|no security cameras
|safety hazards: exposed yellow pipe, several circular holes framed in perforated sheet metal with numerous metal objects sticking above the ground, broken patio stones and glass all along the ledge of the solid walls (since been cleaned up on Monday)
|no access to poop bags (until Monday, which is currently a roll sitting on the floor next to the trash bin)
|access door gets caught on the floor once open, holding it open, no window on the door
|residents are already not picking up their dogs excrement
|Lights, we will look into that and will put some kind of cover light not to flush the light straight to your window.
|Noise issue, the dog walk is not a socializing area and anytime you
hear commotions, please contact security and they will look into that
case by case bases.
|Maybe the light shade will help
with the light shining in her unit but dog owners do socialize.
So do the dogs. Everyone feels the need to say how cute the other
person's dog is. This is a stupid statement that ignores human and
|The board expects her to report on her neighbours who break the condo rules. Who voted her to be a Neighbourhood Watch Condo Nazi who spies on and reports people to security?
|Security issue, we will install two cameras in that area and we are in process of improving the area and we did open this area in the last weekend, since the existing dog entrance was not able to be used because of the window cleaners wires and swing stage installation.
|All other issues are in the process of being rectified and repaired.
|The owner could ask the other owners on her floor if they feel “oppressed” by the change in the dog walk. If they complain as a group, it may have a greater effect on the board.
|Live with it. Her curtains will have to closed 24 hours a day to ensure privacy.
|See an experienced condo lawyer for an opinion if she (and perhaps the other owners on her floor) can sue for “oppression”.
|Sell and move on.