It’s Time to Communicate Your Association’s Snow and Ice Removal Policy

Unfortunately, snow and ice are a fact of life in Ohio. When temperatures drop and snow starts falling, board members are often faced with questions and complaints about snow and ice removal. To better protect the association from liability and to place more responsibility on the residents, the board should send a newsletter, memo, or otherwise communicate the association’s snow and ice removal specifications to the owners and residents every fall.    Read the article………….


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