Leominster Police Need Our Help

This may be a needle in the haystack but we’re hoping through word of mouth and ‘shares’, we might find this person! At 5:40 AM this morning, Monday, May 4, 2015, on Willard Street, near Overlook Drive, a male was allegedly struck by a small gray, older model compact car Read More...

Early this morning, a fox was running along the south edge of our property (Old Mill Road) with something in it's mouth. Liberty Commons is surrounded by lots of open space and wildlife, therefore it is important to properly dispose of trash and/or garbage into dumpsters and close the dumpster doors, and to not leave food out for stray cats. Leaving food out or by not properly disposing trash puts residents and wildlife at risk and no one wants to see either be harmed. Please be responsible, as your actions or inaction can adversely effect your neighbors.

I went into the New England Condominium's Condominium and Apartment Expo in Boston today to do some research and makes some connections on behalf of Liberty Commons. There were some interesting products and services that might assist us in cost-containment and other challenges and opportunities.

We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community... Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.
— Cesar Chavez

Trustee Activity Report — 4/25/2015

Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees, Steve Stearns and Jason Mitchell, feel it is important to be transparent and to keep Unit Owners and Non-Owner Residents informed as to what we are doing on Unit Owner’s behalf and for your benefits. Between April 19, 2015 and April 25, 2015, we did the Read More...