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DECEMBER 3, 2018

The Monthly Association “411”

General Manager Andrew Surdovel
General Manager
Andrew Surdovel
December 3, 2018 - Comcast finally has completed the exterior wiring of the building for the new Xfinity X1 setup and Internet. On December 7th, between the hours of 2 and 6 p.m. in the Rendezvous Room, representatives from Comcast will be available to schedule an appointment with each unit owner for the installation of the new digital network wiring that includes Internet in his or her unit. If you prefer, you can call Comcast at (800) 934-6489 and schedule your installation now.

Turn off Water The Concrete Restoration Project is moving ahead. All the Opt-Out balconies have been re-inspected and our engineer, John Evans, has made a determination on each balcony inspected. The approved/denied determination on each of the balconies will be sent to any unit owner who selected the Opt-Out option. The Concrete Project will follow an expedited format to complete the concrete work more efficiently. The work will be scheduled with ten (10) swing stages from Units 01 thru Units 06 with all South balcony drops being worked on with two (2) window drops simultaneously. Turn off Water As each drop is completed, the swing stage will be moved West to a window drop on the South side until the South face of the building is complete. As each South window drop is completed, the swing will be moved to a North balcony drop. As the balcony drop is completed, the swing will be moved to the West or North window drops until the entire building has been completed. The painters will start on the South East drops when the concrete work is completed on the South drops, and will continue sequentially around the building utilizing a total of three (3) or more swing stages, until all painting is complete.

The Board plans to send a notice of an assessment meeting, at which all unit owners will be informed of the total cost of the Concrete Restoration Project and the unit’s assessment amount. The final cost of the Concrete Restoration Project is now being tabulated. Once totaled, the Board plans to send a notice of an assessment meeting, at which will all unit owners will be informed of the total cost of the Concrete Restoration Project and each unit’s assessment amount.


  1. Please be aware of your surroundings; we are now going into season and more individuals will be back in town. All vehicles should be locked, especially those parked outside.

  2. FOBs are for unit owners use only, not to be given or lent to anyone.

  3. Turn off Water Please inform Security when you or your guest leave; you must turn off your water.

  4. If you will not be in residence for duration, please remove all items from your balcony.

  5. Security cannot dispatch Maintenance staff to your unit. Please schedule any current or future maintenance issues with the Office.

  6. Christine
    Ask Christine
    Please schedule all Rendezvous room reservations with the office and inform Security. A security deposit of $100 is required for the use of the room.

  7. If you have an overnight guest, please notify the office via email, phone or fax of their stay dates if you are not here. Security will then be able to register the guest more efficiently.

  8. Building PermitThe chairs on the beach are on a first come basis. Please abide.

Turn off Water When you have finished sharing library books, please return them to the front desk. Security will place the books in a bin in the Package room. They will be then placed in the cabinet on the appropriate shelf in the Mailroom.

Maintenance has decorated the exterior of the building with tree lights and two (2) reindeer. This addition gives the building a very festive ambience this time of the year.

WiFi Please get familiar with the 1regencytower.com Concierge Plus website. Check out Resources on the left page margin and then choose Media Library for various subjects.

Liz Urbano - Lobby Holiday Decorations
Liz Urbano
The Annual Budget Meeting will be held in the Rendezvous Room at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. As a reminder, your Limited Proxy, which was included in the packet that contained the proposed budget, Vote is to be placed in the “PROXY” box, returned via email to 1regencytower@gmail.com, faxed to (954) 566-0048 or mailed back to Regency Tower Office at 3850 Galt Ocean Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308. Please vote.

The Holidays are on our doorstep. Our beautiful lobby is decorated with a tree and exquisite decorations. Thanks to Liz Urbano and crew. The staff of Regency Tower wishes you a Happy Hanukkah and a Merry Christmas.

Andrew Surdovel

General Manager

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2018 Employees Holiday Fund

Annual Holiday Fund for Employees

The Holiday Season has once again brightened our lives, providing an opportuninty to share our blessings with those who help maintain our home and protect our families. We are asking everyone to contribute to the Regency Tower Employees’ Holiday Fund for 2018. This fund shows our appreciation to all members of our staff for their ongoing efforts to make living at the Regency Tower safe, comfortable and pleasant.

The total amount received will be divided among all members of our staff. Although many residents give more than the suggested minimum of $100, anything you contribute will be greatly appreciated. These distributions are solely funded by your generosity, and are never subsidized by association resources. We thank you for your timely response to this request.

Please make your check payable to the “R. T. Employees’ Holiday Fund” and deposit it into the HOLIDAY FUND box on the Security Desk. If you are not in residence, please mail your contribution addressed to: Regency Tower Employees’ Holiday Fund by December 1, 2018 so that distribution may be made at the Employees’ Holiday Party in December. Funds received afterwards will also be distributed to the employees.

Our committee wishes you and your family a joyous Holiday Season, as well as happiness and good health throughout the coming year.

Please keep in mind that many of our employees extended themselves far beyond their respective “job descriptions” before, during and after every emergency. Their actions contribute heavily to moderating the inconvenience and damage costs for the hundreds of problems that pass unnoticed because THEY DO THEIR JOB SO WELL. This is an opportunity for each of us to personally show our gratitude and reward their dedication. Please DON’T ALLOW IT TO PASS without having done so - editor

Employee Holiday Fund Committee

Ofelia Alleguez
Cathie Lenz

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