COVID-19 – Update, 24 April 2020


To: All residents – Nagle Apartments

Date: 24 April 2020

Re: COVID-19 – Update


As all residents adjust to staying home, please remember that there will be more regular noise than usual, especially during the day. There are people working from home, students home schooling, and non-essential workers out of work, among others. However, please be respectful of your neighbors and try to limit noise as best as possible. Physical activities should be curtailed to apartment conditions and coordinated on a schedule with your neighbors if it is problematic. All apartments are required to have 80% floor coverings.

Special recycling programs suspended

The city has suspended all special recycling programs, which includes textile/clothing bins, organic recycling, and eCycle electronic recycling. Organics and textiles can be thrown out in regular trash. Electronics must be kept in apartments or brought to recycling centers. Many centers are closed, so keeping in your apartment for the time being is the best course of action.


If you are not staying in your apartment during the pandemic and have newspapers being delivered, please notify the super if you want them put in your apartment. Otherwise, they will be recycled after a few days. This is to avoid old papers from piling up.

Executive order – face coverings

  • Governor Cuomo issued an executive order now in effect stating that masks or face coverings must be worn anywhere that you are unable to maintain proper social distancing. It is strongly recommended that all residents should be wearing masks or face covering when they leave their apartments at all times. Hallways, lobbies, elevators, laundry rooms, and mail rooms are all areas that it is hard to properly practice social distancing.
  • Anyone non-resident who enters the building must have a face covering. There are no exceptions.