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Proposed New Rules

June 30, 2017


To: All Unit Owners


Re: Proposed addition to the Rules & Regulations of the Association for Drones and Harassment.


Dear Owners,


Below are the proposed additions to the Rules and Regulations of The Gold Coast Condominium Association for Drones and Harassment.   


Your Board of Directors has reviewed the proposed addition to the rules of the building thoroughly with our manager. At the Board meeting on 6/6/17, The Board of Directors approved the distribution of these new rules for Drones and Harassment, for all unit owners to review. 



Operation of Drones, UAVs, or other Autonomous/Remote-Control (RC) aerial vehicles of any kind is strictly prohibited anywhere on GCCA property.

a.  Harassment of any kind directed towards GCCA Residents, its Board of Directors, Management, Employees, or any other related staff will not be tolerated by the Association.


b. Determination of Harassment will occur at the sole discretion of the GCCA Board of Directors, and will be considered a violation of Association Rules and Regulations – Subject to fines and further actions as determined by the Board of Directors.


An open meeting for owners to discuss these proposed Rules and Regulations will be held on Tuesday, August 8th at the Board Meeting starting at 6:00pm and the board will formally adopt the proposed amendment to the Rules and Regulations, provided that there are no conflicts.


Also just a reminder that our building has a website and you can go to 71EastDivision.com and create an account.  This website will allow all owners to get documents (i.e Rules, Dec’s, Minutes, Budget) see what is going on in our building and post notices that you may have. 


As always, we welcome your input.





Amy James

Property Manager- Gold Coast Condominium Association



Homeowner’s Insurance Requirement

To: All Unit Owners                                            

This notice will serve as a reminder that our Association requires you have the following Homeowner’s insurance policy:


Homeowner’s Insurance

The owner of every unit must obtain and maintain an insurance policy providing a minimum of $300,000 of insurance coverage for personal liability and compensatory damages resulting from property damage caused to another unit that originates in the insured’s unit, and damage to another unit caused by the negligence of the insured or his/her guests, residents or invitees. This requirement is not satisfied by an insurance policy obtained by a renter. Every unit owner must provide the Management Office with a certificate of insurance confirming the existence of required insurance coverage as your renewals are due to expire.


If you have not already done so, please make sure that you have your insurance company send me a certificate of insurance as soon as possible.  They can fax the certificate or email it to me at the address below.


Please call me if you have any questions,


Thanks for your cooperation


Amy James

Property Manager, CMCA
An Associa member company

The Gold Coast Condo. Assn.

Phone- 312-266-7711



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