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July 1, 2020
Most people tend to think about their home as a safe haven. It’s where you go to relax and feel comfortable. Often it is a place where people let down their guard and can feel protected from the risks of our world whether it is burglary or theft, or possibly a global pandemic. Add to … Continue reading Staying Safe in Your Condo Community This Summer
May 20, 2020
Homeowners associations are an integral part of the smooth running of any condo association. They manage the financial and physical aspects of the community as well as maintain protocols to keep everyone safe. In the past, those protocols probably included property access security protocols, vendor screening, and parking/driving rules. Now HOAs need to be concerned … Continue reading How Your HOA Board Can Stay Informed on the Latest Covid-19 Information
May 6, 2020
The novel Coronavirus has created many unique scenarios when it comes to working, living, and keeping everyone safe and well. A condo association, where many people live in close proximity, is one such unique circumstance. How can your homeowners association keep up with the latest information and keep residents up-to-date? What steps can you take … Continue reading Keeping Pace with Covid-19 in Condo Associations
March 24, 2020
Here is where you can download the Temporary Guidance for Construction in the City of Boston and the City of Cambridge Temporary Emergency Construction Moratorium.
March 18, 2020
Dear Unit Owners & Residents, Recently the emergency on-call staff has reported an increase in emergency calls relating to blockages in building main drain systems. Due to the evolving coronavirus preventive protocols, more residents are working from home and regularly using disinfectant wipes and products. Resident cooperation is needed to maintain these common drain systems. … Continue reading Use of Common Building Drain Systems
March 13, 2020
Thayer & Associates, Inc. has prepared several important procedural steps that Unit Owners/Residents can take proactively and the protocol required of staff in response to the spread of the Coronavirus and its effect on community association management, residents and our staff. We will continue to provide regular communications as issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Controls & Prevention (CDC) as it becomes available.