Bristol Court News

Payment Options at Bristol Court . NOW, another way to pay Association Fees!

We are pleased to announce that Bristol Court Condominium Association now accepts major Credit Cards!

A 3.25% convenience fee will be assessed.




Separate Assessment

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.

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Changes in Electronics Recycling

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

Personal Insurance Protection

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".

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