News & Announcements

There is always something happening at, or nearby, The Preserve at Indigo Run.  Unlike items you'll find on the 'Owner's page' that are more long-term in nature (Master Deed, RULES AND REGULATIONS, minutes etc.), items on this page will be more current and less formal...enjoy!


****News Posted May 22, 2020

The Preserve at Indigo Run

Newsletter

May 22, 2020

 

  • The painting of the mail kiosk will be completed this holiday weekend when the floor is painted late Saturday afternoon. PLEASE NOTE!!!!!! In order to allow the paint to dry, you will not be able to enter the mail kiosk beginning late Saturday afternoon through Monday. This was planned as there is no mail on Monday due to the holiday. 
  • Orkin will return to providing indoor service beginning June 2nd. They will fall into the existing schedule (which is posted in the mail kiosk).The service person will be wearing a mask, but if you DO NOT want service, please let Jennifer know so she can alert Orkin. 
  • BrightView is establishing a Wednesday/Thursday/Friday schedule for The Preserve. There will be a 3 person crew and they plan on completing a 1/3 of the property each day. BrightView will also begin fixing the irrigation system in the next few weeks. Please, please let BrightView do their jobs and not detain them with questions/requests. If you have comments, please let Jennifer know so she can discuss them directly with BrightView. 
  • Starting Tuesday, Hargray will begin installing fiber technology throughout our community. We met with Hargray's Project Manager and her team in order for them to address our many questions. Our BrightView contacts were in the meeting as well since one of our concerns is potential damage to our irrigation system. Hargray will generally be working 5 days a week from 8am-4pm. If weather cooperates, they expect the project to be completed by July 15th.  While Hargray reassured us with their detailed plans, we should expect some blips. For example, if you find a sprinkler head all of a sudden erupting like a geyser or a new source of water spilling down the road, let Jennifer know ASAP. She is to be the main contact for Hargray and will log all issues that occur during the installation, which is imperative for us to make sure everything is addressed prior to their departure. If you have Spectrum and your cable/internet goes Poof! you should call Spectrum and let them know. (If you see the fiber optic crew near your building, let them know as well. They may be able to fix it) If Spectrum needs to send someone out, you will not be billed. Spectrum and Hargray have an agreement that Spectrum will contact Hargray/its contractor directly. Hargray has also asked residents to let their crews work and if you have any questions or need to report a problem, contact Jennifer. 
  • It should be a beautiful weekend and for those of you taking advantage of the pool, just a couple of reminders. The pool is a place to relax and enjoy so please be respectful of others doing the same. If you choose to bring your own music, use earbuds. If you choose to talk on your cell, step away from the pool area or again, use ear buds. And especially during the current health situation, we encourage everyone to bring a towel(s) to put upon the chaise lounges or chairs.
  • This is Memorial Day weekend. We have a lot to be thankful for. If you greet a veteran, you may want to thank them for their service. 


****News Posted May 15, 2020

The Preserve at Indigo Run

Newsletter

May 15, 2020

● You should have received the pool/fitness center update from IMC. Please understand

we are following recommendations from DHEC and relying heavily upon common sense,

patience and kindness. If you choose to use the fitness center and/or pool, remember

we are all still practicing social distancing. So if there are a few people in the fitness

center, just ask when they’ll be done and come back at that time. (By the way, we took

advantage of the closing time and had the carpet cleaned.) Remember to clean off

equipment before AND after your workout. While enjoying the pool, please make sure

the entire area of cushion is covered by a towel (you may need to use two towels). It

would be advised to bring your own disinfectant to spray the cushions prior to putting

your towel(s) down and again when you leave. Again, because of social distancing

guidelines, chaise lounges will be somewhat limited, so don’t save a lounger for a friend

or leave your belongings in anticipation of being back in a few hours. Be fair to your

fellow pool worshippers. We’re all in this together and want to enjoy our amenities that

we’re lucky to have, so just use some common sense, kindness and respect for others &

all will be well. If you would like to bring your own chair to the pool, that’s a good idea,

but you’ll need to take it home with you as there is no place to store it at the pool.


● Just a (constant) reminder to BREAK DOWN ANY BOXES you may have. Breaking

them down means to unassemble them and get them to lay flat. Break down any size,

any shape box you may have and put them IN the blue recycling totes. If it is too large

for the tote, then put it next to the totes to prevent blowing around. We have to pay to

have excess garbage and boxes taken to the dump.



****News Posted May 1, 2020


The Preserve at Indigo Run

Newsletter

April 30, 2020

 

  • Everyone should have received the update from the DHEC regarding the pool closure/opening. Per their directive, the pool will remained closed until the State of Emergency is lifted or the Governor gives the ok to reopen the pools.
  • As the temperatures rise and we use our air conditioning more often, just a friendly reminder to change the air filter in your HVAC unit. It is recommended to change it out once a month during these upcoming months when AC usage becomes continuous. Not changing it could cause the unit to ice up. When the coils defrost, the water could go on to the floor and worse, down to the unit below. So please, remember to change your air filter.
  • BrightView said they should have all the sprinklers that are operational up and running by end of May. While they are doing that, they are noting what sprinklers can be fixed/changed and will submit a proposal then to rectify the irrigation. If you know a sprinkler is not working and you have not told Jennifer as of yet, please do so. 
  • In mid-May, BrightView will be working on the flooding issue that effects the road in the area of buildings 36 & 38. 
  • The Board appointed Kate Holland as member-at-large. Kate has been an owner in the Preserve for over 10 years. She has great experience with customer service, insurance and financial planning. 
  • If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to Jennifer Meisel in the office. Her email isjennifer@imchhi.com.

 

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The Preserve at Indigo Run

Newsletter

April 30, 2020

 

  • Everyone should have received the update from the DHEC regarding the pool closure/opening. Per their directive, the pool will remained closed until the State of Emergency is lifted or the Governor gives the ok to reopen the pools.
  • As the temperatures rise and we use our air conditioning more often, just a friendly reminder to change the air filter in your HVAC unit. It is recommended to change it out once a month during these upcoming months when AC usage becomes continuous. Not changing it could cause the unit to ice up. When the coils defrost, the water could go on to the floor and worse, down to the unit below. So please, remember to change your air filter.
  • BrightView said they should have all the sprinklers that are operational up and running by end of May. While they are doing that, they are noting what sprinklers can be fixed/changed and will submit a proposal then to rectify the irrigation. If you know a sprinkler is not working and you have not told Jennifer as of yet, please do so. 
  • In mid-May, BrightView will be working on the flooding issue that effects the road in the area of buildings 36 & 38. 
  • The Board appointed Kate Holland as member-at-large. Kate has been an owner in the Preserve for over 10 years. She has great experience with customer service, insurance and financial planning. 
  • If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to Jennifer Meisel in the office. Her email isjennifer@imchhi.com.

 

The Preserve at Indigo Run

Newsletter

April 30, 2020

 

  • Everyone should have received the update from the DHEC regarding the pool closure/opening. Per their directive, the pool will remained closed until the State of Emergency is lifted or the Governor gives the ok to reopen the pools.
  • As the temperatures rise and we use our air conditioning more often, just a friendly reminder to change the air filter in your HVAC unit. It is recommended to change it out once a month during these upcoming months when AC usage becomes continuous. Not changing it could cause the unit to ice up. When the coils defrost, the water could go on to the floor and worse, down to the unit below. So please, remember to change your air filter.
  • BrightView said they should have all the sprinklers that are operational up and running by end of May. While they are doing that, they are noting what sprinklers can be fixed/changed and will submit a proposal then to rectify the irrigation. If you know a sprinkler is not working and you have not told Jennifer as of yet, please do so. 
  • In mid-May, BrightView will be working on the flooding issue that effects the road in the area of buildings 36 & 38. 
  • The Board appointed Kate Holland as member-at-large. Kate has been an owner in the Preserve for over 10 years. She has great experience with customer service, insurance and financial planning. 
  • If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to Jennifer Meisel in the office. Her email isjennifer@imchhi.com.

 

The Preserve at Indigo Run

Newsletter

April 30, 2020

 

  • Everyone should have received the update from the DHEC regarding the pool closure/opening. Per their directive, the pool will remained closed until the State of Emergency is lifted or the Governor gives the ok to reopen the pools.
  • As the temperatures rise and we use our air conditioning more often, just a friendly reminder to change the air filter in your HVAC unit. It is recommended to change it out once a month during these upcoming months when AC usage becomes continuous. Not changing it could cause the unit to ice up. When the coils defrost, the water could go on to the floor and worse, down to the unit below. So please, remember to change your air filter.
  • BrightView said they should have all the sprinklers that are operational up and running by end of May. While they are doing that, they are noting what sprinklers can be fixed/changed and will submit a proposal then to rectify the irrigation. If you know a sprinkler is not working and you have not told Jennifer as of yet, please do so. 
  • In mid-May, BrightView will be working on the flooding issue that effects the road in the area of buildings 36 & 38. 
  • The Board appointed Kate Holland as member-at-large. Kate has been an owner in the Preserve for over 10 years. She has great experience with customer service, insurance and financial planning. 
  • If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to Jennifer Meisel in the office. Her email isjennifer@imchhi.com.

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