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April 2014 Vol. 12, No. 4

The April 2014 issue of New England Condominium newspaper focuses on Landscaping & Lawn Care

In this issue, you can read about Paving the Way, The Grass is Greener, When Boards Overstep Their Authority

Visit our archives to see other articles that were published in 2014.

News Briefs

  • 04.21.14 Just before spring came this year, Ray Mascola spent weeks preparing for his favorite warm-weather pastime. … Now retired, he must embark on a battle to protect his right to hang bird feeders, which were banned by his Westford, MA, condo association earlier this year. [Lowell Sun]

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  • 04.15.14 Voting Open for National Mgr. of the Year Contest
    Vote between April 14-27, 2014. Winners announced in Orlando, FL on May 14, 2014. Winners get trophy and $5,000 cash prize. [Association Reserves]
  • 04.08.14 Good news for Realtors, lenders and condominium unit owners who’ve been frustrated by FHA’s prohibition of “spot loans” in developments that haven’t obtained certification: The agency is now seriously exploring how to relax its ban and bring them back.  [Inman News]

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  • 04.07.14 A Chelmsford company was fined recently for violations that took place at a condominium wastewater treatment facility in Lunenburg, Mass. [Chelmsford Patch]

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  • 03.18.14 Livability.com has named the Top 10 Best Downtowns, 2014 — and Providence, RI, is #2 on that list, behind Fort Worth, TX, and ahead of places like Provo, UT, Alexandria, VA, and Fort Lauderdale, FL.  [livability.com]

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