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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 cancelled 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 exterminator includes 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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My HOA has sent me a letter stating that I need to pay $1000 non-refundable pet fee after seven years living in my condo. Why? I own my condo. I dont understand the reasoning behind it. If I dont pay can they remove my pet?
My daughter has spent years dealing with serious mental problems. She is ending her 9 month treatment program out west and coming back to my home. I am a condo owner. Her therapy team has strongly encouraged my daughter to have an emotional support dog. Of course my condo by laws prohibit dogs in the units. Cats are ok. However she needs a small dog. I prepared to fight the condo association and protect her rights under the Disabilities Rights of the State and US. I should point out, that there is one unit where the owner has a small dog labeled companion dog. The condo association was all ready to attack this person, but opted out of a real fight. The condo's lawyer indicated that it was one person, and the exception could be made. My question under the law, is this an exception for one person? Or does the board have to follow guidelines of the American disabilities acts?. The dog my daughter was paired with in her therapy was a chiwawa? Its smaller then a cat and cats are permitted. Thank you
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