Condominium VIII – Board of Managers

Condo VIII – May 2021 

Any resident who does not want AMC Landscaping to either work in their common landscaping, flowerbeds, and/or cut/trim their shrubs, must put in at least 4 stakes painted red; this will indicate to the landscapers to avoid these areas.

Additionally, should you do any trimming of your own or common area shrubs or trees, it is your responsibility to dispose of the clippings and debris. The landscapers are not contracted nor prepared to dispose of clippings and debris when they are assigned to do lawn maintenance.

No work will be done without the submission of a work order unless it is an emergency.

If you are unsure if the home repair you need is the Condo’s responsibility or yours, contact the Board via email or work order.

Paper-format work orders are still available at the clubhouse; however, electronic work orders expedite your request.

If you are using contractors to do work in your unit, they must be licensed and insured—contact the Board for requirements.

Contractors must cart away debris; they are not permitted to dispose of debris in the dumpsters.

Do not obstruct dumpsters in any way by putting discarded items in front of or touching the dumpster.

Monday and Friday mornings, our HOA Maintenance Department picks up prohibited and oversized items left outside our dumpsters.

It is recommended that you call maintenance to arrange a special pickup of oversized items.

If you have a problem with your plumbing system, before calling for service, contact the Board.

We are all connected through the pipeline, so to avoid clogging it up for everyone, cooking oils, grease, and meat fats do not belong down the drain; store it in a jar or can, then dispose of it in the dumpster with your kitchen trash.

Only biodegradable toilet paper and human waste should be flushed down toilets. All other items—including but not limited to diapers, wipes, tampons, tissues, cotton balls, Q-tips, kitty litter—do not belong down the toilet. The toilet is not a trash can.

Please advise your visitors of the Condo 8 House Rules and By-Laws and request they follow the same guidelines as those who live here. All residents are responsible for the actions of their guests within Condo 8, as well as the entire Brettonwoods Community, including but not limited to parking, rules of the road, utilizing the clubhouse facilities, and disposal of trash and cigarette butts. Fines will be imposed on the homeowner for their guest’s failure to follow house rules.

All vehicles in Condo 8 Parking Plazas must have a current registration and plates. This includes the long-term parking area. Vehicles not in compliance are subject to towing at the owner’s expense.

If you observe a lamppost light is out, either in the parking area or on the walkway near your unit, please submit a work order as you may be the only person to notice it for maintenance to know to repair it.

Feeding wildlife is prohibited in Condo 8. Birdseed, bread, fruit, and other food left outdoors attracts unwanted pests from wooded areas and closer to our homes. If rodent problems arise due to feeding wildlife, you will be billed for repairs.

Basement access requires an appointment with a Board member via email or work order.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY call 911—not the gatehouse, clubhouse, Board members, or neighbors.

1 thought on “Condominium VIII – Board of Managers”

  1. I am recuperating from knee surgery and cannot get my mail.
    Can anyone near me –840– pick it up for me this week?
    Thank you .

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