Archive for January, 2018

I guess the only time most people think about injustice is when it happens to them.
— Charles Bukowski

Weather forecasters are predicting a dusting to 2-inches of snow or other accumulations overnight, Monday, January 29, 2018, and into the morning, Tuesday, January 30, 2018, for the area. As always, everyone should use good judgement and take reasonable care when navigating Liberty Commons by foot or vehicle. If anyone notices any unsafe condition, please notify Liberty Commons' Managing Agent, so the concern can be assessed and responded to as may be necessary. If there is 2-inches or more of accumulations, then Liberty Commons' snow removal contractor will clear the accumulations. Since winter weather is predicted, all visitor, guest and non-resident vehicles must be removed from Liberty Commons' property in its entirety. Please consult the Rules and Regulations and the 2017-2018 Snow Removal Procedures for guidance and obligations.

In an avalanche no single snowflake feels responsible.
— Unknown

Last night, Monday, January 22, 2018, and this morning, Tuesday, January 23, 2018, Liberty Commons' snow removal contractor treated roads and travel lanes with salt. However, with the rain all day and the fluctuating temperatures, it has been and is a big challenge to treat the exterior surfaces. Unit Owners, Non-Owner Residents and visitors should use extreme caution and good judgement when navigating Liberty Commons' property (and beyond) by foot or vehicle for the next several days. Applying ice melt on walks has had little impact as it is washing away before it can be effective. People recommend walking or shuffling like a penguin which is good advice. Liberty Commons' snow removal contractor will continue to treat roads, travel lanes and walks as effectively as possible.

Rebuilding A Sewer Pump — 2018

Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees has authorized one of its sewer pump station contractors to rebuild the failed submersible sewer pump at a cost of a little less than $5,000 verse a new one that would be between $9,000-10,000 each. The rebuilt submersible sewer pump will be stored and accessible Read More...