New RULE MODIFICATION:
Rule 6.8 Use of Visitor Parking Areas by Residents
Residents are no longer allowed to park in visitor parking.
The only exception for a resident to park in visitor parking is to accommodate:
An elderly or handicapped person or a contractor coming to the unit (a visiting nurse is considered a contractor).
A “Visitor Tag” is ABSOLUTELY
required in a resident’s vehicle when accommodating a visitor in their driveway. The tag must also have the unit owner number written on it; it is the unit owner’s responsibility to have the unit # readable on the tag.
RecyclePeople continue to bring boxes and not cut them up. If you are caught, you will be charge a minimum fee of $25 but could be more because CPC now has to do your work. (cameras are watching)
Rules & Regulationsnew updated registered copy is now under “documents” 2 New Rules
4.23 NOXIOUS FUMES & SMOKE
- In accordance with section 9(e) of the Master Deed, which provides that unit owners shall not “…interfere with the beneficial enjoyment of other Units,” there shall be no noxious fumes or smoke in the common areas, facilities and exclusive use areas, which include patios, decks and driveways. Noxious fumes include, but are not limited to smoke from cigars, cigarettes, marijuana or E-cigarettes. The smoking of such items in the common areas, facilities and exclusive use areas is prohibited.
4.24 MARIJUANA PLANTS
- Marijuana plants may not be cultivated, grown, planted or kept in any of the common areas or exclusive use areas, including patios, decks and driveways. Chapman Place intends to uphold statutes and regulations adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts regarding the cultivation of marijuana.