CAUTIONBasement floors and rugs may be wet and are very slippery. Please use caution when walking in the basement. Thank you for your cooperation. The Willoway Board of Directors and Jim Dafoe, AMI Community Manager
HELP US SAVE OUR HOA DOLLARS…We are supplying the lint catchers free of charge because they are very effective in keeping our laundry tub drains from clogging and overflowing.It costs you nothing…but a few minutes of time.It costs the Board only $1.00/package for each unit’s washer ($68.00/3months). It will help us save by avoiding costlyContinue reading “Washer Hose Lint Catchers”
Just a reminder…Nothing is to be left in the common areas. This includes the basement, hallways, sidewalks, porches, carports and lawn areas. Items left in these areas will be removed. Thank you for your cooperation. The Willoway Board of Directors and Jim Dafoe, AMI Community Manager
SMOKING of any kind is prohibited in any unit, hallway, or basement. This includes marijuana, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, or any tobacco. The use of any product that emits marijuana or tobacco vapor (including e-cigarettes, hookah pipes) is prohibited in these areas. If you use medical marijuana, it MUST be in a form that DOES NOTContinue reading “No Smoking”
LAUNDRY HOURS are 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Please respect your neighbors by observing these hours.
Dumpster lids and sliding doors MUST be CLOSED AT ALL TIMES. When they are left open, critters have a feast and pull out all sorts of disgusting items – no one wants to see rats coming out of our dumpsters or enjoying a buffet on our property (Kroger can host them).
All doors MUST BE CLOSED at all times.This is a safety issue for ALL residents of the building.Thank you for your cooperation.The Willoway Board of Directors and Jim Dafoe, AMI Community Manager
Please help us keep our sewer lines clean and flowing properly by not flushing ANYTHING other than toilet paper down them.According to the Bloomfield Township sewer workers and the plumb-ing company that came out to fix a major sewer backup in D building, wipes (even the ones that say “flushable”) are a major cause ofContinue reading “Do Not Flush”
Do YOU have a carbon monoxide (CO) detector in your unit? We recently had an incident in one of the Willoway buildings that could have been deadly for our residents. Late one evening, a resident in one of the units heard their carbon monoxide detector alarming. They immediately alerted others in the building to vacateContinue reading “Do YOU have a carbon monoxide (CO) detector in your unit?”