- Message from the Business Director
- Complete Your College Degree
- Utility Program – Mock Billing Extended
- Tips for a Smooth Move Out
- Spring Forward: Daylight saving time to begin
- Spring Cleaning
- Green Corner
- Want to know what is happening in your community
- Upcoming Events
I want to tell each and every one of you thank you. Your patience and communication through the Resident Energy Conservation Program (RECP or Utility Program) has been truly appreciated. As an update we pushed live billing for 60 days in order to evaluate some of the concerns that had been brought to our attention during the initial 3 month mock billing period. For all you that have reached out to us we hope we have been able to assist you and educate you successfully.
Your February bill will be delayed as we would like to send you that mock bill with any updates that may have been made to your groups, so you can see your new baseline and adjust accordingly. Your first live bill will be for March and you will see that by mid-April.
Continue to let us know if you are having any challenges as we continue to press forward.
Thank you again,
Are you a military spouse with dreams of completing your college degree? Visit here for more information and to apply for a $5,000 Scholarship.
Mock billing has been extended through the end of February. You will now receive your first live bill mid-April for the month of March. If you were not able to attend our recent Town Halls you can view these slides online under the Utility Program section of our website: http://airforce.corviasmilitaryliving.com/node/1757
Getting ready to PCS? Deploy? Retire? Make sure to stop by the Community Office to provide a 30-day notice, along with a copy of your orders.
- Ensure you have a smooth transition by following these steps once you are ready to move:
- Complete a Notice to Vacate Form and schedule a final inspection at least 30 days prior to move out with your Community Office
- Attend a Move-Out Session Briefing with your Community Office
- All personal items should be removed from the home and the home should be left surface clean
If you have any questions about the move-out process, please stop by or call the Community Office and we’ll walk you through it.
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. on March 12. Set all clocks forward one hour. It is also a good time to test smoke detectors. If alarm does not sound, contact your Community Office immediately.
Spring cleaning is an annual ritual for many people. It is an ideal time to check our homes and yards for dangerous materials and unsafe conditions and to spend the time to protect our families and our property.
For a safer home, add these chores to your annual spring cleaning list:
- Check your house for any stored papers, magazines, or any other combustible materials you don’t need. Pay special attention to areas around your furnace, hot water heater, fire place and clothes dryer. Keep the area under your stairs clear of combustibles as well.
- Check your clothes dryer for proper venting- make sure vent flap operates properly and vent pipe is not restricted. Always use a lint filter, and make sure the lint filter is cleaned after every load of laundry.
- Properly discard any toxic or flammable materials you no longer need. Never mix any flammable or toxic materials together. Place the remaining materials up high and out of children’s reach. Make sure that any paint or any other flammable materials is not stored near a heat source. Do not throw any rags that are soaked with flammables in the garbage.
- Keep yards cleared of leaves, debris, and other combustible rubbish.
- Make sure you clean your BBQ grill and check for leaks, breaks, and other wear and tear. Make sure that you never store propane inside your home or garage.
- While using your grill make sure it’s away from your home and not under an overhang and used only outdoors
- Check smoke detectors and change the battery if necessary. Check fire extinguisher for proper type and placement. Make and practice a fire escape plan now and involve everyone in the home.
Open draperies and blinds to allow warm sunlight to enter in daylight hours. Close draperies and blinds at night to maintain heat.
Your community calendar can help you stay up-to-date on trash, recycling, lawn care, resident events and community activities.
You can even sync your community calendar with a personal Google calendar by clicking on the +Google button on the bottom right-hand corner of the calendar.
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March 6th – Iditarod Restart
March 12th – Daylight Savings – Spring your clocks forward at 2am!