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The 2021 audit has been approved by the Board and will be available shortly. If you would like a copy of the audit, please contact Management.
IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: GARBAGE PICK UP
Household garbage: Regular pick up days are Tuesday and Friday. Garbage pick up is from the rear of the units. Trash cans must be put outside of the rear of the fenced in areas no sooner than the night before pick up. No one should be putting garbage at the mailboxes unless indicated by Management. All garbage must be in garbage bags that are tied and secured. The garbage company will no longer pick up regular household garbage at the mailboxes without an additional charge, which gets paid out of everyone's maintenance fee. The garbage company will not pick up any loose garbage. The garbage company will not pick up any garbage that is outside the garbage can.
Recycling: Recycling services are provided by the Middlesex County Division of Recycling. The recycling schedule is on the Association's website, www.beaverbrookrun.com. You must put your recycling out in your unit's parking space no sooner than the night before pick up. Recycling may not be placed in black plastic bags. All boxes must be broken down and if you have multiple boxes, they must be bundled. Recycling must not be placed by any mailbox area.
Bulk Pick Up: Bulk pick up dates are Tuesday and Friday. You must contact Management prior to putting out bulk. Bulk items should be placed by the mailbox areas no sooner than the night before pick up. The garbage company will not pick up any kind of construction material. For example, they will not pick up carpeting of any kind, sheet rock, doors, toilets, sinks or appliances. They will not pick up items that are considered hazardous waste, which include but not limited to tires, paint, gasoline, and car batteries. Items considered bulk pick up include furniture and mattresses.
When residents do not follow these rules, the Association is forced to pay additional fees to the garbage company to pick up these items, and sometimes at great expense to the Association. This means that every owner is paying for someone not following the rules.