Condo-fee payment delinquencies have risen to unusually high levels at Westmoreland Terrace Condominiums. While Rosslyn has a vibrant and creative business community
, Rosslyn is not immune to economic developments in the rest of the world. European economies are struggling with severe public-debit problems. Residents in debt-free Rosslyn, buffeted by these and other economic developments, are facing more difficulties than usual in paying their condo fees.
Other notes from this Monday's Westmoreland Terrace Condominiums' Board Meeting:
- There's not a lot of crime in the area, but some. Use common sense: lock doors, keep portable devices (GPS in cars) out of sight, etc.
- The Board renewed its snow-removal contract with Lancaster.
- The Board paid a total of $119,903 for a new electrical switch for 1315 and for the second of three payments for the facade and landscape improvements for 1336.
- The Reserve Study/Audit that an independent agent is performing will be ready next month.
- Work on 1336 is nearly finished. The new railing on the outside stairs at rear will be installed within about a week.
Attending the meeting were Board members Jose Calvo, Jennifer Feinleb, and Joe Ruland, Property Manager Dennis Freeman, and residents/owners Barbara and Fernan, and Kip of the Arlington County Police. The next regularly scheduled Westmoreland Condo Board meeting is the last Monday of next month, Oct. 31, at 7pm in the on-site condo office.
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