Did this amendment in our Declaration of Condominium
change your answer;Section 2. Common elements and limited common elements.
(a) By Association: The maintenance
and operation of the common
elements and listed common elements shall be the responsibility and
the expense of the Association.
(b) By the Unit Owner: Notwithstanding the prior paragraph each unit
owner shall be responsible for the day to day maintenance of his
balcony and entrance alcove, such as sweeping. (c) Alteration and Improvement:
After the completion of the initial improvements included in the common and limited common elements which are contemplated by this Declaration, there shall be no alteration or further improvement of common or limited common elements without prior approval. The Board of Directors may approve of certain standard alterations to the common elements, including screen doors, patio doors, patio enclosures and window installations, in accordance with criteria and specifications to be adopted from time to time. Any non-conforming improvements or alterations which currently exist may be repaired, but may not be replaced without being approved by the Board and/or the membership in accordance with the standards which exist at the time of replacement. Alterations to the common elements will require approval of seventy-five percent (75%) of those members voting in person or by proxy at a membership meeting, provided that a majority of the membership must participate in the voting in order for a valid meeting to be held.