2018 Maintenance Fee Information:
Please adjust fees if you are automatically paying
Mt. Laurel 1 Bedroom: $136
Mt. Laurel 2 Bedrooms: $175
Mt. Laurel 3 Bedrooms: $233
Late Fee: $25 after the 15th
Seasons Glen (Payee)
PO BOX 105007
Atlanta, GA 30348 -5007
Also visit UNION BANK ( Smartstreet) at https://www.hoabankservices.com/onlinepayments/ for all internet payment options ( use your code on coupon as account #, or simply your name, address, association full name as payee
Mount Arlington Boro web site
Mount Arlington Library
Water (Private Not Mount Arlington)
( also go to important numbers for information)
Tenant Fee: $100.00 Be reminded if you will be renting your unit, you need to submit a lease and your address change, please provide your tenant with a copy of the Association rules. Be reminded lease terms need to be for one full year. Owners are responsible for tenants conduct, and that tenants fully understand all community rules.
Snow service - Owners with a service issue during a weather event can call Fullerton's office directly at 973 927 0927. Owners who wish to purchase driveway service need to set that up directly with the vendor.
Be reminded a certain level of back plowing from street clean up is unavoidable. Contact Fullerton's if it is excessive.
Parking lot areas with a high percent of cars (in spaces) will be cleared when all vehicles are moved.
Also BE REMINDED DRIVEWAYS WITHIN SEASONS GLEN ARE AN OWNERS FOR ALL MAINTENANCE, SNOW REMOVAL, REPLACEMENT.
Insurance Agent: CAU of America
800 228 1930
or the web cauinsurance.com
CAU of America will provide all home owners with property certificate of insurance by contacting them at email@example.com. There is no charge to homeowners. Should you have a concern give them a call. All claims must be opened through the management office. If you have an accident please report it to the Association in writing as soon as you are able. Contact 973 398 6609 or the site office for assistance. Owners can request a insurance certificate by calling 800 228 1930 or by visiting the CAU web site. CAU of America offers many Risk articles for owners to review. The articles contain many helpful suggestions on home maintenance and safety tips.
Garbage and Recycling Schedule:
Garbage is collected on Tuesday and Friday each week. Recycling is collected on Wednesday each week.
The garbage disposal company is Waste Management. They can be reached at 800-633-9096 for large item pickups. Be reminded trash cans should not be over filled, and placed out after 6PM the evening before pick up. Owners who wish to have a green recycling bin can pick up at the clubhouse. Owners are reminded that trash containers must be stored within the garage (or) for units with garages on the rear patio.
For the garden style units, please be reminded cardboard must be broken down, tied and then placed against the wall on the LEFT side of the enclosure.
All large items should be placed outside the enclosure for pick up. Please note paint cans, gas cans, propane tanks, electronics can't be placed out as trash.
Owners can use the Municipal recycling center.
Please be informed of the Electronic Waste Management Act implemented by the Department of Environmental Protection. An important provision of this act is a disposal ban of covered electronic devices, which include televisions, computers, monitors and laptop computers. The disposal ban became effective January 1, 2011; therefore, these covered electronic devices will no longer be accepted for curbside pick-up. For information on how and where to dispose of these items, please visit http://www.mcmua.com/
or call 973-398-6832, Ext. 13 or 14 for a list of disposal sites. UPDATE AS OF DECEMBER 2012: The Borough of Mt. Arlington will accept televisions and other electronic devices at the Recycling Center, Saturdays only from 8:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
All exterior Alterations, Changes or Modifications require approval from the Association. If you would like to make any exterior changes, please submit a Modification Request Form to management outlining your request for the proposed change, addition or improvement. You should include all pertinent information, the more the better. Please be sure to include a certificate of insurance for the vendor performing the work with the Association named on the certificate. Please also include any and all required permits. After receiving your request, Management will present your materials to the appropriate committee and Board for review. You will then be advised of their approval or denial.
The Boro of Mount Arlington
please review the Boro website for all meetings. Also they are posted on the community bulletin board. A recent town resolution was passed, under the DCA Department of Community Affairs, that all owners renting there attached home, needs to register the information with the Boro of Mount Arlington.
Dial A Ride
Mount Arlington Dial A Ride Serving our Senior and Handicapped Citizens (973) 398-2413.Hours: 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Monday - Friday
Appointments must be made 48 hours in advance. First come/first serve basis. Medical Appointments, Shopping, Movies, Special Trips.
Please provide the Association with your current email address, if you have changed your email address or are new include you email, home address, and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Owners are responsible for all driveway repairs, maintenance, and snow removal as outlined in the Master Deed, not Association service. When selling your unit be sure to advise your agent and buyer.
-Use all of your assigned spaces including garages before utilizing guest spaces.
-If you are planning to be away, DO NOT USE A GUEST SPACE. (Review Page 7 or 10 in your rulebook) Unit Owners parking for more than 96 hours will receive a letter and fine. You may request permission from the Association to park for an extended period by making your request in writing. The Management office will guide you on where to park if this is requested.
-Do advise guests on where to park. Be sure they are not using your neighbors reserved space.
-NO commercial vehicles are allowed.
-Repair or maintenance of any type of vehicle and/or equipment is prohibited on Association property or unit owner driveways.
-NO parallel parking is permitted on any street.
If you need to hire a vendor to perform work on your unit please notify the Association with the Vendors name, a copy of their insurance certificate and any permits needed. A letter will be issued to you for your vendor to access common areas. Please be reminded: if you are unsure please contact the office for assistance. All vendors need to register
-Holiday decorations may be displayed for 30 days prior to the holiday. Festive lights, wreaths, garland, etc., shall be permitted to be placed on the outside of a townhouse or villa unit. Decorations must be removed 15 days after any holiday.
-NO lights may be strung on bushes or trees or on anywhere on the common elements.
-All other holiday floodlights or decorations are forbidden in the common and limited common areas.
-We all enjoy personalizing our homes for the holidays. Please be reminded: garden homes MAY NOT decorate the exterior/interior of the building with the exception of your unit door and balcony.
-Holiday trees MUST be placed to the LEFT side of the dumpster enclosures for pick up OR in front of your Villa or Townhouse.
-Waste Management can be reached at 908-879-5616.
-Dogs and cats MUST be walked on leashes. (See the Association Rules & Regulation Book. Be reminded this is also a town ordinance.)
-Owners must pick up after their pets. (Use our pet comfort stations located around the property).
-The number for Animal Control in Mount Arlington is 973-398-6832 ext.13.
Units with decks within the community may wish to power wash or stain their deck or fencing. The approved site stain for decks is CABOT CLEAR 7400. The approved site stain for Villa and Town Homes privacy panels is Behr Chestnut dp310, light lead dp542, or Cabot Clear 7400, also approved are white vinyl options (2) availalbe for the site manager at email@example.com
-All owners are required to have a recreation badge to use the clubhouse, tennis courts, exercise room and pool. In early Spring, a reminder notice will be posted on the web, mailboxes and at the clubhouse listing the validation dates to renew residents pool passes for the new year. Owners MUST renew their passes yearly. New owners should complete the Recreation form enclosed in their Welcome Packets indicating if you require tennis court keys, clubhouse key card, pool passes, etc. Return your completed form, to the office located inside the clubhouse, for processing.
-Satellite Dish installation resolution
-Fence panel installation resolution
-Late fee resolution
-Dryer vent cleaning /fireplace cleaning resolution
-Alternate Dispute Resolution
- Generator Resolution
-Maintenance Mid-Rise Plumbing
Modifications that are approved but require a Modification form, complete the form and return to the site office:
Pavers at a patio ( 12 x 12 inch brick color or gray along the back of the patio)
Patio replacement ( owners expense brick)
American flag installation ( contact office for a copy)
natural gas line for a grill
natural gas line for a fireplace
attic fan ( Villas and townhouses)
walk way solar lights ( black) 4 to 6 per unit
window replacements ( look the same)
spigot ( rear of unit)
landscaping wall(s) three styles sample at 2 Brookside, 9 Birch Terrace, 13 Spruce- unit expense
fence panel ( between units)
Satellite dish ( two options for installation)
Seal coating driveways ( Villas individual) townhouse owners must do jointly
Exterior light replacement- brass
Villas exterior light replacement - white
storm doors ( forever door) must be clear glass and match the paint color of front door
Landscaping changes ( minor) must be in writing
Hot water heaters ( must follow new codes, permits required)
Paving of the driveways permitted unit expense (shared driveway owners must do work together)
Removal or replacement of skylights (Engineer spec in the office)
New combo washer and dryers are available that are ductless, they are a perfect option for owners in our garden units. No leaks. Electric only.
Windows ( owners) modification application needed
Planting options ( order can pay to modify.replace bedding plants at own cost, Association vendor will review unit and advise options)
All new requests need to be submitted for review. Once reviewed, you will be notified in writing with the approval or denial. Please be a little patient, the review allows time for the committee/Board to determine a procedure for the owners all owners moving forward. Please do not move forward until you have received your formal approval letter, some modifications will come with an outlined procedure to follow. Question are welcome. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call with questions 973 770 7373.
If you are new to our community please review the Master Deed and its amended resolutions.
Door Color - Brookside Lane Cottage Red soft gloss
Five Concepts for Building Community
-As a 'community builder,' you will need perseverance and determination. Not every new initiative or program will be successful. Don't be discouraged when a new project gets off to a slow start. They tend to start slowly and gradually gain momentum.
-Set a tone that is light-hearted and fun. It should be a joy to be active in the community. Remember to celebrate small victories. Recognition and applause are like rocket fuel for volunteer-based activities.
-Don't make the community an island. Establish significant points of connection and collaboration with the community at large. Your community can have important, mutually beneficial relationships with area schools, businesses, clubs and leagues, city government, social service agencies, worship groups, activity groups, and more.
-A significant part of your volunteer activity should be based on helping others in need. Community-based philanthropy or social service projects help engender a deep sense of community pride and embody the highest ideals of community.
-Build community traditions. In the greatest of communities, residents look forward year after year to major seasonal events and community celebrations. These recurring events create countless memories and become deeply ingrained in the pattern of life in the community.
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FHA Status - Renewed Approved 2/16 P004014