in the cold.
January 28, 2019 - 11:32am - Posted by EricaCyrowski McKinley Employee
Hello Meadowbrook Residents!
Due to the impending snow storm the office will be closing at 3:00PM today. If you experience a maintenance emergency, please call 734-761-7700 and follow the prompts to be connected to a member of our emergency maintenance team.
Our maintenance team and contractor will be here throughout the day/evening clearing snow. Please use caution while traveling in and around the community.
Have a great day!
Erica Cyrowski Community Manager Meadowbrook Village 734-761-7700
January 28, 2019 - 8:26am - Posted by EricaCyrowski McKinley Employee
Good Morning Residents:
I hope you are all doing well! I am writing to inform you that our community is currently under a Winter Weather Advisory until 12 AM. During this time, we are anticipated to get 5-8" of snow. Our maintenance team will be working diligently throughout the day to clear sidewalks and stoops while. Because this snow will be very steady throughout the day, if you experience any areas in our community that require attention, please give us a call in the office and we will me more than happy to dispatch maintenance to address them.
We have been hearing someone playing balls against walls and closets in the bedrooms. It occurred mostly in the afternoon and sometimes even midnight. Could the leasing office remind people there to maintain a basic etiquette? It is on the second floor of the east side in Building 9. Thank you very much!
January 25, 2019 - 11:31am - Posted by EricaCyrowski McKinley Employee
Residents of Meadowbrook Village,
The coming days will bring below freezing temperatures, all the way down to -11 degrees on Tuesday night. Brrrr! We will need your help to avoid potentially major issues that can come with cold temperatures.
When the temperature takes a nose-dive to 10 degrees above zero, or colder, you can help prevent frozen water pipes and breakage of water lines by doing the following:
Open all water faucets in your apartment to a steady stream of 1/8 inch or less, but not a drip . This helps to keep water moving through...
January 22, 2019 - 1:24pm - Posted by Linda.Wells McKinley Employee
We wanted to send out a few friendly reminders to help you stay prepared for the extremely cold temperatures we’ve been having and are expected to experience over the next couple weeks, in an effort to try and ensure your safety and help prevent frozen pipes. If you plan on leaving your apartment home for any extended period of time during the winter months, please take the following precautions:
Verify the heat within your home is functioning properly and maintain at least a 60 degree temperature, including the times you may be on vacation/out of town. Ensure...
January 19, 2019 - 6:20pm - Posted by Linda.Wells McKinley Employee
As you're undoubtedly aware, snowfall for the day appears to be behind us at this point. Crews were out in full force throughout the day, with an early clearing and additional visits as snowfall continued. Maintenance was diligent throughout the day, working hard to keep walkways clear and safe for passage. Any areas that require touch up work will be completed as necessary throughout the remainder of the weekend. We're expecting some very cold temperatures over the next few days, so plan accordingly to ensure your safety at all times! Stay warm and as always, please don't hesitate to...
December 28, 2018 - 9:35pm - Posted by Trevor.ferguson96
Hi, I'm trying to reapply for the lease with my new co-leaser, but it requests that I make another account with you guys. I haven't had time away from work to do so, and cannot figure out how to appropriately do this online...