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After getting a 4 to 2 vote on a Clubhouse Renovation, that requires 76% of the unit owners approval, which was not taken, the President stood up and said to all present at the meeting " I know I am breaking the law and it takes too long to get the unit owners approval and I want to get this done and I have broken the law before so I don't Care".
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We are a 52 Unit Condo Association looking for the best and least expensive termite & pest control. We have had the live bait system in the past but a few years back, due to financial restraints a past board canceled the program. The past couple years we have paid for inspections twice a year but are wondering if we should be doing more. So far no problems, but there have been problems in the past. Our latest estimate from exterminatorincludes resurrecting the live bait to the tune of $2100 first year & $1500 thereafter plus 3 yearly inspection totaling $1950/year. Total next year would be $3450! Not sure our budget can handle. We are a community built in 1973 located on two large natural spring fed ponds. Please chime in with your thoughts!
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I am on the board of directors in 182 unit condo in Florida. Our issue involves a unit with leaking plumbing causing damage to three units below his. He has refused to call a plumber and or allow our maintenance man to go inspect and if it is the unit owner problem we will advice him to call a plumber to do repairs. The owner is very disruptive and threatening, the police have been called 3 to 4 times due his threatening office staff and other owners. He is living in the unit with out electricity and the board had to shut off his water to stop the leak and further property damage to other units. Yesterday he left the building and left the water running in the bathtub with the stopper closed. The Board had to shut off the water to 8 units until we could get a locksmith to open his door then we sent 2 employees in to drain the tub and shut off the faucets. The owners below his unit are demanding that their damage be repaired and if the unit owner will not repair the damages the owners are demanding the Board make the repairs. Of course the individual owners do not have insurance. The Board could hire a plumber to make the repairs and bill it to the owner, but since he is in mortgage foreclose and our association has a lien on his unit, there is very slim chance we would recover the plumbing repair cost. So at this time we will keep his water turned off.
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