No type of communication is complete without a method for processing requests and airing disputes and grievances. The New Jersey Condominium Act was amended in July of 1996 to endeavor to foster the resolution of disputes within community associations and between the members of such associations. The amendment reads as follows:
“An association shall provide a fair and efficient procedure for the resolution of housing-related disputes between individual unit owners and the association, and between unit owners, which shall be readily available as an alternative to litigation. A person other than an officer of the association, a member of the governing board or a unit owner involved in the dispute shall be made available to resolve the dispute. A unit owner may notify the Commissioner ofCommunity Affairs if an association does not comply with this subsection. The commissioner shall have the power to order the association to provide a fair and efficient procedure for the resolution of disputes.”
The managing agent for The Wynnewood Neighborhood Condominium Association is Taylor Management Company. Their role is to serve as the administrative arm of your Board of Trustees, and they should be your primary channel for communicating with the association. Of course, in the event you do not get a response from the management office, you may contact one of the Board of Directors , whose numbers you will findenclosed. .
It is best if your requests are made in writing. This includes requests to modify your unit, reporting violations of the rules, or other areas for which you wish to see action taken. Items of a more routine nature will be taken by telephone, e-mail or online.
Request forms can be downloaded from the Docouments/Forms area and saved/printed to complete for sending in.
Send your requests to:
THE WYNNEWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC..
c/o Taylor Management Company
80 S. Jefferson Road, 2nd Floor
Whippany, NJ 07981