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Top common violations of property inspections

Top common violations of property inspections

CFNA Spring 2019 newsletterHere are the top 10 common violations of CFNA property inspections from last year done by our old management company. Siding needs to be cleaned Trash cans/yard waste visible Damaged basketball hoops Weeds/Landscape lawn damaged Landscaping dead plants in common area Garage doors open and unattended Garbage out late –left outside after garbage day pick-up Garbage out early Window screens damaged Improper storage in driveway AMG Management will be completing the monthly inspections based on CFNA Rules…

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Egg hunt

Egg hunt

Thanks to everyone for coming out this morning. We know the snow created some challenges but we made the best of it. Thanks for joining the neighborhood get together. From Dan Bonert’s Nextdoor posting

Re: Awesome Neighbors

Re: Awesome Neighbors

Nothing could stop our wonderful neighbors from participating at the Annual Community clean-up even though it was cold, wet and muddy. Thank you to Jennifer and Jeanette Ray, Kyle, Sabrina and Mitch Friedman, Corey Huang, Rohan Yelemanchili and Board member Ghanshyam Agarwal– We appreciate your hard work in keeping Century Farms clean and beautiful. Our sincere thanks also goes out to those who regularly clean the common areas and keep our subdivision top-notch specially to Chief Sean Flaherty who volunteers…

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Three Cheers for Patty Gustin, Hip, hip, hooray!

Three Cheers for Patty Gustin, Hip, hip, hooray!

 Congratulations to Patty Gustin, a resident of Century Farms who will be serving a 4 year term seat as Naperville City Council. Thank you for the generous support of our Century Farms’ homeowners who responded to our CFNA President Fran Bixler’s call to action. Each of your votes impacted this historical election. We are truly blessed to have Patty Gustin in Office who will pour her heart out to work for the City of Naperville we all love to call…

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