Village Condominium Association
The Village as a Community
The Village is more than a destination at the end of the day. It a place we call home. It is our community. There is a difference between living in a community and being part of that community. This means sharing a desire to promote harmony and contentment. This goal is best achieved when all residents recognize their rights and responsibilities. The Village Condominium Association offers choices, lifestyles, amenities and efficiencies that people value. In exchange, residents accept some responsibilities and limitations of their rights as described in the governing documents. The Board of Managers manages this critical and delicate balance effectively. We face complicated issues, none more than the challenge of balancing the rights of the individual homeowners with those of the Association as a whole. Understanding the nature and value of condominium living can lead to a positive experience.
UNIT OWNERS' RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To read and comply with the governing documents of the Association.
- To maintain your property according to established standards.
- To treat Association members honestly and with respect.
- To vote in Association elections and on other issues.
- To pay Association fees on time.
- To provide current contact information to the Board of Managers.
- To ensure that those who reside in your unit (e.g. tenants, relatives, friends) adhere to all rules and regulations.
BOARD OF MANAGERS EXPECTS:
- Unit owners to meet their financial obligations.
- Residents to know and comply with the rules and regulations of the association and to stay informed by reading the material provided by the association.
- Respectful and honest treatment from residents.
- Support and constructive input from residents.
BOARD OF MANAGERS' RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To fulfill their fiduciary duties to the association.
- To exercise sound business judgment and follow established management practices.
- To consider the needs and obligations of the association as a whole and balance those of the individual residents
- To understand the Associationís governing documents, become educated with respect to applicable state and local laws, and to manage the Association accordingly.
- To welcome input from residents.
- To conduct meetings in a positive and constructive atmosphere.
- To conduct open, fair and well-publicized elections.
- To welcome and educate new members of the community— unit owners and non-unit owners alike and foster neighborliness and a sense of community.