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2005 Dec Miminizing Ice and Snow Damage

Winter's a tough time of year. Sure making snowmen, skiing, and cozying up to a warm fire at night during a snowstorm are all fun activities but letting ice build up in your townhome's roof gutters can lead to major headaches and unnecessar…

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2005 Dec Reducing the Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

You can't see it, smell it, or touch it, but there's some of it in your home right now—and at a certain level, it becomes deadly. It's carbon monoxide, or CO, and nearly 500 people die each year as a result of CO poisoning. According t…

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2005 Dec Safety and Training for HOA Staff

Throughout her career as a safety management consultant and certified safety professional, Deb Potter Ph.D. has heard her share of tragic stories about building staff members injured on the job. "I've seen building staff members who ha…

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2005 Dec Emergency Management in New Jersey

New Jersey is the Garden State, but it also might be called the Heavy Rain, Flood and Storm State. "Not only do we have the coast, but we have hundreds of miles of rivers and bays, which does make us prone," says Hillary Cummons, a spoke…

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2004 Dec Fencing Options for Suburban Developments

The fencing around the perimeter of your community not only helps keep the property secure, but is an aesthetic element that—if designed and maintained properly—can add significant value to residents' homes. Because of the surge in fence…

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2004 Dec Hiring the Right People

What's a "problem employee?" The guy who corners you at your desk and tells endless stories about his weekend in Maine? The grocery sacker who always puts the canned goods on top of the bread? Or is it the association staff member with a…

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2004 Dec Fire Safety in Homeowner Associations

In January of this year, a devastating blaze ripped through an Edison apartment building in Edison leaving one woman dead, five people injured and up to 100 others homeless. In March, a space heater ignited a mattress causing a fire that gu…

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2004 Dec The Power of a Neighborhood Watch

Neighbors helping neighbors. It's a simple adage and one that holds immeasurable power when it comes to keeping communities safe. Over the years, neighborhood watch groups have grown in number, having a positive impact on the reduction o…

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2004 Dec Suburban Security

Whether you live in a gated or non-gated community in the New Jersey suburbs or the city, your home should be a safe-haven and sanctuary in which you can feel secure and protected from crime and other threats. So when it comes to the com…

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