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  • 05 May 2010 2:41 PM
    Reply # 336059 on 193153
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    You have an executive Committee ! I'm impressed ? I'm curious as to what does your executive committee look like ? How did it come about and what purpose does it serve? Alanna Brown
  • 07 May 2010 7:54 AM
    Reply # 337108 on 232019
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    Anonymous wrote:If there are two roads included in the association and several residents on one road are late in paying there plowing fees (under 30 days), does the association have the right to cancel the plowing contract (which was voted on and agreed to by the entire association) and leave the residents on that road to deal with plowing on their own? (which was not voted on by the association but decided by the executive committee)

    Is that unfair to the residents remaining who are still making payment ? If all residents are involved, I would say the fees could be lowed to all on that road a non plowing rate, it would then seem fair to cancel and allow them to contract their own services.
  • 07 May 2010 8:00 AM
    Reply # 337110 on 337108
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Michael Connolly wrote:
    Anonymous wrote:If there are two roads included in the association and several residents on one road are late in paying there plowing fees (under 30 days), does the association have the right to cancel the plowing contract (which was voted on and agreed to by the entire association) and leave the residents on that road to deal with plowing on their own? (which was not voted on by the association but decided by the executive committee)

    Is that unfair to the residents remaining who are still making payment ? If all residents are involved, I would say the fees could be lowed to all on that road a non plowing rate, it would then seem fair to cancel and allow them to contract their own services.

  • 07 May 2010 8:02 AM
    Reply # 337112 on 337110
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Betsy Connor Bowen wrote:
    Michael Connolly wrote:
    Anonymous wrote:If there are two roads included in the association and several residents on one road are late in paying there plowing fees (under 30 days), does the association have the right to cancel the plowing contract (which was voted on and agreed to by the entire association) and leave the residents on that road to deal with plowing on their own? (which was not voted on by the association but decided by the executive committee)

    Is that unfair to the residents remaining who are still making payment ? If all residents are involved, I would say the fees could be lowed to all on that road a non plowing rate, it would then seem fair to cancel and allow them to contract their own services.

    That seems like a particularly nasty action on the face of it. Is there a history of non-payment there? Was there any notice before they canceled? Any warning that fees had to be paid on time or the contract would be canceled?
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