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NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS OF THE TULIP GARDENS OF LITTLE FALLS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD: October 13, 2020
This notice requires you to Take Action. Please read.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Annual Meeting of Homeowners of the Tulip Gardens Condominium Association will be held on Tuesday, October 13th, 2020, at 7:00 PM. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the meeting will be held via Zoom meeting. The link for the meeting will be provided prior to the meeting. If you unfamiliar with Zoom and have no other way of finding out (from a family member or friend), feel free to knock on Michel Jouard’s door, Building 4, Unit 1A (please wear a mask).
In accord with the Governing Documents of the Tulip Gardens Condominium Association, the following is the agenda for the meeting:
- Call to Order and Roll Call
- Proof of Notice of Meeting
- Approval of Minutes of Preceding Meeting
- Report of Board
- New Business
The purpose of this meeting is to inform all Unit Owners of the status of the Association’s affairs and to address any business that may come before the Board.
Enclosed, you will find a proxy to be completed by all Unit Owners in order to obtain quorum for the meeting. If you like you can assign your vote to the board or to someone you trust, but you do not have to do that. It is important that you complete this form whether you will be in attendance or not. You can either mail it back to Hampton in the enclosed envelope (you will need a stamp), or you can drop it in the lockbox in front of Unit 1A in Building 4.There are no issues currently that require a vote. The only necessary votes are procedural in nature (acceptance of minutes, adjournment, etc.)
Thank you for your cooperation in this important matter.
The Board of Directors &
Hampton Property Management
The tennis courts and shuffleboard courts have been professionally cleaned and are in like-new condition and open for play. Shuffleboard cues and pucks are in the garage opposite the tennis court. The cues and pucks are immediately on the right inside the garage. Put the cues and pucks back in the garage after playing. Keys to the garage and tennis court are available from Maurice at 973-812-4177.
Recently, the electricity in the garages of buildings 9 and 11 went out. This causes serious problems for residents who do not have manual key access on their garage door.
The electrician says the power outage is usually caused by a resident plugging in too many tools or devices. That overload triggers an outage in the garages of two buildings.
Please be considerate when you are using electrical devices in your garage. There is only one outlet in each garage, and it cannot handle multiple extension cords or plugs.
Tulip Gardens garages were originally constructed with two access systems. One is a remote and the other is a key in the center of the garage door, enabling the door to be lifted manually. Over the years, some owners have chosen to eliminate this key entry and rely only on a touch pad on the side of the garage door. If the power goes out…as it did in Hurricane Sandy….those garages are not accessible.
Should you have any questions and/or concerns regarding this correspondence, please contact the Management Office at 973-790-1200 ext. 106 or via email at email@example.com.
The arborist from BrightView strongly recommended extensive tree work. He identified 33 trees that needed pruning, shaping and dead-branch removal.
The Garden Committee of the Board carefully reviewed the proposed work, inspecting each tree included in the proposal. Then the Board authorized the proposal.
Keeping these trees healthy is cost effective because removing them and replanting is far more expensive.