July edition of The Peaks newsletter is now available by CLICKING HERE to download a PDF copy.
Repairs to the Birch building garage door are complete and the door is back in working order. Thanks for your patience!
Obey all posted signs in the surface parking lot and be aware of the rules and bylaws that relate to parking. Rules & bylaws are available to the public and can be found in the Public Archive. Violations may result in the vehicle being towed and impounded at the owner’s expense and risk, or a fine to the Unit to which the vehicle is connect of up to $200.
Two days in a row a truck with attached horse trailer parked on site. This vehicle is parked in a signed fire lane / no parking zone, is parked on site with an attached trailer violating bylaws, and just plain inconsiderately parked on the lawn (potentially another bylaw violation if the lawn is damaged).
The first edition of The Peaks newsletter is available for your reading pleasure. Click here for a PDF copy!
Final minutes of the Strata Board meeting held April 14, 2018 and draft minutes of the Strata Board meeting held May 19, 2018 are now available through the Owners Archive page.
Bylaw additions and changes voted in favor of at the last AGM are now fully enforceable. Current bylaws as well as rules are available in the Public Archive.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Recycling
The recycling industry is experiencing high levels of contamination – trash in the recycling – at a time when the requirements for quality (clean recycling) are increasing due to new policies implemented by end markets for recyclable materials.
Earlier this year, China began to limit the quality and quantity of material it accepts for recycling, impacting the recycling industry world-wide. As a result, our focus on quality is higher than ever, as we work to ensure the long-term sustainability of our recycling programs.
When non-recyclable items (contamination) end up in your recycling, they have the potential to turn the entire load into trash, resulting in contamination and additional processing and disposal costs.
Under your service terms, you may be assessed contamination charges of up to $69.00 per yard (based on the size of your recycling container) for excess contamination found in your container during recycling collection.
Here are some tools for success – follow these simple rules
to avoid contamination charges.
DO recycle all empty plastic bottles, cans, paper and cardboard.
DO keep foods and liquids out of recycling.
DO keep plastic bags out of recycling.
DON’T bag your recyclables – plastic bags and film get tangled in the machinery.
DON’T add sharp or dangerous materials like needles and electronics – they can cause injury to our workers.
DON’T toss in “tanglers” like rubber hoses and wires – they can shut down an entire recycling center!
DON’T include bulky items like propane tanks or construction debris.
Share these tips and post them as a reminder of Waste Management’s recycling guidelines. For more tools to help your team follow the do’s and don’ts of recycling, visit www.RecycleOftenRecycleRight.com.
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Draft minutes of the Annual General Meeting held March 24, 2018 are available by CLICKING HERE and using the current Owners Archive password to open.
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