Here are some simple things you can do to save water:
- Shorten showers to 5 minutes.
- Turn off water when brushing teeth.
- Turn off water while soaping your dirty dishes if you hand wash your dishes.
- Don’t use the toilet as a wastebasket.
- While shaving, turn off the running water until you are ready to rinse.
On Tuesday, June 15th, Fred Chaney was recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the AAGD (Apartment Association of Greater Dallas) Officer & Board Installation Meeting at the Westin Galleria in front of 350 attendees comprising of over 60 Lincoln Property Company employees. Karen Tepera, the outgoing AAGD President, recognized Fred for his contributions to our industry over the past 40 years and his dedication to Lincoln Property Company over the last 35 years. Fred was welcomed with a long standing ovation by the crowd to deliver his acceptance speech.
Fred was described as, “A true visionary for our industry! Many of us in the industry today should thank him for what he’s done for the industry and made this such a rewarding and professional career.”
Congratulations, Fred, on this achievement!
Lincoln Property Company named the June “Luxe Lords”! Check out our communities on www.luxelisthomes.com – Main Street Village in Orange County & Alta, Echelon and 1401 South State Street in Chicago!
Lincoln Property Company has built and operated superior, award winning residential communities throughout the United States for over 40 years. Lincoln’s residential developments are known internationally for their attractive architecture, attention to detail, superior locations and more recently for their “Go Green” commitment. On the property management side, Lincoln instituted its own in-depth training program that has earned its personnel a well deserved reputation as some of the most efficient, effective, professional managers in the multifamily residential segment. And, the results are tangible. Accolades are frequent and in some cases, come from residents who have been part of the Lincoln family for a decade or even two. Luxe List knows that today’s discriminating luxury renter demands superior properties with the finest amenities and a level of management and service to match. That is why at Luxe List we welcome Lincoln’s properties to be featured on our site and happily refer residents in search of environmentally friendly, high quality, Lincoln properties across the US.
Jennifer Staciokas, VP of Marketing & Training for Lincoln Property Company recently said, “Thank you LuxeListHome.com for being a fantastic luxury marketing partner. The quality of Luxe List and their respective luxury renters is simply first rate.” Well, thank you, Jennifer. Lincoln Property Company is truly “a company for people, a company about people.”
Lincoln Property Company is pleased to announce our upcoming Job Fair taking place in Denver, CO! We are seeking team players to fill the roles of Business Manager, Assistant Manager, Leasing Professional, and Maintenance Professional. The Job Fair will take place on Tuesday, June 15th from 11am – 4pm at 2000 South Colorado Blvd, Tower One, Suite 1-3300, Denver, CO 80222. If you miss our Job Fair, feel free to email your resume to email@example.com after June 15th.
Did you know that if the average person looks into their trash can, there are usually many items that are recyclable? Everything that is placed into your trash can eventually finds its way to a landfill. Our landfills are filling up fast, so we need to get active and recycle as much as possible to off-set the amount of waste going to our landfills. Look below for tips on what can be recycled and what cannot.
Recycle: all paper, paper cups, newspaper, magazine, telephone books, directories, flattened cardboard, envelopes, file folders, soft bound books, hard bound books (inside only, no covers), aluminum cans, tin cans, frozen dinner boxes, plastic beverage containers (#1-7), plastic containers (#1 & 2), glass bottles, jars, and empty aerosol cans
Trash: waxy cardboard, food boxes, paper, produce, food waste, paper food stained items, plastic utensils, plastic straws, styrofoam, bathroom tissue, paper towels, napkins, plastic bags, non-numbered plastics, bubble wrap, packaging peanuts, plastic envelopes, padded envelopes, dishes, dishware, and clothing