Drew has been a resident of Bridgepointe for 9 years. He and his wife Maureen have been active members of the community since they moved here. Drew takes pride in his home and community and this is why he elected to join the board. Drew works as a Director of Supply Chain/Procurement for a hospital.
Rosemary is a resident of Bridgepointe for over 10 years. She has served on the Board of Directors in various roles for over 8 years. She works for a financial services company as a Senior Compliance Officer. She lives here with her dog Buster, and enjoys being an active part of the community.
Lois Mieczkowski moved to Bridgepointe 6 years ago with her husband Jack and son Rob. She is a legal assistant in a law firm in her hometown of Bayonne. She is looking forward to working on the Board and serving the community in any way she can.
Marcy is resident of Bridgepointe for 11 years. She lives here with her husband Keith. She works for a profession as a Regional Director of Marketing for a Global Food Service Contractor. As a member of the Board, she enjoys actively being involved with the community and working with fellow board members with a focus on strategic solutions to enhance the community of Bridgepointe.
Duties of the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors are the individuals selected and given authority to administer the affairs of the Condominium Association, organized as stated in the By-Laws. The Condominium Association, acting through the Board of Directors, shall:
- Promote the health, safety, welfare and recreation of the Members;
- Own, operate, maintain, and repair all Common Areas within the Property and all improvements thereon as provided for in the Association By-Laws;'
- Fulfill the responsibilities and duties delegated to the Homeowners Association as outlined in the By-Laws;
In summary, the Board of Directors purpose is to administer the duties as outlined within the By-Laws of the Condominium Association. To that extent, the Board is responsible for:
- Creation and Administration of an Annual Budget
- Securing bids and selecting contracts to maintain the common grounds as well as areas outlined by the By-Laws ( snow removal of common areas)
- Ensuring the Association is properly insured
- Maintaining Architectural Control of the Association by reviewing and approving requests for improvements from Homeowners
- Assist Homeowners with any request outside the scope of duties (namely, pointing Homeowners in the proper direction.)
- Enforcing the by-laws of the community
It is equally important to outline what the Board does not do and/or does not have authority to do:
- Take responsibility for Homeowner issues surrounding issues between the Homeowner and Third-Parties
- Repairs to Homeowner dwellings as defined in the Master Deed
- Snow removal of areas not designated a common area