Brighton Park at Greenbrier

Brighton Park at Greenbrier

We are excited to report that the Modernization Committee has been tasked by the Board to review options and work with a lender for both new siding and roofing throughout the community. 

New shingles would offset the excessive repairs currently being conducted, reset and extend the warranty, improve the aesthetics of the current patchwork of repairs, and eliminate water intrusion into units. The new HardiePlank would also offset repairs from wind events, reset and extend the warranty, improve the aesthetics of the siding, create a fire block, and reduce noise transfer into the units. 

Residents are encouraged to review the project and proposed color and product codes by unit. 

The Association may review and comment on the committee’s recommendations ahead of the 3rd quarter vote to approve the Modernization Project. Pending Board approval of the committee’s recommendations, construction may start by the end of this year and be complete two years after that.

 

A new section of our site is dedicated to a cheeky look at condo life. If you see something that could be humorous and lighten someone’s day, send it to John and we will post it in the “Lighter Side“!

Board meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month to accommodate additional reporting. 

If you would like to attend the February Board Meeting, please register in the Marketplace

Look for Drew’s volunteer corp to restart projects in April! 

The Y has activated the Brighton Park group rate. Residents may use the Marketplace to enroll.

A big shout-out to a successful inaugural Food Truck Fridays season goes out to the Hampton Roads Food Truck Association! They managed our 2020 Food Truck Fridays program held at the West Pool every Friday from 4-7p. Thank you to all who participated! See everyone again in April! 

Starting with the summer 2021 season, all residents over 18 years of age will be required to scan their Member Number QR code to use the pools. Residents under 18 years of age and guests will be issued a Tyvek wristband after being checked in by an adult member. 

Often, we grow the most in challenging times. Being fearless, safely, is a shield that takes a lifetime to build and the exposure you get on that journey is the steel it’s built from. Confidence is not knowing the result, but marching towards the outcome. 

We would like to thank all the volunteers, small businesses, and neighboring communities for their continued friendship and service. Community extends well beyond our three entrances. If you represent a small business, and see a need, please reach-out to CFM so you can become an approved contractor. 

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