Dropping Items from Balconies
Posted By flanglois on December 21, 2017
There have been reports that broken glass, cigarette butts and ashes are being found on residents’ balconies as a result of someone either dropping them from above, or from someone leaving articles on their balcony or next to an open window making it easy for the wind to pick up and deposit elsewhere.
Lightweight items such as empty glasses, ashtray contents, cans, beer bottles, and articles of clothing to name a few, can be picked up by the wind and end up on the ground or on someone else’s terrace or balcony or worse, could hit someone and cause bodily injury or damage to property. The wind is ever present here and you are responsible and liable for items you leave in its path.
Management wishes to remind all residents that DROPPING OR THROWING ANYTHING from windows or balconies is strictly prohibited and is a serious violation of the Association’s Rules and Regulations. It also poses a serious threat to individuals, animals and property below. We ask that all residents take precautions to prevent deliberate and/or accidental discharges of objects from windows and/or balconies. The HOA will prosecute any violation of this to the full extent of the law.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.