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Sunday, September 2, 2012

CENTURY VILLAGE - PET FRIENDLY ASSOCIATIONS

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Following is a chart of data available in UCO. The date level is April 2010, so, there may be errors. Do not hesitate to let UCO know about any errors you see. Also please let us know, in writing by the Board, if your Association has been omitted:
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Dave Israel
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20 comments:

  1. I wonder if Andover M has an annual canine weigh-in day, when everyone has to put their pooches on the scale in front of the board.

    Can we put a human weight limit in our bylaws?

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  2. Hi don4060,
    September 2, 2012 7:02 PM,

    This would be a problem for me, at 223 pounds, that after a loss of 40 pounds.

    Thus, having the density of a dwarf star, I might be declared a menace to the catwalk REBAR! Not only that, light can no longer escape from my surface, so I just might wink out and become invisible.

    Dave Israel

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    1. Uco told me no such list exists go figure

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  3. this is most helpful - I have friends super interested and ready to buy - hunting for a cat friendly unit -any data appreciated - happy holiday

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  4. Hi Mag
    Bedford D is Cat, Bird, and Fish friendly (NO DOGS )We also have 2 units for sale. One up and one down

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  5. thanks Ken - I will let my friend know - could you email any info to me ? paintergirlandog@gmail.com?

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  6. Hi Ken,
    September 3, 2012 10:34 AM,

    Updated 9/3/2012,

    Thanks Ken.

    Dave Israel

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  7. Please, Don 4060: Shhhh about the human weight limits or Sheffield N might catch wind of it, and I could be kicked out just when I'm settling in nicely here.......

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  8. if a bldg listed but type of pet/restriction columns empty - does that mean pets ok - just no info or no pets allowed?

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  9. My assn restricts me to ground floor units only.

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  10. Hi Mag,
    September 3, 2012 12:07 PM,

    All this means is that we have no further information here in UCO.

    It would be best to contact a Board member in the Association, or check on the Clerk of Court site for an enabling Bylaw.

    Remember, that some Associations have filed Bylaws allowing pets, and some have not.

    Dave Israel

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  11. Ken - I found the two listings - online at a real estate site - thanks -

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  12. I guess everyone is not aware that legally if you allow cats you must also allow dogs! Once you allow a "pet" there are no restrictions.

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  13. To Concerned Owner: We allow one house cat, one bird and fish. Other pets including dogs (other than dogs required by the handicapped) are not allowed. We put through a bylaw change to this effect a few years ago. I kind of wondered about limiting the number of birds to only one until I leaned of someone with four birds. What a squawking loud noise the four of them made!

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  14. Our bylaws only permit an ostrich under three feet tall. Emus do better.

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  15. Thank you so much David. I asked the question one week ago and look at you...you went and got the info and published it. You are so resourceful. We are very lucky to have you....Hélène

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  16. Thank you so much David. I asked the question one week ago and look at you...you went and got the info and published it. You are so resourceful. We are very lucky to have you....Hélène

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