UPDATE: I just phoned the property manager and it turns out that my letter was actually read. It’s just taking a few days for a response to be drafted up and mailed out to me. I will keep everyone posted.
In a previous post, I mentioned how I left a letter for my strata council to read. I left the letter in a mailbox in our lobby mailroom. The mailbox is labeled as a suggestion box and a place to leave correspondence to the strata council. After going five days without any kind of response to my letter, I decided to peek into the slot of the mailbox. The mailbox still contains an envelope and I’m pretty sure it’s my letter. I can’t see the front of the envelope so I’m not positive it’s still my letter but usually in these types of matters, my guess is right.
I left my letter in the mailbox on Sunday evening. The strata council meeting was scheduled for Monday evening. I left myself some leeway of about 24 hours for them to open up the mailbox and get all the correspondence in there. How hard is it for strata to do that? Why have the mailbox there if they’re not even going to use it?
I’m going to phone the property manager tomorrow to figure out what’s going on. I’m really peeved right now.