Montclair's Spring Newsletter

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We know this continues to be a stressful and challenging time, and we thank you for doing your part to take care of yourselves and your families. Please continue to take this health crisis seriously. It's up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. For now, we're staying the course and all community operations and projects are continuing as planned, no community social events are planned at the moment.
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Home Renovation: Christina's Bathroom Makeover

Over the past 2 years, Christina has been making updates to her townhouse to make it her home and it was time to give the master bathroom a facelift.  The renovation consisted of installing a new freestanding tub, new shower tile, new cabinets, a tower cabinet, granite countertops, new floor tile, new toilet, all new plumbing fixtures, and light filters. She also enlarged the shower footprint as much as possible without having to rework the window.

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Brian Ollison, Montclair Community Leader and Entrepreneur

Brian Ollison's passion for maintaining Villas of Montclair’s prestige and homeownership pride inspired him to serve on the HOA Board. During his tenure, Brian spearheaded a number of initiatives.

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Neighborhood Incidents

On one night around 2 am in January of this year, there was a group of 3-4 young men who performed and attempted car break-ins in the neighborhood. Some of our neighbors had items stolen from their vehicles and a close call with items in a driveway storage unit. Outside video cameras assisted with knowing what time this occurred and how many assailants. We encourage you to please report these types of incidents. Usually, these incidents are not isolated and any information we can provide may help police catch the perpetrators. 

Alternatively, another incident happened in our neighborhood in mid-February. A teenage grandson to one of our homeowners (recently accepted to Morehouse college) was visiting Montclair and decided to take a walk in the neighborhood one morning. The police were called twice on the teenager. As you can imagine, the homeowners and their teenage grandson felt profiled. There have been several similar incidents in recent history that have resulted in death or extreme violence, but fortunately, our Smyrna police handled this situation with extreme care. Please be mindful of how these actions can impact our neighbors. All of the residents here in Montclair want to live in a safe neighborhood but we encourage everyone to only call for police when a crime or attempted crime is being committed. Outdoor security cameras/doorbell cameras have proven to be extremely valuable as well.

Take care of yourselves

We understand how difficult things may be for residents. Please work with MRG Property Management if you are impacted by COVID-19.

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