———- Forwarded message ———- From: Arthur Shanker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 3:18 PM Subject: Board Meeting To: Bill Lurie <BILLLURIE31@aol.com> Bill, After last night’s building Board meeting I did not want a few things to go unsaid. One of the great things between us is our ability to say what we […]
Williams Island as a whole had the opportunity to upgrade our internet service speed from 8Mbps to 40Mbps for $6.00 per unit per month. They rejected it. Atlantic Broadband has offered our building the same deal, and I am recommending that we take advantage of it. (In the interests of full disclosure, Atlantic Broadband has not signed off on the conditions required for the POA since they have the main agreement with ABB, so this may all be moot).
Internet connectivity is being built into everything, and combined with entertainment choices and cellphones and tablets, higher speeds are becoming a necessity.
At the special meeting of the POA last month to vote on the Gateway Project, the Board showed a PowerPoint presentation consisting of pictures of the entrances to country clubs in Boca Raton, Jupiter, Palm Beach, etc. to contrast with the entryway to our community. One of the thoughts that the PowerPoint presentation generated was […]
This is not an effort on my part to convince anyone to agree with whatever my views are on the Gatehouse Project. Your opinion should matter to the POA, and the only way of effectively having a voice in our Williams Island community is to make sure that our building’s POA representative knows how you […]
Next month (April 2012) the POA will vote to formally approve the front gate project and assess each unit owner to pay for it. The front gate project, we have been told, is intended to create a new and supposedly impressive entrance archway, rebuild/rehabilitate the existing front gatehouse, add 700 sq. feet for the human […]