Board President , Property Manager and building representative will be available to
address your concerns and answer any questions regarding the 2015 budget and upgrade
projects. (Due to the content these meetings are restricted to owners)
|M 11/10||7PM||8||201 Thames|
|T 11/11||7PM||2||2400 Archbury|
|W 11/12||7PM||5||400 Thames|
|Th 11/13||6:30PM||7||200 Thames|
|Su 11/16||6PM||14||2300 Windsor|
|M 11/17||7PM||1||401 Ascot|
|T 11/18||7PM||6||300 Thames|
|W 11/19||7PM||11||2600 Windsor|
|Th 11/20||7PM||10||400 Ascot|
|M 11/24||7PM||4||500 Thames|
|M 12/1||7PM||13||2400 Windsor|
|T 12/2||7 PM||12||2500 Windsor|
|W 12/3||7PM||3||600 Thames|
|Th 12/4||7 PM||9||2500 Archbury|
Residents are reminded that there are restrictions for allowed vehicles on the property.
The primary order of business at the annual meeting is the election of ten Board Members that will operate the Association in 2014. Please mark your calendar for the meeting, which is scheduled as follows:
Information Packet: A packet of information regarding the meeting has been mailed or delivered to every owner . The packet contains the following information:
Participate! This is your opportunity to ensure that the Association and community meet your objectives. It is strongly recommended that you attend the meeting in person, so that YOU may vote for the 10 persons that YOU believe will best operate the Association in 2014. If you cannot attend the meeting, please choose to use a proxy.
The manufacturer of the equipment is on site this week to approve the installation and handle the startup of the air conditioning. This is necessary for the warranty of the equipment.
We do not know the building order or what day individual buildings will be activated.
Once activated, notices will be placed in the building.
The Association Office is now accepting applications for Candidates for the 2014 Board of Directors Election.
There are currently 10 positions available to serve on the Board.
The Board of Directors is composed of volunteer Unit Owners, who share their wisdom, experience, and common sense in the administration of your property.
All completed and signed applications must be in the Association Office by 5:00 PM Thursday, May 15, 2014.
The 2014 Annual Meeting & Election of Board Members is scheduled to be held Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at the Park Ridge Senior Center, 100 S. Western Ave. Please watch for more information on the 2014 Annual Meeting as the date comes closer.
We are pleased to announce that Bristol Court Condominium Association now accepts major Credit Cards!
A 3.25% convenience fee will be assessed.
The BCCA Board of Directors approved a separate assessment to fund the replacement of air-conditioning components. The replacement of fourteen chillers and eight cooling towers accounts for 92% of the assessed amount. Eight percent will fund fire code upgrades; door closers & removal of paneling in stairwells across the complex and fire code upgrades to the building which houses the Association office.
Illinois has adopted an electronics recycling law known as the Electronics Products Recycling and Reuse Act (SB2313) that bans the following items from Illinois landfills: televisions, monitors, printers, computers (including tablet computers), electronic keyboards, facsimile machines, videocassette recorders, portable digital music players, digital video disc players, video game consoles, small scale servers, scanners, electronic mice, digital converter boxes, cable receivers, satellite receivers, and digital video disc recorders.
Beginning January 1, 2012 Park Ridge residents will no longer be able to place any of the above electronic products in their refuse or recycling for disposal. ARC Disposal will not collect these items.
Permanent Drop-Off Locations for the recycling of electronic waste.
Glenview Transfer Station
1151 North River Road
Saturdays, 9 AM - 11:30 AM
Winnetka Public Works
1390 Willow Road
Tuesdays, 10 AM - 12 PM
Thursdays. 1 PM - 3 PM
Our association carry master policy coverage on basic structures and common property; however, association insurance does not cover personal possessions. Personal insurance protection provides coverage for personal property, unit improvements, betterments and alterations, additional living expenses and personal liability. BCCA recommends that residents consider having at least $50,000 in real property, $50,000 in personal property with replacement value, and $500,000 liability insurance. When evaluating coverage with an insurance agent also consider adding coverage for "special assessment shortfall" and/or "umbrella insurance".For Condo Insurance Tips & Advice
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