On Wednesday, March 27 2019 there is going to be a statewide Tornado Drill starting at 1 pm. You will be hearing the sirens going off, but there is no need to be alarmed. If you have any questions or concerns please call us at 734-941-5679.
Enjoy the beautiful weather, it looks like Spring is finally here!!!
Feb 25 - Posted by andrea.mack@mck... McKinley Employee
A Few Friendly Reminders Regarding The Power Outage
Please be advised that the power outage is a DTE issue and is 100% out of our control . Unfortunately the power is out in the entire community and surrounding areas. This means there is NO heat, hot water or electricty currently in your home. DTE updated their website and has an estimated restoration time of 3:30pm. PLEASE contact DTE directly for additional questions, comments or concerns. Again, Maintenance is unable to restore power and this is 100% a DTE issue.
We would like to ask you to follow a few precautionary...
Jan 31 - Posted by andrea.mack@mck... McKinley Employee
Good Morning Courtyards and Springs Residents,
The cold temperature is outrageous! It is currently -36 below zero outside! BRRRRRRRR!
You may experience interrupted heat throughout the day. The weather is so bitter cold that it is freezing the boiler exhausts; subsequently causing the boilers to shut down. We have a WONDERFUL Maintenance Team that have been literally running from boiler to boiler throughout last night and this morning to chip off the ice on the exhausts to keep the heat running.
We have a total of 36 boilers and rest assured every single...
Jan 29 - Posted by andrea.mack@mck... McKinley Employee
Good Afternoon Residents,
The coming days will bring another round of below freezing temperatures. In fact we won’t see day time highs above 0 until Friday afternoon. This is just a friendly reminder, as we will need your help again to avoid 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...