* Members accepted into the Co-op will be
given a copy of our Rules & Policies binder.
* Information below is a brief synopsis of pertinent issues of interest
The Co-op has a strict policy regarding participation. All units
must be represented on at least one committee and work actively to
make our Co-op a better place to live. We ask that each unit
contribute a minimum of four hours per calendar month. Any questions
you may have regarding participation are answered here.
General Membership Meetings are held in the Common Room
approximately every two months. Many decisions affecting the
Co-op are made and members are encouraged to exercise their right to
participate in decisions made by attending the meetings and voting.
2-3 general cleanup work parties held each year (Spring, Summer
and Fall). Members are encouraged to participate by pruning trees,
weeding, hauling etc.
several seasonal parties held for both children and adults in the
Common Room is available for members who wish to hold private
CUTTING: All members are expected to fulfill their
scheduled turn at mowing the section of lawn assigned to them.
This usually requires 4 to 5 mowing's per year, per unit.
Pets are allowed, according to Co-op rules. These rules
include the following requirements:
than two mammals (dog or cat)
vicious breed (e.g. Pit Bull)
is mandatory for dogs and cats
& Scoop required and monitored
be less than 21" high at the shoulder.
Each unit is given one yellow visitor's tag. Visitors are
expected to display this tag and must park in designated visitor
spots or on the street. Members must display a white tag and
park in their designated spot(s) only. Violators will be towed at
their own expense.
Proof of Household (Occupancy) insurance with Public Liability is
There is NO master key. Members who lock themselves out
must pay for a locksmith.
A coin-operated laundry is located beside the Common Room.
Members who require this facility are expected to share in the
clean-up and maintenance of this area. There are washer and
dryer hook-ups in each townhouse/apartment, as well.
REMOVAL: The Co-op will hire snow removal IF there is 10cm
or more on the ground. Otherwise, members must shovel snow from
their porches, walkways, balconies and parking lots.
Small plots of garden are located in front of and behind each
unit. Members are expected to maintain these plots by weeding
and watering, as well as by planting flowers or shrubs which add to
the beauty of the Co-op.
CHARGES: Monthly housing charges are payable in the form
of 12 post-dated checks. Late charges will be applied to
SHARE PURCHASE: $2,000 is required upon signing of the
SUBSIDIZED HOUSING: Available to this already on a
(lengthy) waiting list as per ILM rule.
Parent(s) are held responsible for the behavior of their children,
friends and visitors while on Co-op property.
PURCHASE: The value of shares required to occupy the
accommodation is $2,000.00 (TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS) and is due upon
the signing of the Lease Agreement (approx 2 weeks prior to move
in). Payment to be made by certified check unless other
arrangements are made.
If you have any questions you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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