Neighbors used to be best of friends. They plan vacation together and they are comfortable when their children are next door. However, that closeness is no longer present in most neighborhoods today. Families are too busy to even get to know their neighbors better. Some do not even bother to welcome new movers in the community. This is because of the demands of time. A stop at a neighbor’s door to make an introduction seems like a waste of time. If you do not want this to happen to your community, why not organize a neighborhood block party?
Organizing a neighborhood block party is not easy. However, with a few tricks, you will surely pull it off. Here are some tips.
News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network
The Woodland Pond Homeowners’ Association lost its court case against two rogue homeowners last month, but the association is appealing the decision to Chesterfield Circuit Court. No court date has been set to hear the appeal