Section 2 management and common expenses the council

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any municipal or other govenunental authority. Section 2. Management and Common Expenses. The Council, acting by and tlll'ough its Board of Directors, shall manage, operate and maintain the Condominium project and, for the benefit of the Condominium units and the Unit Owners thereof, shall enforce the provisions hereof and may payout ofthe common expense fund the following items, tins list not being exhaustive but illustrative: (a) The cost of providing water, sewer, garbage and trash collection, electrical, gas and other necessary utility services for the common elements, including any swimming pool or other recreational facilities used by the Condominium project and for the Condominium units. (b) The cost of providing gas, electricity, water and sewerlselvices to each unit, except to the extent gas, electricity, water, or sewer services shall be supplied to each unit through individual meters. (c) The cost of fire and extended liability insurance on the project, the cost of such other insurance as the Council may effect and the cost of the officer's fidelity bond. (d) The cost ofthe services ofa person or firm to manage the project to the extent deemed advisable by the Council together with the services of such other personnel as the Board of Directors of the Council shall consider necessary for the operation ofthe project. ( e) The cost of providing such legal and accounting selvices as may be considered necessary to the operation of the proj ect. (f) The cost of painting, maintaining, repairing and snow removal from the common elements and the cost of such furnishings and equipment for the common elements as the Board of Directors shall detennine are necessary and proper, and the Board of Directors shall have the exclusive right and duty to acquire the same; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall require the Council to paint, repair or otherwise maintain any Condominium unit or any fixtures or equipment located therein unless owned by the Council. (g) The cost of repairing and maintaining pathways, walkways, and roadways and other costs as required under certain covenants and declarations of easements binding upon the Council and/or Unit Owners. 17
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lIU[R 4 8 6 4 FUL!O 0 5 (Hl (h) The cost of any and all other materials, supplies, labor, selvices, maintenance, repairs, taxes, assessments or the like which the Council is required to secure or pay for by law, or otherwise, or which in the discretion of the Board of Directors shall be necessmy or proper for the operation of the common elements; provided, however, that if any of the aforementioned are provided or paid for the benefit of a particular Condominium unit or units, the cost thereof may be specially assessed to the Unit Owner or Unit Owners thereof. (i) The cost of the maintenance or repair of any Condominium unit in the event such maintenance or repair is reasonably necessmy in the discretion of the Board of Directors to protect the common elements or to preserve the appearance or value ofthe project or is otherwise in the interest ofthe general welfare of all Unit Owners ofthe
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