Balconies and patios are “limited common elements”. “Limited common elements” are structurally part of the common building, but are used by only an individual unit owner. It is your responsibility to maintain them in a neat and clean condition. You may not store indoor furniture, bicycles, or other inappropriate items on balconies. Outdoor furnishings such as patio tables and chairs are permitted. Flowers, plants, and planter boxes may be hung on the inside of the railings. Decorative flags may be only be attached to poles and not attached in any other way.  Seasonal decorations are allowed, provided that they are removed no later than one week after the specific holiday is over.

No exterior modification may be made without prior authorization from the Board of Directors. This includes storm doors, storm or regular windows, bird feeders, exterior lights, etc. No carpets are to be installed on the decking of the balconies, terraces, or patios. No charcoal grill or stove may be used on balconies, terraces, or patios (see the section below on barbecue grills).

Things You Should Know

Late Payment

Any condominium fees (assessments), special assessments, or other charges which are not received by the Managing Agent by the 10th of the month are considered late and interest and fees are automatically added to the amount due.

After two or more returned checks, the Board of Directors may require all future payments to be made by certified check or money order for the remainder of the year. A fee will be assessed for every returned check.

The Board of Directors may suspend an owner's right to use services and facilities, including pool and parking facilities, if an account is past due.

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