- Created 25 rent invoices for the coming month, as I'm not yet able to get into the new owner's accounting software, and e-mailed them to all the tenants.
- Called each of the contractors and vendors with which we do business, to notify them of the change. In the case of utility companies, you must file an application for ahem new service, and pay a deposit and connection fee. Never mind that we've been connected for 14 years; that's irrelevant to the
- Worked with my new accounting manager to get documents that I'll need to provide to all the tenants, contractors, vendors, and utility companies.
- Filled out the aforementioned "new connection" applications, and sent them to the accountant to pay the application fees.
- Wrote a report to the owner (there's a group of them) who will oversee the activities of my office, providing progress updates on all the things she had asked me to check on, details on all the above, and listing all the things she and I will need to discuss in the next couple of days.
Meanwhile, the snowline - which was at 3,500 feet above town yesterday - is at 1,500 feet today.
|From my drive home, at 13:00 hrs.|