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During this time of closure, rent is still due. Here are some ways to get that done or change if that applies.
1. Income Loss: If you have an income loss, contact the Office ASAP with all changes.
2. Drop Box: Check or money orders. No cash. Mark with your name and apt. #. Receipts will be mailed.
3. Online: Pay rent online at www.ApplyNewBoston.com on the “Pay Rent Online” link. Under Payment Information, use ACH/eCheck for less expensive service fee.
4. Call: If you cannot do the above, you can call Sherri at 903-628-2951 Ext. 104, for processing. Charges will apply.
All rent must be paid timely to avoid any penalties or late charges.
Dwelling Lease Update
If your lease is due to be updated, it will continue. Please submit your documents in the following ways:
1. Email: send documents directly to Becky or Kristy via their emails
2. Fax: documents may be faxed to 903-628-8001 and attention to Occupancy
3. Drop Box: Put your name and apartment number on all documents. Copies will be made and originals returned via mail.
If you lose your job or get a decrease in hours, submit one of the following. Changes will be made via online or by phone.
A. a letter from your employer, preferably on letterhead
B. copy of your new work schedule
NOTE: Documents needing to be signed during this closure time, will be marked and required to be signed after this closure has been lifted. Everyone will be notified of a future signing opportunity.
Hopefully, you have already begun your search toward college. There are some exciting programs just for you.
Scholarships: This is free money for your college. As a resident of NBPM, you are qualified for a number of scholarships from small amounts to very large ones. Ask at the front desk for more information.
Grants: Apply for that Pell grant and other governments grants. It’s there for you. Take advantage of it.
Online Help: There are several websites for college assistance. Texarkana College website has a few links. Go there at to find what you need.
Email Blasts – Don’t Miss Out!
Please Update your email address with the Central Office
Over the past few years, Management has been gathering everyone’s email addresses. You should have received an email around March 24th from the Executive Director. He will be updating everyone via email from time to time. If you did not receive an email, it is because we either do not have your updated email address, we have never received your email, or the email went to your Junk Folder. Please check those possibilities and contact (phone 903-628-2951 or email email@example.com) the office to send the email directly to you.
April Fools’ Day spread throughout Britain during the 18th century. In Scotland, the tradition became a two-day event, starting with “hunting the gowk,” in which people were sent on phony errands (gowk is a word for cuckoo bird, a symbol for fool) and followed by Tailie Day, which involved pranks played on people’s derrieres, such as pinning fake tails or “kick me” signs on them.
ONLINE RENT PAYMENTS
Rent can now be taken online. Go to www.ApplyNewBoston.com. WISE NOTE: Choose “ACH/E-Check” and only have a charge of $1.75 for the convenience fee. If you choose “Credit Card”, then you will be charged a 3.5% fee which, for example, a $250 rent will have a $8.75 fee. Pay wisely!
Two $500 NBPM
The Board of Directors has recently established two $500 annual educational or technical training scholarships. Both scholarships are for residents who are going to an educational institution or a technical school. Technical training includes HVAC, welding, cosmetology, etc. where training is a requirement to work in that field of income. One scholarship is for a high school senior and the second is for an adult who is starting or returning to either an education or technical program. Applications will be available at the Central Office. Deadlines for the 2020 scholarship is Friday, April 3, at noon. Take advantage of this opportunity.
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Don’t panic Whether you’re concerned about the coronavirus, or about the idea of your children staying home from school for an indefinite period of time, it’s important to remain calm, and separate rumors from reality. With direct conversations and some coaching, this is a good chance for teens and preteens to step into new responsibilities at home and take ownership of their own learning. Give them a few ideas and goals, with daily or weekly deadlines, and motivate them to take initiative. Motivating your child to learn will be one of the most important aspects of the days and weeks ahead, particularly while it is still unclear how long schools could remain closed.
Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet's environment and raise public awareness about pollution. The day, marked on April 22, is observed worldwide.
Arbor Day, much like Earth Day, is a holiday that celebrates nature. Its purpose is to encourage people to plant trees, and many communities take the opportunity to organize tree-planting and litter-collecting events on or around the holiday. A popular Arbor Day tradition is to plant a tree in honor or memory of a loved one.
Cal Davis, Executive Director
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