COVID Information

published: December 17th, 2020 in Uncategorized

Cardinal Management continues to maintain operating hours and management activities at Charlestown with the primary concerns being the safety and well-being of employees and residents, as well as critical continuity delivering essential and ongoing services to the community. Community services will continue under the following conditions: The site office is closed to walk-in visitors until further notice for the purpose of social distancing. * The Office Manager will be working remotely. *Staff are available to assist you by telephone (703-569-1959) or via email at coa@cardinalmanagementgroup.com as usual. Maintenance workers will continue outdoor activity, keeping a safe distance from residents and from each other. Please do not… Read More »

POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL HAZARD

published: December 17th, 2020 in Uncategorized

This article is to alert Charlestown residents to a potential electrical hazard. The electrical circuit boxes initially installed in the houses have been found to be possibly unsafe. Circuit breakers may continue to trip or more significantly fail to trip.  Photos of these boxes are available for review at the COA office. Below is a safety report extracted from the internet. The address is: https://inspectapedia.com/index.php. “Federal Pacific Electric (FPE) “Stab-Lok” service panels and breakers are a latent hazard and can fail, leading to electrical fires. The problem is that some double-pole (240-Volt) FPE circuit breakers and possibly also some single-pole units… Read More »