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Century Village East INSIDER Newsletter
Volume 2, Issue 1
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Master Management Offers Help to Residents Affected by Shutdown
Master Management is helping employees of the Federal government affected by the shutdown.

The Board of Directors announced it will allow all residents that are Federal government employees not being paid due to the shutdown to skip paying dues until they are back to work. The Board also said it will permanently waive all late fees no matter how long the shutdown lasts.

“I believe this is the humane thing for us to do,” said Eli Okun, President of the Board. “We have people who live in our Village that are affected by the shutdown and haven’t gotten paid in the last pay period. I think that we should be showing support for them.”

Affected residents should contact the Master Management office for details.
Other CVE News
Members of Master Management Board
Three members of the Master Management Board of Directors have been re-elected to their posts.
Century Village voters returned Pierre Laliberte, Joseph Roboz, and Michael Routburg to serve new terms on the Board.

In comments at the last COOCVE meeting, all three emphasized the positive direction Master Management and the Village have been heading under current leadership and urged voters to continue the momentum.

Members of the Master Management Board serve three-year terms.
From new gatehouses to new streets, increased security to increased lighting; Master Management had a busy 2018, making improvements across Century Village East.

Now is your chance to learn about all the completed projects in 2018 and get a preview of planned improvements for 2019.

Master Management is holding an Annual Town Hall Meeting for all Residents on Wednesday, January 30th, at 10:00 A.M. at Le Club.

A short presentation will be given by Elliot Cohen with Master Management Resident Communications on all the exciting projects in Century Village East. Following the presentation, Master Management's Board President, Eli Okun, and Interim Executive Director Vallen Smikle will answer questions.
Wait Times Drop at CVE Gates
Wait times for residents entering the Village have dropped dramatically over the past month.

Over 1,800 new bar code stickers have been issued since Master Management announced it was providing them at no cost.

As a result, the number of residents clogging up bar code lanes without stickers has significantly dropped.
Master Management Offers to Pay for Building Light Upgrades
As part of Master Management's ongoing campaign to improve lighting across the Village, it is offering to replace outside fixtures on the buildings.

Beginning in April, Master Management will work with interested buildings to replace dim or broken fixtures in order to improve safety.
In addition to installation, Master Management is also offering to maintain the lighting. Buildings are asked to contact the Master Management office for details.
BSO Issues 75 Tickets
They are writing tickets and it is working! Residents report safer conditions along CVE roadways.

Seventy-five tickets - REAL TICKETS THAT LEAD TO REAL FINES OR REAL POINTS - have been written by the Broward Sheriff's Office since it began patrols in December.

BSO is concentrating on speeding and rolling through stop signs.
Master Management Executive Director Accepts New Position
Dan Johnson, Master Management's Executive Director has accepted a new position. Dan accepted a new job outside Florida to be closer to family.
His last day was January 10th. Before serving as Master Management Executive Director, Dan held a similar position at the Recreation Clubhouse. The Master Management Board of Directors has begun a national search for a new Executive Director. During the search period, Vallen A. Smikle, Director of Planned Projects, has been tapped as Interim Director.

Board members and staff at Master Management thank Dan for all the great work he did for the Village and wish him the best of luck in his new position.
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