Tulip Gardens Condominiums Association is a corporation composed of the 73 unit owners. The Prospectus and By-Laws were State approved in November 1987. The Association, through its elected representatives to the Board of Directors is responsible for the management and maintenance of the common elements, including all of the systems that serve the complex. The Board is responsible for overseeing daily business, recommending and hiring a management company and determining maintenance fees.
THE ASSOCIATION AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The ownership of Tulip Gardens was officially transferred from Jack Green Homes, the developers, to the Tulip Garden’s Condominium Association in June 1989 when, as required by law, 54 units were sold.
The original five members of the Board of Directors were elected on December 7, 1989. The By-Laws were amended to increase the number to seven to fairly represent the 12 buildings in the complex.
There is a yearly election for three year terms as provided in the By-Laws.
The Association elects members to the Board of Directors from a slate proposed by a nominating committee. The Board elects its own officers: president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary for a one-year term.
The Association meets annually to approve the budget. The exact date may vary based on availability of the local meeting space. If needed a special meeting may be planned.
The Board of Directors holds work sessions on the second Tuesday evening of each month, rotating the location in the homes of the Board members. Unit owners are encouraged to give suggestions to the Board members for consideration.