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Unfortunately the HOA does not have the funds to spread these payments over 24 months. We are not a financing institute with access to unlimited funds and so to do so would result in a reduction in staff and services to our homeowners. As it is our 6 mont
It is really impossible for this to be done on a one by one condo basis because that might involve 9 different installers digging up things 9 times, making 9 different installations. This was a committee decision and upon advice of the attorneys that this
The outside work is done first, the trenching etc. Then when it comes tiome to install the wires to your fuse box the installer asks for dates from you for this install. Some units are easier and faster than others because of the location of the unit (ups
On a personal response, when my unit was done and I was not in a position really to pay the $1400, but had to scrape up the money, my wife and I decided to bite the bullet and fund the entire replacement of our internal condo wiring and plugs and fuse box
The issue of homeowners in arrears and the electrical panels has not come up yet and is something we have to deal with when it comes along. There are a variety of possibilities for this including not connecting them up to the mains until they pay for the
This was initially put out to bid and was bid on by Luis Campos, Isidro and an external provider using the exact same materials to allow us to compare apples to apples. Campos was the most complete bid and the best value however we have now explained to h
We have 45 workers in La Paloma responsible for a variety of maintenance tasks and if we were to require them to complete this task we would be doing the work for individual homeowners as determined by condominium law of Baja. We also would then have to i
By my calculation, building new structures to house new electrical equipment constitutes 62% of the total cost, or $8,645.00US. I see no logical or legal reason for demanding this be paid by homeowners.
The attorneys investigated this and the determination within the Condominium Law of Baja California was that since we have individual meters the lines be they gas, water or electricity from the condo side of the meter to the condo are the responsibility o
We have one enclosure that has to be completely torn down and replaced as a result of faulty construction. However the decision was hotly debated in many committee meetings as to what to do with the enclosures. This resulted in the attorneys getting invol
CFE has nothing to do with this as they do not control the wiring from the meters to the individual condos. They however are required to inspect and certify each new installation and give a certificate that it is to code.
The cause of this issue is simply aging like our bodies. We live in a ocean climate that fosters corrosion of everything from aluminum to iron work and any sort of metal in between. Wiring over the years deteriorated and the original installation held up
This issue has been the topic of numerous emails sent over a period of three years, individual communications, administrator letters etc.
The issue with the electrical panels and wiring from the panels to the individual fuse boxes in each condo is a long standing issue and became an urgent issue midway through Ruth’s term as Administrator. We started to see an increase in electrical failure
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