Lines of Communication: Who Gets to Boss Around the Landscapers?

One of the largest contracts an association often holds is a landscaping contract. Keeping common areas well maintained is one of the most basic association responsibilities. And, of course, one of the most expensive and time-consuming contracts to obtain is a landscaping contract. Finding a professional, well-respected, and affordable landscaper can be quite the task for a Board.   Read the article………..


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