Why We Left Liberty Commons

We, Bob Leone and Betty Leone1, as former longtime Unit Owners, and with Bob Leone having served as the second elected President of Liberty Commons Condominium Trust, we have some unique perspectives to share with Unit Owners about the reasons we decided to leave Liberty Commons after 10+ years. The Read More...

Massachusetts Travel Ban

Governor Baker has signed an Executive Order allowing for the enforcement of a statewide travel ban effective at midnight. The following exceptions shall exist for the ban and all drivers are encouraged to remain safe and use their best judgment: Essential emergency response professionals Medical, healthcare and human service workers, including shelter Read More...

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency ahead of a major blizzard that is expected to drop 2-to-3 feet of snow and feature high winds. The state of emergency and travel ban will begin at midnight (12:00 AM) on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 and will continue until after the snow has subsided and the ban is lifted. Non-essential individuals traveling on the roads will be subject to a $500 fine.

Liberty Commons' Managing Agent (Empire Condominium Professionals) offices will be closed starting Tuesday, January 27, 2015 and is anticipated to reopen at noon Wednesday, January 28, 2015 (weather permitting). Emergency services will still be available to Unit Owners, and can be accessed by calling Liberty Commons' Managing Agent (Empire Condominium Professionals) office number and selecting the appropriate option. You must unblock your telephone number (if blocked). Please clearly state who you are, the Unit number, the complex name (Liberty Commons), a call-back number, the nature of the emergency, and any other pertinent details, so you may be assisted.

"Due to the severe weather predicted for the next 48 hours the Board of Trustees and Unit Owners Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 28, 2015, has been cancelled to ensure everyone's safety.  At this point a new meeting date has not been selected." — Juanita Lofton, Property Manager


Blizzard Predicted With 12-24 Inches Of Snow

Weather forecasters are predicting blizzard conditions with 12-24 inches of snow and high winds, starting early this afternoon. With this much snow and high winds, we will all have to work together to ensure proper and efficient snow removal can occur to maintain a safe environment for all residents at Read More...