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Utility Line Responsibility
Posted on May 19th, 2020
Please be aware that the Condo Association is not responsible to maintain, repair, or replace any utility lines which serve your Unit, nor are most defects/issues covered by the Association's insurance. Each Owner is responsible from the point at which their personal utility line branches off of the main line (this point is sometimes called the "curb box" to the point at which it exits in their home (a sink spigot, gas appliance, outlet, etc.). The utility provider is responsible for the main line (shared) and each Owner is responsible for the line from where it breaks off of the main to the point of use within their home. This means, that personal lines for which Owners are responsible for are not completely within the Unit walls, but also run outside - under ground and under asphalt, sidewalks, plantings, etc.
 
Since each Owner is responsible for his or her utility lines, it is recommended that Owners be insured (most commonly sold by the utility company) for things that can go wrong with the utility lines that they own. For example, a utility company could inspect the lines and detect  a leak that needs repaired or simply state that the old installation method is now out of code and the Owner needs to pay to make changes and bring their lines up to current code. Recently, Peoples Gas found some issues in a homeowner's personal part of the line that needed to be repaired, and the Owner was responsible for the expense. Please note that if the line is under lawn space, asphalt, or a concrete sidewalk, this will increase the out-of-pocket expense for an Owner. The best way to hopefully defray the cost of an unexpected repair is to be insured. We have been told insurance takes 30 days to go into effect.
Community Pool Update
Posted on May 18th, 2020
Regrettably, the OCCA community pool will not be opening this Memorial Day weekend. The pool will remain closed until the Governor issues permission to open all pools. Please note that the legal opening of pools is not dependent on the current "color-coded phases" method used for typical business re-opening requirements. The gate will remain locked until pools can legally open for the season. 
 
When pools are permitted to open, we can expect some social distancing requirements to accompany the order which OCCA and pool patrons will be expected to comply with. Rj Community Management, your Board of Directors, and the pool service company are currently reviewing CDC recommendations for pool opening strategies and developing a plan now, so that the community pool can open immediately when an order is passed. We will have a more detailed update for residents via email when more information becomes available.
Annual Meeting Monday, November 18, 2019
Posted on Oct 28th, 2019
Please be advised that the 2019 Annual Meeting of Owners is scheduled for November 18, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Northland Public Library. Please note that this is a couple weeks later in the month than it has been previously held. Please direct all questions regarding the Annual Meeting to Rj Community Management by calling 412-527-8557 or starting a new email to Kelly@rjcmgt.com . You will receive the notification package, including the 2018 Meeting Minutes and 2020 Proposed Budget, via mail. Some of the items of the mailing are available at the below links. Thank you!
 

 
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Past Survey Results
Click here to see the results of the pool rule revision survey, conducted July 2019.
 
Click here to see the results of the pet rule revision survey, conducted June 2019.