List of Notices / Circulars

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BICYCLES – REGISTRATION, REMOVAL, CLAIMING BACK AND DISPOSAL  (FINAL REMINDER)

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Dear Residents

 

BICYCLES – REGISTRATION, REMOVAL, CLAIMING BACK AND DISPOSAL  

 

Following the Bicycles Registration exercise conducted since 11 November 2019, several bicycles were not registered with the management.

 

We have extended the deadline for Bicycles Registration to 15 April 2020.

 

Residents who wish to park their bicycles at the bicycle racks are required to register with the Management Office. As there are only limited bicycle racks available, please note that registration will be on a first come first serve basis. Upon registration, we will issue a bicycle identification tag for your bicycle(s).

 

To facilitate space and future registration, we will be conducting a “BICYCLE CLEARING EXERCISE” on 16 April 2020 to dispose the unregistered and abandoned bicycles.

 

All bicycles without registered tags will be removed by the Management on 16 April 2020.  

 

We will store the bicycles in temporary storage and you may claim back within four (4) months from the date of the clearing. After the expiry of the four (4) months, we will dispose of all unclaimed bicycles.

 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE EXERCISE

S/NO

Description

Date

01

Unwanted / Abandoned Bicycle Clearing Exercise

16 April 2020

02

Claiming Back Period (4 months period)

17 April to 17 August 2020

03

Disposal Day

18 August 2020

 

We would like to seek the bicycle owner's cooperation by parking the bicycles at the designated bicycle parking areas. We seek your kind understanding on this matter.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact the Management office at Tel: 6634 7338 if you have any inquiries.

 

Thank you.

 

PREVENTIVE MEASURES TAKEN AGAINST DENGUE INFECTION

Friday, November 8, 2019

Dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever (a more severe form) are the most common mosquito-borne viral diseases in the world.

Dengue fever is an illness caused by infection with a virus transmitted by the Aedes mosquito. There are four serotypes of this virus (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3 and DEN-4) which can infect you.

Dengue fever is spread though the bite of the Aedes Mosquito.
 
To prevent dengue fever, you must prevent the breeding of its carrier, the Aedes mosquitoes. Aedes mosquitoes are identified by the black and white stripes on their bodies. You can get rid of the Aedes mosquito by frequently checking and removing stagnant water in your home.

 

Residents are encouraged to carry out the “Mozzie Wipeout” practices:

 

  • Turn the pail

 

  • Flip the flowerpot plate 

  • Loosen the hardened soil 

  • Clear the roof gutter and planter / balconies drainage and place Bti / granular insecticide

 

  • Ensure you keep the toilet bowls and watering cans covered whenever you travel

 

 

Those showing symptoms suggestive of dengue including sudden onset of fever for two to seven days, severe headache with retro-orbital (behind the eye) pain, joint and muscle pain, skin rashes, nausea and vomiting, and bleeding from the nose or gums or easy bruising in the skin should see a medical practitioner early to be diagnosed and managed accordingly.

 

Early diagnosis can facilitate better case management, and persons with dengue can also help prevent further transmission by applying repellent regularly so that mosquitoes do not bite and pick up the virus from them.

As for the common areas, the Management will instruct all appointed contractors to practice good housekeeping, weekly pest control programme i.e. fog/oiling, etc.

 
All of us, including residents and contractors, have a part to play in preventing dengue.

 

The latest updates can also be found on the NEA ‘s website, www.nea.gov.sg,

 

The Management

Latitude

High Rise Littering

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Dear Residents,
 
We have received feedback from residents that chocolate/ instant noodle / food wrappers, paper, tissue and other objects were disposed directly from the balcony and window, and affecting other unit(s) below especially the 2nd storey as well as people at the 1st storey (ground floor).
 
High rise littering is a socially irresponsible act, which can cause damage to properties or injuries.
 
Stop such inconsiderate act such as throwing litter / trash out of balconies or windows as this will cause great nuisance / inconvenience to your neighbours on the lower floor.

Littering

Also, we like to seek your kind assistance to brief your family members / domestic workers Not to dispose litter out of your unit’s balcony / window.
 
We seek your kind understanding and request your utmost co-operation in making Latitude a safe, pleasant and communal living environment.
 
Please contact us at Tel: 6634 7338 should you require any further clarification or assistance.
 
Thank you.
 
The Management
Latitude

 

Watering of Plants at Balcony and Water Splashing from Window

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Dear Residents,
 
Kindly take precautionary measures when watering plants at balcony area, so as not to affect other unit(s) below from getting wet, around their balcony.
 
We have received feedbacks from residents of water splashing from window, and wetting balcony and neighbours of other unit(s) below. We would like to remind residents to refrain from such inconsiderate act.
 
Hence, we will like to seek your kind assistance to brief your family members / domestic workers Not to splash water directly from your unit’s window and be careful to avoid splashing when watering the plants at balcony.
 
We seek your kind understanding and request your utmost co-operation in making Latitude a safe, pleasant and communal living environment.
 
Please contact us at Tel: 6634 7338 should you require any further clarification or assistance.

Thank you.
 
The Management of Latitude