Manager's Corner

By Tim Kitts on 05/16/2020 3:00 PM

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Residents are reminded:

All Annual Housekeeping Inspections have been postponed through May.  Residents will be contacted in advance of the date inspections will be done at their site.

 

RESIDENTS ARE NOT TO  APPROACH MAINTENANCE workers RESIDENTS MUST COMPLY WITH PROPER “SOCIAL DISTANCING” per Gov. Beshear.  If a resident needs something, the resident is to call the central office number 853-236-616 and provide their name, apt. location & number, and a phone number where they can be reached so that their Housing Manager can call them to discuss the  resident’s concerns.

 

Only maintenance and yard crew personnel are permitted at the Housing Authority Shop.  Residents are not allowed in and at no time should be at the shop building.

 

Regular Trash and Recycling Pickup continues on schedule.  Put your cans out as usual and bring them in after pickup.  There will be no recycling pickup until further notice.  Any Recycling container placed at the curb during this time will be handled as regular trash.  This is due to the Lexington Recycling facility closing for at least four weeks until equipment repairs there are complete.  Individuals may take their bagged paper, flat corrugated cardboard, and other accepted recyclables to the county Recycling Center located at There will be no recycling pickup until further notice.  Any Recycling container placed at the curb during this time will be handled as regular trash.  This is due to the Lexington Recycling facility closing for at least four weeks until equipment repairs there are complete.  Individuals may take their bagged paper, flat corrugated cardboard, and other accepted recyclables to the county Recycling Center located at 1862 South Danville By-Pass before 5 PM Mn-Fri.

 

KY.GOV  Liquid Disinfectant Household Cleaner Recipe:    

     Step 1—Measure 1 gallon of water (can be tap water, distilled or bottled water)

     Step 2—Pour water into a large plastic container that will hold more than one gallon of liquid and can be covered tightly

     Step 3—Then add 1/3 cup of household bleach.  Slowly, and without splashing, gently stir to mix together

You now have a disinfectant cleaner to use on surfaces in your home. Wipe down counters and sinks; cabinet, appliance, door handles and light switchers; also keys, phone, keyboards, remotes, and chair backs with the cleaner or sanitary wipes. The spokesperson who demonstrated mixing the cleaner at the Governors daily briefing said this strength mix will kill COVID- 19 virus cells on hard surfaces.  After cleaning the hard surface do not wipe off the surface; let the cleaner air dry for 3 - 5 minutes.

 

Residents must report any changes in their income as usual.  Call the central  office to request an Interim form that you will need to complete and return to the office.  The form will be mailed to your.  Once complete you may mail it back or place it in the Drop Off box on the front wall of the office building at 1014 Rosemont Avenue. 

 

 
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