Time To Update Your Information

Liberty Commons Condominium Trust (Liberty Commons) is required under Massachusetts General Laws 183A to maintain current and accurate information on all Unit Owners and Non-Owner Residents. This information is used to contact and communicate with Unit Owners and Residents in case of notifications and/ or emergencies: Water or plumbing leak Read More...

Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life; define yourself.
— Harvey Fierstein

Unsung Hero

What we each put out there into the universe does come back to each of us. Be conscious of what you put out there, as it will return to you ten fold. The Law of Ten Fold — “There is a very simple law to how the matrix works: what you Read More...

Spring Landscaping Clean-Up

Our landscape contractor (Secino’s Landscaping) has begun the Spring landscape clean-up. This year’s clean-up will be more extensive than previous years and will entail: Large and overgrown Arborvitae trees will be removed and be replaced with Hydrangeas and Alberta Spruce which will grow to a maximum height of 7-feet. Dead Read More...

Mulch Fire Safety Law

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ 527 CMR 17 took effect in September 2012, and prohibits the new application of mulch within 18-inches around combustible exteriors of buildings, such as wood or vinyl. The recommendations to prevent mulch fires are to: Keep wood mulch 18-inches from combustive exteriors of buildings, such as Read More...

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Attorney Fees Recap — February 2014

Since May 1, 2012 until February 28, 2014, Liberty Commons’ has spent $33,679.60 on attorneys. Some of these legal expenditures have been recovered and/ or reimbursed in the amount of $24,577.08. This leaves a loss of $9,102.52, as of February 28, 2014. The budget for legal expense is $1,000 per Read More...