THE UNIT OWNERS ASSOCIATION OF FAIR LAKES CONDOMINIUM

 

                                                     RESOLUTION #2001-02 Revised

 

            ADMINISTRATIVE RESOLUTION ON TRASH AND RECYCLING DISPOSAL

 

 

WHEREAS, Article III, Section 2(f) of the By-Laws of The Unit Owners Association of Fair Lakes Condominium (“By-Laws”), allows the Board of Directors (“Board”) to adopt protective rules and regulations; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board believes that there is a need and it is in the best interest of the health and safety of the residents of the Condominium to establish requirements for trash disposal and guidelines for recycling in the community.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the Board establishes the following requirements for the disposal of trash and guidelines for recycling.

 

Section 1.        Garbage shall be placed in a sealed container - either plastic trash cans

                        or plastic bags, at least ten gallon size, and black/dark in color.  Bags shall be securely and tightly sealed.  Recycled materials shall be placed in recycling bins provided by the trash disposal company and according to instructions provided by the trash disposal company.

 

Section 2.        Residents shall place trash containers, recycling bins, or garbage bags for collection curbside where landscaping and access to mailboxes will not be affected.  Trash must be placed after 9:00 pm in the evening on the night before scheduled pick up and no later than 7:00 am on the day of the scheduled pick-up.  Trash placed out for collection before the permitted time period on the evening or morning before a scheduled trash pick-up is a violation of this Resolution.

 

Section 3.        Trash containers and any other trash and/or recycling not picked up shall be retrieved by the Unit Owner or resident and stored out of view by the evening of the scheduled pick-up day.

 

Section 4.        Upon recommendation of the Management Agent and in accordance with Association procedures for rule enforcement and due process, the Board of Directors may, in its discretion, and after giving the unit owner an opportunity for a  hearing, assess charges as outlined in the Association’s Due Process Resolution #2001-04 ($10 per day/$50 per occurrence).