There is no listing of, or contact information for, all residents of my small condo (only for the owners). The Board and management company assume owners will relay relevant information to their roommates/subletters. At most, those who sublet their apartments provide the names of their subletters (without phone numbers or email addresses) to the owners. This is an issue when information needs to be disseminated quickly, e.g., gas leaks, or security incidents such as suspicious people entering the building when residents buzz in strangers. At the least, I want board members/ the management company to be able to relay information to all residents in emergency situations rather than relying on owners (who may live far away in different time zones) to contact residents in a timely manner. Any suggestions?Join the Conversation Comments (2)
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