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October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB)


Volume 29, No. 10 October 2010
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THE CV VOTE THAT COUNTS

Democracy in Action The President’s


Corner
Every vote counts, say
politicians and pundits — and
Delegate Assembly meetings
at the clubhouse, where UCO
egate Assembly, the Executive
Board, and the UCO officers,
David Israel
people who are residents in matters are voted on.  because there would be major
Century Village. These “UCO matters” in- changes to the present setup if
Ever since the Village be- clude many things, among OVPU were approved. The ex-
came a viable retirement com- which, importantly, are the tent and exact character of these My friends, we are almost through another summer, and it
munity, every unit has been election of the UCO officers changes isn’t known, because has been a hot one. But we have so far (as of this writing) es-
allowed one vote, regardless (president, the four vice presi- it requires legal looking-into caped the hurricanes, which is always good news. I hope your
of the number of persons who dents, etc.) and some (not all) by attorneys; and as described summer has been an enjoyable one.
owned the condo unit. What of the Executive Board mem- in Dave Israel’s column in this
then, you may ask, issue, funding for ONE VOTE PER UNIT: FUNDING TAKES A CLOSE
has been this recent
move afoot called
Some people say it is further legal fact-
finding was voted
DEFEAT
The principal issue taken up by the Delegate Assembly
“One Vote per Unit,”
or OVPU? Don’t we
unfair to deny a unit this down.
To keep up to
meeting of September 3, 2010 was that of One Vote per Unit
(OVPU). I have been a resident of Century Village for ten years,

direct vote. Others say


already have One date on this sub- and I clearly recall this matter being discussed that long ago.
Vote per Unit? The ject, read Dave Is- The reason it arose again is that the Delegate Assembly, only
a few months previously, voted overwhelmingly to once more
they prefer that things
answer is yes in one rael’s column and
sense and no in an- read what others look into OVPU.
UCO Vice President Phyllis Richland, who was well ac-
remain as they have
other. such as Phyllis
Each condo unit Richland, who quainted with this issue, agreed to chair an ad-hoc committee
has an equal say in headed up the to fully investigate the possibilities of OVPU and its ramifica-
the election of an
association’s board
been... OVPU commit-
tee, have had to
Continued on Page 2

members. You vote directly for bers. The Executive Board say on it. If you are a blogger,
these (usually five or seven) acts in an advisory capacity to check out the Century Village
owners who will run your as- the president and other UCO Blog on the subject. (If you And Then
sociation’s affairs.  officers. haven’t been a blogger, you
As an individual unit owner Under the present system might want to become one.) There’s This...
you vote, but you vote indi- each condo unit has, there- You can help yourself in Vice President
rectly, through a representative fore, indirect say (through the keeping up to date and in-
on UCO decisions. UCO is condo association delegate) formed on this and other sub- Phyllis Richland
the administrative body that in the election of the UCO of- jects by attending monthly
handles things for all 309 asso- ficers. Those in favor of “One Delegate Assembly meetings.
ciations — things such as Vil- Vote per Unit” (OVPU) would (You don’t have to be a del- Dateline: Room C, Century were friendly, compassion-
lage security, maintenance of like to see this changed so that egate to attend, by the way. Village Clubhouse, 8/25/10 ate and spoke more than one
the roads, investigations, and each unit has a direct vote in You can ask questions and Today we were able to help language so all the applicants
cable TV, to name but a few. the election of the officers. comment.) Attend any of the some of our residents receive were put at ease.
Your representative is called Some people say it is unfair many open Village meetings credit toward their utility bill. If you need to get in touch
a delegate. He or she, usually to deny a unit this direct vote. held during the month. You More than 50 people came and with FPL because you couldn’t
the association president plus Others say they prefer that will find them listed in the were able to get credit anywhere make the meeting at the Club-
a named alternate, is chosen things remain as they have been, UCO Reporter and on Chan- from $150 to $300, depending house, call 561-355-4746 and
by the board you have elected. with a representative vote. Still nel 63. There is no need for on their qualifications. This is make an appointment to go to
Your delegate (just like a sena- others simply don’t care.   anyone to be taken by surprise a credit for a year and can be their office downtown. You
tor or congressman) represents At issue are the powers and by everything that happens in renewed every year on the an- will need to bring your FPL
your association at the monthly responsibilities of the Del- the Village. o niversary plus one day of the bill, your Social Security award
previous year. letter and any other proof of in-
We have been very fortunate to replace La Cage This service is a federal come you have. Make sure you

Delegate Meeting
Aux Folles on Sunday, February 13 with Cabaret. program offered by the Senior have photo ID, driver’s license
General ticket sales begin Monday, October 25, at 9:00 am. Services of Palm Beach Coun- and/or Medicare card.
ty. The service can also help if To qualify, your gross

Fri, Oct 1, 9:30 am


your utility bill is delinquent or monthly income for one
your service terminated. It can person must be less than
also help when a deposit is re- $1,353 per month and for
quired. Many of our residents two people less than $1,821

Clubhouse Theater
came to renew their credit for per month. One person in the
the coming year. household must be 60 years
The ladies that were there of age. Call me if you have
from the county to sign up our any questions at 683-9189
folks were wonderful. They and good luck!!! o
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Delegate Assembly Minutes OFFICIAL NOTICE


September 3, 2010
Important dates: October 1: Delegate Meeting — vote on
President David Israel • Michael McAuliff, State’s One Vote per Unit was dis- UCO Budget; October 28: Budgeting and Finance Seminar,
Classroom C, 10:30, open to all residents.
opened the meeting and asked Attorney cussed. Dave advised the need Audited financial statement for 2009 is available for
Lt. Kronsberger to lead us • Sara Alsofrom, State At- for legal assistance regard- pickup at the UCO Office. If you’re unable to get to the
in the Pledge of Allegiance. torney’s Office ing the changes that will be office and you would like to have a copy, please call and
David then presented Lt. Kro- • Paulette Burdick, Candidate necessary in the UCO bylaws we will mail it to you. Ask for Marilyn.
nsberger with a placard of for County Commissioner, and the need to approve the Dorothy Tetro, Treasurer
appreciation for the years that District 2 expenditures. Phyllis Rich-
he had served the residents of Treasurer’s Report — land discussed the topic and President’s Corner
the Village. Dorothy Tetro advised about the necessity for the addi- Continued from Page 1
There was a quorum — 151 the following upcoming tional funds. After a significant tions. Everything from the past was reviewed, and many hours
delegates were in attendance. meetings: amount of discussion, the mat- of serious effort went into exploring this matter, including
There was an incident of • Budget Workshop, Sept. 14, ter was brought to a motion. engaging our County Supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher,
a deceased male being found 9:30, Classroom C, Club- Motion: Howie Silver moved who offered advice and said her office could assist by provid-
on the golf course property house that up to $1,000 would be allo- ing voting machines and tallying the votes. Legal advice was
on Thursday. He had been • Ombudsman Workshop, cated for legal expenses for One required even in this exploratory stage, for the UCO bylaws
missing. Lt. Richard DeBe- Oct. 28, 10:00 am in the Vote per Unit, motion seconded and possibly even the Articles of Incorporation would require
rardino from PBSO reviewed Clubhouse, Classroom C — by Jackie Karlan. The motion changing in order to implement OVPU.
the incidents for the month of Association Budgets was defeated 85-66. It was my concern that the monies required beyond our
August. There were 85 calls Minutes of the previous Unfinished Business: None $1,000 “allowance” for this exploratory legal advice should
for service, one stolen vehicle meeting were read and a few New Business: not be spent without the approval of the Delegate Assembly.
that was recovered, and four minor changes were made. Motion: To add Ken Davis After extensive and well-reasoned debate on both sides of the
vehicle break-ins accountable There was discussion regard- as a member of the Execu- issue, the motion to allocate an additional $1000 in funds for
to a visiting relative. All inci- ing the Insurance Commit- tive Board. So moved by Phil this legal advice was voted down by the delegates, failing to
dents have been cleared. Traf- tee Maintenance Checklist Shapkin and seconded by pass by a scant ten votes. Serious kudos and many thanks are
fic officers have been visiting and Mitigation Inspections, Roberta Fromkin. The motion due Phyllis and the OVPU committee, who poured their hearts
the Village and a few warnings which were answered by Ed was carried. into this project.
have been handed out, but not Black and Claudette LaBonte. Rhoda Nadell has decided COORDINATING CENTER OR ASSOCIATION?
tickets. Minutes were accepted as cor- not to pursue the UCO Re- A question has arisen on our Advisory Committee that may
Guests for this meeting were: rected. cording Secretary position. have far-reaching consequences. It is, in short: Is UCO, de-facto,
• Kevin Rader, Dem. Can- President’s Report. Dave The meeting was adjourned an “Association” under Florida law? The following definition
didate for State Senate advised that the generator at at 10:40 am. is extracted from Florida Statutes FS 718.103 (2):
District 27, who briefly ad- UCO has been installed and is Meeting minutes taken by “Association” means, in addition to any entity responsible
dressed the Delegates. waiting for its initial test run. Antoinette M. Salometo. o for the operation of common elements owned in undivided
shares by unit owners, any entity which operates or main-
tains other real property in which unit owners have use
rights, where membership in the entity is composed exclu-
sively of unit owners or their elected or appointed repre-
sentatives and is a required condition of unit ownership.
Further complicating this question is the status of our asso-
ciations and UCO vis-a-vis the Bi-lateral Agreement. The Bi-
lateral Agreement gives UCO the responsibility of negotiating
certain contracts and performing certain duties on behalf of all
unit owners in Century Village. These contracts include items
such as Transportation (our buses), Cable, Security, Insurance,
Investigations, etc.
The issue of status becomes a bit ambiguous when one
discovers that many associations never signed the Bi-lateral
Agreement, and further complications arise over the fact that
certain agreements cannot be found in UCO records, probably
due to damage and loss during the hurricane. The agreement
was first promulgated in 1999, and one cannot help wonder why
— because all associations had been enjoying the benefits of
bulk-contract negotiation by UCO since its inception in 1982.
And they have continued to enjoy these benefits after 1999 to
this very day—most without having ever signed the agreement!
To summarize, it is important to realize that UCO does indeed
own, operate and maintain real property in which unit owners
have use rights, not the least of which are the perimeter roads,
the UCO office building and the UCO laundry. Additionally,
the UCO bylaws state that all unit owners are members of
UCO. Thus, under the “walks like a duck, quacks like a duck”
doctrine, it might reasonably be stated that UCO is indeed an
Association and possibly even a Master Association.
This is ultimately a question for attorneys to sort out, but
UCO would be remiss in its responsibilities to all of our unit
owners if we did not investigate this question and perhaps
consider converting UCO into what it has indeed been acting
like for many years — namely, a Master Association. This may
boil down to being simply a matter of operating legally. I look
forward to well-reasoned debate and input on these issues from
our unit owners in the future.
I wish you all a pleasant and soon cooler fall season, with my
special thanks to the many who have worked hard all through
the summer on behalf of the Village. o
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Maintenance Your Theater


Dom Guarnagia Claudette LaBonte

“Too many Indians and not gap between the wall and the in the Village are two-story Usher Corps — Last sign Bruce Linser
enough chiefs” seems to be toilet tank, toilet tank flush buildings without internal up for pre-season training. • Sat, 10/9/10, 8:00 PM —
the situation in our Village. mechanisms, and the age of unit water shutoff valves. If you would like to join us, Timothy Hawkins
Too many associations have the water heater, etc., as item- The need is great to detect please leave your name and • Sat., 10/16/10, 8:00 PM —
an apparent lack of leadership. ized on the form. In cases and repair or replace out-of- telephone number for me at Celebrity Cabaret
Our teepees are not freestand- where the committee lacks warranty and potentially leak- the ticket office and I will get • Sat., 10/23/10, 8:00 PM —
ing but are attached vertically experience, a knowledgeable ing water heaters hidden under back to you to go over the Dana Paul
and horizontally to those of handyman can be hired for one the kitchen counters and toilet program. If you are a new • Sat., 10/30/10, 8:00 PM —
our neighbors. or two hours to perform the and sink valves that are “fro- resident, this is a great way to A Walk Downtown With the
You may ask, “What does inspection while a committee zen” and inoperable. This is meet your neighbors as well Sounds of Motown.
this have to do with mainte- member records the data. necessary in order to preserve as enjoying our great shows, In addition, on Saturday,
nance?” How we maintain TWO — Building our old structures and maintain movies and dances. Their 10/30, Dress Up or just come
our units impacts our abutters Inspections: viability. number is 640-3120. to the favorite dance of the
both positively and negatively. Hire an insured professional Regarding foreclosed units: This is the last schedule year, the Halloween Dance,
Water-related accidents to inspect the roof elements, in- Electric service is essential to before Opening Night. Come with Peter Dino providing the
have reached an unprec- cluding shingles or other roof prevent the spread of mold and and enjoy these October pre- music. This is a great evening
edented level, affecting not covering, roof penetrations, mildew while keeping the unit sentations: of fun.
only the original unit, but also gutters, downspouts, storm saleable. Installing a 220-volt • Sat., 10/2/10, 8:00 PM — See you at the Theater. o
adjacent units. These accidents pipes and drains. Inspect laun- timer on the through-the-wall
affect the cost of association dry room water heaters for age AC units is the answer. The cost
insurance, passed onto all and signs of leaking. Inspect of operating the AC unit for 3-4
OFFICIAL NOTICE
Save the Date: The UCO Installation and Luncheon
owners through increased in- the washing machine hoses hours a day to reduce the humid- will be held on Sunday, March 13, 2011. This year, our
surance premiums. They also for weakness and cracks, as ity level and thus prevent mold gala affair will be held at the Airport Hilton. The cost
can impact unwanted foreclo- described on the form. growth would be about $35 a is still $35. It may be a good idea for Delegates to
sures that can easily proliferate THREE — Unit Owner month. ask their Associations to add this cost to their annual
and plague an already stressed Notification: If an association has not yet budgets. More information to follow.
association’s budget, necessi- Supply each unit owner with included in its budget a line item Mary Patrick Benton, Chairperson
tating an increase in passed-on a copy of the unit inspection for “Specific Reserve for Con-
maintenance fees to cover the data, noting the deficiencies. tingencies” to cover delinquent
uncollected fees on the fore- Those units with water heaters payments on foreclosed units,
closed units. whose warranty has expired this is perhaps the time to also CLUBHOUSE MOVIES
This trend — which impacts should be informed that ne- include something similar, to VALENTINES DAY (PG-13 • 125 min)
maintenance, insurance and glect in not replacing the water cover maintenance and WPRF Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates, Patrick Dempsey, Jamie Foxx
A love story, more or less. Intertwining couples and singles in
the very viability of Cen- heater could trigger liability costs on foreclosed units. Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures and
tury Village — is reversible. costs borne by the unit owner The recent roof inspec- expectations of Valentine’s Day.
What is required are more if damage to the association tions for the purpose of Sun, 10/03, 1:45 pm
responsible “chiefs” to form building elements occurs. providing the insurance Miti- (continued from last month)
small committees to perform Instructions on how to iden- gation Reports was the first
unit inspections. Utilizing tify the deficiencies and age of step in proactive maintenance TEMPLE GRANDIN (PG • 108 min)
Claire Danes, Catherine O’Hara
the two-page form designed water heaters, plus informa- aimed at reducing damages What made her difference made her exceptional. A biopic of
by the Insurance Committee tion on the cost of replace- and potentially reducing insur- Temple Grandin, an autistic woman who has become one of the top
and distributed at the August ment parts, will be the subject ance costs. scientists in humane livestock handling.
Mon, 10/04, 6:45 pm; Tue, 10/05, 1:45 pm; Thu, 10/07, 6:45 pm;
Delegates Meeting, at least of the next few Maintenance COME TO THE MAIN- Sun, 10/10, 1:45 pm; Mon, 10/11, 6:45 pm
two people can perform the Committee meetings. These TENANCE MEETING ON
following tasks: are interesting, informative FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, AT CELINE: THROUGH THE EYES OF THE WORLD
(PG • 120 min)
ONE — Unit Inspections: sessions. Mark your calendar 10:00 AM, CLASSROOM A Céline Dion, René Angelil, René-Charles
Notify all unit owners that to attend! The use, descrip- (SECOND FLOOR) OF THE Go beyond the music. A documentary on Céline Dion’s 2008-
a survey of each unit will tion and cost of replacement CLUBHOUSE, AND LEARN 2009 Taking Chances world tour. This event gives Dion fans
who attended the extremely popular tour — which placed Dion
take place to compile data parts will be explained and HOW YOU AND YOUR AS- second only to Madonna in ticket sales in 2008 — another chance
regarding the condition of examples displayed. SOCIATION CAN BENEFIT to experience the magical event, this time from a vantage point
sink and toilet shutoffs, the The majority of buildings FROM POSITIVE ACTION. o unparalleled by any ticket.
Tue, 10/12, 1:45 pm; Thu, 10/14, 6:45 pm; Sun, 10/17, 1:45 pm;

• SCREEN REPLACEMENT • WINDOW CLEANING


Mon, 10/18, 6:45 pm; Tue, 10/19, 1:45 pm

• GLASS TINTING
THE LAST SONG (PG • 107 min)
Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear
Do you ever really forget your first heartbreak? A drama centered
on a rebellious girl who is sent to a Southern beach town for the
20% OFF summer to stay with her father. Through their mutual love of music,
the estranged duo learn to reconnect.
SCREEN REPLACEMENT • REPAIRS • WINDOW TINTING Thu, 10/21, 6:45 pm; Sun, 10/24, 1:45 pm; Mon, 10/25, 6:45 pm;
Lic. & Ins.: 2008-07499: 2008-07498 Tue, 10/26, 1:45 pm; Thu, 10/28, 6:45 pm

SAVE ENERGY KILLERS (PG-13 • 93 min)


Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl, Tom Selleck
• Lower Electric Bills with Window Tint One day is enough for you! A vacationing woman meets her ideal
man, leading to a swift marriage. Back at home, however, their
• Shatter-Proof Windows idyllic life is upset when they discover their neighbors could be
assassins who have been contracted to kill the couple.
Replace: Vinyl Windows • Torn or Old Looking Window Screens • Sun, 10/31, 1:45 pm

Porch Screening • Waterproof Screening (continued next month)


• Family Owned & Operated
• FREE Estimates SOLAR ENERGY CONTROL NO ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED
• Professionals Since 1974 561-968-7520
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER October 2010

Search/
Nominating
Insurance Committee From the Desk of
Toni Salometo By Roberta Fromkin Vice President
It seems as though we Bob Marshall
just elected the UCO slate
of officers, but time is al-
most here again. Two Vice
INSURANCE COVERAGES: PART 2 & SOME UPDATES Presidents, the Recording
ASSOCIATION DTA BOXES — FOR
Secretary and ten Execu-
Well, I’m back again with responsibility to their units OFFICERS — HOW DO SECOND AND THIRD TV
tive Board members are
the second and final install- owners. An officer or board WE CONTACT YOU? SETS
open for election. As some of the properties in As I write this (substantially
ment of “Your Insurance Cov- member, who unknowingly The Vice President and
erages.” This month’s column breaches an obligation of his the Village begin to sell or be prior to publication), I have
the Recording Secretary rented, at UCO we are always been notified that the Digital
is about insurance that covers position, can be held financial-
must reside in the Village fielding calls from people who to Analog (DTA) boxes will
any losses you may be liable ly responsible for that breach.
for because of your negligence. The Directors and Officers for at least nine months need to talk to or make contact be available for installation
policy indemnifies those who of the year as well as be a with the association officers. reasonably soon. The Cable
General Liability is the member in good standing When these people contact Committee needs to meet
have this responsibility.
most inclusive of all insur- of UCO. us, we find that our listings of with our contacts at Comcast
ances because it states, “We Workers Compensation, officers for the associations and prepare a delivery sched-
To be eligible for the
will pay for all…except what as everyone knows, protects are substantially out of date. ule. This is very preliminary
Executive Board, you must
is excluded.” The important workers who are injured on Some listings go back to the data, so please be patient. I’m
part of reading a General the job. This insurance pro- also reside in the Village
beginning of 2008! guessing that the initial turnout
Liability policy is knowing tects the associations from for at least nine months
We also find that even if the will probably take place in
what is excluded. Slips and the financial responsibility of the year, be a member list is relatively current, many January. As usual, check the
falls from poorly maintained of uninsured subs and their in good standing of UCO if not all of the phone numbers next edition of this newspaper
premises are an example of employees who are hurt when and volunteer to serve on have been turned off for the and Channel 63 for further
liability losses, but there are working for the association. at least two committees. season. On some occasions details.
other types of losses that are We will be meeting shortly, Many residents criticize it has been impossible to find
also included. perhaps before the issue of and complain about what any building officer. CONDO LAW
the Reporter is printed, with a goes on in the Village. If Please — update your list PRESENTATION ON
Umbrella Coverage is
representative of Don Meyler you are one of them, you us­ing the form available at NOVEMBER 10
General Liability coverage
Inspections to get answers to a now have the opportunity the UCO office, or just list Mark Friedman, of the law
with much higher limits. Be-
few questions we have regard- the officers and their phone firm Becker and Poliakoff,
cause the General Liability to do something: Run for
ing some of the inspections. To num­bers and email it to me at will be in the Clubhouse on
policy can only be written for a
those who have raised ques-
an office and be a part of
maximum of $2,000,000, it is ucovicepresident3@gmail.com November 10 to discuss the
tions, we appreciate them and the Executive Board. It’s
necessary to buy an Umbrella changes in the law passed at
will get back to you ASAP. an easy and simple process
policy to increase this limit. COMCAST BOXES the latest legislative session.
Also, if your association to be nominated. — ACQUIRING AND There were several changes,
Without these higher limits, Please bring a picture
hasn’t picked up a copy of DISPOSING OF THEM and most of them will have a
our associations would face
their new Law and Ordinance and a typed bio giving a There is still some confu- direct impact on your associa-
difficulties with the possibility
of suits and liens being levied
policy, please let us know or short history of what you sion regarding the acquisition tion’s actions.
stop by the front desk at UCO. did before residing in the of the new cable-TV box from
against them.
Just take out the old policy Village, as well as your Comcast. There are two ways REMEMBER TO
Directors and Officers from your white binder and West Palm Beach Century this can be accomplished. The BUDGET FOR
coverage protects each officer replace it with the new one. Village activities to the first is to go to the local Com- DELINQUENCIES
and board member of an As- Have a safe and healthy cast office, request the box and Delinquent accounts con-
UCO office to my atten-
sociation who has a fiduciary month. o then bring it home and install tinue to be a problem, and as
tion. We should receive
it. The second way is to call time passes it is even more im-
these by October 1. Include
UCO Recording Secretary
Comcast and request the box portant to treat this situation as
your phone number just in
be delivered and installed. being very important. If your
case we have to get in touch
needed immediately with you.
The first option is free, but the 2011 budget is not prepared
second generates a charge of correctly, it may very well im-
You will find working on about $40. If for any reason pact your ability to pay all of
Year-round position
that involves taking minutes at meetings. the Board is a rewarding you wish to get rid of a cable the association’s obligations.
and satisfying experience. box, there is a container near If you need help, please
This Is a Volunteer Position Try it, you’ll like it. the entrance to UCO where come to the UCO office. We
Good luck to you all! o you may deposit the box. are here to help you. o
If you are interested,
please bring or send a short bio to:
UCO Office
Attention: Roberta Fromkin
2102 West Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
Phone 683-9189; Fax 683-9904
Please include your phone number.

UCO office is open


Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
and Friday 12 noon to 4 p.m.

If you have any questions,


call Roberta Fromkin, at 712‑0259, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

At the Library UCO 2011 BUDGET REVIEW


By Chuck Waugh
Book Discussion at The 2011 Budget Review amounts are being suggested
meeting on September 17, was for discussion and decision at
Safety Okeechobee Branch
attended by about 50 residents.the delegates meeting.
Library
George Franklin Sponsored by the Friends of
The meeting went smoothly Cable TV “Doorway Fee”
with only a few questions. money, a lump sum we re-
the Palm Beach County Library The Laundry income/ex- ceived from Comcast for sign-
System, this season’s adult book pense was confusing for some.  ing on to the new Cable TV
discussion series is entitled Once it was understood to be a agreement in 2009, will not
“Master the Art of Reading.” convenience for the residents be available to partially offset
Dr. Carole Policy will again be and self-supporting, not paid Cable TV costs in 2011 as it
Hi, folks: By the time you properly marked “no parking” leading the popular discussions
get this article, the season signs which must be posted for by assessments, things was in 2010. This, in addition
each month. Sign up at the refer- progressed right along. to the contractually agreed-
should be starting up nicely. on your association property. ence desk and receive a copy of
Just a few tips here to help When signing the contract, upon increase for 2011, will
the book to check out. The following new account for most of the in-
you keep the 2010 and 2011 only a few certain persons The following is a schedule
season enjoyable for you: will be able to call the tow Line Items were added crease in Cable TV costs.
of the 2010-2011 “Master the The budget has been scru-
One of the items that have company and will be autho- to the budget:
Art of Reading” Book Discus- tinized to the point that, apart
been brought to my attention rized to request the removal sion; the 90 minute discus- Reserve for Bad Debt — from contractual agreement
lately is parking. Now, each of the questionable vehicle. sions will start at 2:00 p.m. on There is no arrearage at this increases, it would be less in
one of our buildings is its’ Keeping it simple, I suggest the days listed: point, but to be better pre- 2011 than we project will be
own association. The rules you that only the President and Title and Date pared in the event it becomes spent in 2010. With the con-
have in your by laws covers Vice President be authorized • Girl with a Pearl Earring, a reality, this was added to tractual increases, there will
how things are done in your to make that call. Now, keep by Tracy Chevalier, Nov. the UCO budget—just as as- be an increase of $8.42 per unit
building. As far as parking, in mind, if you make a wrong 17, 2010 sociations have been asked per month — the difference
there are a few things you can call and the car is towed and/or • House of Mirth, by Edith to add this category to their between the $62.86 budgeted
do to keep your vehicle from damaged, you will be respon- Wharton, Dec. 15, 2010 budgets. for 2011 and $54.44, the pro-
getting dinged up or worse: sible for the tow and damage • On the Road, by Jack Ker- 2102 UCO Building Re- jected actual for 2010.
Please park in your designated recover costs. That can be a ouac, Jan. 19, 2011 serve — For the new build-
parking spot. You all have one very complicated problem. • Tourist Season, by Carl Hi- ing, we needed to establish IT IS VERY IMPORTANT
they came with your purchase Be sure you know what you aasen, Feb. 16, 2011 a reserve for future repairs, TO HAVE YOUR ASSO-
of your unit. Please, and I re- are doing before you call for • Mansfield Park, by Jane CIATION DELEGATES BE
refurbishing, painting, etc.
peat this, park properly. Don’t a vehicle to be removed. Austen, Mar. 16, 2011 There was some discus- PRESENT AT THE NEXT
park in a neighbor’s space just If you have any questions The Okeechobee Boulevard sion on reducing the budgeted DELEGATES MEETING
because it is a better spot for regarding setting up of a tow Branch Library is located next amount for repaving from 500K ON OCTOBER 1, SO THEY
you!! away program, please con- to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours to 250K. Some felt the amount CAN BE A PART OF THE
If you park over the desig- tact me at the UCO Office are: Monday, Tuesday, and should be reduced; others felt UCO BUDGET DECISION-
nated line of your space, you and I will be glad to guide Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. we needed the cushion in the MAKING PROCESS.
are making for a miserable fit, you through this process. An to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri- —John Hess x
event of an emergency. Both
enter and exit of your neighbor unregistered vehicle is still day and Saturday from 10:00
to their vehicle, which could parked in a private space and a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village
cause you to get your car as such cannot be removed. Creole Computer Class • Sat, Oct. 16, 8:30 a.m. —
residents, including seasonal • Wed, Oct. 6, 8:30 a.m. — Browser Basics
banged up by opening doors or However, if something should residents, are eligible for a free
being scratched by packages. happen, example, leaking fuel Browser Basics • Mon, Oct. 18, 6:00 p.m.
library card with proper I.D. • Wed, Oct. 6, 6:30 p.m. — — Creole Computer Class
Take the extra minute to be or oil etc., that can be consid- Visit the library today!
sure you are properly parked ered a hazard or fire, etc., the Election: Know the Issues • Tue, Oct. 19, 5:30 p.m. —
October Programs: • Thu, Oct 7, 2:30 p.m. — Writers’ Critique Work-
in your space. There should be owner would be responsible • Weekdays in October —
enough room on each side of for clean up and or any dam- Cyber Security shop
Book a Librarian • Fri, Oct. 8, 2:30 p.m. — • Wed, Oct. 20, 2:30 p.m.
your vehicle to get in and out age it caused. If that vehicle is • Fri, Oct. 1, 2:30 p.m. —
of your car, and your neighbor unregistered and a problem oc- Movie — Beginning Word 2007
Movie • Wed, Oct. 13 2:30 p.m. — • Wed, Oct. 27, 2:30 p.m. —
also. curs, their insurance company • Mon, Oct. 4, 8:30 a.m. —
Another question I have may deny any claim made. Let’s Share Recipes! Intermediate Word 2007
Mousing Around • Fri, Oct. 15, 8:30 a.m. — • Sat, Oct. 30, all day —
been asked many times is Be sure all vehicles are • Mon, Oct. 4, 6:00 p.m. —
concerning the removal of registered and insured under Mousing Around Classic Monster Movies o
improperly stored or parked
vehicles. First of all, the park-
Florida or other state law.
One last thing I am going to
October Open Meetings
ing spaces and parking lots are say here regarding guest park- Date Time Group Location
private property. The Sheriff ing: You pay for your parking 10/01/10 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Meeting Theater
will not come to ticket or tow spaces in your lot. Allowing 10/01/10 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office
a vehicle, so don’t even bother friends and relatives to park
10/01/10 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
to call them, unless you have in guest spaces for extended
belief the vehicle parked has periods of time at your neigh- 10/07/10 10:00 am Community Relations Card Room B
been involved in a unreported bors’ expense is very rude, to 10/08/10 10:00 am Maintenance Card Room B
accident or is stolen. In those put it simply. If your friends 10/12/10 9:30 am Irrigation UCO Office
cases, they will either respond or relatives are going away
or ask for the license plate on trips, etc., do them a favor: 10/12/10 9:30 am Transportation Room B
number over the phone to Pick them up and drive them 10/19/10 10:00 am Insurance UCO Office
check. to the bus, train or airport, 10/26/10 10:00 am Operations UCO Office
If your association wants wherever. They may return
10/27/10 10:00 am Officers UCO Office
to be able to tow vehicles from a nice vacation to find
improperly parked or stored, their vehicle gone with daily 10/27/10 1:30-2:30 Homestead Workshop Room C
you must follow some simple storage charges added up to a 10/28/10 10:30-1:00 Condo Finances Room C
rules. You have to contract lot of money.
10/28/10 1:00 pm Centenarian Luncheon Party Room
with a local tow company Please park properly! Until
who will provide you with next time, be safe out there!! o 11/01/10 1:30 pm Executive Board Room B
11/05/10 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Meeting Theater
11/05/10 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office
F F F F F 11/05/10 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
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frequently done. Be aware! go along with anything the


A few months ago, a ceiling president wanted.
fan broke in my bedroom. I This change would destroy
disposed of it and purchased our present system, which has
The official newspaper of Century Village a new one. I called a well- been running very well for a
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 established “family company” few decades. If we made the
to install it and was given a proposed changes in the UCO
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
price per hour for one man. bylaws, we would destroy our
Email: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com They sent three men. One present democratic process.
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri watched, while the other two Above all, remember, if we
Acting Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd Kronish attached it. In addition, they are not careful about changes
Editors.................................... Joe Saponaro, June Saponaro listed that they had disposed to the UCO bylaws, we could
Business Coordinator, Advertising.......... Phyllis Siegelman The “Mail Bag” sec- of the fan — they hadn’t, I find that UCO is being run by
had. When finished, one of the a dictatorship.
Pre-Press Coordinator....................................John Saponaro tion of the UCO Re-
men presented me with a bill REMEMBER: NEVER
Layout Coordinator...................................... Myron Silverman porter represents the for $601! When I questioned GIVE UP ANY OF YOUR
Editorial Consultant.............................................Lanny Howe
OPINIONS OF THE his sanity, he claimed he had RIGHTS. ALWAYS CON-
Photo Editor, Consultant..........................................Ken Graff
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler
AUTHOR ONLY. UCO made a mistake and changed SIDER ANY CHANGES
Consultant......................................................... Toni Salometo supports the publication the charge to $341. I went to TO THE UCO BYLAWS
Circulation............Seacrest, Pruitt, Gallagher, CMC, Apogee of the diverse opinions their office and asked to have VERY CAREFULLY BE-
the price reduced to some- FORE VOTING ON ANY
(your property managers) of our residents, and will
thing closer to what they had CHANGES.
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. endeavor to continue to originally quoted me. They did Jerry Karpf
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: publish opinions which reduce the hourly wage of one What Comes First, the
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed
may be considered in- of the men and I ended up by
Chicken or the Egg?
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge.
flammatory but not de- paying $241. We should not
I sat in disbelief as the One
famatory. hesitate to speak up when the
Vote Per Unit issue came up
(Submit on 8.5" by 11" paper.) price is out of line.
Requiem for a Fighter for debate at the latest “Del-
Submissions & Articles...... Please type in caps and lower case, Rosalind Smoller
VP Phyllis Richland must egate(?) Assembly.” I should
double spaced, any item. “Space available” basis. Email preferred. My Thoughts on the have known after the Ex-
be commended highly for
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems). the extraordinary effort she OVPU Amendment ecutive Board meeting on the
put into providing info to the Even though I am in favor of previous Monday that this was
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com
Delegate Assembly last week. One Vote per Unit (OVPU), I going to be shot down for lack

OFFICERS
She was calm and clearly ex- could not vote in favor of plac- of financial backing. What
plained and answered as many ing more monies in the OVPU a nice way of saying that,
questions as possible. When legal fund at the September 3 “We’re looking out for the
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 she had no exact information, delegate assembly meeting, residents.” Baloney, folks!!!
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 she was honest enough to in- because of the changes that The thinking in circles is
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm form us that everything was would have to be made to the that we, the newer residents,
President: David Israel not yet finalized. UCO bylaws. I also believed, just don’t care and the im-
President Emeritus: George Loewenstein For those snowbirds that based on prior experience, portant issues in the Village
Vice Presidents: Sal Bummolo, Frank Cornish, missed this meeting, we need that the $1000 was a drop in should be handled by those
Bob Marshall, Phyllis Richland to tell you she supported the the bucket, and that the true who are active on committees
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro One Vote per Unit plan for legal costs could run $50,000- and have been for some time.
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank your benefit also. $100,000 or more to complete Well, how do you get on com-
Recording Secretary: We wish Phyllis better results the OVPU amendment. mittees? You can volunteer, if
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver for other items on her agenda. One of the biggest changes you know someone or you can
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton Dot Loewenstein would have been that if OVPU have a skill that they need.
Office Manager: Mary Patrick Benton passed, it would have made Honey Sager gave a great
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie Levine Be Aware of Scams changes to how our present talk about coming to the Vil-
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy, In a recent issue of the system of how Century Village lage to retire and play golf. She
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small, Reporter you asked for new is run and how the powers of became concerned by how the
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy ideas for the paper. Recently UCO bylaws are presently di- expenses were being handled by
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin, I have been made aware of vided between the UCO dele- WPRF and UCO. She looked
Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, Claudette LaBonte, the many scams and overpric- gates and the Executive Board. around and saw that she could
Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, Ron Massa ing of goods and services. The changes would result in a become a delegate, work and
This is now going on, even major shift in voting power of
Executive Board among those we believe to be the delegate assembly in pass-
help her community and that’s
what some of us want to do. We
David Bernstein Claudette LaBonte reputable companies. They are ing amendments, allocating have skills and we want to help.
Bettie Bleckman Al McLaughlin targeted especially at elderly
Randall Borchardt Haskell Morin funds, and determining how We also want the right to choose
Carol Castro Michael Rayber people who are often alone and the general operations are car- our elected representatives —
Sandy Cohen Honey Sager unfamiliar with fair pricing ried on by UCO. where is the problem here?
Barbara Cornish Toni Salometo and, accordingly, very vul-
George Franklin Joe Saponaro The delegate assembly is On the whole, the problem
Roberta Fromkin Howie Silver nerable. I believe it would be made up of 309 delegates who lies in the associations, where
Louise Gerson Isabelle Scherel helpful to have a column that represent every association in old guard residents hold on to
Dom Guarnagia Myron Silverman alerts residents to these unfair
Lanny Howe Ted Silverman the Village. With OVPU, the those delegate votes like gold.
Jackie Karlan Lori Torres practices and expensive scams. delegates would lose most of From the list of missing Del-
Syd Kronish Jeanette Veglia Let me give a few typical their voting power. The Ex- egates, you can see that there
examples: ecutive Board, comprised of isn’t a lot of participation — we
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published Last month, I answered a
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village,
28 people who don’t represent usually get a quorum, but in
West Palm Beach, FL.
newspaper ad with a coupon to every association in the Vil- the off-season it can be tough. I
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a Mutual Ben- have carpets cleaned at a very lage, would become the real was so ashamed of my associa-
efit Organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any low price. When the worker power in Century Village. This tion’s lack of participation that I
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors came, he hardly looked at my
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They system could give the UCO forced the issue and make them
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, carpets. He told me my cou- president unlimited power put me as an alternate delegate,
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which pon was worthless and gave because eight members of the as I must be at the assembly
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the me a very high estimate for
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or Executive Board are picked by anyway. Now, my association
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of the cleaning. This is called the president, and at least ten is represented — is yours?
the product or service. “bait and switch” and is very other board members would Continued on Page 7
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

Inspections —
Necessary —
Stamps in Now? CERT:
Community Emergency
the News By Ed Black
Response Team
Insurance Committee
Syd Kronish Member Jackie Karlan
We have been interviewing
insurance agencies to obtain
competitive bids for the
Are we aware — aware into its causes. HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS FOR PROCRASTINATORS
2011/2012 insurance year.
of the myriad of problems Experts estimate that more One conversation led to an When it comes to emer- 5. Today I’ll make sure I
confronting America in its than five million Americans offer by an agency to establish gency planning, it’s not un- have enough paper products,
attempts to fight diseases that are living with the disease. a separate policy for those as- usual to procrastinate. To all toilet paper, paper towels,
affect us all? There is presently no cure, but sociations that are proactive procrastinators: What you and tissues on hand. Then
The U.S. Postal Service scientists around the world are (shut off water for departing need is some motivation! I’ll go see the movie at the
continually issues stamps conducting research to learn seasonal residents and have a Some rewards! Try these Clubhouse.
highlighting public aware- more about cause and treat- maintenance plan implement- ideas to keep yourself on
ness of health issues with such ment. track: 6. Today I’ll go to the bank
ed) so their premium might be
diseases as Diabetes, AIDS, Though it typically affects and get extra cash in case
reduced by 10-15% in 2011.
Cancer and Alzheimer’s. people over 60 years of age, 1. Today I’ll put important the banks are closed and
Evidently, some insurance
Two of these diseases, AD should not be considered legal, insurance, medical and the ATMs are not working.
companies will reduce premi-
which have affected millions, an inevitable part of aging. financial papers in a plastic I’ll fill my gas tank too. Then
ums and keep lower deduct-
are the basis of my column The average patient, say doc- bag. I’ll put them in a place I’ll go to the arcade for a few
ibles for those associations
today — Diabetes and Al- tors, lives up to 10 years after I can easily grab if I need to hours.
that take steps to try to prevent
zheimer’s. being diagnosed. The rate of evacuate. Then I’ll go to the
the myriad of claims for water
Diabetes has been one of progression varies from per- “resistance pool” and walk 7. Today I’ll take my Prin-
damage repairs experienced cess (land-line) phone out
the leading causes of death son to person. for 30 minutes.
in 2009. Compare this with of the closet and plug it in
here in the U.S. The frighten- It is not uncommon for per- the 10% increase by Citizens
ing aspect of this disease is sons with AD to lose their way. 2. Today I’ll call the because cordless phones will
Insurance Company for the pharmacy and arrange for not work if the power is out.
that, according to the medical In one case, a woman “went remainder of the associations.
profession, about one-third of for a local drive in West Palm an extra supply of all my Then I’ll go to Carvel for a
Just to let you know: An medications. Then I’ll go to double scoop of ice cream. If
all Americans with this disease Beach and ended up in Key association’s board of direc-
don’t even know they have it! West.” Dunkin’ Donuts for a small I were dieting, I’d have some
tors is required to manage decaf coffee and a jelly donut. carrots with a low calorie dip.
Diabetes is a chronic dis- Of the roughly 200 Silver the business affairs of their
ease that prevents the body Alerts that occurred in Florida, association in a reasonable 3. Today I’ll prepare an 8. Today I’ll attend a
from making ample insulin the medical results show the fashion and fulfill their fi- emergency First Aid Kit. CERT Meeting to see what
or prevents it from using the highest number of such Alerts duciary responsibilities by Then I’ll go shopping at the else I can do to help myself.
insulin effectively. There is occurred in this state. acting in the best interests of mall. Then I’ll tell my friends to join
still no cure for the disease; Each case of this disease their association. In my view, me next month.
however, the disease can be takes a toll on caregivers as this means preventing those 4. Today I’ll check on my
managed with proper diet, well. There are groups that water losses by inspection and ready-to-eat canned goods, These simple tasks take
weight control, exercise, blood provide education and support repair/replacement of parts as crackers and water supply. no more than 20 minutes or
glucose testing and oral medi- for them and family members. might be required. I’ll make sure I have enough less each day and by the end
cation or injection. Some drugs have shown prom- for a week. Then I’ll have of a week you’ll be ready
The design of this 31¢ stamp ise of lowering the symptoms THE REWARD WILL BE lunch at Wendy’s, a salad, of for whatever Mother Nature
features an acrylic painting in its early stages. TWOFOLD: course. sends your way. o
conveying the importance of The stamp design draws • You and your owners may
diabetes awareness and early attention to the importance of save on premiums by being
Upcoming CERT Meetings
detection. the caregiver. The artwork was
In 2008, the Postal Service done by Matt Mahurim.
proactive. Clubhouse Art Room
• You avoid the disasters of
raised the awareness of Al- If you want more informa- not being proactive — and Mon, Oct 18, 3pm • Mon, Nov 15, 3pm • NO MEET IN DEC
zheimer’s Disease (AD), the tion about these two diseases, the results of those losses.
most common form of demen- you may go to your local
tia among older people. The library or to the internet. HERE IS HOW YOU CAN
disease is named after Lois Collectors may obtain these HELP:
Alzheimer, a German doctor stamps by contacting their lo- • Attend the regularly sched-
who did important research cal stamp dealer. o uled Maintenance com-
The Mail Bag Continued from Page 6 mittee meetings and see
what steps you can take to
So let’s see what we have: One of these days, we are go- improve the maintenance
Delegates who don’t attend as- ing to have to face the facts there and upkeep of your associa-
sembly meetings are making are no changes coming into the tions. Ask questions about
decisions for those of us who Village till we all get involved; specifics.
can’t make decisions because we apathy isn’t going to do it. • Arrange for a committee
can’t vote. Have I got that right? Toni Salometo member to speak at your

Frank Faline board meetings to encour-


age participation. 
What have we to lose?
HANDYMAN The answer is: disastrous
All your handyman services and more, big losses forcing many from their
or small. There is no limit to my expertise, homes for extended periods
of time, increased insurance
air conditioner filters to toilet fixes, bulbs,
premiums, and quite possibly
paint that shelf. increased deductibles.

561-319-1012
Yo u d e c i d e — w h i c h
will your residents/owners
prefer? o
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER October 2010

Security An Interesting Volunteer


By Frank Cornish
Opportunity
Health In the past month of August,
we have had 18,757 entries In a recent UCO Reporter, volunteer activity that uses
Michael Rayber into Century Village and 421 I saw an article entitled “A those skills. If you find out that
denied entry. We also had 3 New Face in Town.” The new an activity isn’t up your alley,
broken gate-arms in total be- face is Sarah Alsofrom, the they’ll find you another one.
tween the two gatehouses. Public Information Officer at Maybe you just like to make
This was supposed to be
the State Attorney’s office in phone calls — they can find
our slow time of the year, but
FLU SEASON IS HERE as you can see, it is not. Times
Palm Beach County. the place for you.
The article went on to say Our retirement years can
We are once again entering cart and receive all the germs. are changing in the Village,
that the State Attorney’s Of- be a wonderful opportunity to
the flu season. On behalf of Finally, you climb on the Cen- and we must grow with them.
We, the Security Commit- fice needed volunteers. I called give back to the community.
your Health and Safety Com- tury Village bus and share all and chose to work with Sarah The State Attorney’s Office is
mittee, I would like to remind those germs with everyone on tee, would like to implore the
residents of Century Village Alsofrom herself. looking out for all of us — and
you that you must have your the bus by touching the rail to
to remember to call or make I volunteer two days a week. you can help them do that.
flu shot. This is urgent for climb on. Be aware that Publix
all seniors. The flu may be a has wipes at the entrance that the proper arrangements to The first week, I went with Sar- The article at the State
minor matter for most people, you can use. help expedite your guest’s ah to the Palm Beach County Attorney’s website lists two
but it is life-threatening for us. For those of you who at- entry into the Village without Sheriff ’s names you
Last year, a great fuss was
made concerning coughing into
tended the UCO delegates
meeting: If you watched the
delay or confrontation with
our Security Officers. This
Office to
attend a
I volunteer two days can call:
D e ­
our shoulders. The real threat
is not the cough; it is one’s
microphone on stage get
passed back and forth, yes,
past month, again, we had a
few incidents which got out of
news con-
ference.
a week...there are so b ­­­o r a h
Kenneway,
hands. If we trace the spread
of the flu, it clearly starts with
the board did share the germs.
You may have noticed VP
control and the Sheriffs had to
be called to deal with the issue.
The news
conference
many opportunities. Vo l u n t e e r
Program
young children. Yes, I know we Phyllis Richland wipe the mic These past months, Security was about Director,
do not have children, but we with her hands. That did not has dealt with more “disor- the arrest of 14 people in a 561-355-7492, dkenneway@
do have Publix. The children actually kill the germs. All of derly incidents” than ever tax-fraud scheme. sa15.state.fl.us
bring the flu home from school you who came to the mics to before. This all stems from During my second week, I Or: Sarah Alsofrom, Public
and share it with their family. talk: Yes, you all did share the residents not following the helped escort television and Information Officer/Volunteer
Then, Mom shops at Publix and germs, and don’t forget the proper procedures of Century newspaper media to a confer- Program Co-Director, (561)
has the child sit in the cart or rails as you all climbed on the Village when allowing guests
bigger kids push the cart. The bus after the meeting. ence room. State Attorney Mi- 355-7249, salsofrom@sa15.
entry. chael McAuliffe was leading state.fl.us
result is a cart handle covered The answer: Buy a pocket Security would like to re-
with germs. Next, you take the bottle of hand sanitizer. o a news conference about the Here’s a tip: When you call
mind all residents without a arrest of Jeff Koons. I stayed to make an appointment for the
landline that they must either
and listened. It was fascinating! initial interview, verify where
come down to either gatehouse
There are so many volun- you will park. I park in the
with their CV IDs and log
teer opportunities. Go to the County Office Building park-
their guest in or make some
website: www.sa15.state.fl.us/ ing. I get a parking ticket, but it
Clubhouse the two huge boxes of dona- kind of arrangement with their
neighbor or association. Secu- stateattorney. Click on Join is signed each time I volunteer,
tions. I think she just needed
Library a break, but since she is not rity isn’t allowed to take any the Team and highlight and so I don’t have to pay for park-
By Dot Loewenstein on the library committee, her information over the phone, click on Volunteers. You will ing. There is a lunch room if
volunteering was very much as per the Post Orders of CV. find out all the different areas you bring your lunch or many
Shelves may look bare for appreciated. Also, if you want to use your where there are volunteer op- places nearby to eat. Everyone
awhile, but sometimes we OK, folks: now is the time cell phone to call in a guest, portunities available. is very friendly and I am enjoy-
receive extremely interesting for you to get rid of those extra you must get permission from The volunteer director will ing this volunteer time.
items other than books, such books taking up space, and your association in writing and find out what your skills and Jean Bruckert, President
as photos. Of what, you ask? we will happily pick them up. bring it to UCO. o interests are, and then find a Andover M Association
Sailboats! Do stop in and en- Contact the Administration of-
joy them. New jigsaw puzzles fice at 640-3120 and leave us
with dragons on info about your
them glow in CRAIG THE HANDYMAN
the dark, while
address and
phone number. No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small, One Call Does It All. HOWIE’S
a child’s ver- But please, keep

dl y
sion of Roulette • Locks • Lightbulbs Changed • AC & Water Filters • Phone

n
in mind, that we
came with re-
ally tiny balls
and the other
prefer hardcov-
er books to be
& Electronic Hookups and much more
Honest, Reliable & Dependable Service Guaranteed
F r i e
in good (clean)
necessary items
which we felt
condition, with
original jacket
CAR
561-333-8961
might not be
safe for some of
covering. Those
without covers
Fully Insured FREE ESTIMATES SERVICE
our residents, so
we borrowed it to try at home.
can be placed on Computer Nanny — In Home Training to and from
the big table outside. Remem-
You all know how the puz- Full Technical Support
zle enthusiasts are concentrat-
ber our basic rule: return or
replace any hardcover books • Computer Introduction
Airport,
ing so hard that nothing can
disturb them, so you might
you borrow. This assures us of
a rotating inventory with new
• Email + Virus Protection
• Internet Training
Doctors and
understand my surprise when
Ann (no last name, thank you)
items always available. Large • Digital Photography
• Facebook Lessons Shopping
Print books are especially wel- • Craigslist - FREE Buying — FREE Selling
arose and helped me unload come. Thanx! o • Digital Photography - All Area
• eBay: Buying and Selling
Call
• Microsoft Word or Works

7th Lesson FREE Jo Whitesell: 561-379-5175


309-9994
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 9

EXPERIENCE,
INTEGRITY
AND
COMMITTED
TO SERVE
ABOUT LISA SMALL
LEGAL
• 17 years of courtroom experience
• Florida Bar Board of Governors, 15th Judicial Circuit Representative (2005-Present)
• Traffic Hearing Officer (appointed by Chief Judge)

Think Big…
- Presides over 150 trials and handles thousands of cases
• Palm Beach County Bar Association, Past President
• Florida Association for Women Lawyers, Palm Beach County Chapter, Past President

CIVIC

Vote SMALL
• Anti-Defamation League, Civil Rights Committee Member
• Greater South County Road Association, Past President
• Volunteer for Red Cross and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

EDUCATION

for Judge
• B.S. Foreign Service, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
• J.D., University of Florida College of Law

PERSONAL
• 40 year resident of Palm Beach County
• Married with one child

Lisa
ENDORSED BY
PBC Police Benevolent Association Mayor of West Palm Beach
PBC Human Rights Council Voters Lois Frankel

SMALL
Alliance Mayor of Village of Wellington
PBC Medical Society Darell Bowen
West Boca Chamber PAC Palm Beach County School Board Member
Frank A. Barbieri
National Organization for Women
Former Palm Beach County State Attorney
AFL-CIO Palm Beach-Treasure Coast Barry Krischer
PBC Clerk and Comptroller Town Council Member Palm Beach
FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE · GROUP 33 Sharon Bock Richard M. Kleid
Mayor of Delray Beach Former Congressman
Woodie McDuffie Harry A. Johnson, II
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low guest entry. If your as-


sociation has not approved
cell phone use, the current
policy of allowing only land-
Investigations Frankly Speaking line call-ins, will stand. I
Louise Gerson Vice President would suggest that each as-
sociation address this issue,
Frank J. Cornish make a decision, and should
they choose to come into the
21st Century, advise UCO of
this — on their letterhead,
If all your board members house fees, besides your day to
Projects, Purchases video, so please keep this in dated and signed by one or
and Policies mind and inform your guests, more board members, with
and officers are up North, then day expenses.
No new projects are under as well as any workmen, of the association seal. It will
you should appoint someone When there are owners not
consideration at this time. this update. then be entered on the UCO
living in your building to take paying their monthly assess-
We have, most importantly, We also are taking this computer, allowing entry by
charge of your association ments, then it means all other
purchased and installed a gen- opportunity to remind you, cell phone.
business. Your maintenance owners in the building must
erator, which will power the once more, to call the Gate Speaking of entry, except
companies can issue checks pay for them.
UCO building in the event of (689-1759) to admit any of for some private pools, the
for investigating new owners, Everything here is strictly
an electrical outage. You will your visitors. Whether they are new pool gates throughout
renters and occupants. Some- confidential.
also note the new security personal friends, workmen, the Village continue to be a
one from your building has to In the month of August,
cameras at each of our gates, or food-delivery people, they problem for many. We all are
be responsible for signing the we had 29 sales, 28 rentals, 8
which we feel will be a huge must be pre-authorized by you working on a solution to com-
investigation application. requests for occupants and 1
asset in the event of any alter- to enter. ply with both safety and easy
We do investigations for deed transfer, for a total of 66
cations between our security Many associations have access.
sales, rentals, and requests for investigations.
guards and persons entering informed UCO of their policy As always, all suggestions
occupants to live with owners If you have any ques-
the Village. This equipment change allowing the use of are welcomed by yours truly
and deed transfers. tions, please come in to our
will record both audio and a cell phone, instead of the and my fellow UCO board
Please keep your associa- office. o
traditional landline, to al- members. o
tions up to date when you have
added names to your deed.
A picture ID is needed for
rentals and occupants as proof
of your age along with your
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A Ghost
Called Charlie
By Sue Cohen
O.K. So you’ve never heard
of ghosts haunting Century
Village at ten-thirty in the
morning, but then, you never
knew Charlie Sporzak.
Plumber he was, good
Union man too, and he was
working on the waste pipe un-
der the kitchen sink in my unit
last year. He reached for his
bag to get a tool — and it was
there! Whether that brought on
the fatal heart attack, no one
knows, but poor old Charlie
was carried out feet first and
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No, I didn’t exactly see him
working on that waste pipe, be-
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but he was there all right, every
morning, half past ten…tap…
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it drove me crazy. thing about getting rid of the local churches, so I tried not getting double time. Get of the workers and who takes
Then, somebody told me ghosts. Well, being Jewish, a spot of do-it-yourself exor- back to the other place and notice of a solid ghost? o
cism and it worked. start organizing your brother
How? I just waited for the ghosts instead of blacklegging
tapping to start, opened the down here!”
cabinet door a crack and yelled, There was a whoosh of
“Charlie Sporzak, I know cold wind in my face — and
you’re in there; you’re work- I’ve never heard a tap out of
ing on your break and you a Charlie since.
Union man!” What’s more, no one’s re-
The tapping slowed. Char- ported ghosts in the county
lie was obviously getting the for ages. Guess they must be
message. too busy attending Charlie’s
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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENTS OF 2010


CALL DEBBIE @ 561.502.2939
Condominium Rental Amendment (Section 718.110(13), F.S.:
Please be advised that I’ve accessed numerous legal websites attempting to gain a clear
perspective on what this new legislative amendment actually means. Comments on this amend- Century Village Residents
ment vary depending on the legal source, making it a bit unclear as to the specific intent of Denied the Vote
the legislature. The interpretation which I personally believe explains it with the greatest
clarity is as follows: “The revised language provides more detail as to what is prohibited with One Condo — One Vote!
respect to amending the restrictions regarding rental of a unit”.
Since October 1st, 2004 any (newly recorded) amendment that placed a restriction on an There are 7,854 condominiums here in
owner’s rights relating to renting or leasing of units ONLY APPLIED TO THOSE UNIT OWN-
ERS WHO CONSENTED TO AMENDMENT AND TO THOSE OWNERS WHO PURCHASED
Century Village. Only 349 People are
THEIR UNITS AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE AMENDMENT. This original amend- allowed to vote for who runs U.C.O.
ment (2004) to Florida Statute, Section 718.110(13) was originally interpreted by some who
believed that the phrase ‘relating to’ also included, for example, any changes to the application Unfair? Unjust? Unequal?
process or background checks for tenants. This was not the intent of the legislature, and also,
such changes did not restrict the actual right to rent.
In response to such misinterpretations, the 2010 legislature amended Section 718.110(13) Suggestion:
to clarify the different types of restrictions on rentals as follows: “An amendment prohibiting In January 2011, the Delegates should
unit owners from renting their units, or alteration of the rental term or specifying the number
of times unit owners are entitled to rent their units during a specified period applies ONLY TO
vote to alleviate this inequity.
THOSE UNIT OWNERS WHO CONSENTED TO AMENDMENT AND TO THOSE OWNERS
WHO PURCHASED THEIR UNITS AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE AMENDMENT.” We the people
Therefore, this new law will allow amendments to the condominium documents to impose should have the right to
stricter qualifications, background checks or to alter the application process for tenancy, that
will apply to all unit owners uniformly regardless of their consent. With these exceptions, this
vote for who will run U.C.O.
clarified amendment actually hasn’t changed the amendment passed in 2004.
Please remember that any rental restrictions found in the condominium documents which were “Paid for by Peter Amato”
recorded before October 1st, 2004 WILL APPLY TO ALL UNITS UNIFORMLY REGARD-
LESS OF THEIR CONSENT.

Official Records
SB1196 says that the email addresses and telephone numbers of the members must be removed
NO TRIP TO
from the association’s records if the owner revokes consent to receive notice by electronic Wellington/Walmart
transmission. Additionally, emergency contact information, and addresses of unit owners (other
than those provided to fulfill the association’s notice requirements), and other private or
on November 22
personal identifying information of any member must also be removed.
An association is not responsible for the use or misuse of information provided in compli-
ance with a request for records inspection, unless the association discloses information that it
NO TRIP TO
has the duty not to disclose. For example, a specific unit which is delinquent in the payment of Delray Flea Market
assessments, fines, fees, etc. cannot be posted by the Board or discussed at a meeting which may on November 24
embarrass or harass such owner of the unit. How an owner chooses to use such information is
not the responsibility of the association, as SB1196 says the association is not responsible for
misuse of records properly obtained in connection with an owner’s right to inspect and copy.
Individual director liability for failure to maintain or destruction of official records is now lim-
INSTEAD
ited to cases where there is intent to harm the association or one or more of the members. WE WILL BE GOING TO
FESTIVAL FLEA MARKET
Elections and Director Eligibility:
The restrictions upon co-owners serving on the Board is relaxed to allow co-owners to serve on SAMPLE ROAD
where such co-owners own more than one (1) unit, or where there are not enough eligible can-
didates to fill the vacancies on the Board. This amendment is interesting because it runs contrary
on November 22,
to the original Staff Analysis of the 2008 legislative amendment which clearly stated that there is 9:30 am
an inherent tendency for individuals with aligned financial interests to share common financial
goals, provides an unfair voting leverage on Board votes, and inhibits robust and uninhibited THERE WILL BE A
discussion. I fail to understand how owning multiple properties in an association would lessen SIGN-UP SHEET
the effect of such previously expressed concerns. AT THE SECURITY DESK
The director delinquency restriction is expanded to include any person delinquent more than
ninety (90) days in the payment of any monetary obligation to the association, including fines,
fees, and regular or special assessments. Such persons are not eligible for board membership. (As of October 18,
If elected or appointed they must step down. The interim replacement must step down once the 2010, when we
obligation is paid.
reach 48, we will be
Removes the candidate certification requirement, and replaces it with a certification required
from all directors within ninety (90) days of being elected. In other words, this form is no taking a waiting list)
longer required to be submitted with a timely notice of intent for candidacy, but submitted by
each newly elected or appointed director within a ninety (90) day period. It must affirm that he
or she has read the association’s governing documents, and that he or she will work to uphold
these documents to the best of his or her ability, and faithfully discharge his or her fiduciary SHOP - EAT - HAVE FUN!
Continued on Page 27
Page 18 THE UCO REPORTER October 2010

Revelation! I am an excellent swimmer. be embarrassed about my fear


Here to Help
By Phyllis Frishberg Many of the fears in my life of not being able to dive into a
In Brooklyn for the summer, have been overcome, due to pool. After all, look where I am For a myriad of senior services, dial 211.
bored, I was thinking I should a need to move on and also today: writing a column for the Also visit 211palmbeach.org, click on “Find
take an earlier flight back to tremendously by an outstand- UCO Reporter — and, best of
Help Here,” then select the problem you want
Century Village, where there ing therapist. Spielberg’s com- all, receiving compliments!!!
is so much more to keep me ments helped me to realize that Thank you, for giving me solved and the community where you want
active. So one long weekend I am not alone, that I should not this opportunity!!! o it solved in.
in August, I visited my fam-
ily in Ellicott City, MD. My
grandson Ethan was returning
to Carnegie Mellon University
for his sophomore year. He is
an art major, and my grand-
daughter Hannah is entering
her senior year at high school.
She plays the bassoon in the
gifted and talented orchestra.
We visited the National
Portrait Gallery of the Smith-
sonian in Washington, D.C.
On exhibit was a collection
of Norman Rockwell’s art,
plus a film narrated by George
Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
An amazing collection, beauti-
fully presented!
But what so impressed me
was Spielberg’s interpretation
of a Rockwell painting of a
young boy lying at the end of a
diving board, obviously afraid
of going further. In Spielberg’s
words, “Rockwell wanted to
show the reality of doubts and
fears of young people.”
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GROUND FLOOR 1 BED & 1 BATH UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1 & 1½ BATH FARBER ANNUAL RENTALS Century Village
Salisbury D - Walk to Clubhouse/Temple 12,900 Northampton F - Corner Lagoon Furnished 29,000
Waltham G - Furnished Near East Gate 12,900 Windsor O - 1/1 2 Fl Beauty 450
Windsor G - All Tile Furnished Walk to Pool 29,900
Sheffield C - Lagoon Tile 12,900 Dorchester G - Tile Furnished Enclosed Patio Near Pool 34,900 Canterbury D - 1/1 GFI Tile Furn Near Pool 450
Berkshire F - Furnished Nice Area 13,900 Dorchester G - Corner Furnished Near Pool 39,900
Coventry L - 1/1½ Nice Apt Great $$$ 500
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED & 1 BATH GROUND FLOOR 2 BED & 2 BATH
Kent F - Furnished Pool 11,900 Golf’s Edge 10 - 1/1½ Furnished Pvt Pool 500
Plymouth G - Large Condo New Kit AC Appl nr Pool 75,000
Salisbury D - Unfurnished Near East Gate 11,900
Plymouth D - Villa Encl Patio w/AC Steps to Pool 79,900 Cambridge A - 2/1½ 2F Furnished Near Pool 550
Berkshire F - Tile Floors Nice Area 15,900
Plymouth E - Villa All New Encl Patio w/AC Must See 89,900
Sussex C - Best Buy Furnished Reduced 12,900 Northampton D - 2/1½ 2F Furn Nice Good Price 600
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED & 2 BATH Kingswood D - 2/1½ Furnished Corner 600
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED & 1½ BATH
Bedford F - Reduced Unfurnished 2 ACs 13,900 Golf’s Edge 6 - Cnr Steps to Pool and East Gate 39,900
Golf’s Edge 23 - Reduced Deluxe Furn Nr Pool/East Gate 42,000 Stratford C - 2/2 2F Furnished Near E-Gate 750
Northampton S - Furnished Steps to Pool 15,000
Kent N - Steps to Pool, Part Furnished 17,900 Wellington E - Cnr Lkvw Part Furn Excel Cond Encl Pat 44,900 SEASONAL
Southampton B - Furnished Steps to Pool 19,900 Golf’s Edge 3 - Tile Furnished Corn Encl Patio/East Gate 49,900
Northampton B - Water Rentable Tile Part Furnished 19,900 Oxford 200 - Cor Furn Pool Nice Area 51,000 Wellington L - 1 Bed 1½ Ba 2F Furnished 850
Cambridge I - Part Furnished Near Pool 22,900 Golf’s Edge 4 - Unfurn Corner Near East Gate Pool 59,900
Sheffield O - Corner Furnished 22,900 Somerset J - 2/2 1F WD Lake Pool 1,300
Wellington A - 3 Floor Many Upgrades Furnished 69,900
Salisbury I - Corner Furnished Near East Gate 25,000 Wellington J - 4 Fl Reno New Kit Patio 75,000

Rentals Needed
Easthampton G - Tile Tankless WH Near East Gate 29,900
Easthampton I - Corner Furnished Near East Gate 34,000 GOLDEN LAKES

UPPER FLOOR 1 BED & 1½ BATH 1½ Villa - Rent $700 45,900

Tenants Waiting
Southampton C - 3F Enclosed Patio Excellent Price 14,900
Norwich O - Furnished Near Laundry Room 14,900
Cambridge I - Unfurnished Quiet Location Pool 15,900 CRESTHAVEN

Calls Received
Sussex A - Furnished Laminate Floors 17,000
Southampton B - 4 Fl Furnished Large Patio Pool 17,500 2/2 Villa - Ba Huge Patio 59,900
Sussex K - Corner Furnished 22,000

Daily for Rental Apts


Greenbrier A - Supersize Luxury Encl Patio Near Pool 24,900

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Dorchester D - Upgrades Unfurnished New Appls & Cab 25,000

561-685-1722
Easthampton I - Corn Furn CA Nr Egate and CH 25,000
Norwich C - Cnr Remod Furn DW Granite Nice 29,900
Plymouth R - Totally Renovated Furnished 39,900

E-MARTY@FARBERS.COM
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED & 1½ BATH
Windsor N - Corner Laminated Fl Furn 39,900
Kent B - Corner Furnished Lakevu Spotless 49,900
Page 22 THE UCO REPORTER October 2010

A “Must Read” for Condo Association Board Members:

The Condominium Concept WPRF, Inc.


Anita J. Pearce, VP
A Practical Guide for Officers, Owners, Realtors, Attorneys,
and Directors of Florida Condominiums
Adequate knowledge to properly administer the affairs of a condo association is not
something we are born with, nor is it the product (alone) of common sense. The basics As the fall season approach- La Cage Aux Folles can-
can only be learned by reading on the subject. es, we welcome the busy ac- celled soon after the brochure
tivities we will soon see in our went to press, but the show
I highly recommend purchasing the 11th edition of The Condominium Concept Clubhouse and Theater. Our has since been replaced with
by Peter M. Dunbar, an attorney. The book costs about $15-20 and can be bought at staff is ready to assist you with Cabaret.
bookstores or ordered online through Amazon.com. Be sure you buy the latest (11th) classes, shows, dances, mov- Those who chose not to
ies and meetings, and we are participate in the pre-paid
edition. so glad to welcome back our advance season program may
This is a “must read” for every condo board and for unit owners who would like vacationing residents. If you buy any events not sold out on
to educate themselves on this subject. One of the most frequent causes of conflict have any questions or com- the pre-paid season ticket pro-
ments regarding any WPRF gram as well as all specialty
between board members, and between the board and unit owners, is over the rights
facility or program, please feel dance tickets starting Monday,
and responsibilities of the parties concerned: the association free to contact me. October 25 at 9 am. Speaking
(all owners collectively), individual owners, and the board of If you have not yet picked of dances, please remember
up your copy of our 2010- that we will be holding a Hal-
directors. These rights and responsibilities need to be learned.
11 season brochure for our loween Dance this year, as
Your common sense is simply not a reliable legal guide. The theater, Take A Ride With Us well as our New Year’s Eve
Condominium Concept is a great book that will help you. This Season, please do so and dance and Sweetheart’s Ball.
Associations purchasing the book could consider this an plan to purchase your tickets Remember that you select
early. If you purchased tickets your seats for the dance at the
administrative expense. through our pre-paid advance same time you purchase your
Randall Borchardt season program, your tickets ticket, so get your tickets early
are now available for pickup to get a good seat!
in the Staff Office. For those Enjoy the season and be
of you who have not heard, well. o

R R R R R R R
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 23

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driver(s).
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report a second and damning
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With 15 years of experience
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ter concludes that the assump-
tions on which the healthcare
law is based “do not represent
a reasonable expectation for
actual program operations in
either the short range...or the
long range.”
Mr. Foster’s criticisms are
shared by Stanford G. Ross
and David M. Parker who have
served as public trustees for
Medicare. They stated in the
New York Times (“Mislead on
Medicare,” August 14) that the
overly optimistic body of the
report will do real harm by pro-
ducing an incorrect picture of
the condition of the Medicare
program and also will seriously
confuse the issues involved.
We hear Douglas Elmen-
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gressional Budget Office, say
that this healthcare reform
is likely to result in people
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We seniors are on notice that
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facets of our lives being assailed.
We know that the new healthcare
law debacle is a threat to the good
healthcare we anticipate as a re-
sult of our years of working and
saving and paying our taxes. o
Next month: Tax INCREASES
Page 24 THE UCO REPORTER October 2010

An Interstate
Highway
Driving Tip
On Interstate Highways,
like Interstate 95 which runs
through West Palm Beach,
most of the exits are on the
right-hand side of the road.
But this is not always the
case. Sometimes an exit is on
the left side of the road; and
some of these left-side exits
occur on the busiest stretches
of the Interstate, where there
are several lanes.
There is a way to tell ahead
of time which side of an Inter-
state Highway an exit is on.
Have you ever noticed that
on top of the big sign for an
upcoming interchange there is
often a SMALLER SIGN say-
ing “Exit 14” or similar? This
smaller sign gives only the exit
number. Here’s the clue: If the
smaller exit sign is on the top
RIGHT side of the big sign, the
exit referred to is on the right
side of the road. If the smaller
exit sign is on the top LEFT of
the big sign, the exit is on the
left side of the road.
Once in a great while, the
smaller exit sign will be po-
sitioned on top of and in the
MIDDLE of the larger sign
below. This means that the
exit off-ramp is accessed from
one of the middle lanes of the
Interstate. You generally find
this only in metropolitan areas
where there is a maze of ramps. 
Knowing this — so you can
avoid changing lanes at the last
moment — can not only save
you time and frustration, but
also help prevent an accident. o

Important Numbers
Emergency............................911
Senior Helpline.................... 211
Security.......................502-8103
Guest Call-In..............689-1759
Reporter..................... 683-9336
UCO Office.................683-9189
Hastings CH.............. 687-4875
WPRF (Anita).............. 640-3111
Seacrest......................697-4990
Florida Power............697-8000
Palm Beach Water.....740-4600
AT&T................. 1-888-151-6500
Comcast..................... 847-4792
Palm Beach Post........820-4663
Tri-Rail............. 1-800-874-7245
Homesteaders............355-2650
Sheriff’s Office...........766-2000
Police (non-emerg)....822-1900
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UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH ANDOVER E FURNED, CPT, CT, GDNVW, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $15,000
NORTHAMPTON S BEAUTIFUL UNIT, CT, UPGRADES GALORE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $28,000
GOLFS EDGE H UGS TO INC. PERGO FLS, BEAUTIFUL, LIFT AVAIL, NR E GATE & CH $46,900 CANTERBURY H WOW! 50 INCH TV, CT, MUST SEE, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR, 24 HR SEC $20,000
NORWICH O RENTABLE, FURN, UGS, CRP, NR E GATE AND FIT CTR $24,500 SUSSEX G UNFURNED, CPT AND CT, NEW PAINT, NEW FRIDGE, 24 HOUR SEC $16,500
NORWICH K PET FRIENDLY, NR E GATE, UNFURNED, UPGRADES GALORE, 24 HOUR SEC. $17,000
ANDOVER M WTRVW, RENTABLE, FURN, CPTED, CUL-DE-SAC, 24 HOUR SEC $20,000 UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
SUSSEX B FURNED, CPT, RENTABLE, NEW HTR & FRIDGE, A/C, 24 HOUR SEC $45,000
DORCHESTER D FURNED, PARQ FLOORS, NEAR POOL, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $20,000 COVENTRY J FURN, GDNVW, NEW APPLS, HURR SHTRS, WI SHOWER, 24 HR SEC $10,000
KENT H FURNED, CPT, NEWER APPL., A/C, GORGEOUS, RENTABLE, 24 HOUR SEC $39,000 NORTHAMPTON S FURN, RENTABLE, CT & CPT, WARM & COZY, 24 HOUR SEC $15,000
KINGSWOOD D RENTABLE BUILDING, FURNED, CT, MOVE RIGHT IN, 24 HOUR SEC $12,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH SUSSEX I VERY NICE UNIT, NEWER APPLS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $25,900
ANDOVER B NEWER APPLS, NEW A/CS, FURNED, NEW CPT, GDNVW, 24 HOUR SEC $14,500
WINDSOR F FULLY FURNED, CA, CPT, DW, RENTABLE, 24 HOUR SEC $37,000 EASTHAMPTON B NEW APPLS, UNFURNED, CPT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $9,000
NORWICH O FURNED, PET FRIENDLY, CA, LOTS OF LIGHT, NEAR E GATE $15,500 NORWICH M UNFURNED, CT, LOTS OF UPGRADES, NEAR GATE, 24 HOUR SEC $11,500
DORCHESTER F FURNED, CPT, NEW PATIO, NEAR POOL, GDNVW, 24 HOUR SEC $18,000 BERKSHIRE K NEW CPT, BEAUTI GARDEN W/PATIO, NR W GATE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $23,000
CHATHAM D UNFURNED, CT, UPGRADES, NEAR W GATE, 24 HOUR SEC $45,000 ANDOVER E WELL KEPT UNIT IN RENTABLE BLDG, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIV CH & FIT CTR $17,000
NORWICH M FURNED OR UNFURNED, CPTING, NEAR E GATE, 24 HOUR SEC $25,000 CHATHAM A WTRVW, RENTABL BLDG, VERY CLEAN, FURNED, MIC, NEW CPT $14,000
NORWICH O UNFURNED, CT, NEAR E GATE, 24 HOUR SEC, CLUBHSE & FIT CTR $40,000 EASTHAMPTON A 24 HOUR SEC, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $25,000
SUSSEX A FURNED, CT, RENTABLE, ACTIVE CH, 24 HOUR SEC $29,900 BERKSHIRE J FURNED, CT, CPT AND HARDWOOD FLOORS, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS $18,500
SHEFFIELD M SWEET AND COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE COMM $25,000 WINDSOR K PARTLY FURNED, NEW FRIDGE AND DW, ACTIVE CH, 24 HOUR SEC $21,000
WINDSOR M FURNED, CENTRAIL AIR, GDNVW, RENT TO OWN, 24 HOUR SEC $49,000 CANTERBURY H FURNED, CPT, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $21,000
ANDOVER E CT, RENTABLE, DRIVE RIGHT UP, CA, 24 HOUR SEC $16,000 DORCHESTER E FURNED, CT, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $23,000
SUSSEX C FURNED, CPT, NEW APPLS, REDONE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $19,900
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH CAMDEN J NEW BATH, NEW WTRHTR, LOVELY UNIT, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $19,900
SALISBURY G BEAUTY, PET FRIENDLY, NEW APPLS, CT, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $30,000
HASTINGS G UNFURNED, LOTS OF UPGRADES, ACROSS STREET FROM FIT CTR, GDNVW $16,500
DOVER B FURNED, WTRVW, DRIVE RIGHT UP TO, LOTS OF LIGHT, NEAR E GATE & CH $34,900 UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
NORTHAMPTON S TILE, NWR APPLS, 2 AC UNITS, RENTABL BLDG, NU FRIDGE & WATER HTR $22,500
KENT L UNFURNED, NEW CPT, GDNVW, MOVE-IN READY, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL $14,000 ANDOVER D FULLY FURN, NEW KITCHEN, WASHER & DRYER, CT, GDNVW, 24 HR SEC $39,000
CAMDEN E FURNED, CPT, CT, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS, 24 HOUR SEC $19,000 HASTINGS F FURN, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, OS CORNER, WELL TAKEN CARE OF $35,000
COVENTRY L PARTLY FURNED, CPTING, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS, NEWER APPLS $18,000 WINDSOR E LKVW, NU WTR HTR, A/C 5 YR OLD, ENCL PATIO W/TILE, PT FURN, NR POOL $50,000
DOVER A ENCLOSED PATIO, TENANT IN PLACE, WTRVW, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $60,000 WALTHAM A RENTABLE, NEW KITCHEN, CT AND CPT, FURNED OR UNFURNED $47,500
DOVER A CPT, HRCANE SHTRS, LINOLEUM, FURNED, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL $38,000 WELLINGTON B PART FURNED, HURICANE SHTRS, LINOLEUM, NEW PATIO, 24 HOUR SEC $73,000
CAMDEN E FURNED, WTRVW, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $25,000 SHEFFIELD D WTRVW, WOOD FLS, UGS, MIRRORED WALL IN LR, FURNED $49,500
SALISBURY G ALL NEW FROM CEILING TO FLOOR, HURR SHUTTERS. CPT, CT, CA $87,000
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH SHEFFIELD E UNFURNED CT, CA, REDONE KITCHEN AND BATHS, 24 HR SEC $39,200
SHEFFIELD C CT AND PERGO FLOORING, FURNED, WTRVW, 24 HOUR SEC $70,000
HASTINGS F FURNED, CPTING, NEWER APPLS, NEW BR VANITY, NEW TV, 24 HOUR SEC $14,900 ANDOVER G CORNER UNIT, CPT, CT, TRANSPORTATION, CH, 24 HR SEC $39,000
CAMBRIDGE F HANDYMAN SPEC, NEAR FIT CTR AND POOL, 24 HOUR SEC, GREAT BUY!!! $12,000 KENT B UNFURNED, WTRVW, NEEDS TLC, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $53,500
SHEFFIELD O BEAUTI CUST WALL UNIT XTNDS WALL 2 WALL, 2 AC UNITS, FURN, RENTABL $12,000 CAMBRIDGE H STUNNING! FURN, NEW HURRICANE WINDOWS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $58,900
CHATHAM S PRETTIEST WTRVW! NEW DOOR AND A/C UNIT, FURNED, 24 HOUR SEC $17,500 WALTHAM A FURNED, RENTABLE BLDG, NR AMENITIES! 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $68,000
GOLFS EDGE G FURN, ENCL PATIO, WD, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, LIFT INCLUDED $35,000 NORWICH L FURNED, RENTABLE BLDG, GREAT LOC, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $69,000
CHATHAM N CT THROUGHOUT, ENCLOSED REAR PATIO, NEWER A/C AND WTR HTR $20,000 SHEFFIELD O CT, GDNVW, LOVELY UNIT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $60,000
SHEFFIELD A BEAUTY, WTRVW, NEAR FIT CTR, RENTABLE, CH, 24 HR SEC $18,000
HASTINGS I FURN, RENTABLE, NEW HOT WTR HTR, GDNVW, CDS, NEAR FIT CTR $18,500 GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
DOVER B WTRVW, WOOD FLRG, CPT & TILE, NEW CABS & VANS, HURR SHTRS $55,000
GREENBRIER A UNFURN, NEW FRIDGE, GOLF VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $35,000 NORTHAMPTON D WTRVW, FURN, CPT & TILE, SHOWER STALL, NR POOL & W GATE $33,500
WINDSOR G NEAR W GATE, FURN, EASY ACCESS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $15,000 DORCHESTER H WTRVW, ENCLOSED PATIO, NEW MASTER BATH, CA, NEED AS CPTING $32,000
SOUTHAMPTON A UNFURNED, CA, CPT/TILE, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CLBHSE & FIT CT $18,000 WALTHAM E UNFURN, BAMBOO FLG AND NEW KITCHEN, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $59,900
NORWICH J FURNED, GDNVW, TILE & CPT, RENTABLE, CA, 24 HOUR SEC $32,000 CAMBRIDGE H CPT, CA, UNFURNED, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $35,000
DORCHESTER F LOTS OF UGS, NR POOL, NEWER APPLS, FURNED, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $14,000 CANTERBURY K FURNED, CT, GDNVW, OUTSIDE CORNER, 24 HOUR SEC $39,000
DOVER A BEAUTI CONDO, CT WITH SPECTACULAR WTRVW, FURN, FREE LAUNDRY $49,900 NORWICH L FURNED, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $40,000
CHATHAM O UNFURNED, CPT & CT, GDNVW, LOTS OF UPGRADES, RENTABLE $28,000 SOMERSET D FURNED, CT, WTRVW, REDONE, 24 HOUR SEC, FITNESS CTR $65,000
GOLFS EGDE G BEST BUY AROUND, NEAR CH & E GATE, FURNED, 24 HOUR SEC $39,000 KENT D NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $75,000
SHEFFIELD L LOVELY CONDO, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, LOTS OF LIGHT, FURN, 24 HR SEC $15,000
CHATHAM G FURNED, WTRVW, CPT & CT, 24 HOUR SEC, FIT CTR $38,000 UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
SOUTHAMPTON B NEW CPTG, ELEV IN BLDG, ENCL PATIO, 24 HOUR SEC $31,000
DORCHESTER C GDNVW, NEAR DORCHESTER POOL, CT, 24 HR SEC, FIT CTR $22,000 DOVER B CAC, CLOSE TO E GATE, HURRICANE SHTRS, GREAT VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC $54,000
DOVER C WTRVW, NEW CABS, FURNITURE NEGOTIABLE, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $45,000 SHEFFIELD D CA CONDITIONING, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH AND FIT CTR $49,500
ANDOVER A FURNED, CPT, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HOUR SEC $16,000 SOMERSET K CAC, ENCL PORCH, WTRVW, LIFT FURN, DW & NEWER APPL! 24 HR SEC $49,900
SOUTHAMPTON A CT, FURN NEGOTIABLE, NEW KIT, SCREENED PATIO, 24 HOUR SEC. $20,000 SHEFFIELD C BEAUTIFUL, FURNED, NEAR FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $35,000
SOUTHAMPTON B FURN, CPT, CA, FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC, FIT CTR $24,000 HASTINGS I CT AND CPT, REMOD KITCH & BATH, STEPS FROM POOL, 24 HOUR SEC $ 35,000
GREENBRIER A ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS, UNFURNED, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, 24 HR SEC $69,900 CHATHAM K FURNED, NEWER APPLS, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR $35,000
WELLINGTON F FURNED, WTRVW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING, 24 HOUR SEC, CH & FITNESS $40,000 WELLINGTON J MORTGAGE, TRANS. AVAIL, 24 HOUR SEC., ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $150,000
GREENBRIER B UNFURN, POOL, HAS OWN DEVELOP, NR ELEV & LAUNDRY, 24 HR SEC $73,000 SUSSEX E UNFURNED, UPGRADES, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $35,000

GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH GROUND FLOOR, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH

CAMDEN B WTRVW, CT, FURNED, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $16,500 HASTINGS C FURNED, NEAR HASTINGS FIT CTR, UPGRADES, CLOSE TO PARKING $38,990
SUSSEX F BEAUTI RENOV, FULLY FURNED, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $15,900 NORWICH G UNFURNED, CT, NEAR CH & E GATE, UPGRADES, SHORT SALE! $28,000
WINDSOR R BEAUTI, UPGRADED CONDO, NR POOL AND W GATE, ACTIV CH & FIT CTR $15,000 COVENTRY G HANDYMAN SPECIAL, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $25,000
SUSSEX A GDNVW, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, COMM LAUNDRY $15,000 BEDFORD I UNFURNED, CT, CA, GDNVW, 24 HOUR SEC $49,000
CAMDEN M CT, UGS, DRIVE UP TO, BLDG HAS OWN POOL, FURN NEGO., 24 HR SEC $25,000 NORWICH I PARTLY FURNED, CPT, NEAR E GATE, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL, 24 HR SEC $20,000
WINDSOR B FURNED, CPT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, POOL $13,000 CHATHAM D UNFURNED, CT, WTRVW, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HR SECURITY $58,000
ANDOVER F FURN UNIT IN RENTABLE BLDG, NEWER APPLS, ENCL PATIO, 24 HR SEC $14,000 SOMERSET K WATERVIEW, RENTABLE, NEAR FIT CTR, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $49,000
KENT C FURNED, WTRVW, CT, UPDATED BATHROOM, 24 HOUR SEC, FITNESS CTR $15,000 COVENTRY C UNFURNED, CT, TRANSPORTATION, UPGRADES GALORE, 24 HOUR SEC $40,000
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 27

Randall’s Condo Corner


Continued from Page 17
duty to the association and its members. In lieu of written certification, a director may submit
a certificate of satisfactory completion of the educational curriculum from a provider approved
WILLS, TRUSTS,
by the Division of Florida Condominiums Timeshares and Mobile Homes. For whatever reason, ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE,
the legislature failed to include the previous requirement of reading and understanding to REAL ESTATE LAW
one’s best ability, Florida Statutes and applicable Rules (Florida Administrative Code).
Having verified this by looking at the updated Certification Form. If you have Internet access,
go to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation website, click on Forms, GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA
click on Condominiums, and click on the file named “Sample Candidate Certification Form”.
You may wish to click on the other forms if you are a Board Member and print some or all of
KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER
them out. They have even provided a new standardized form for a request for inspection of of- Attorneys at Law
ficial records, which includes spaces for specified records which a unit owner wishes to inspect,
and other important features.
ALEXANDER & DAMBRA
A condominium association may now also suspend the voting rights of a member due to the
non-payment of any monetary obligation due the association which is more than ninety (90) 5737 OKEECHOBEE BLVD.
days delinquent. SUITE 201
Where the number of board seats expiring is greater than the number of candidates running for (561) 471-5708
those seats, each board member whose term has expired is eligible for reappointment without
standing for reelection. What if no member submits a timely notice of intent for candidacy... WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417
who does the reappointment? It used to be that the previous board stayed in place when no LOCATED IN THE
member or other eligible person sought candidacy. What if only one member submits his or her
candidacy? On election day or at the next Organizational Meeting of the Board (to determine BANK ATLANTIC BUILDING
the officers, bank signatory changes), he or she may fill the remaining seats regardless of the 1/4 MILE EAST OF THE TURNPIKE
fact that a quorum will not be present.
Directors who do not submit proper certification (within the ninety day period) are suspended

Earn 3%
from board service until they comply with the requirement, and the Board may appoint an interim
replacement. This interim replacement must of course submit to the new certification/education
requirements. The question begs, how long must the ‘interim’ board member wait before being
considered a permanent member of the Board??
Directors charged by information (which may refer to an accusation by anyone without CD-Like Annuity Fully Liquid After 1 Year
real proof) or indictment for felony theft or embezzlement offense involving association funds
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and/or rises to the level of a criminal act, as sufficient for suspension?  For example, is associa-
tion payment for cell phones, or car expenses, including repairs on a vehicle that has been used
for association business, a criminal act or an unreasonable administrative expense? What if
Lic. A205102
the information is “hearsay evidence” alone and the accuser is without any clearcut evidence?
When a director (or anyone for that matter) steals or embezzles funds exceeding $400.00, it is
a severe Grand Theft Offense (in Florida) which can be charged as a misdemeanor OR a felony.

Condominium Financial Records


Small associations, those administrating fewer than seventy-five (75) units, may prepare a
cash report of cash receipts and expenditures, rather than a statutory financial report.

Remedies for Delinquencies


New self-help remedies include suspension of common element use rights and suspension of
voting rights after a ninety (90) delinquency in assessments. WPRF owns most of the pools and
is paid for the upkeep of those pools, and those few associations owning their own pools could
attempt to tell a delinquent owner that their common element rights have been suspended. Who
gets to pull the elderly person out of the pool? Does this include delinquencies prior to the ef-
fective date of this amendment (July 1st, 2010)? Most experts agree that it does. It is considered
a continuing debt included in this period, are still due and owing, and therefore are a continuing
obligation. The term “monetary obligation” is not defined, and therefore would not only include
regular assessments, but late fees, attorney’s fees, unpaid fines, dues, and special assessments Protect Your Family.
which were due prior to the amendment. However, the suspension must be approved at a properly
noticed Board meeting. Associations cannot suspend use of limited common elements, utility
Today.
service, parking spaces, elevators, or impede access to or from the unit or the Village. Comcast
thus far refuses to disconnect a unit from the system and are being paid by the associations as The average funeral expense is at a record
part of a bulk contract agreement, so what sense would it make to attempt to do so? Would such high of $7,620 and can run well over
a disconnect offer the incentive to pay overdue assessments? $10,000. Social Security only pays a death
Attaching rents without court action could be helpful in some cases. The Board must send a letter to benefit of $255 for a qualifying participant.
the unit owner (and should send one to the tenant as well), stating that until the accruing debt is paid,
the association must receive the rent directly from the tenant to offset any unpaid monetary obligation. If you passed away today, could your
A receipt is issued to the tenant from the association and is legally considered “rent paid by family afford those costs?
the lessee” and the landlord is required to honor it. The landlord can’t evict a tenant on such
basis, but if the tenant fails to pay the association, the association has the right to evict the tenant An affordable whole life insurance Policy can
(and charge all expenses to the unit owner/landlord) and also has the right to suspend common be a great Peace of Mind to protect
use rights. Now, who do you think the tenant is going to pay? I like that one, but it has limited your family from such high costs and
applicability to delinquent owners who have tenants in place. On a different note, unworthy of financial burden.
its own section, units which are foreclosed on by the banks, forget the benefit of an increase in
liability from 6 months to 12 months. The lesser of 1% or 12 months assessments in Century NO medical exam required.
Village will always be the 1% of the original mortgage amount owed to the association by the Guaranteed coverage.
bank. No benefit exists to this community with this change.
This article is by no means comprehensive, and many amendments are likely to be tested Call today for more information.
in court or by the “Division” regarding proper interpretation. No aspect of this article
should be considered legal advice. An opinion by a competent condominium attorney
should always be sought. o
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sector’s UCO vice president to attend any of UCO’s as- to attend a UCO assembly
• Directors: elected sector-wide sembly meetings) meeting
• Minimum quorum: 20 (each Delegates • Minimum quorum: 158
sector will also elect one • 309 (1 from each association) Reasons for the proposed
Kurt’s Opinions replacement, who will rep- • Election: At large. With a structural change in UCO:
resent the sector, should the replacement elected also, in
Kurt Weiss elected director be unable case the delegate be unable Continued on Page 38

Participation in • 8 officers
UCO’s Work • 26 executive board members
In a “letter to the editor” in • 344 delegates
the recent issue of The UCO • 4 quadrants
Reporter, I “invited” UCO Suggested UCO Structure
members to make suggestions • 7 presidium
on how to improve participa- • 34 directors
tion of all of UCO’s 29 sec- • 309 delegates
tions and 309 associations, and • 4 quadrants
to create quorum requirements Presidium (7)
which would more represent • 1 UCO president
all or most of the Village in • 4 vice presidents (1 for each
our decision making. quadrant)
Thus far, I did not hear of • 1 chief financial officer
any input by UCO members. • 1 chief administrative of-
So, let me propose my ideas. ficer
They are not necessarily the • Elections: Village-wide,
answer to our problem. They 7,854 entitled to vote
are just a different approach, Directorate (34)
which should be followed by • 1 chief of directorate
others’ input. • 4 liaison directors (1 from
So, here goes: each quadrant)
Century Village • 29 directors (1 from each
• 7,854 units sector (Andover, Cam-
• 309 associations bridge, Windsor, etc.))
• 29 sections (Andover, Cam- Elections
bridge, Windsor, etc.) • Elections chief: Village-wide
UCO’s Current Structure • Assistant liaison: named by
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RATS!
From the Desk of
Congressman
Ted Deutch

The importance of Social prove its benefits.

RAT PROOF YOUR


Security to Florida cannot be The legislation addresses
understated. Every month, the program’s inadequate cost-
over 3.5 million retired and of-living adjustments, which

BUILDING
disabled Floridians receive fail to keep up with the rising
the benefits they paid into cost of seniors’ necessities.
the system as workers. If These adjustments are cur-
Social Security were to be rently based on the Consumer
dismantled, Florida’s elderly Price Index — the average
poverty rate would increase cost of a basket of goods for

25 Years Experience
from 10 percent to nearly 50 the American worker.
percent. That is a scenario we But the index undercounts
just cannot afford. things that the American
worker spends little on but

Exterminating
For this reason, I have made
strengthening Social Security that eat up a disproportionate
a central priority of mine in share of retirees’ income, for
example, expensive prescrip-

All Kinds
Congress. As someone who
shares my commitment to this tions or medical equipment
beloved program, I thought like home oxygen machines.
By creating a separate con-

of Unwanted Pests
you may be interested in read-
ing my op-ed featured this sumer price index tailored to
weekend in the New York their needs, retirees wouldn’t
Times. The full text of the see the buying power of their
article is available below. Social Security checks shrink
Sunday, August 22nd, in the face of higher Medicare

GORDON
2010 premiums or other expenses.
That is not the only way this
Keep Up With legislation would boost those
Retirees’ Costs checks. For the first time, in-

561-714-0448
Representing South Florida come above $106,800 would

561 714-0448
in Congress, I regularly hold be used to determine monthly
town meetings with retirees. benefits — and those who pay
Inevitably, the first question more into the system would
from the crowd is one I often receive higher benefits upon
ask myself, “Why are folks in
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retirement.
Washington lying about Social This legislation would also
Security?” close the long-range solvency
There is a bizarre consensus gap predicted in 2037 by phas-
that dismantling this cherished ing out the $106,800 cap on
program by raising the retire- income subject to the payroll
ment age or cutting benefits tax. Over seven years, a few
would somehow fix the federal
We make money the
more weeks of taxes would
budget. But that would only be added to the paychecks
inflict harm on the millions of of the highest earners until

old fashioned way...


Americans who rely on Social they joined the 95 percent of
Security to survive. Americans who already con-
Instead, Congress should

WE KILL FOR
tribute year-round.
enact gradual changes to My constituents who rely on
ensure that Social Security Social Security after a lifetime

IT!
continues to meet its obliga- of hard work are a testament
tions for future generations, to the wisdom of our nation’s
including when my children most successful domestic pro-
start to retire in 2063. That gram. In an era of disappearing
is why I recently introduced pensions, declining home val-
the Preserving Our Promise ues and high unemployment,
to Seniors Act, which would we ought to build on Social
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Kurt’s Opinions directorate (23) and of the named by UCO’s president


Continued from Page 28 delegates (208) • Committee members will be
6. Enforcement of delegates named by heads of committees
1. Wider participation of all
participation in assembly
sectors of the Village The Sectors of Century
meetings: If an association
2. Ascertaining that every Village, WPB
is absent in two consecutive
sector is duly represented • Andover • Bedford
meetings without proper
(please note: the director- • Berkshire • Cambridge
authorization, a letter will
ate replaces the executive • Camden • Canterbury
be sent warning the associa-
board) • Chatham • Coventry
tion that should they not be
3. Ascertain that each associa- • Dover • Dorchester
represented in the following
tion is duly represented at • E’hampton • Golf’s Edge
assembly meeting — UCO
all UCO assembly meetings • Greenbrier • Hastings
services will be completely
4. Quorum requirements are • Kent • Kingswood
halted to all members of
not subject to change (if • N’hampton • Norwich
that association for 30 days.
there is no quorum, there • Oxford • Plymouth
Participation in UCO’s af-
cannot be a legal assembly • Salisbury • Sheffield
fairs is mandatory for all
meeting) • Somerset • S’hampton
those who wish to enjoy the
5. Annual budgetary votes and • Stratford • Sussex
services of UCO.
CALL TO ARTISTS votes for bylaw changes
will require the quorum
Committees
• Heads of committees will be
• Waltham
• Windsor o
• Wellington

FOR ORIGINAL ARTWORK to be raised to 2/3 of the

The Century Village Art Committee SAM’S COMPUTER SOLUTIONS, LLC


is requesting your original artwork
for display in the Main Clubhouse. “A+ Certified”
Artwork will be displayed on a rotating basis Repairs, Upgrades, Installations,
Please bring your art to the Clubhouse on: Training, and more...
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 — 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Learn on your computer or ours.
Additional Information:
1) 1 or 2 original pieces can be submitted per Century Village artist.
Build your confidence!
2) Frame or gallery wrap your art and wire it so it is ready to be hung. Affordable Prices
3) Please include your name, address and phone on the back of each piece. References Available
Questions: Beth Baker — 684-3166
Call Sam at: 561-628-8853
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 39

Organization News MILITARY BRAKE & ALIGNMENT


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resubmit dates for events wegian Cruise Line; Dec 26, Let Me Prove It!
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the Beach Boys. FMI, call the In Detail The Work Which Needs OKEECHOBEE
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D

Amit Women Rishona Chap- temple, 561-684-3212. To Be Done. At Military Brake


4449 - 12th Street
ter: Meets every 2nd Tue w/ ********** And Alignment, You Always Talk
West Palm Beach
collation at 12 noon and meet- Hebrew conversation class With The Owner. “It’s The Way
ing at 1:00 pm at Aitz Chaim taught by Sara Farkas will begin I’ve Done Business Since 1985.
It’s The Only Way I Know How.”
684-1323
on Haverhill. Coming events: Nov 1 at 9:30 am. All welcome. BRUCE JACOBS - OWNER FL Reg. #MV-00045

monthly trips to Hard Rock • COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE •


Casino starting Nov (Ann Baby Boomers Club: We are
707-2096). FMI, call Ellie looking for more members to Wheel Alignment Disc or Drum Brake
471-4935; Malca 688-2698. volunteer to arrange an activ-
Special Special
ity for the group. It could be Install new brake pads or shoes, resurface
Anshei Sholom: We welcome Adjust caster & camber, set toe
simple or elaborate. Our group front rotors or drums, repack inner and outer
you to our temple family. At- in & out, road test car. Front front wheel bearings, inspect calipers or wheel
includes those who remember cylinders, fill master cylinder and road test
tend our daily Minyans and wheel drive, foreign cars, Cor-
iconic TV shows, movies, mu- car. Front wheel drive, foreign cars, Corvettes,
Shabbat services Fri 8:00 vettes, pick-ups, and vans slight- pick-ups, and vans slightly higher. Metalic
sic, dances, and events of the
ly higher.
8995
pads extra where necessary.

5995
pm/Sat 8:45 am; Sisterhood
minilunch every 3rd Tue. Other
50s and 60s. For info, email
lynnsevan@aol.com
$ $
events: Nov 1, the Sisterhood
W/Coupon Only At Time Of Service Valid W/Coupon Only
presents a Flea Market and
W/Coupon Only At Time Of Service Valid W/Coupon Only
B’nai B’rith Century: We
Arts & Crafts Show at the meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am, at
Temple, admission is free; Dec Anshei Sholom. Admission is Polynesian dinner & show at Canadian Club: Meets 4 th Century Village Computer
5, the musical play Hanukkah/ free to members ($3 to guests). Mai Kai; Jan 26-27, 2 day-1 Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00 Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu,
Shmanukkah, produced/direct- Dr. Levy @ 478-6865. nite trip to Clewiston Sugar pm. Membership open to all. Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest of
ed by Rae Spitalnic and Leon Fields then off to Ft. Meyers Lots of great activities. Betty,
year), 1:00 pm in CR 103, and
Aronson, and performed by Brooklyn U.S.A.: Meets every for a show at Broadway Palm 684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; incl 30 min Q&A, biz portion,
the Temple Players, refresh- 2nd Wed Oct-Apr at 1:30 pm in Theater w/overnite stay at the Madelaine, 684-5595. presentation, 50/50 and door
ments will be served (atten- Party Room. Our meets are Courtyard Marriott (meals/ prizes. Arrive by 12:15 if
dance limited to 200; call the entertaining and informative. tips included, call Rose 683- Century Village Camera you wish to join, renew your
temple or Rae at 478-3221); We are open to former and 1564); Feb 27, annual lunch Club: We are looking for membership, or register for
Dec 12, the Sisterhood and present residents of Brooklyn & dance (Estelle 478-0900). members. For info, write Ken free hands-on classes.
Men’s congregations invite and their significant others. FMI, Steve @ 242-0481. Graff, cameraclubcv@gmail.
you to a seven day Eastern Our special events: Dec 19, com — see you in Dec. Continued on Page 40
Page 40 THE UCO REPORTER October 2010

Organization News call Mimi, 697-2710, leave


Continued from Page 39 message.
Century Village Gun Club:
Meets every 2nd Tue at 7:00 Evangelical Christian Net-
pm in Classroom B of the working Club: Meets 1st Fri,
CH. Every meet has a guest 6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH.
speaker. Come listen to great We share relevant info among
speakers; make new friends; ourselves and with our com-
view historic and modern munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve, ANNUAL RENTALS

firearms and other weapons. 389-5300. BERKSHIRE D


UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
FURNISHED, CARPET, WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE, GREAT LOCATION, 24 HR SEC $450
KINGSWOOD D CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, LOTS OF LIGHT, ENCLOSED PATIO, 24 HOUR SECURITY $475
George, 471-9929. BEDFORD F BEAUTIFUL FULLY FURNISHED CONDO WITH NEWER APPLIANCES, HURRICANE SHUTTERS $500
GiGi’s Group: We travel to EASTHAMPTON B NEW APPLIANCES, UNFURNISHED, CARPET, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL $450
NORTHAMPTON S CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, FULLY FURNISHED, NEW APPLIANCES, 24 HOUR SEC $500
Century Village Orches- the Mardi Gras Casino every BERKSHIRE K UNFURNISHED, CARPETING, GARDEN VIEW, ENCLOSED PATIO, 24 HOUR SECURITY $525

tra: Meets every Mon, Nov 3 Mon. Contact GiGi at 689-


rd WINDSOR I FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FIT CTR $475
SUSSEX I VERY NICE UNIT, NEWER APPLIANCES, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, & FIT CTR. $525

1, 2010 to Mar 2011, in CH 6092.


CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR $475
WINDSOR A HARDWOOD FLOORS, OPEN KITCHEN, NEAR WEST GATE, WATERVIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY $525
Room C, 1:15-3:15 pm. We
CAMDEN B
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
CERAMIC TILE, LOVEL, FURNISHED, NEAR WEST GATE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, NEAR POOL $500
would like to add a conductor, Hadassah, Judith Epstein CANTERBURY H
SALISBURY B
FURNISHED, CARPET, SERENE AREA, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE, 24 HOUR SECURITY
24 HOUR SECURITY, CERAMIC TILE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE AND FITNESS CENTER, TRANS AVAIL
$475
$525
more strings (violins, violas, Chapter at CVWPB: Meets KINGSWOOD D FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, DRIVE UP TO UNIT, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANS AVAILABLE $550

cellos and bass), bassoon 3 Wed at 11:45 am for mini-


rd CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, NEW APPLIANCES, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR $550
CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLBHSE & FIT CTR $550

and percussion players. Call lunch, 12:30 meeting at Anshei ANDOVER F


CAMDEN J
FURNISHED, CARPET, NEWER APPLIANCES, NEAR THE WEST GATE, 24 HOUR SECURITY
UNFURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, WALK TO POOL , CARPET/CERAMIC TILE, TRANSP AVAIL.
$550
$550
Rickie at 683-0869 or email Sholom. Rosetta, 689-2459. ANDOVER E
BERKSHIRE G
FURNISHED UNIT, CARPET, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR
$475
$550
cvorchestra@aol.com KENT G FURNISHED, NEW CARPET, NEAR POOL, NICE LOCATION, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION $550

Holocaust Survivors of the SHEFFIELD F FURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, 24 HOUR SECURITY
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
$525

Chit Chat Group: We meet at Palm Beaches: Meet 2 Wed,


nd BEDFORD F FURNISHED, BEAUTIFUL, CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, 24 HOUR SEC $500
SOUTHAMPTON A UNFURNISHED, C/A CARPET/TILE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER $550
2:00 pm, Classroom B of CH, 9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom. KENT N
ANDOVER A
CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTIFULLY REDONE, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR
FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORT
$625
$550
every 1st & 3rd Tue from 2-3. Our first meet will be held Oct CHATHAM O
SOUTHAMPTON A
UNFUR, CARPET, CER TILE, GAR. VIEW,C/A, LOTS OF UPGRADES, RENTABLE, 24 HR SEC
NEW APPLIANCES, PATIO STORAGE, CERAMIC TILE, CEILING FANS, 24 HR SECURITY
$475
$550
Our discussions are friendly, 13, then Nov 10, Dec 8, Jan 12, SUSSEX A UNFURNISHED, REDONE, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL. $500

informative, interesting and Feb 9, Mar 11 and Apr 13, Yom


SOUTHAMPTON B FURNISHED, CARPET, LARGE PATIO, NEAR POOL, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL. $500
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH

free. Our special guest for the Ha’shoa — Remembrance CHATHAM N


CHATHAM R
PET FRIENDLY UNIT, CERAMIC TILE THROUGHOUT, FRESHLY PAINTED, GARDEN VIEW
WATERVIEW, CARPET & CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, GREAT AREA, 24 HOUR SECURITY
$600
$600
21st will be Mr. Shalloway, Day. Kathy, 689-0393. KENT I
WALTHAM H
FURNISHED, NEAR KENT POOL, 24 HOUR SECURITY, CERAMIC TILE & CARPET
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN WITH GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, 24 HOUR SECURITY
$550
$575
who will discuss Medicare, COVENTRY L 2 AC UNITS, SHOWER STALL, NEW COUNTERTOPS IN KITCHEN, 24 HOUR SECURITY $525

Medicaid, VA benefits and Irish-American Cultural


CAMDEN E FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL, 24 HOUR SECURITY $525
CAMDEN E FURNISHED, TILE, WATER VIEW, CLOSE TO WEST GATE, 24 HOUR SECURITY $550

special trusts. FMI, call Rhoda Club of CV: Meets 1 Tue in


st UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
NORWICH M FURNISHED, CARPET & VINYL TILE, 2 A/C’S, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $550
@ 686-0835. CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For NORWICH O FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE $600
WALTHAM I FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR $650
info, call Robert, 917-704- COVENTRY E UNFURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, NEAR EAST GATE & CLUBHOUSE, 24 HR SEC $575
WELLINGTON G UNFURNISHED, CARPETING, WATER VIEW, LOTS OF SPACE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANS $700
Christian Club: We meet 1 0223.
st NORWICH M FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, NEW COUNTERTOPS AND APPLIANCES, ENCLOSED PATIO $550
COVENTRY B UNFURNISHED CENTRAL AIR, CARPET, HARDWOOD FLOOR, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HR SEC $600
Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room COVENTRY A FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $600

of CH. Also on our sked: Oct Italian-American Culture GOLFS EDGE E


CHATHAM K
FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, LINOLEUM, NEAR CLUBHOUSE, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW STOVE AND NEW REFRIGERATOR, 24 HOUR SECURITY
$750
$650
26, casino trip; Nov 3, meet at Club: The situation: Oct 18, NORWICH F
STRATFORD B
FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, WALL UNITS, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANS AVAILABLE
FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR ALL AMENITIES, LOTS OF SPACE
$600
$650
1:00 pm in the Party Room; day trip to Mardi Gras Ca- GROUND FLOOR, 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH

Nov 8, bowling begins at sino (Dolores, 688-0876);


CHATHAM D UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, CENTRAL AIR, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANS AVAIL $600
GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED 1/1.5 BATH

Verdes Tropicana (Grace, 640- Oct 20, 1:00 pm, IACC meets
CAMDEN F FURNISHED, CENTRAL A/C, CARPET & CER. TILE, NEWER BATHS, PARKING AT PATIO DOOR $650
CHATHAM D BEAUTIFUL CONDO, LAKE VIEW, CERAMIC TILE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $650
5279); Nov 16, casino trip. in CH Party Room, guest WINDSOR F FULLY FURNISHED, CENTRAL AIR, CARPET, DISHWASHER, RENTABLE, 24 HOUR SECURITY $595
ANDOVER B FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING, BEAUTIFUL UNIT, 24 HOUR SECURITY $650
from Area Agency on Ag- COVENTRY C CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, CAT FRIENDLY, NEAR EAST GATE, 24 HR SEC $575
WINDSOR M FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER, 24 HOUR SEC $550
Deborah Hospital Founda- ing speaks on identity theft UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH

tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other (Anna, 684-5605); Nov 15,
WINDSOR E UNFURNISHED, BEAUTIFUL LAKE VIEW, PATIO WITH TILE, 24 HOUR SECURITY, FITNESS CTR $600
ANDOVER D FURNISHED, CENTRAL A/C, CARPET & CERAMIC TILE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER $650

mo in CH Party Room, 12:00 card/game party at Bellante’s COVENTRY A


GOLFS EDGE F
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE, OUTSIDE CORNER, 24 HOUR SECURITY
BEAUTIFUL CONDO, LIFT INCLUDED, WASHER/DRYER, TILE, CARPET, FURNISHED, 24 HR SEC
$675
$750
noon. Call Bea 688-9478; Claire ($4 members/$5 guests) from SUSSEX C
CANTERBURY G
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED CONDO WITH A WATER VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE AND LINOLEUM KEEP THE PLACE COOL, 24 HOUR SECURITY
$750
$600
684-5659; Marge 687-3991. 11:00 am-3:00 pm (Anna, DORCHESTER B CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED CORNER UNIT, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR, 24 HR SEC $650

684-5605); Dec 4, trip on the COVENTRY H



NICE FURNISHED UNIT NEAR EAST GATE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER, BEAUTIFUL
GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
$650

Duplicate Bridge at Hast- Jungle Queen, bus leaves Ci-


CHATHAM K FURNISHED, CENTRAL A/C, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY, CERAMIC TILE & CARPET $725
UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
ings Clubhouse: Every Mon tibank lot at 4:00 pm, fee ($58 CANTERBURY C
NORWICH F
BEAUTY, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR AMENITIES, NEW CENTRAL AIR, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANS AVAIL
FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR
$575
$600
at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00 NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER, 24 HR SEC $575
Continued on Page 41 ANDOVER M FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEW AC, CORNER UNIT, 24 HR SEC, TRANSPORTATION $525
pm. If you need a partner, UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED, 1 BATH

Peppino’s Italian Restaurant


NORWICH O FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE $600
WALTHAM I FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR $650
COVENTRY B NEAR FITNESS CENTER, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, UNFURNISHED, 24 HOUR SECURITY $600
SEASONAL RENTALS
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED 1.5 BATH
COVENTRY A CERAMIC TILE, QUEEN SIZED BED, BATHROOMS REDONE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR $1,200
Best Pizza in West Palm Beach COVENTRY A SEASONAL ONLY IF RENTED BEFORE 12/1/2010, THEN ONLY ANNUAL, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,200
DOVER A WATER VIEW, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPO, 24 HOUR SECURITY,FREE LAUNDRY, 24 HR SEC $1,100
1290 N. Military Trail • 681-6575
SHEFFIELD A
UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED 1.5 BATH
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED, TILE WITH A WATER VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR $1,250
Owners Agnes and Danny welcome you to Peppino’s SOUTHAMPTON B
NORWICH C
FURNISHED, CARPET, DEVELOPMENT HAS ITS OWN POOL, CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR
FURNISHED, CARPET, FULL SIZED BED AND SOFA BED, CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CTR, 24 HR SEC
$1,000
$1,000

Early Bird Every Day


SHEFFIELD I FURNISHED, CARPET, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, TRANSPORTATION, CLUBHSE, 24 HR SEC $1,100
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
KENT C CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORT AVAIL., SHOWER STALL, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, WATER VIEW $1,100
UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
KENT F FURN., SEAS AVAIL, CATS ALLOWED, NEAR POOL, CARPET, ON CUL-DE-SAC, 24 HR SECURITY $1,200

including soup and salad, entree, rolls,


SUSSEX C BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED CONDO WITH A WATER VIEW, CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER $1,100
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
CHATHAM R FURNISHED, WATER VIEW, CERAMIC TILE & CARPET, PULL UP TO UNIT, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,100
NORTHAMPTON A FURNISHED, NEWER APPLIANCES, 2 AC UNITS, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,000

beverage and dessert from $9.95


HASTINGS E CARPET, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE $1,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
CHATHAM K FURN, CENTL A/C, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HR SEC, CERAMIC TILE & CARPET, CLUBHSE & FIT CTR $1,250
CHATHAM H LINOL FLOOR AND CARPET, FURNISHED, WATER VIEW C/A, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,200

Lunch special: 10" sandwich with


WALTHAM B CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, EXTRA PATIO, BEAUTIFUL, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE, 24 HR SEC $1,200
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, NEW APPLIANCES, 24 HOUR SECURITY $950
NORTHAMPTON R 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE AND FITNESS CENTER, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,000
SHEFFIELD F NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER, CLEAN AND FRESH, 24 HR SEC, TRANSPORTATION AVAIL $950

free drink and chips — $6.50


CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE, 24 HR SEC $900
SALISBURY G CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE & FIT CTR $1,125
GROUND FLOOR, 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
STRATFORD K BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED CONDO W/ CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR & HEAT, 24 HR SEC $1,250
Free Deliver y • We Cater Par ties UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5 BATH
GOLFS EDGE F 2 FULL BATHS, LIFT, CARPET, WASHER/DRYER, FURNISHED, BEAUTY, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,200

Free Rice Pudding COUPON GOLFS EDGE F CENTRAL AIR, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE, CLUBHOUSE, HAS IT’S OWN POOL $1,200

$3 OFF $25 TOTAL CHECK


SHEFFIELD L CENTRAL A/C, FURNISHED, 24 HOUR SECURITY, TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE $1,100

with Any Takeout


SHEFFIELD J PRISTINE, FURNISHED, CARPET, ONE OF THE PRETTIEST IN CV, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,200
DORCHESTER B CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, CORNER UNIT, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,200
COVENTRY H NICE FURNISHED UNIT NEAR EAST GATE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,150

or Delivered Dinner
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED, 1/1.5 BATH
CASH ONLY CAMDEN H PERGO FLOORING, FURNISHED, NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE, VERY WELL TAKEN CARE OF $1,100
ANDOVER A CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE AND FITNESS CENTER $1,100
October 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 41

Organization News in CH, CR A. All are invited for Fri of ea mo @ 10 am. Troim,
Continued from Page 40 in-depth discussions of signifi- 684-8686.
members/$60 guests) includes cant issues. Allan, 587-3602.
bus/cruise/meal/show/tips Yiddish Vinkl: The Village’s
(Anna, 684-5605); Feb 18- Na’Amat USA (Pioneer unique and much-loved Vinkl
25, Caribbean Cruise on the Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00 will continue during the sum-
Costa Atlantica departs from pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi- mer and all-year-round, on the
Miami to four fab venues, ratetorium for mini-lunch and 1st and 3rd Sun, 1:30-3:00 pm,
includes cruise/bus/insurance/interesting programs, guests Music Room of the CH. All
port/taxes/tips (Michelina, are always welcome (Rhoda are welcome. Knowledge of
914-764-8047). We also re- 478-8559). Coming events: Yiddish is not required, as all
sume Sat bowling at Verdes Oct 5-19, tour Israel past and is translated to English. Edy,
on Oct 30, 9:00 am (Fran, future from Eternal Jerusalem 687-4255. o
616-3314). to Eliat; Dec 5-12, Belize,
Honduras, Costa Maya and
Jewish War Veterans Post Key West on the Norwegian Volunteer
#501: Meets 1 st Sun, Cy- Pearl (Sylvia 686-5350).
press Lakes CH. Breakfast at
9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loy-
for UCO
Got four hours to kill?
from Sep to May with guest al-Seniors): “We’re back!”
speakers. Activities include Come to our meet this Sept
Come down to the UCO
servicing VA patients. Ralph, 13, 3:00 pm in the CH. Our office at 2102 West Drive
689-1271; Howard, 478-2780. trip to Ft. Meyers is sold out. and offer your services.
For more info, call Angelo,
Share your ideas with
Jewish War Veterans Post 687-7575. people. Be first informed
#520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks
Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con- Philadelphia Club: Meets 2nd of what’s happening at
tinental breakfast at 9:00, Tue, 12:30 pm, Aitz Chaim. CV. Act fast, or your
followed by general meeting. All welcome. For more info, name will be stuck on a
Come as our guest and see call Sylvia, 683-5224.
waiting list! Call 683-
what we’re all about! Walt,
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: June 14, 2010


Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Dover 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
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Camden 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 i 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Windsor 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 v 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
UCO Office (When Open) 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 e 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 Except Saturday and Sunday
Wellington L & M 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 r 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
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Kingswood 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 L 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
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Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner 6:45 7:45 8:45
Internal Bus Route #2
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Plymouth 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Sheffield E 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Kent 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 D 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Northampton 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 r 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
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Dorchester 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 s 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Oxford 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 ' 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
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Coventry 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 c 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
Medical Plaza 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 h 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 Drivers' * Only Friday, from 6:00pm on, will stop at Anshei
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 Dinner Sholom; on request
Please Note: On Sundays Only the #2 Bus will do a loop around the perimeter drive after going through Coventry.
Internal Bus Route #3
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Bedford B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
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Bedford C 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 i 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Golf's Edge 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 v 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
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Easthampton 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 L 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
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Please Note: BY REQUEST ONLY - All Buses will go around the perimeter drive at 11:45 am prior to the bus drivers taking their lunch breaks.
Please Note: On Saturdays Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9 AM run.
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