Thank you to those that have tidied up their rental space. I have noticed the improvement. Very much appreciated.
There are still some trailers parked in spaces that are not rental spots. Starting next week, these trailers will be removed from the locked storage area. A hitch lock or a tire boot will be placed on the trailer. You will need to contact Mike Casimir to have the lock removed. There will be a $150.00 fee to unlock. The trailer locks will only be unlocked Monday-Friday during office business hours.
Aside from not parking in the wrong area, a good way to avoid this situation is by having your lot number on your trailer. I will make an effort to contact you if I know who the trailer belongs to. All trailers should have their lot number displayed on them. Many in the storage lots do not.
By Monday, September 13th, please take the time to double-check that your trailer is parked in your spot and not parked in an undesignated area. This statement also goes for trailers parked in the Marina overflow lot. The sign at the entrance states that the lot is not for overnight parking. We will start putting locks on those trailers as well.
If you have someone else parking your trailers, be sure they are aware of your location. It is the property owner’s responsibility to park in the correct location.
If over the past month you parked your trailer in a different location due to someone in yours, you may want to check to see if your trailer is where you left it. I have recently moved trailers so that renters could park in the spot they paid for. It’s always best to contact me first if you run into this situation. You are just making the situation worse by parking in a spot that is not yours. It could now result in your trailer being removed and locked. Again, please put your lot numbers on your trailers. This will allow me to call you so that we can avoid putting a lock on your trailer.